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OUR Future FARM PRODUCTS
We’re creating a small diversified family-owned farm in Prince George’s County, MD. Some of our offerings include organically grown flowers, vegetables, herbs, and pastured poultry. In an effort to provide a unique educational experience for our visitors, we feature African-American contributions to agriculture in an all welcoming, engaging, and family-friendly. environment. We’re committed to providing quality products and creating fun experiences that will bring communities together for years to come.
My Evolving Farm Story
I’m a wife and mother who isn’t exactly a spring chicken but likens myself to more of a semi middle-aged hen. Professionally, I have worked in the Cyber Security field for several years, and many consider me to be fortunate and settled in my career. You can probably imagine the reactions that I get when I tell folks that at […]
Hi, this is Janice again. If you have ever spent any time observing the behavior of chickens, you’ve probably noticed that they tend to scratch the ground alot. One of the main reasons is because chickens have the natural instinct to forage for their food. This pecking and scratching is done in an attempt to […]
Hi this is Janice. Remember in the last episode when I mentioned new discoveries during my journey to obtain our family farm? Well, I have been volunteering on a local farm for a couple of months now. One of my chores involves caring for a flock of egg laying hens. During my first day there […]
Choosing Pasture Raised Eggs for your household might be the best decision you have made in a long time. Hi this is Janice again. Do you sometimes feel that shopping for healthy eggs can be confusing? If you are anything like me, you have probably had the following scenario happen to you in the […]
Chicken….it’s not just what’s for dinner. For many aspiring farmers, it’s also their ticket into the Agricultural pearly gates. Some call chicken the gateway animal, because acquiring that first flock is considered an initiation to keeping livestock. Owning chickens doesn’t require as much startup capital as other animals, and several experienced farmers have told me […]