Handbasket Farm

That is the name that I have chosen to represent my farm. I am truly excited about it and can’t wait for it to really blossom.
I chose Handbasket Farm because once I am able to actually able to operate my little market my customers will use a handbasket to gather the items they are purchasing.
The name makes me giggle and buzz with happiness and hope.
It will be bigtime folks!!!

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About azgrneyz

I am 40-something year old woman, wife and mother of 2 awesome kids trying to start a little farm. We have 2 horses, 5 goats, 18 chickens, 2 Muscovy ducks, 1 Australian Shepherd and 2 cats so I guess it is more like a menagerie than farm for now. I enjoy gardening,reading, craft projects with the kids, running and riding my mountain bike. I am working on obtaining my Associates of Applied Science in Greenhouse and Nursery Management in Urban Horticulture with a Certificate in Sustainability so I can own and operate my farm effectively. I would also like to teach people in local communities how to grow their own food and revitalize vacant spaces. I am just doing the best I can with what I have been given for the time being. Welcome to my little world!

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