[Market-farming] Cross country trip planned. Like to connect w/other market farmers.

Marlin Burkholder burkholders at glenecofarm.com
Fri Jan 24 14:48:22 EST 2014

This looks like it could be a real possibility as we are planning to be
coming through the Black Hills region of SD and heading on a southeastern
track towards Iowa.  We want to keep our travel itinerary as loose as
possible but it will most likely be sometime in August.  We will have a
laptop computer on board so we will be able to contact you as we get closer.


On 1/22/14 10:09 PM, "Beverly Henkel" <bchenkel at conpoint.com> wrote:

> Marlin ­ we are just west of Norfolk, NE.  Grass based cattle and sheep,
> chickens and maybe a few pigs this summer.  Lots of land to park an RV on and
> some folks around who would love to talk with you.  We drink raw milk, my
> husband makes kefir, kambucha, fermented cabbage and Ice cream.  We use Sally
> Fallons cookbook for some of these recipes.  We are not certified organic but
> could be.  Use no chemicals on the land and make the chicken feed so we do not
> use commercial feed.  The Katahdin Hair sheep and the angus cattle are only on
> pasture.
> Tucker Hill Farm, 1614 N. 61st St., Norfolk, NE.  We are south of Yankton, SD
> about an hour.  If you go through Nebraska on Route 20 we are about 30 minutes
> south of that highway as it comes north of us.
> Let us know.
> Bev. and Chuck Henkel
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