Elderslie Farm Blog

Cheese

Creating Local

Some days I wonder if creativity is worth the bother. The creation of a thing unique and planned from idea and brought out of the

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Blackberries

A Place Worth Staying

I have seen these bushes in searing heat, in driving rain, and a thousand times as I drive past and walk to and fro. This

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Blackberries

All Things New

In June when I walked the brambles, I measured and I counted and I weighed. I estimated that we would harvest about 30% of what

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Blackberries

On the Edge

Last weekend I was trying to get work done in my office. With the blackberry season about to start, creamery construction at full pace, and

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Cheese

Creamery Dreams

About ten years ago I was sitting at the table with my father and brother discussing goats. How much milk does a goat produce? How

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Elderslie Farm Blog

A House in the Country

So much is coming down. Gentle leaves drop one by one. Pecans down in the southeast corner of our state are making gentle “plunk, plunk

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