About

Hi there! My name is Daniell (don’t worry it’s spelled correctly). Farm life isn’t the most glamorous life, but its always entertaining and fun.My husband and I have 3 rambunctious kids that are definitely our greatest accomplishment.

I want my children to learn the value of living off the land, helping neighbors and friends in need, taking care of the animals God has entrusted us with and being responsible for our actions not just as a farmer but as a person.

I want to spread the word about farming and how it is such a big part of our world, and quite honestly I don’t believe any American’s could live their normal daily life without the products and by-products we get from farmers. In so many eyes this way of life is harsh and cold, and I want to help change that outlook. Sometimes when we don’t understand something we immediately pass judgment over it negatively. I just want to help people understand the life of farming.

I was raised on a farm where my family usually had around 80-100 head of cattle. We also raised meat chickens, and pigs. It’s not the biggest farm out there for sure, but it was a way of life and after getting married my husband and I wanted the same for our family. We currently raise cattle, show pigs and chickens (meat birds and laying hens), and I want everyone to be able to have the same great produce and fresh meat that we are able to enjoy!

Here you’ll find some funny farm stories, recipes of my own and some handed down from many generations. There will also be a lot of great tutorials of how to live off the land, raising and butchering livestock, gardening, and much more. I’m not here to say we don’t eat out from time to time, or that everything in my kitchen is organic. However, I do try to provide my family with as much wholesome goodness as possible, which includes home grown meat, lots of fresh veggies and fruits in the summer time and as many home cooked meals as possible! If you think this is something you’d like to be a part of follow my blog and you too can change your house around to eating fresh everyday! Or if your tired of buying sub-par food at the grocery store, and instead would like to pick your own or grab your own meat from the freezer look no further!

If you like what you see don’t hesitate to pin it, post it, share it, and tell your friends about us!

Below is a picture of me and my hunk! This was taken in the midst of getting ready for a wedding, and unless it’s freezing cold you’ll usually find me barefoot. Don’t worry my honey wasn’t dressed for the wedding!

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