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  1. Category: (Little Farm On The Hill)

    ... re going to go with that. I looked everything over really well today and saw neither hide not hair of a squash bug. What I did see was a multitude of tiny melons, gourds and luffas!   So we've be ...
    Created on 22 July 2019
  2. Category: (Local And Area News - Text)

    ... p with them," he said. "It's really neat to show the kids that school is a place for them during the summer, it's not just August through May, school is here for you year-round. More information is avai ...
    Created on 06 June 2019
  3. Category: (Little Farm On The Hill)

    ... am also doing some remodeling in the house that's really not worth mentioning, but it is part of why I'm late with the blog...and I work 3 days a week...but other than that, I have all the time in the wo ...
    Created on 16 April 2019
  4. Category: (Little Farm On The Hill)

    ... cles, I talked about a chickpen that I made out of wire panels and hardware cloth. It is a 4'X4' by 26in high cube-shaped pen that opens on the top. I love using it and it works great! And it's not really t ...
    Created on 22 February 2019
  5. Category: (Little Farm On The Hill)

    ... as well as a little bit of both. Last year,  I planted spring greens out as early as February under plastic and they did really well. I also started some carrots and beets indoors and then transplan ...
    Created on 22 January 2019
  6. Category: (Local And Area News - Text)

        SILOAM SPRINGS, Arkansas (Jan. 15, 2019)  To honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., John Brown University will host “What MLK Really Said: A Challenge to Carry ...
    Created on 18 January 2019
  7. Category: (Little Farm On The Hill)

    ... bsp; I discovered it about two years ago and tried it for myself last year. This technique sounds really strange but it works like a charm! It involves planting seeds in containers and setting the ...
    Created on 07 January 2019
  8. Category: (Little Farm On The Hill)

    ... from getting loose again. It's unfortunate that she cannot run free during the day because she really is a wonderful dog, but after the birds have gone to bed for the night, I cut her loose to run and play,  ...
    Created on 11 December 2018
  9. Category: (Little Farm On The Hill)

    ... , therefore I had not been in the chicken yard in the daylight to really check things out. My mom lets my regular flock out for the day and checks to make sure everybody has food and water. She didn't not ...
    Created on 31 October 2018
  10. Category: (Little Farm On The Hill)

    ... grow. For me it is cow manure. If I could pick my poison, Id pick the manure over any of the other smells because it's really not offensive to me. I think that it has a green smell. Call me crazy, but th ...
    Created on 07 October 2018
  11. Category: (Little Farm On The Hill)

    ... bedding etc. I did find one chick had died and a couple of others acting sickly. The rest seemed really fine though. I decided to move their pin on to a fresh piece of grass. I spread the old bedding ...
    Created on 14 September 2018
  12. Category: (Little Farm On The Hill)

    ...  first round of chicks are still not    yet big enough to go out on grass. Actually they are but some are smaller and can easily escape thru the wire fencing. I really need to wai ...
    Created on 26 August 2018
  13. Category: (Little Farm On The Hill)

    ... cided I really need to grow a meatier variety, and since it's going to be a first time for me, this will be an experiment of sorts. I'm going to go with the Cornish cross which will grow out to five to seve ...
    Created on 06 July 2018
  14. Category: (Local And Area News - Text)

    ... g and real-world application, but it’s also really fun to watch.”               JBU’s disaster shelter prototype This year’s competition scenario was based on t ...
    Created on 23 April 2018
  15. Category: (Local And Area News - Text)

    ...    “I am very honored and humbled to receive this award,” Daugherty said. “This award really speaks to my team of coaches and support personnel who work tirelessly to represent our institutio ...
    Created on 07 March 2018
  16. Category: (Local And Area News - Text)

    ... during her clinical education that inspired her to seek a focused career in cardiology. “I had such a great experience during my cardiac rotation that it just really made a strong impression on me,” ...
    Created on 09 November 2017
  17. Category: (Local And Area News - Text)

    ... I also really enjoy when I can educate a patient or their family member about a diagnosis or a health problem.” Originally from Springdale, Eubanks received her masters of science degree in nursing from ...
    Created on 29 October 2017
  18. Category: (Boomers Only)

    ...  not recognize the word murgatroyd? Here are some lost words from our childhood: Some words were gone as fast as the buggy whip! That's sad really! The other day a not so elderly (70ish) lady sa ...
    Created on 04 October 2017
  19. Category: (Local And Area News - Text)

    ... influence that provides an area rich with artistic outlets to enjoy. It really is the best of all worlds to have the abundance of musical venues and art galleries that exist here, while still enjoying ...
    Created on 31 August 2017
  20. Category: (Local And Area News - Text)

    ... degree offerings in the JBU Graduate School, which also includes master’s degrees in business, counseling, higher education and visual arts. “We are really pleased to add special education ...
    Created on 30 March 2017