5 Fun Facts: 1. In recent years, according to Penn State Extension, the United States has produced around 300,000 acres of processed tomatoes valued at $600 to $700 million and 130,000 acres of fresh-market tomatoes worth $1.4 to $1.6 billion 2. Pennsylvania produces about 4,000 acres of fresh-market tomatoes with an annual value of between… Continue reading Fun Fact Friday August 10
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Sorry for not blogging like I normally do. There has been a lot going on. From sicknesses to just being busy getting things ready for planting, training dogs, and filling lots of orders! The pups are getting bigger and we have been taking them into the woods a lot lately. Sometimes the weather makes us… Continue reading Update on everything
We took our beagle pups and the 2 older beagle dogs out to hunt around in the woods. We really just wanted to get the pups out and start to learn to get through different brush in the woods. The pups did shockingly well. They kept their noses on the ground smelling around. They… Continue reading Training Beagle Pups
In our area there was a local sportsmen show at the mall this past weekend. On Saturday we had a dog show at the mall. Zach took his English Coon hound to put on the bench. People were amazed at how friendly she was. They were petting Sadie and even said the one spot looked… Continue reading Dogs, beagles and coon hounds
Hunting Dogs have long been a tradition for the hunter. They can definitely make it easier to hunt, especially small game. I’m sure if you ask in your family someone way back probably did hunting with a dog. Zach and I have 4 hunting dogs. We have an English dog, Sadie. She doesn’t like hunting… Continue reading Hunting Dogs
The thermometer right now reads 12 degrees. It’s only supposed to be colder at night. But we can still see the grass as only a very light dusting of snow lays in certain areas. The woods are quiet too. If we put on all of our clothes, bundled up and plenty of handwarmers ready to… Continue reading Nothing Moves in the Cold Weather