August 9, 2021
Have you tried meal planning? Let me be honest…if I don’t meal plan dinner just doesn’t happen around here, or we end up having frozen pizza. I’m not going to complain as I am the biggest pizza fan in the house, but it seems others around here can’t live on frozen pizza alone.
June 23, 2021
Do you hate heating up the kitchen during the summer to get dinner on the table and would rather be at the beach than cooking? Here are some simple ideas for dinner that will give you more time for fun and keep you cool!
May 16, 2021
If you have ever enjoyed a homegrown chicken, you know how flavorful and tender they are. Our broilers are put out on pasture as soon as the nights are warm enough and they have their feathers. They enjoy protein rich alfalfa, other grasses and bugs.
April 21, 2021
Who else loves an easy to prepare and versatile ingredient? Ground beef to the rescue…
March 31, 2021
If you haven’t noticed yet, we love our chickens around here! So much so that we just added 124 chicks to our flock!
There are the most entertaining animals on the farm. Besides the kids, they are the only ones that get to free-range around here. And they love that!!!! I mean LOVE it!
March 25, 2021
Give me a pack of bacon and I can whip up some breakfast, but a half of a pig…what do I do with that?!?! How much meat is that? How much space do I need in my freezer? How long will it take to eat all that? These are all good questions, some which don’t have a cut and dry answer. But at May Hill Farm we like challenges and are going to try and answer them for you.
March 22, 2021
What to do when you are sick of eating roasts…May Hill Farm has some ideas for you!
March 14, 2021
We are always looking for ways to improve on May Hill Farm. Herd comfort and inputs (bedding, feed, hay, minerals, seed for pasture, etc.) are two things we continually strive to excel at.
March 3, 2021
There is nothing better than having lots and lots of pockets with ALL the handy things in them when you are working around the farm.
February 28, 2021
It’s the end of February and we've made it through the polar vortex...now that we are thawing out, what's happening next at May Hill Farm?