Greenhouse walk through

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It’s early March and the weather outside sucks. But it’s a nice and humid 65 degrees in the greenhouse. Now all I need is a kiddie pool full of sand and a pina colada. Check out the inside of our greenhouse and see what we have growing so far!

Mac’s Local Buys Grocery Bag 2019

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We’re pumped to be apart of the Mac’s Local Buys Grocery Bag again this year! Shares are limited and sign-ups are available now, so follow the link below for all the details and to reserve your spot! “It’s that time of year again! Mac’s Local Buys local food subscription, the GROCERY BAG is rolling into it’s 7th year of existence and now accepting applications. This subscription has sold out every year so please sign up soon to reserve your spot. We’re excited to announce we will be partnering with Such and Such Farm again this year. Such and Such Farm … Continued

What do we do over the winter?

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We get this question a lot. “So, what do you guys do over the winter?” Well, quite frankly we just sit around in matching footie pajamas and binge watch Netflix until the first sign of Spring. Not really, but that would be awesome. Honestly, winter work at the farm feels more hectic than summer at times. The days are shorter and we’re continuously beholden to the weather. Spring just isn’t the beginning of the growing season, it’s a deadline for many projects. Income is less consistent but expenses always seem to increase. In general we hustle more, we budget tighter … Continued

All About Roselle (Edible Hibiscus)

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Have you ever fell in love with a specific flavor? Or at least the idea of that flavor? I did a few years ago with hibiscus. Every time I would go to Panera/STL Bread Co., I would get the hibiscus iced tea and relish every drop. Then I found hibiscus jelly and I would just stand there in front of the fridge with the jelly jar and a spoon. Hibiscus and I had a love affair that lasted briefly, but burned brightly. So two years ago I decided to grow hibiscus in our herb garden, but to no avail. It … Continued

The Hungry Games: Whole Hog Raffle

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Welcome to Such and Such Farm’s Hungry Games! Hey! Have you ever wanted to fill your freezer with high quality, pasture raised pork? Or have you ever wanted to do whole hog butchering at your restaurant? Have you ever shyed away from purchasing a whole hog because the up front cost? What if I told you that you could get the price of a whole hog for only $25? WHAT?! (Yes) ARE YOU SERIOUS?! (Also yes) Welcome to our whole hog meat raffle!   Individual Raffle Prizes ($25 price level): Three winners drawn every 20 entries sold First Prize: Whole … Continued

Goat Yoga 2: The Recap

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As you may have noticed, goat yoga is actually a “thing” now. And it’s an awesome thing. It’s not a thing like fidget spinners sold at the gas station or disgusting unicorn frappucinos are a “thing”. Goat yoga has been bringing experienced yogis out to new locations and it has given those brand new to yoga a fun opportunity to try it. Last fall, we got together with LotusEater Collective to bring goat yoga to the St. Louis area. And this June we came back bigger, more better, more goatier with Goat Yoga 2: The Sequel. When we tell people that … Continued

Party On, Weirdos

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Hello, dear readers. Have you ever walked into your living room to find a house full to the brim of nine to eleven punks and six dogs? Have you ever come back from a post office errand to walk into your house during a homemade tattoo party? Have you ever taken a break from harvesting tomatoes to find yourself in the middle of an epic colored water balloon war? Have you ever done a podcast in the back of a van while drinking moscato straight from the bottle? Have you ever partied hard with so many of your closest friends all the while hosting three epic food events in one week? Then, my friend, you have not experienced the true Such and Such Farm. This has been our past month. This is our life and I wouldn’t trade it for anything. #sorrynotsorry

Buying our Buck: Meet Bogey

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There comes a time in (almost) every goat farmer’s life where you need to bite the bullet, dive in head first… and buy a buck. After three years of owning goats and two seasons of borrowing bucks from friends’ herds, it was time for us to go shopping for our own leading man. It’s a big deal! A buck is half of your herd! I really didn’t want to screw the pooch on this one. So I did my research, gave it a really good thought, did some math (!!!!), then did more research and more planning. But then it came time to go shopping for our buck. Two weeks ago, we brought him home. His name is Humphrey Bogart (Bogey), our first leading man, and he’s amazing. Let me introduce you to him and walk you through the process of buying our first buck.

Such and Such LIVE: Episode 01

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Welcome to the recap for our first live facebook broadcast! Something that will be henceforth be known as Such and Such LIVE! Episode… whatever. Or at least until we come up with a better name. After each episode we’ll do a show note/recap on our blog so you can get more information! Without further ado, here’s what you missed:

Lona’s Lil Eats at the Farm

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Sometimes the most eye opening experiences are also the simplest. If you live in St. Louis, you should know Lona’s Lil Eats. If you don’t know, then read on and prepared to have your mind blown. We had the pleasure of hosting Lona, Pierce and their family at the farm for a special experience. Lona wanted the opportunity to slaughter and butcher chickens and hogs like she did back in her tiny hill tribe village in southern China. When she said that all she needed was the animals and hot water we were intrigued to say the least. So on Monday afternoon, we got her all set up and we ended up learning all about her culture and her tribe’s butchering methods. And we learned just how much of a badass Lona really is. Our minds were blown.

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