Are you looking for real food?
Are you looking for a farm that respects the animals, land, water, and air?
Then you have come to the right place. Learn more about who helps keep the farm running so that you can keep your fridge and freezer full!
Mr. Funny Duck, a.k.a Farmer Aaron, has a true love of the land and can do almost anything he sets his mind to. In days long past, 100 men would build a barn in a day. This man took 100 days to single-handedly build a barn!
It was Farmer Aaron who provided the majority of horsepower needed on our farm for a decade before our first tractor was purchased. When it needed to be done, Mr. Funny Duck moved walls, round bales, stalled vehicles, and more. Building and maintaining our coops, barns, fences, and gardens is all his domain, and he has the calluses on his hands to show for it!
Mr. Funny Duck holds the weasel that killed about half a dozen young hens a day until it was finally cornered by our old farm dog who stands at the bottom right of the photo.
Mrs. Funny Duck, a.k.a Farmer Sam, is responsible for milking the cows twice a day and taking care of all the farm's paperwork. If you can’t find her in the barn, you can usually find her harvesting herbs, tending the gardens, or consulting with other farmers to help them get their farm started up.
Mrs. Funny Duck is pictured with one of her sweet Jersey cows, Yanna.
Aunt Funny Duck, a.k.a Farmer Jen, has been instrumental to the farm’s daily goings on since she flew from England in the spring of 2013. She manages the second farm location, helping to raise cattle, sheep, turkeys, ducks, and chickens.
Aunt Funny Duck is gazing upon the newly harvested hay fields behind her home, happy that haying is done for another year.
The Funny Ducklings, the creators of havoc, and our junior learners, a.k.a, our three children, all born and raised on the farm. Our eldest is almost always willing to help with the cooking, cleaning, and babysitting. Our middle child is the peacemaker, making sure there is always a balance between work and play. And our youngest is a true farmer, as he’s been helping with the farm chores since the day he began walking.
Our little ducklings are rolling down a hill in barrels that we store feed in. When there wasn’t enough snow for a toboggan, they discovered the empty barrels do the trick nicely. This picture was taken quite a while back and they are all bigger now, but they still love to roll down that hill in barrels.