Slaymaker Acres
Here in central Minnesota, on a couple of acres of land, the ground is frozen 5 months
out of the year.  This may sound like a bad thing, but winter gives us a break and a
chance to eat all that we have grown.  Our mission is to grow and raise most of our
food with enough extra to barter.  We also have plans to become energy independent.  
We produce:
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Back Patio
Garden in August
Bee Hives
2006 Garden Design
Honey - ~50 gallons of primarily basswood honey ready in late August
Eggs - 4 dozen a week (less in the winter when days are short)
Veggies - All the organic vegetables that we can eat plus some
Fruits - Primarily apples, but also cherries, plums, apricots, and pears
Berries - Blueberry, Raspberry, Strawberry, Gooseberry, & Honeyberry
Flowers - Primarily annuals that bloom in August & Sept.  
Applejack - Latest hobby for processing all the extra apples
Chickens
The Hobby Farm