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Nagano, naturally.

Nagano, naturally.

Home grown fresh produce produced without chemicals so you get all the goodness and none of the nasties.

1 day ago

Nagano, naturally.
Yesterday was bitterly cold. Woke up to snow and the snow on Mt Kinshoji behind me didn’t met all day which was a first for the season. Yuck. I was putting wheat straw down (again. still.) and had to come home to get my wetsuit material gloves as my fingers were losing feeling. Yuck. Bah humbug I am not a winter person! #naganonaturally #winteriscoming #firstsnow ... See MoreSee Less
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4 days ago

Nagano, naturally.
Meet Shino. Shino was named as a very cute but incredibly naughty chick by a very cute and I’m sure never naughty boy I know after himself and his brother. Shino was the chick who bathed in the food dish and climbed up on top of the sleeping quarters freaking all the other chicks out as the cardboard awning collapsed.As Shino got older she was the chick who jump/flew to the top of the cage. Then she learned to escape so well and so frequently that I started leaving a dish of water outside the cage when I went to work.As a pullet Shino would rush me when I opened the sun porch to grab all the treats and then scoot between my legs and escape as I changed the water and bedding.Of course it’s Shino who jumped on my back when I was building perches and Shino who pecks at my toes when I’m out in sandals and my ankles otherwise.But since becoming a fully fledged hen I had thought Shino had calmed down a bit.Until I was planting onions listening to a podcast when I thought “weird, I wouldn’t have thought there’d be clucking noises in this episode…” and turned around and lo and behold, Shino was calmly scratching out the onions from the other end of the row I was planting.And so my “get all the onions in before it snows” plans became “refortify chook Alcatraz in the snow/ sleet thanks to Shino.”I think the put out “why’d you stop me scratching out those onion seedlings??” Look on Shino’s face is a bit rich too! #naganonaturally #backyardchooks #houdinihen ... See MoreSee Less
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5 days ago

Nagano, naturally.
Before and after. A big Otsukaresama to the rhubarb. You worked hard this year. Hope you’re clay under your rice straw blanket and see you in the spring! #naganonaturally #growingrhubarb #winterprepping #strawmulch ... See MoreSee Less
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6 days ago

Nagano, naturally.
Before (well during) and after. We had too many rice hanging piles so went through the piles and took out all the ones that were twisted or crooked or cracked or starting to rot. This makes the rest of the stack much easier to use and also means we get free firewood that’s 30+ years aged and perfect size for starting the fire. And of course stacking firewood makes my system loving heart sing too. 😉 #naganonaturally #woodpile #gettingreadyforwinter #itsthelittlethings ... See MoreSee Less
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7 days ago

Nagano, naturally.
I had a couple of enquiries as to how many apples in a 5 kilo or 10 kilo order. This is 5 kilos of the mini so a few more apples than regular but it should give you an idea.*photo is not an image. Actual apples were used in this photograph. Someone will recognize their apples here tomorrow. 😉 ... See MoreSee Less
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