Beef Sampler Packs!

We have sampler packs of beef available from the butcher on this calf that are not spoken for yet. You get 34# of cuts @$6.50 a pound for $221

This is a sample of various cuts, including a couple roasts, a couple pounds of minute steaks, plus some other special cuts as well as a few different types of grilling steaks, plus 10-12 pounds of ground meat that is very lean.

These packages are a variety of cuts, packed up in a fair way so they all have a similar value and will take up about 4 grocery store bags worth of freezer space.

I also have 1/4 of beef available. This is a huge amount and variety of cuts! If you have freezer space and ready to stock it up give me a text or call. Same price- $6.50 a pound hanging weight.

If you are new to us you can check out our website beef page for more details, our special methods using 100% non-gmo feed we grow and make ourselves right here in Tate county! Give us a try, it’s delicious. You won’t be disappointed ????

If you’re up for collecting some clover you can wash it, let it dry and either set in a dehydrator or hang it in a dark closet in bundles for tea making. So healthful and extra benefits for ladies. I’m workin on mine now ????☘️

Come Stop By The Store!

I don’t know who’s more cute- my lil helper girls or my 4 legged babies or my fluffy butt bird babies…. I’m not going to choose! I’ll just love them all ????

Thought I’d share some projects my awesome girls are working on this week. Of course it’s never ending grooming and cuddles for all the fur babies! We are also trying to give the front of the store a touch up with fresh bright white paint on our road signs and building. Don’t forget the lovely spring flowers and herbs. Also getting the trellises ready for vining plants with mowing. Soon maters get transplanted out! Woop woop

Stop in and leave them some words of encouragement for their hard work and great efforts. I’ll be open Fri/Sat 10-3

Come see me!

Store Updates!

I love love real lye soap for our household. When I don’t have time to make my own, I grab a bar of this trusty brand. It’s been around for years and at only $5 a bar, it’s so worth it to skip all those chemicals,colors,poisons, bleck!! No thank you

Oh and hey y’all fellow homesteaders who have dairy critters of your own… I restocked our supply of mastitis tests. So if you need a box for your homestead kit, stop by. $11 for box of 30

Bonus:Just had to post this pic of the Oasis Homestead BIG WHITE FLUFFY PACK of livestock guardians. Ain’t they sweet ?! ????

Hey Y’all!

Time to say a few words I guess since I haven’t been too talkative lately. I spent the majority of March constantly under the weather. My immune system was really being challenged. This encouraged me to get back working on my tea detoxing. I set myself a regimen and have been surprisingly faithful to it. Lol I’m so proud of myself ????

Anyway, I’ve been experimenting with new cheese equipment and makin butter. Mmmmm look at this bowl I made- I’m almost through it in just one week. Sooooo good.

I thought you’d like a pic of my cute little kitty so fat and prego. Can’t wait to see her littles born.

Thanks to all my peeps who stopped by the store today to give me their input on the recent batch of soft cheese. We love y’all and don’t stay away so long next time ????????

Needing 1 Gallon Glass Jars!

Just thought I’d put out a request in our little community to help recycle 1 gallon glass jars.

If you have any 1 gallon glass pickle jars WITH lids that fit the jar, you’re gonna throw away I’d take them off your hands.

I need exactly 1 gallon so I can sell a gallon of milk to customers. They want to charge me $15 per jar and lid PLUS $8 each for shipping.

Surely we can come together and stop this needless waste. I do not want to pass these costs onto our local friends and families in our community. I Would appreciate any help y’all can send my way! Thanks so much Temi

A Cold Snap

Good morning y’all!

Boy this cold snap was mean to my purdy flowers I have out front of the store. ????I hope they bounce back.

I’m feeling so tired today. Anyone want to loan me some extra energy? Come see me, I bet we can come up with a fair trade. ?

I’m closing at 1pm today. Honey says he needs a new tractor so we are headed out of town to go look at one he’s been drooling over. Don’t tell him I said that though, it doesn’t sound very manly. Lol ?

Stop By For Lunch With Us!

A cheery cold and gloomy winter morning to y’all. Hope the sun comes out today but either way, come see me at the store from 10-3.

I’m fixing a lunch for friends and family at the store today. text me directly to my phone if you’d like to join us 662-932-0035.

I’m making home made:

Braised Apple jelly mini goat chops (off the farm)
Creamy potato soup with crumbled beef, garlic, onions and steamed mustard greens.
Stir fried cabbage with slivered carrots and onion.
Cheddar cheese drop biscuits.

Choice of hot tea (apple cinnamon/green tea/raspberry or regular) $1 or any cold drink at regular price. I should have lunch ready by 12-ish until 1:30

Come see me!

Stir fry veggies and biscuits in the oven

Mini goat chops
Fresh mustard greens I’m steaming these on top of my creamy tater soup

Creamy tater soup before I steam the mustard greens on top

Busy Days Ahead

We have 200+ strawberry plants to set out on Friday plus Goji berries and we have a plot of garlic to dig up and divide, cabbages and brassicas to start, lettuces, greens, sweet peas and loads more.

We are gonna be making raised beds from cut bamboo so we can plant taters in them. Weeeeee!

New milking shed to finish out to be used by 3/1 and baby calves we are gonna wean off the bottle and baby chicks still hatching and baby kids to wean off their mommas and and and… Woohoo!! Lots going on!

The last Gardening+chick hatching class I have openings for is 2/25 from 3-5pm. Call soon and reserve your spot, classes fill up fast and are limited.

Dairy Cow Rehab

Today we begin helping our little momma cow, Sophia to regain her strength and vitality.

My dairy cow Sophia has been getting into poor condition so we transferred her to behind our house for more intensive care to rehabilitate her. She lost her voice, she can’t make any sound at all even though she tries her little heart out.

I can tell Sophia feels better emotionally, since we brought her here. I’m seeing her being much more interested in ppl and what’s going on cuz she knows this place, she knows us and seeing us more frequently equals greater level of care in her mind. ❤️

We will be taking her baby to a separate area for 8-12 hours per every 24 and then supplementing him with milk replacer, feed, healthy snacks, sweet feed and hay. It will be hard at first to have baby separated from mom, but as the days go by and Sophia starts regaining her strength, she will realize she needed a break from him and as long as we pitch in to maintain his health they will both accept it.

Momma got some wormer, free choice mineral and some booster shots to keep her strength up first thing.

This is also a good time to focus on getting baby more acclimated to us and learning how to walk on a leash like all the rest of my animals. Have you ever wanted your very own bull calf that goes for walks with you and likes to play with humans? He will be for sale as well as his half brother who is already super tame. ?

Bella’s calf realized he might have a new friend to play with when he saw the other calf show up yesterday and started kicking up his heels in pure joy!! Tomorrow us 3 girls are gonna start training Sophia’s boy to a leash and go visiting with Bella’s boy each day, while momma gets her some very needed ME TIME!!

Yesterdays treat bucket consisted of: 1 torn leek, 3 spring onions, peels from 2 oranges, 1 bunch of kale chopped into bite size pieces, 4 homemade flatbreads with rosemary herb, 1 cup of vegetable oil, 2 quarts of sweet feed, 2 quarts of our own grain feed with crushed sunflowers

and 1 cup of raw pumpkin seeds.

Todays first treat bucket consists of: 1 orange cut into 8 slices, extra orange peels from additional orange, 1 full leek torn into bite size chunks, 1 bundle of mustard greens, 4 home made biscuits (ingredients: whole wheat flour, coconut oil, sea salt, baking soda, powdered milk), 4 Oz cheese, 1/3 onion chopped into small bits, 1 cup vegetable oil, 2 quarts of sweet feed, 2 quarts of our own grain feed with crushed sunflowers and 1/3 head of cabbage cut into bite size chunks.

Stay tuned for the healing plan and pics to follow!