Category Archives: Farmer Success Stories

Growing a Business while Growing Up

Originally published in UVM New Farmer Blog With her prize-winning registered Border Leicester sheep flock, Lydia Smith is a beginning farmer to watch. Lydia’s business, Echo Ridge Flock, sells breeding stock, feeder lambs, raw fleeces, wool blankets, pelts and meat, and … Continue reading

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The growing season if finally starting to take hold. I have seen corn plants poking through the ground, vegetable crops starting to look like something edible, and first cut hay is on the ground in some places with hopes of … Continue reading

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Lambsicles? Or Lambing in Arctic Conditions

Lambsicles? Or Lambing in Artic Conditions Kimberly Hagen – Grazing Specialist, UVM Extension Center for Sustainable Agricultlure Tomorrow is the last day of March. I like the sound of the word April and saying it feels so inviting, but it … Continue reading

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