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2011 In Reflection

2011 was a busy year for The Rare Hare Barn.  We started out by finishing up the rehab and therapy on my leg, which I decided to break in 2010, just for kicks.  Who knew the doctor wasn’t kidding when … Continue reading

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The Great Canadian Hare Lift, 2011

So, you might remember that early last year, we sent some American Chinchilla rabbits to a rabbit friend in Canada. It was quite an adventure, but the rabbits arrived at their destination safe and sound and only a trifle jet-lagged.  … Continue reading

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Rare Hare Air Lift 2010

* This post was originaly posted on my blogspot blog, which died a terrible screaming death in August of last year.  I’m reposting it here because there is actually a part two to this story wich will be up later this … Continue reading

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Roundup Unready

The herbicide Roundup seemed like a good idea in the beginning.  After all, it was designed for no till crop systems, reducing the need for plowing up the soil bed, and exposing precious soil to the elements and erosion.  What … Continue reading

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Lamb Chops

This is a photo of some lamb chops from one of our Navajo-Churro lambs we had processed last year. If you are unfamiliar with the Navajo-Churro, info can be found at the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy’s website albc-usa.org The Navajo-Churro … Continue reading

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Conservation by Consumption

* This post was originally published on our first blog, in June of 2009, but it is still relevant today!  Conservation by Consumption At first, to talk about eating a “rare” breed of anything sounds counterintuitive. After all, if there … Continue reading

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Welcome to From the Range

Welcome to the new/improved From the Range blog.  New because I moved over from Blogspot, Improved because this blog will be updated regularly.  Promise.  Girl Scouts Honor.  No, really. You may have wandered over here from our website, The Rare … Continue reading

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