To be a farm and to be able to really call yourself a 'farm' is a way of life. It is a conscious decision to make something greater than yourself be most important. It is stewardship of the land. It is supreme respect for Mother Nature. It is the love of animals and the sacred duty of caring for them and witnessing their lives. It is realizing that in the complication of modern life, when it comes right down to it, we all need seeds to grow. Period. Facebook and Twitter mean nothing if someone isn't making sure seeds get planted, they get rain, a crop grows strong, and whether scorching sun or perfect day, that crop must come in because lives depend on it. In every sense of the word. To be on a farm means that daylight is a currency of it's own. You can't make more but you must do everything you need to do with what you've got. It means that you work hard, you sleep hard and you must always be adaptable, flexible, creative and resilient. To live on a farm is to be constantly challenged and tested, but in equal measure, bestowed with the gifts of amazing sunrises, brilliant sunsets, the love of clouds, Magic Hours at the end of the day, the taste of a ripe peach or berry, the smell of horses and hay, the sound of their hooves on the field or the watchful call of the rooster and goose. To live on a farm is to love all of it equally and to be ready for a challenge as much as a perfect day for a nap in a hammock, cleaning of stalls or collecting eggs before dinner. To call yourself a 'farm' is sacred and meaningful. Our lives are full of choices, but everyday we are honored to call this farm our home. We want you to know what it means to be a farm and what it means to welcome you into our home, our hearts and a little bit of this magic we call 'Farmlife' for however long you're here.
Nick & Luli
Kuhs Estate & Farm
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