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FarmerKhaiti
FarmerKhaiti

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So excited to report I have found the new home of LTD Farm, in Clayton, WI. If it all goes through ok, my tiny farm will be moving this fall, to 39 acres of gorgeous rural land, rolling hills, woodland and an established meadow of native plants. I am becoming we, as my boyfriend and I join forces to farm for you. We’re extremely excited to increase the types of workshop offerings, raise more “compassionate carnivore” animals for meat, connect people with their food, and continue blazing the trail into duck egg wonderland. Fueled by Duck Eggs of course!

duck eggs with wild ramp bulb slices

duck eggs with wild ramp bulb slices- a hot, oiled cast iron pan is the ultimate cooking surface

crispy pink potato hash with slices of sweet red pepper, and a duck egg cracked on top at the last minute

crispy pink potato hash with slices of sweet red pepper, and a duck egg cracked on top at the last minute

Andrew specializes in Permaculture, which is a beautiful system of thought for farming, planting and planning lanscapes around natural concepts. Following nature’s methods, habits and ways.

That doesn’t mean I am not sad to leave the birthplace of LTD Farm, my cozy home and the wonderful area of the St.Croix River Valley. But it isn’t that far away where we’re moving…I’ll still be delivering to town once a week. The concept of being able to rotate my animals through paddocks more frequently and grow more of the feed for them is so exciting to me! This means my little farm in Osceola will be for sale in a couple months. It is ideally set up for someone looking to homestead to the max, grow alot of the food they eat, without being too far away from the Twin Cities.

baby Roxy

baby Roxy

the current mass of the pigness!

the current mass of the pigness!

monsters! lovely monsters, who love their tummies rubbed....still!

monsters! lovely monsters, who love their tummies rubbed....still!

2 comments

  • Congratulations on finding a more permanent home, Khaiti!!! Katie and I look forward to your wonderful eggs, ducks, turkeys, goats, …. for years to come.

    Peter

  • Thank you Peter, I am so happy to be your farmer, so glad!!!! I’m posting some pics of the new land tonight….it is magnificent! See you the 27th with fresh duckling(s)???

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