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Part 2 of levelling the paddock for ALL plates to fit comfortably: finding a suitable sales system for farmers who are unable to sell their produce in-person. Big Picture: In late 2015 I put my hand up for election to the National Committee of the Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance [AFSA] with my agenda to be in the […]

Sales Outlets: Part 2 of levelling the paddock



Part 1 of levelling the paddock for ALL plates to fit comfortably: Abattoirs. Big Picture: In late 2015 I put my hand up for election to the National Committee of the Australian Food Sovereignty Alliance ]AFSA} with my agenda to be in the know about what was happening within the food sovereignty movement in Victoria [Australia] […]

Abattoirs: Part 1 of levelling the paddock


Muscovy free range and in-training for caravan life Two weeks ago I brought home two wives for Drake. Their names are now Mus and Covy. The chap I got them from mentioned they may already be laying fertile eggs as they had been in with drakes. mmm… so how can they lay fertile eggs after […]

I Love Muscovy


Been picking nettle for tea making earlier – It’s practically all I drink in winter. Missy the dog gets cooked nettle in her food. Beau the bottle baby goat and Chi and Chai the chooks enjoy a nibble. My cows like nettle as well and actually eat it fresh in the paddock when it’s low. A […]

Nettle – here they are stinging or not!