The Perfect Off-to-College Gift!

Aug
19

Your kids off to college? Mine are! This is the first year Ross, Weston, and Morgan are all three in Morgantown at WVU at the same time. I’m looking forward to visiting them there and hearing all about their experiences. Meanwhile, I’ve got the perfect gift for the special college kid in your life!

It’s the Treat of the Month Club! College students are always hungry, and what better way to let them know you’re thinking of them than to give them the gift that keeps giving–once a month, for three months (which is almost the whole semester) they’ll receive a box of goodies selected by you. Choose from dozens of flavors of biscuits, cookies, scones, fudge, and muffins. Their first shipment comes with a gift letter to let them know who gave them this delicious gift. You can check out the Treat of the Month Club here.

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The Next Batch

Aug
14


The chicken tractor wasn’t lonely for long! This new batch of meat chicks will be ready to butcher in late October.

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