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Ulfee on Jun 24, 2016
Same excuses used with previous disappointed buyers...seller sick, tracking number wore off in wallet. Are you kidding me? They did issue refund after me waiting almost a month for this item. No bottle opener to review. Seller -- wholeheartedly would NOT recommend.
My husband and I have a passionate goal to enjoy a simple life by creating art, enjoying nature, raising animals and to continue a deep appreciation for homesteading. I (Jennifer) have a Bachelors degree in Liberal Arts from Oakland University where I majored in English and minored in Studio Art. Currently I write for Community Chickens, an on line magazine created by the editors of Mother Earth News and Grit. I also enjoy photography and working with pastels.
My husband Zach is an amazing artist/blacksmith. He sells his metal work, particularly in the form of bottle openers made from recycled rail road spikes. His work is available at our Etsy Store, or companies like Vat19, CXXVI Clothing Company in New York, and Revampt Goods. His work has also been featured on KWGN Television, The Today Show in Colorado.
He has his degree from ITT Technical Institute in Computer Networking and by day, is a Provisional Analyst for St. John's hospital in computer security. (the irony!)
The mohair we sell is from our very own AAGBA registered Angora Goats. We also have Angora Rabbits who produce beautiful, spin-able fiber.
Our raw fleece, roving, and hand spun, hand dyed yarn is also available at our Etsy Store
We raise rare breeds of chickens including Blue Laced Red Wyandottes, Coronation Sussex and Lavender Orphingtons, French Black Copper Marans, White Cochin Bantams, Bantam Frizzles, and Auraucana/Americana.
Last year we added two Nubian Doelings to our farm. Nan and Gretta. We hope to breed them this fall, and milk them for cheese and soap production.
This year we've added bees, heritage turkeys, ducks, a large garden, corn field and pumpkin patch. We brought in over 350 bales of hay from our field and next year, hope to add a couple pigs and maybe a few cows. We are eager to expand on our growing farm. Each spring seems to bring an addition to our home. Please enjoy our collection of work.
Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator
Maker, Designer, Curator
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