Spring Breakers Love Farm Visits

Reprinted from FarmWorldOnline.com by Deborah Behrends Billboards along Interstate 65 in southern Indiana beckon travelers to visit Goat Milk Stuff in Scottsburg.  Just a mile from the highway, visitors will find a bright retail store containing soap, lotion, balm and all sorts of skin-care products, along with tasty treats like cheese, caramels and fudge – […]

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Broad Ripple Art Fair – here I come!

I’m happy to report that I’ll be heading down to Indianapolis for the upcoming 2017 Broad Ripple Art Fair on May 20-21! This is my second year participating in the event and after a wonderful experience last year, I’m really looking forward to returning to this funky, cool corner of the state’s capital. If you […]

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Celebrate National Beer Day with Indiana Brews

Friday, April 7 is National Beer Day and there’s plenty of great local brews you can enjoy responsibly from Indiana Grown members. The Brewers of Indiana Guild is an Indiana Grown member and represents Indiana’s more than 130 breweries. According to the guild, the brewery industry provides 8,000 full-time jobs and contributes a billion dollars […]

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Support for farmers who have served us all

  The Homegrown by Heroes label helps veterans and active-duty service members set their farm products apart.   https://e-farmcredit.com/community/stories/support-farmers-who-have-served-us-all Becca and Cadel Crowl met at Purdue University. They both knew right away they shared a particular dream: a farm where they could raise a herd of cows. So they started while they were still college […]

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Locally sourced smoothies now available at Strack & Van Til stores

Northwest Indiana moms and Frozen Garden co-founders know convenience is prime ingredient for healthy eating. VALPARAISO, IN – As a holistic health educator, Chesterton, Indiana resident Allyson Straka was successful at helping her clients understand the importance of eating nutrient-dense meals made from scratch. The problem was helping them find the time. The solution: ready-to-blend […]

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Save Time and Keep Water Clean.

Many backyard chicken enthusiasts have other tasks to keep them busy. Why should one have to spend so much time replacing and cleaning out a chicken waterer every day or every few days. Farmer Brad LLC has developed a few options to help reduce the amount of work to keep your poultry watered with fresh […]

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Kidding Season

Yes – April 1st will be here before you know it, but that isn’t the kind of “kidding” I’m referring to!  We raise ADGA-registered Alpine Dairy Goats on our little farm. Being a European breed, they have their kids in the spring.  We had our first kid of the season born at 3 a.m. on […]

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