May 25, 2009

Farm/Country Bloggers Unite

I am starting this thread to collect Farm/Country Blog addresses. I have a new blinkie at the bottom of the side bar that will lead to this post: Farm/Country Blogs. If you would like your blog added to this page, please post a link to it here or contact me through the contact link on that page. Make sure to list the name/link/and a brief description if you want one added. I'm always looking for a good country/farm blog to read.

I read/follow several farm and country blogs but want to make sure you don't mind if I add your blog to this page so if you want to be listed post those links!!

You can also grab this blinkie and add it to your blog if you like.



Also make sure to right click and save to your computer, then you can upload and use it on your blog.

36 comments:

Steph said...

I would like to be added to the list! "The Life of a Farmer's Wife". http://thelifeofafarmerswife.blogspot.com
My husband and I farm around 600 acres of cotton, corn, peanuts, and soybeans. We also have 4 poultry broiler houses with over 132,000 chickens!

farmingfriends said...

I would like to be added and thanks for commenting on my blog. Farming Friends http://www.farmingfriends.com
I live on a mixed farm with 200 acres of arable and 100 beef cattle which my husband farms and then I have 100 quail, 29 guinea fowl, 2 saddleback sows and their piglets, 9 hens and 7 khaki campbell ducks!
What a great idea having a list of farm blogs.
Kind regards
Sara from farmingfriends

KentuckyFarmGirl said...

I have added you both! Make sure to send anyone you know with a farm blog over this way to be added.

Chicken Momma said...

Hi. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I'd love to be added to your farm blog list. http://henhousediaries.blogspot.com
Hen House Diaries.

Providence Acres Farm said...

My blog is at:
http://providence-acres.blogspot.com/

I would love to add it to your list.
Thank you,
-Sheryl

Kritter Keeper said...

what an honor! please add Farm Tails to your list. http://wvfarmtails.blogpot.com

thanks!

KentuckyFarmGirl said...

You have been added!

Christi said...

I would like to be added too. Thanks!

http://lifeonouriowafarm.blogspot.com/

Hello, I'm Christi! I live on an Iowa farm complete with kids, cattle and corn! My husband, Ryan, and I have been married for 10 years and we have two children. With the kids, animals and crops our days are always an adventure!

Tom Stewart said...

Tom said...
please add my blog to the list.
http://thewormscralin.blogspot.com

Hey, I am a 56 single worm farm (YES I SAID WORM FARMER!!!) on 3 acres with two dogs, two cats and 5000 worms. Give my blog a looksee.

The Village Haven Farm said...

http://www.goatfarmblog.blogspot.com
15 acre goat farmw/chickens rabbits and all the wonderful stuff that comes with it :)

texwisgirl said...

Please add me to your bloglist!
http://www.run-a-roundranch.blogspot.com
Texas living in the country with critters, companion animals, wild birds wildlife, and whimsy!

Thanks! TexWisGirl!

KentuckyFarmGirl said...

You have been added!

texwisgirl said...

Thank you! Really love your "Barn" posts!!!

Liesl du Plooy said...

Hi there!
I would love to be added to your bloglist. My blog is "A Little African Magic" http://alittleafricanmagic.blogspot.com/ About life on a farm in the African bush with horses,dogs,chickens,ducks,goats,sheep and a pig or two.

Patrice said...

Please add Everyday Ruralty to your farm blog list. www.everydayruralty.com

I'm a chef who married a farmer. We home school our kids while running the farm as a family. We raise beef cattle, pigs, chickens and vegetables for customers here and at a large farmers' market.
Thanks!

Nancy @ el vigilante said...

This is a great idea! Would be honored if you would add my blog to your list.

I live on an 80-acre Nebraska farm with my husband as well as quite a few critters. We have cattle, turkeys, chickens, guineas, ducks, dogs and cats.

Thank you!

Sandra said...

Merry Christmas, KFG!
Please consider adding Thistle Cove Farm at
www.thistlecovefarm.blogspot.com to your list of farm blogs.
At Thistle Cove Farm, we have rare, hypoallergenic American Curly horses and Shetland sheep with Romney, Merino and cross bred sheep. Wool and Curly fiber is hand spun, knitted, felted and woven to make wearable garments. We're the smallest farm in this southwestern Appalachian Mountain valley of Virginia, where Dave's people settled about 250 years ago.
I'd love to add your farm blog button but we don't have the bandwidth to keep up the rotation; is there anyway to have the button stable and not moving? This is what I'm told by Dave and as he's the one who pays the bills, I listen when he talks -smile-.

KentuckyFarmGirl said...

Sandra, you can hotlink to that you. I don't always allow it but since it contains a link to my blog, I'd be happy for you to. I've been thinking about redoing that page with a background and stuff anyway. I'll add your blog and change this to a grabbable blinkie in the sidebar. Give me a couple of hours to get that done. My kiddos are having a snow day today so we're busy around here! looking forward to checking out your blog!

Sybil Mays said...

Hi, KFG - what a fun enterprise to create a farm blog list! I think we will all love reading each other's blogs. My blog is at www.usefulgardens.com. We are retired professional plant nursery folks with a specialty in rare fruits, enjoying a small five-acre farm-ette that once raised thousands of fruit plants. I blog along about our fruits, veggies, chickens and peacock... it's just fun.

Sybil Mays said...

PS I've added your blinkie to the usefulgardens.com blog -- I think the folks who enjoy my blog will LOVE this list of blogs to visit!!! Thanks for doing this!

Teresa said...

I would love to be added to your page of farm blogs. I have a 75 acre farm in Iowa that we are working towards making it my primary job by having crops, market, events center, winery and all kinds of fun stuff. It is so nice of you to do this.

http://edenhills.wordpress.com

Farmchick said...

Hello!! I would love for you to add my blog to your list of farm blogs. Thank you so much!! :)

Fresh from the Farm
http://farmchickskitchen.blogspot.com

I love living on the farm. I am a farmer's daughter and farmer's wife too! I am here to share our life on the farm as I know many people do not understand how hard our farmers and ranchers work. I also will be sharing recipes and any other thought I have. ;) I live with my husband and our three children on our 4th generation farm/ranching operation. We raise wheat, flax, soy beans and sunflowers on our farm. I feel that we are so blessed to raise our children on the farm and to be stewards of the land. I love cooking from scratch in the old fashion farmstyle way, gardening and crafting. Hope you will stop over and say hi. :)

Mountain Woman said...

I'd love to be added. I live on a 300 acre farm in Vermont. We use timber from our woods(from logging it to milling it)to create timber framed dwellings. I also do organic gardening and have started raising heritage breed turkeys. Add to the mix dogs, chickens, guineas, horses, donkeys and more and you have our busy farm.

Sharon said...

I would also love to be added.
http://quiltingthefarm.vius.ca

I have just moved to an old overgrown farm on 107 acres in Nova Scotia. Hubby and I know nothing about farming, so please join us for the adventures and misadventures of bringing the farm back to its former glory.

The Wife of a Dairyman said...

Hi, I would love to be added to your list! http://TheWifeOfADairyman.blogspot.com

The Wife of a Dairyman blog includes all of the things I love in my life; real food, being a Mom & Wife, farming, photography, healthy living, family, our pets and animals, just to name a few {and in no particular order}. It’s dedicated to sharing with you, what a working family dairy farm is all about.

Linda said...

I would love to be added to your list. http://www.nothinbutcountryliving.blogspot.com

I am married to my childhood sweetheart and I love the simple life we live. I love gardening, family, eating healthy, photography and being a Grandma.

farmer said...

I would be grateful to be added to your list.
http://enjoyingthegoodlifeathiddenmeadowfarm.blogspot.com/
I'm a full time farmer raising rare breed livestock in Nova Scotia,my blog is all about my critters and life on my 165 acre farm.

Lynnie said...

Hi! I just found you from another farming friend! I would like our blog to be added to your list as well. We have a small family farm with goats,chickens, rabbits for meat, cats, dogs, bee hives, and soon .. PIGS!

Invited to the Kings Table
www.lameinbothfeet.blogspot.com

Niki said...

Hi! www.originalcountrygirl.com

I am a country girl, Army wife, hunter, camper and I blog about it all!

Clint Baker said...

Hello, I grew up on a 300 plus acre farm but now I am confined to a small city lot. But I am doing all I can to be a Urban Farmer until I can have a farm of my own again! On my blog I am trying to share my Urban farm experience!

http://theredeemedgardener.blogspot.com/

Shell said...

What a great list, I'd love to be added to it! My blog is:
The Country Chick
http://thecountrychick.blogspot.com

I live on a small farm in south Alabama with goats, donkeys, chickens, and all sorts of other fun critters.

Michelle said...

I would love to be added!
http://mylifeinpodunk.blogspot.com/

~ Janis said...

Please add me to our fabulous list of farm blogs!

www.tailgait.blogspot.com

Rural Vermont at its finest: Agricultural Adventures, Barns, Wildlife, good Cattle, comical poultry, rare Ducks, Animal Rescue, Mountains, Lakes and lots of interesting things to see and learn. Come visit.

Tricia Hays said...

Would Barn Charm qualify for a farm blog? I do post a lot of pics from my parent's farm! =)

The Homestead Lady said...

I have a farm blog www.rockyoakhomestead.com

Ashleigh Hett said...

Hi! I would love if you could check/comment on my blog, and please add it to your list of Farm/Country Blogs! Thanks!

http://prairiegalcookin.blogspot.com/

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