Today, I remember. Here it is. I am half a century old today. When I turned 45 I lost my mother, my son, farmer was diagnosed with cancer and we lost a nephew. Here I am 5, years later. I really can not count for these 5 years. I mark them by, a year since […]
Welcome to the Davis Farm!
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, The Davis Farm Guest House is a perfect place to connect and be refreshed! Take in the beautiful tree lighting ceremony in down town Burlington. Book your vacation now. We are a family owned and operated grass fed and organic dairy farm nestled in the small town of Jericho, Vermont. We are grateful for this piece of land to steward. We have just completed a year long transition to Organic Dairy Farming and are excited about our new adventure. We offer on farm sales of raw milk, and farm fresh eggs. We also sell locally farm crafted compost. Besides farming we also offer lodging at our Davis Farm Guest House. Situated on a dirt road with a breathtaking view of Mount Mansfield, a stay in our Guest Home is sure to be a lasting memory. The Davis Farm Guest House is also in close proximity to local wedding venues such as The Mansfield Barn and The Whitcomb House.
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Small town living. Community. A fun reminder today of the uniqueness of this place we call home. The sun shone brightly. The temperatures tipped the scale at 34! The wind ceased it’s assault and for moments it felt warm. I hung my sheets to dry. The change isn’t here yet. But soon. Very soon the […]
How can this be Your purpose? I stare at your picture and I still wonder, how can it be? How can you be gone? I look at your lop sided smile and the ache reaches the core of my being. For a moment I have to catch my breath. All seems to spin wildly. I miss […]
We’re home from Parris Island. Our second farm boy graduated from Marine Boot Camp. He is living our Oldest Farm Boy’s dream. You see our two boys were so different. Each with a heart to serve; just in different ways. And there’s just so much I don’t understand. I’m not sure I’m supposed to understand. […]