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        Welcome !! to Rocky Creek Valley Farm (RCV Farm)
Elizabeth & hybiscus
July 2014

Produce - Summer vegetable are starting to roll in and we have plenty of eggs, stop by the farm and pick some up. Map

  • MACA (Missouri Animal Control Agents) Conference held Sept 2014. The subject was Urban Chickens, we had a great time talking with all of the MACA members. The PowerPoint presentation is available for your use and reference: MACA 2014 Conference - Urban Chickens

  • Elizabeth was recently featured in Living Without Magazine a very good article about the Alpha-gal disease she contracted in 2012.

  • Check out our new 1 min promo on YouTube, Get a feel for life at our farm.

  • Chickens & Eggs: This year we had to sell our hens and start a new batch for our egg business. We hated to see them go, but not to fear they got a great home at a neighbors house who was looking for pet chickens. For an egg business we need to rotate the hens out every 3 years. We plan to rotate one-third of the flock every year. We are building mini-chicken coops to sell with 4 chickens for urban farmers. Photos coming soon, if you are interested send me an email.

  • Sannan goat

    Photo Gallery Check it out - lots more photos added, see all our critters.

  • EDUCATION: Elizabeth is teaching at the Excelsior Springs Adult Education Center Class Schedules ALWAYS REGISTER FOR CLASSES so we will know how many to expect; some of the classes have limited seating. Classes are subject to change without notice. Most of the classes are two hours in length and the normal cost is $20.

    I started this last year and it was so successful I am offering past students a chance for refresher courses again this year. Providing the class is not already full, any class that you have already taken YOU CAN TAKE AGAIN FOR FREE. I usually offer new information in each class plus it's a great way to reinforce what has been presented before. ALSO, if you take three classes in one calendar year, the forth one is half off! Call or email me to register. YOU WILL HAVE TO TELL ME if it's a free class for you that way I don't have to keep track of everyone! (The optional make & take fee is extra.)

  • Recipe of the Month - this month just in time for the hot weather Lemon Rosemary Sorbet

  • Milk Comparison Chart PDF Compare raw goat's milk to cow's milk and mother's milk in our handy nutritional comparison chart.

  • How-To Projects: We always have numerous on-going projects. Aside from eating, construction projects are my favorite. We are trying to capture those so that if you have a similar project maybe we can help. Let me make the mistakes so you don't have to. This months feature is how to build a wooden frame for your broken metal canopy cover. Wooden Canopy Frame

  • RCV Blog on blogspot.com: I do not BLOG. However, Elizabeth is very good at it, when she has the time to think and write. She will give you an insight to the personal trials and tribulations of keeping the farm going, various "How-To" articles and general all-around farm stuff. We are archiving the articles now on our site on the blog page and on the library page.

  • Rocky Creek Valley Farm on Facebook: Our goal here is to keep you up-to-date with food and nutrition related studies and news. As well as legislation that effects you as a consumer. Join us for all the latest farm news....Rocky Creek Valley Farm

  • The hunting and fishing exploits of our grandson, future star! He lives to fish. Get Outside with Henry on YouTube. You can also follow him on Facebook Get Outside with Henry on FB

APPRENTICE: Rocky Creek Valley Farm is starting from scratch, building a sustainable, viable, self-supporting farm. Contact us for information if you are interested in learning chemical-free gardening, raising wholesome chickens or growing, wild-harvesting and using herbs. Participate in fixing fences, cleaning barns & chicken houses, shoveling compost, and pulling weeds. You will get sweaty, dirty and tired, but your heart will be happy and you will have a smile on your face. You will re-connect with the Earth. You will sleep better, tone your cardio-muscular system and get plenty of vitamin D. And, we'll feed you.

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