Contact Me

Hey there,

I’m so glad you want to get in touch with me. You can reach me by email at:

thefarmerslamp@gmail.com

Thanks for getting in touch! I look forward to “hearing” from you. :)  I will get back to you as soon as I get your message.

Safe and Happy Journey,

Rhonda

 

Comments

    • says

      Beverly, Thanks so much for asking.There are three ways to do this. First, in the sidebar on the right you’ll see our social media links (right under the greeting from me) Click on the FB button and it will take your to our FB page. Like the page and we’ll show up in your newsfeed. FB has gotten pretty involved in what shows up in your newsfeed so you’ll need to comment or like a few posts in order to keep getting them in your newsfeed.

      2nd – If you go to http://fb.com/thefarmerslamp (this is a link to your FB page) you’ll see the like button.

      OR if you scroll to the bottom of the page, you’ll see our FB, Pinterest, and G+ profiles.
      I’m excited to have you join The Farmer’s Lamp community on our FB page! Be sure to let me know you’re there!
      Rhonda

  1. Dawn McKnight says

    So happy to have found you via facebook. My husband and I are headed to Neebing, Ontario to homestead on acreage that has been in our family for nearly 60 years. It has been our dream since we married over thirty years ago. An opportunity to retire early has afforded us the opportunity to follow that dream at this time. We relocated from California to our current home in Mississippi 12 years ago due to a job transfer. All of our experiences with gardening and raising animals has been in zones 7 and 8, Neebing is located in zone 4a and in addition to being very different temperature wise, the humidity there is usually around 30 % as opposed to the 80% we are used to here in the south. We are in the process of obtaining permits to build, have a well drilled and determine soil comp etc. We have a trip planned there for the month of May and will make our move there this time next year, We have so many questions…how to handle beehives in such weather, effective, efficient heating for the barn and greenhouse, how dependable is solar and wind power and the associated equipment hold up in the frigid cold of winter? Currently researching best crops for the area..we are considering apples as our main crop. We have decided to raise Highland cattle and Romney sheep but wonder how our chickens will handle the winter cold. I look forward to reading all of your posts, articles and answers to questions posed by others. Excited to learn about your journey!!!

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