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September 19, 2020

Congratulations and welcome to the wonderful world of Guinea fowl!  Here are some tips about your new feathered friends to make sure they have the best rearing to provide you with many years of tick control and humorous hijinx.


Keep them around 90 degr...

November 21, 2018

Nana out on a cool day this spring at the egg mobile.

This next Wednesday, Nov. 28th, EVERY penny will go to Hospice of the Piedmont to honor this lady, Nan Brewer, my mom.  Some of you met her at the egg sales, some of you know her only through my mention of her.  What...

April 26, 2018

CLICK HERE to hear Tom and Kathleen, the Jolly Folly Farmers, talking flock on a local talk-radio show.

I felt nervous (which is hilarious in itself) and we didn't get to say everything we wanted to say because the time goes SO FAST.  But that's not a bad thing, because...

April 6, 2018

At our second duty station (read: about 100 years ago) we were fortunate to have a chaplain who grew up in Africa and kept his traditions, accent and amazing perspective.  Each Sunday he would stand at the front and ask, in a deep, booming A.M.E. voice: "Any praises or...

April 3, 2018

 I've said it before and I'll say it again.  I don't have a dog in the organic vs. traditional fight.  I also don't have a problem with roadside sellers who aren't farmers or those at farmer's markets and roadsides who farm some of their stuff and are just re-sellers f...

March 26, 2018

April is nearly here.  Roadside stands that close for the winter will be back up.  The Farmers' Markets will be re-opening.  As the public's interest in local and healthy food has increased, so has the number of venues in which millenials, hipsters, foodies (and even a...

March 22, 2018

Before I started raising my own eggs, I didn't really understand what a fresh egg was like.  I grew up in "the burbs" and ate food exclusively from a grocery store and our local farmer-owned dairy.  (Of course, in the 70s and 80s a lot of the food in our local grocery...

March 14, 2018

I had a customer tell me she's gotten many double-yolks.  She was so excited, and rightfully so: double-yolks are good luck!  And, better yet, they are loaded with more of the great nutrition locked in your organically fed, free roamin' egg.

However, it is super ra...

March 7, 2018

It is one of those days.  Those weeks.  Those months.  Normally here at Jolly Folly Farm, I try to stay focused on farming, farm issues, and animal welfare issues.  No one likes a whiner.  No one.   A few years ago there was another farmer who enjoyed whingeing. Everyw...

Merry Christmas from your feathered and furry friends at Jolly Folly Farm!  The Nativity always shows us Jesus in a stable, with animals nearby.  There is always a donkey at the Nativity, though none so cute as our Ivy when she enjoyed the first snow of winter 2017....

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