Miles and Lillian Cahn brought French Alpine-style farmstead cheese to Pine Plains, NY.
AgriCulture bloggers Peter Davies and Mark Scherzer of Turkana Farms in Germantown, NY continue on last week's quandary about animal DNA and inexplicable behaviors. From rats in leather jackets to mother ewes who abandon their lambs at birth, Nature, remains a mystery.
Our AgriCulture bloggers Mark Scherzer and Peter Davis of Turkana Farms in Germantown, NY talk about the birds and the bees, or rather the lambs and the rams, after finishing "The Chemistry Between Us", a book about sexual attraction.
Climate change, with rising temperatures, does all sort of strange things to the animals down on the farm.
AgriCulture bloggers Peter Davies and Mark Scherzer of Turkana Farms in Germantown ask what brings out the best in all of us (mammal and human) when it comes to making new years resolutions.
Farmer nuns perform ancient Druid winter solstice ceremony. Nationally celebrated cheeses, as well as educational farming programs, are produced and presented by a bevy of socially conscious nuns at Sprout Creek Farm in Poughkeepsie, NY.
On the farm, an obsession for saving and recycling everything from farm machinery to packing materials for reuse
AgriCulture bloggers Peter Davies and Mark Scherzer offer an ode to the transformation of the plucky poultry Turkey, from farm yard to feast.
AgriCulture bloggers Peter Davis and Mark Scherzer talk turkey and muse about what you’ll be sitting down to eat (no doubt in its whole form) this holiday.
Our farmer bloggers deal with the havoc wrought by recent weather.