Someday Farms

Someday Farms We always said we'd have a farm... someday. We sell pork raised on our farm. Sustainable farming with happy animals are our priorities.

Operating as usual

12/29/2020

We've moved! Most of you follow my personal page and know this already, but it occurred to me that I never made the announcement official.

We moved to Weathertop in Lansing shortly after Paul retired, in early 2019, and we're busy building our house and farm. We still have fresh eggs, but our meat sales have paused until we can get our freezers sorted into commercial and personal products.

We have great plans to add dairy products, additional meats like lamb and chicken, seasonal vegetable starts, produce, herbs, and some canned goods like jelly and salsa. And classes! Everyone has asked about how we do what we do here, and I can't wait to teach those interested.

But first the construction. Thanks for your patience while we make this transition. We are very excited to be finally living our dream, on our mountain, and we look forward to sharing it with you soon.

Timeline Photos
05/24/2015

Timeline Photos

Long time no updates, but here is the newest member of Someday Farm.  She's about 5 hours old:
02/09/2015

Long time no updates, but here is the newest member of Someday Farm. She's about 5 hours old:

Someday Farms's cover photo
10/30/2014

Someday Farms's cover photo

Lots of folks say they'd love to do what we do, but lack the space to be homesteaders.  This is one of the best blog pos...
10/30/2014

Lots of folks say they'd love to do what we do, but lack the space to be homesteaders. This is one of the best blog posts I've seen to sum up the principles which guide our lives here at Someday Farms. And most importantly, those principles do not require farmland. Or as that guy kept saying in WaterBoy: Yew kin dew eeeet.

"When I hear the following comment: “I really want to homestead, but we’re waiting until we can afford to buy an acreage.” I usually respond with this: “If you have a home, you have a homestead.” Today I will share ways you can create a homestead, regardless of where you live or the resources you have (or don’t have)."

How to Homestead Without 100 Acres and A Cow by Jenny -- > http://buff.ly/1nKg4F2

Pin it -- > http://buff.ly/1nKg4F3

I canned 8 pints of rabbit meat and four quarts of broth today.   Here's pics!  http://wp.me/pVF1J-h
07/28/2014
Long time no post

I canned 8 pints of rabbit meat and four quarts of broth today. Here's pics!

http://wp.me/pVF1J-h

Hello everyone. I've been remiss about posting here because there's not much happening on the pig front, but I have been up to my eyeballs in garden work. Tomatoes are in and going strong, so I've...

04/24/2014

This evening we put in a corner for the next bit of fencing. Only mumblemumble more to go!

We're still taking names for the new piggies.  The Houdinis won't work now that we've introduced them to the concept of ...
04/15/2014
Fresh Ham

We're still taking names for the new piggies. The Houdinis won't work now that we've introduced them to the concept of an electric fence. We'll make a decision by week's end.

Meanwhile I blogged today about an NYT article about fresh ham, which I've gotten a number of questions about:

http://somedayfarms.wordpress.com/2014/04/15/fresh-ham/

A lot of our customers are asking about fresh ham. Most of us think of hams as salted and cured, but fresh ham is the same cut only it's not cured. It's a very versatile piece of meat, and can be...

Name the Piggie Game.  The only rule of naming the swine is that you don't talk about naming the swine.  No, that's not ...
04/12/2014

Name the Piggie Game. The only rule of naming the swine is that you don't talk about naming the swine. No, that's not quite right. The only rule is they must be barbecue restaurant names. The larger black one is the only male, and we've named him for the BBQ place in Denton where we went to get them. The two brown ones and the other smaller black one are female. We await your suggestions!

http://somedayfarms.wordpress.com/2014/04/12/name-the-new-piggies/

04/09/2014

Hello Everyone. Thanks for the click. Please find a link to the wordpress site in the About tab. There's a list of available cuts and prices there.

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268 Weathertop Rd
Madison, NC
28643

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