Homesteading, Organic Gardening, How to Farm, Preparedness, Self-Reliance
Dear Tim and Liz,
I really hope y'all are still doing the podcast... I noticed the last iTunes cast was in October and now I can't access any farm-dreams podcast in iTunes... I'm guessing it's no more? I hope it's just an error I made trying to find your recordings...
We looooove all your thoughts, podcasts and facebook posts. Please don't go away.
I have a podcast suggesting... would you talk about raising Geese? Do you have to have access to a pond/lake... or could you use a kiddy pool? Also, do you have a favorite breed. I heard that the african breed can be aggressive... we have a toddler on the farm... and can't tolerate any aggressive males :) I heard the Pilgrim breed was more docile?
Thanks for all you do! We love listening...
Yeah, I'd love to but with our busy farm life and kids and everything else, we don't have time.
Understood...farm life is challenging enough!
Yes Rashel I miss them also. I have found that Chicken Thistle Farm does a podcast on Itunes called Coop Cast and it is Very Good. They are very quick to answer questions and they do have a Very entertaining podcast.
I miss Liz and Tim also, but congratulations on the new daughter, I know you are busy. The blue cheese on face book looks delicious!
Thanks for the pod casting you did, after I read Accidental Farmers it became more interesting and made more sense.
We missed Tim and Liz too, and starting this month, we took up the call and released a new podcast into the void! You can find our first episode on iTunes at "Renaissance Farmcast" or on our website www.renaissancefarmsoregon.com. Just click on The Farmcast section, and it will pop up. Download/subscribe and then let us know what you think. I think we all agree, no one can replace Tim and Liz, but now at least there's one more voice for your earbuds while you're doing your spring planting. We're relatively new farmers and our first episode outlines our farming philosophy, gives on-farm updates, tips for new/aspiring farmers, pros/cons of raising sheep, and two web resource reviews. Hoping to incorporate listener questions/comments in future episodes. Since we're fresh out of the gate, we're also very open to feedback to steer this thing in the right direction. Got some great notes from Brian of Bubbatanicals (Thanks Brian!) that we'll be incorporating in our next episode. Give us a listen!