Winter Wanderings, Part 2

Since purchasing the property last year, I have longed for raised garden beds in front of our barn bursting with fresh vegetables, organically grown on our little piece of land. In order for us to have a prosperous garden this Spring, work on the farm starts early, as early as January.

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New Year, New Horse.

No, we didn’t get another horse. We rang in the New Year with important equine procedures for our newest rescue, Freedom. He came to us as a stud and since we are not interested in breeding horses, we decided to move forward with gelding him. In other words, removing his testicles. I know, it made […]

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Christmas at the Farm 2016.

It’s been a little quiet here on the blog but that doesn’t mean gypsy life isn’t crazy hectic as usual. I’m in the midst of one of my busiest seasons– the holidays. Me and my cowboy had been so busy with farm projects and juggling work life with our new found farm life that the […]

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Phase 1 DONE!

Between dirt deliveries, hauling drainage rock, digging trenches and installing the main sump pump, my cowboy has worked himself to death over the past few weeks. Thanks to him and his wonderful childhood friend, Phase 1 of the farm’s drainage plan is DONE. All we are waiting on is the gutter installation. After digging the hole for […]

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Farm After the Flood.

The aftermath of the Great Flood of 2016 has been minimal for us at Cypress Bayou Farm compared to the devastation of so many in our state. On our road alone, people sustained 4-5 feet of water in their homes and the piles of debris at the end of each driveway grow each day. As […]

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