The other news I have, is that I got accepted to come on as a full season (year long) intern at J&L Green Farm! I went up there for a couple of days in July, and they accepted me. I am really excited about it, as I learned a lot and had an amazing time, in just the 2 days I was there. They have a really neat farm where they raise beef cattle, sheep (for meat), broilers, laying hens, pigs, turkeys, and ducks (for eggs). They farm about 900 acres of leased land in Shenadoah County. They have a couple of farm locations about 15 minuites apart. The view up there is amazing, and I look forward to going back. To find out more about their farm check out their website. Now I just need to finish out the farming season here, and sell off the rest of my animals and all. I think it will be a great experience. I think it will be neat to work on a farm that is in full pruduction like they are, and be able to learn how they do things. I also think it will be great to work with other folks who have an interest in agriculture. They had 5 interns while I was there from all over the US including Colorado, Maryland, South Carolina, and Mississippi, so I am sure I am sure I will be able to meet some neat people while I am there as well. Jordan and Laura Green are real nice Christian folks who were raised in homeschool families, so I think we will get along well. I look forward to keeping you up to date (as I have the time) with what I am up to up there. I start November 1st, so I have a little while yet before I start.
Well that is all for today!
Thanks for reading!