Family Friendly Farm

Resources

This page is just a catch all page to help you find what you are looking for.

Blog

A long list of all the posts I write.

Photos

Looking for a virtual tour? This is a good place to start.

Calendar

Farm events and schedules.

Library

The books we recommend. If you buy at Amazon through this link, it doesn’t cost you anything extra but it does help support us a little bit.

Map & Directions

Want to find us? It can be easy to get lost, this may help you out.

Dayempur Herbals and Tammy's Bath and Body

Mark your calendars!

Terry Hickey of Dayempur Herbals and Tammy Rodriguez will be at the store 9am – 3pm on Saturday, March 22.

Please come out and support these fine ladies in their endeavors.

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Food, Fun and Fellowship at Family Friendly Farm

We are eager to share with you our love of family events. The kind where the atmosphere is relaxed and everyone is ready for a good time.

FOOD

We all know the best social events involve food, right! So bring it on; we all love to eat. I’m thinking a...Read More »


The Vision & Wish List

Several customers have requested a wish list for the farm store. They have plenty and would like to share from their abundance. There is no pressure to give toward these causes if you are not inclined. I don’t want to sound like I am begging. Please consider this only if...Read More »


Food & Fun at the Farm

Announcing the long awaited Food & Fun at the Farm!

Food

We all know the best social events involve food, right! So bring it on; we all love to eat. I’m thinking a potluck, home-style dinner will do. Nothing fancy just whatever you...Read More »


Book – Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats

Shortly after reading Dr. Weston A Prices’ book, Nutrition and Physical Degeneration, I started on Nourishing Traditions: The Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats by Sally Fallon and Mary Enig. It reads more like a Reader’s Digest with many short quips and anecdotes. You know, the...Read More »


Book - Nutrition and Physical Degeneration

I stumbled upon the book Nutrition and Physical Degeneration by Dr. Weston A Price when my friend Jeri shoved it in my face and said, “You NEED to read this”. It has changed my life, offering me new knowledge into health I doubt I would have run across otherwise. I...Read More »


Movies at the Farm?

Since our new store will have so much space we are considering having movie night at the farm. Maybe after the store on Tuesday or Saturday evenings? Would any of you want to hang out here, have some popcorn or maybe even a potluck while...Read More »


SEMO Food Roots Meeting

SEMO Food Roots will be hosting a monthly discussion/demo class at the Cape Girardeau library on the fourth Thursdays of each month.

Come for the fun and fellowship. Enhance your culinary, fermentation, traditional cooking skills.

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33 Ebook offer from Toadally Primal

For some time I have been reading about primal diets. You have been hearing about it too, I’m sure. I do like many of the ideas and recipes. However, I have a problem with the lack of dairy and lack of emphasis on fermented foods which I find so important...Read More »


Find a Farmer Nationally

I want good meat, eggs and milk but I (or my loved one) don’t live near you. Where do I look?

Here are some links that will get you more information or to help you find a producer in your area. Most just have a box to enter your zip code!

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Find a Farmer Locally

Not everyone can have a store in their home. We have offered to carry the products of the farmers in our area to broaden their marketing options and customer base. We want to see them succeed! Let’s show our support for the farmers and producers in our area.

You can purchase...Read More »

Tours for Customers

We love sharing what we do with our customers. All tours will be by appointment for customers.
There is no cost for this event.

Please dress appropriately for the weather and for walking about a half a mile; you will have more fun. Feel free to bring the kids and...Read More »


Tours for the Community

Sharing our unique farm is something we love. You don’t have to be a customer to learn more about what we do. This is just right for boy scouts, girl scouts, homeschool groups, etc. You can have as many people (kids and adults) or as few as you like. We...Read More »


2 Responses to Resources

  1. Gregory T. Woods says:

    Who do you buy your chickens that are butchered from?

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