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Kelly Buzzard (Ceaberrys)
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I own a yarn business on a rural farm!
I own a yarn business on a rural farm!

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Ceaberry's Homesteading: Raising Chicks-- First 7 days
So I have been patiently waiting for the 15th of March to come around. Not only did we find out the gender of our baby, my hatching eggs came in the mail. I had my in-laws get them so they wouldn't be in the cold. However, on the 13th my baby chicks came! 2...
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Ceaberry's Haberdashery: Pantone's Color of the Year: Ultra Violet
This year Pantone came out with a color close to my heart. It is both my and Mr. Native Farmer's favorite color... purple. Yep, we both like purple. So the color is Ultra Violet. It looks oddly like my dusty purple that I love to dye with in Ceaberry's Habe...
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Ceaberry's Homesteading: Chickens
Sorry for the tardiness but I had a pregnancy related health problem that had to be attended to before writing this post. I am quite fine now and recovering. So, chickens. Our chicken count is now 41 chickens. We have 26 hens and 15 roosters. Some of the ro...
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Ceaberry's Haberdashery: Crafting plans
So with all of life happening I am planning on doing some crafting along the way. It is my inside stress relief. I take part in a year long competition each year. I am not really good at it I must admit but this year I am determined to see it through and wi...
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Ceaberry's Haberdashery: Business Plan
Ever since I merged Ceaberry's Haberdashery and Circle 4 Farm (the name of my other business of homesteading), the haberdashery side has been pretty quiet. There has been a lot of work needing to be done on both sides of the business. This post is about Cea...
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Ceaberry's Homesteading and Haberdashery: The beginning of 2018
As much as our homestead came into its own last year, we have even more changes ahead that hopefully will become easier as the years go by. Rebuilding an old homestead that hasn't been used as such for well over a decade is hard, overgrowth is a constant ba...
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Ceaberry's Monday Musings: It's not goat season...
"It's duck season, it's rabbit season, no it's duck season, NO it's RABBIT season..." As my 3 years old says, "No, it's deer season!" Here in West Virginia deer season opened today. Where most people only get Wednesday-Friday off of school, we get the whole...
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Ceaberry's Monday Musings: Juggling a Homestead Day
Now, I have talked a lot about homesteading lately. I am in the process of imbedding that word in my life permanently. When I was in Scotland, I was into crafting and school work. Now I am up to my elbows in animals, garden, homesteading, and kids. That kin...
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Ceaberry's Homesteading: Yellow Wax Snap Bean
Mr. Native Farmer decided to bring home some Yellow Wax Beans. I decided to store them since we didn't need to eat that many beans at once. First step was to soak them to get the grime and muck off them. Then I had some helpers come in for the end snapping ...
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Monday Musings: I am not in the Meat business...kind of.
I live on a beef cattle farm. That is the only type of meat business I plan on ever being in on this farm. I am in it for the product of my animals including the cows. My ducks give me eggs (eventually), the chickens give me eggs and more chicks/pullets, an...
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