M.A.M.A. Ranch Newsletter

January 28, 2019
We are thankful for the nice soaking rain this weekend. We almost planted all our new fruit trees and raspberry canes (an experiment for us) before the rain started Saturday. One of the peach trees is already starting to bloom so we pray that there aren't any hard freezes for the rest of the winter. 

This is feed ordering week. As the weather is cold now, your fowl may enjoy some scratch for treats and to keep warm. Any birds that are molting now may be eating some extra feed for energy and nutrients to regrow feathers. 

If you'd love to purchase some non GMO and soy free feed for your livestock you may order in the following ways: text or email by this Wednesday at midnight. 314-578-1351 or Your first order must be prepaid, all subsequent orders may be paid at pick up.

Feed pick up will be the following week, February 6th. Delivery usually happens on Wednesday afternoon. Those that order will get a notification that the feed has been delivered. Remember, if you pick up your feed within 24 hours of delivery at the Ranch, you will receive a dollar off per bag! Cash, checks, and credit cards are accepted.
Feed Price List
Also available at M.A.M.A. Ranch

are available for Friday afternoon pick up only. Tuesday pick ups are full at this time. 

Silkie Hens (and Roosters)
Silkies that hatched early summer have started laying and I know who are girls now! Blacks available. Nice broody mommas and cute as can be. 

Farm Fresh Eggs
for eating or hatching: chicken eggs and goose eggs! Ducks are just beginning to lay. -- various sizes and colors available. 

Cow Manure Compost
for your spring gardens! By the feed sack full or pickup truck full.

Cow's Milk Soap
is gentle, cleansing, and nourishing for skin. Tea tree (essential oil) or baby's breath (fragrance oil).

Ranch Tours
come visit our cows and fowl!
Try a favorite family recipe 
Mock Healthy Velveeta Cheese 

Heat 1 gallon raw milk to 140 degrees. Remove from heat and add 2 tablespoons citric acid or enough white vinegar to curdle milk (about 1/4 cup). Stir gently until separated. Drain off whey by putting into colander lined with cheese cloth (save whey for chickens!). Let sit for about 10 mins before adding to the curds, 3/4 to 1 tsp. baking soda, 1/4 c. butter, 1 1/4 tsp. salt, and 1/2 cup of additional milk. Heat slowly, gently stirring together. Pour into a buttered jars or containers to keep for later in the fridge or use as you would for queso thinning further with milk and adding jalapenos, onions, tomatoes, etc. to taste.
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