Shelle Lenssen from the on-line magazine, goidaho.com, visited our farm a few weeks ago. Read the article about Meadowlark Heritage Farm here: https://goidahgoidaho.com/meadowlark-heritage-farm/
Our cows and goats are giving us bountiful amounts of milk this spring. In fact, we have room for more milk customers. Both our cow and goat herds are registered with the state of Idaho and the milk is tested each month. We welcome one time purchases or on-going weekly purchases here at our farm. Please send us a message for more information!
Think delicious homemade yogurt, cheeses, ice cream, butter, cream or just a fresh glass of cool milk!
We have two beautiful barn kitties who are our first-line of defense against any mice who try to take up residence in our barn … Mickey and Minnie. Minnie is a bit shy and slow to warm to you; not Mickey. He greets you with loud purrs as soon as you step inside the barn door. He usually follows me as I finish my chores each afternoon. He kisses the goats while they try to push him off from the top of the fence. He lets our Jersey, Clover, bathe him with her tongue. He stares at the ducks as they quack furiously at him. Today he followed me right into the chicken pen … no fear of the chickens and the hens did not appear to mind him either! Mickey has turned out to be quite the character!
Spring is coming, spring is coming, spring is coming … or at least we keep telling ourselves it is and our drying rack smells like it is already here! We have begun creating our Lilac Bloom soap that was so incredibly popular last spring. Well, it is back! And production is going full speed ahead so spring must be on its way.
Our sweet “Clover”
Clover’s calf, Humble, is weaned and Clover is giving us an abundance of fresh Jersey milk. The cream has been amazingly thick and delicious … made fresh butter for our Christmas rolls and some yummy Honey Vanilla Greek yogurt this week! So … we have a few openings for additional milk customers. Send us a message if you’d like more details. You can have a weekly supply or just a one time purchase. We sell our milk in half gallon increments.