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This weeks featured farmer is on a smaller scale than the other farmers high lighted on this site. It pretty amazing what all he packs into his acreage. Let’s see if he convinces you to add a few chickens to your operation.

1. Tell a little about you and your operation.

We’re a small farm (2 acres) where we grow sustainable vegetables and herbs organically. A blog loaded with humor, insight and pictures. We believe in Soulsby Farmsustainable farming from organic heirloom seeds and are strongly against GMO’s. We grow everything organically and let our hens free range around the garden (and sometimes the neighbors yard).

Last year we started a non-profit organization called Project Garden Share that helps connect individuals in need of food with people who grow gardens. If you can share some of your garden, please contact us and see how you can get involved!

2. What made you want to start your blog?

I love gardening and love writing so it seemed like an easy way to do both.

3. What has been the biggest surprise since you started? or something you didn’t expect:

I’m surprised how well the blog has been doing. When I started a year ago, I was hoping to get a 1,000 visitors a month. Now we get that much in a day (sometimes). I also didn’t really think there was a big interest in sustainable living/homesteading/etc… but I really think people want to get back to basics in their gardening and lifestyle.

4. What is your favorite post and why?

It’s a tie between Why Everyone Should Own Chickens and Let’s Build a Worm Farm

They’re my favorites cause they’re fun and they encourage people to try something they may normally never would have. The responses crack me up. I really get a kick out of making a difference in peoples lives I’ve never met.

5. Why do you think you have so many responses to your posts?

I think it has to do with my writing style. I write like a conversation and try to keep it fun and entertaining but informative at the same time.

Farm Blog: http://soulsbyfarm.wordpress.com/
Facebook: Soulsby-Farm
Project Garden Share: http://www.projectgardenshare.org



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