Author Archives: Maagic Mountain Farm
Sunrise Swarm Success
As the sun rose up this morning over Mount Shasta, we recovered a bee swarm discovered by Amelia Barr in Grenada. Eleanor and Izzy assisted this most simple swarm catch. Watch it below: The bees are now back at Maagic Mountain farm with frames of honey and pollen. May they enjoy their new home. SponsorContinue reading “Sunrise Swarm Success”
A Goat is Born
LOOK WHAT JUST HAPPENED! I went to go check on Shahar, who just birthed a huge boy far out in the pasture. I heard a grunt and looked to my left and this is what I saw… Thanks Violet for showing us all how it is done; a goat demonstration of natural kid-birth. In theContinue reading “A Goat is Born”
Farm Family Maagic
The homestead would not be the same without all our farm family! Do you have a good photo of the farm to share? Please send me your good photos to email@example.com
2020 Garden Group
Growing Together Giving thanks for our 3rd year of committed gardeners working together to vision and create our Maagic garden. After working throughout the winter, our 2020 Spring garden is already started and growing. We encourage everyone to plant at home and share work and harvest with their neighbors. A farm grows more than plantsContinue reading “2020 Garden Group”
Duck Eggs are Back
The Spring starts out again with new batch of black and white duck eggs. These are not as boldly black as the years before but a welcomed signal of abundance to come this farm season. Duck eggs are back!
Look at them now…
Less than 2 weeks and they are hopping about and copying mom.
First Kids of 2020
Here they come 2020 kids. These two born in the sun, Roadie gave birth to 3 new lives today, 2 boys and a girl. These kids were born about 11am, February 11. This is filmed at 12:23, they are about an hour old.
Honoring the Dying Time
Life and death are intertwined on the farm. Regularly I witness the natural miracle of birth and death over and over again. A duckling emerges from its shell and is killed in 2 days. The garden grows and is killed by frost in a night and seasonally the entire landscape appears to die in theContinue reading “Honoring the Dying Time”