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Yep, she got my goat!

I have been told that the true test of someone’s character is how they behave when no one is looking… We’re milking goats now.  Every day. I have two old goats – they know the routine.  They jump on the … Continue reading

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Heading to Alaska… again!

Twenty-one years ago, the summer between my Junior and Senior year of college, I traveled to Alaska by myself.  There was a college student from my church in NH who was a bush pilot in AK during the summer and … Continue reading

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Winter Ice Storm – Feb 12, 2014

No matter the weather, the critters still need to eat!  So out into the ice and snow we go… Everything was covered in ice – even the gates, which made it a little difficult getting through the pastures and stalls. … Continue reading

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Meet Jack Frost…

  He’s the first calf to be born in our new cow herd.  It’s a pretty big deal for me…   Lazy B Farm started selling beef wholesale to the public many years ago.  Two years ago, we started selling … Continue reading

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Welcome 2014!

2014…..   It’s December 29, 2013 and I’m sitting at my desk thinking.  It’s quiet because all the kids are still asleep and the dogs and the cats have already been through their morning routine- you know, “let me out!”  … Continue reading

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Beekeeping Series 2016

Lazy B Farm Beekeeping Workshop Series The motivation for this series is to equip those who are serious about beekeeping as a hobby and want to acquire their own bees. Currently, there are only 1/2 of the beekeepers that there … Continue reading

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Why “Cows in the Cafeteria”??

Each day tens of thousands of children in Georgia’s public schools are fed what former USDA scientist, Gerald Zirnstein dubbed, “pink slime.”  This beef “additive” is found in at least 70% of all ground beef used in fast food and … Continue reading

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Cows in the Cafeteria Farm to Table Fundraiser!

Lazy B Farm would like to donate 1800 all natural beef hamburgers to the local school cafeteria but we need your help!  We’d love to have you attend our Farm to Table event and spend the evening with us. Can’t … Continue reading

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Mystery Bug

Several days ago, I posted a picture of a bug, a really tiny bug, but the picture off my iphone was fuzzy.  These aren’t I’ve searched to identify it but can’t find anything so I’ll put it out here again … Continue reading

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April 27, 2013 Sheep to Shawl!!

The Lazy B Farm invites you to our Sheep to Shawl on April 27, 2013! Come and join the fun!! Details: April 27, 2013 Furr Lane Community Center – Statham (1357 Furr Lane    Statham 30666) 10 am – 3 pm … Continue reading

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