Can't believe how fast this year has gone! We are finally nearing the end of the construction of our house. We are hoping to get back in full swing here at the farm. I've been chopping at the bit to clean out the garden and get it ready for spring. The unusual high temperatures this summer really did a number on the garden. We did end up growing luffa sponges and will have them available in the next week or so.
We have downsized our numbers (of goats) a little in preparation for colder temperatures. Last year with the blizzard it was a little crazy with all the goats wanting to stay inside and having babies in freezing temperatures. This year, I did postpone breedings so that we won't have any babies during January and February.
We are still taking soaps, lotions and lip balms to the Downtown Farmer's Market. The Downtown Market is open now year round! We are there on Tuesdays from 10am to 2pm. However, for the months of January and February, our attendance will be dependent on the weather. We will post on the Honey Milk Farms Facebook whether we will be there or not.