Lucille Laws left what she had known in Queens, New York when her daughter became ill, and decided to purchase a bit of land in Central, New York. Her family took precedence, and a friend gave them their first cow. Lucille hadn’t a clue what to do with a farm animal, but learned how to care for the miscellaneous animals coming her way. Before she knew it, she had a horse, some pigs, goats, and chickens. “Ten years later, I’m still learning every single day.”
Lucille has an array of birds in her barn and goats, cows, a horse, and a donkey in her pasture. “All of god’s creatures have a job, they all live in unity, but they all protect one another. The Guinee Hen eats the ticks and the snakes, the donkey chases off the coyotes, while the ducks and chickens provide eggs. It’s such a beautiful relationship they all have.”
This article is from 2018 and you can see more pics at Sydneys page:
A Million Blades of Grass
September 24th, 2018
Forgot to mention in my last blog.... Cassie was invited to do a cooking demonstration using our grass fed grass finished beef at the NYS FAIR!!!
Here is a link to her video that we posted on Facebook.
I am so proud of her!
This was not only her first time being filmed live but also the first time she ever did a cooking demonstration!! She was a natural and I wouldn't be surprised if her next adventure from this farm is a farm to table cooking show!!
I know she already is brainstorming and working out the details to do homesteading classes from the farm. She will be offering in the near future classes that teach all sorts of forgotten crafts, like making cheese and butter, soaps and lotion, canning and all sorts of ways to learn to be self sufficient.
Keep tuned this girl is on fire, she will far surpass any and all that I have accomplished!
Here is the link to the video:
Barn Raising Benefit Pics!!
Some pics and a drone video of our barn raising benefit!! What a fabulous day it was!! Great weather, great friends, and lots of fun!! Here is the link to the great drone video that Devan so graciously made for us
And the Winner of our 1/4 Steer Raffle is Josh Zeller!!! Congratulations!!!
Come one, come all to our family farm fun day!
Sat Aug 11th 3pm
Come celebrate life on the farm while helping us raise money to fix our heritage barn!
Live Band, Raffles, Prizes, Deb and Harry's food truck, lots of farmer vendors, old fashioned games, selfie station, and so much more!
Help us continue our mission "#neighborshelpingneighborsthrive" and be able to continue raising our animals the right way.. Did I mention we are RAFFLING OFF A 1/4 STEER ... That is over 100LB'S of custom cut all natural grass fed grass finished beef....Tickets are only $20 donation and are going to a great cause... fixing our barn ♡ call 315 515-7011 for pre-sale raffle tickets.... We, also, will have several other raffles including gift certificate raffles, vendor raffles ( every vendor is donating) and many more! Don't forget our co-op store will be open all day.. so you can even stock up on our natural meats plus 14 others farmers and artisans goods!
Can't wait to see everyone there!
As former NYC girl turned into Farmer Lu, I traded my high heels and long nails for boots, a shovel and my prayer book but have never been happier, or healthier! My life and this farm is a true testament that God alone knows what would make us the happiest and leads us to it if only we allow Him.
If someone would have told me or suggested I would even visit a farm never mind own and run one I would of thought them crazy, but God has led me on this journey, always providing all the Grace, help, knowledge, and strength I need each day and I have never been more grateful to Him! Everyday is something new to make or to love. Life is good and God is great! I'm so humbled that I'm able to share all I have learned, this farm and journey with you. Welcome!
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