Last weekend I went on a rare road trip to see Michael Ableman speak down at Mulloon Creek. While I was there I squeezed in a quick peek at Mulloon’s free-range egg operation…
I was also lucky enough to stay on farm with our good friends (and comrades in permaculture farming aspirations) Cam and Jessie Wilson, who are bringing up their young family in this beautiful valley, as well as milking, planting, designing and doing…
It’s always so inspiring to go spend time on other farms, even just sitting at dawn in another landscape. Food for the brain and soul both.
Returned to Milkwood rejuvenated and with lots more (thanks guys – did I really need more?) ideas on, well, everything!
I have bought these eggs before and knew thy tasted great, now I know why
I can remember the days of riding out and bringing cows in,milking them and the wonderful taste of fresh raw milk and collecting all the free range eggs, nothing like it!!!!!
Great dog! Is that the same yurt in the 2 pics? It looks massive inside!
Mulloon Creek is just fantastic to visit. Highly recommend their Field Day if you’re interested in Natural Sequence Farming and Regenerative Ag practices. Free-range pigs there too!
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