Not going to lie, I am horribly miserable at following through with things lately. especially this blog thing. Thanks 2020, everything has sort of has been side tracked. Most of the local craft sales have been canceled and that has slowed things down a bit. With the lack of places to sell at though I came home to a little treat one afternoon. I had asked a few times about having somewhere to have my products out so people could buy without having to dig everything out of my totes. So, my husband built me a cute, little farm store.
Recently, I added a freezer to store some of my retail meat products in for customers. Also, have the little fridge that holds fresh eggs. It is nice to have a little place for everything. Eventually I will be having regular open hours a few days a week through the holiday season. I will be attending a couple craft events in the area that have popped up lately. As well as products available in Luxemberg, WI. I know I'm still slacking on adding the items to the shop page here but I will get there eventually. If you are interested in purchasing something reach out to me, I ship products all over.
In addition to the new farm store, there has been a few new animal faces added too. The lambs and pigs went on to the processor but two new goats have arrived, a collection of chickens and some quail. These will be added to the Livestock page. Quail will be available for live sale and I will list what animals will be for sale there too, once spring kidding season arrives. Feel free to subscribe to my newsletter and email list below.
Hi, I am Mandy Onesti originally the author/blogger of Ponytails and Cow Trails. Which I had started to bring people closer to the life on the homestead. Running two websites, a house full of kids and a small farm, made me decide to conjoin my websites. I have a lifelong background in Agriculture and have worked on everything from rotational grazing organic farms to large scale dairy farms. I now run a small herd of beef cattle and strive for a sustainable lifestyle. Thank you for joining me.