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Rob Fetters Barn Concert

Rob Fetters Barn Concert

It’s not often you get to know your heroes. You get older and jaded and figure out you were dead wrong. You hero is somehow even better than you imagined. As a bit of background, most of you know that Al was, long ago, a […]

Winter Snowstorms

Winter Snowstorms

The Seattle area usually gets a few days of snow each year, especially at slightly higher elevations. This year, we have had 2 weeks in a row of particularly heavy snows, with the added benefit of reasonably comfortable temperatures and even some blue sky. Until […]

New Foster Horses

New Foster Horses

Welcome Cruiser and Bailey! These regal old horse-friends join us from our old neighbors at Sammamish Animal Sanctuary. Cruiser is well over 30, and Bailey in her late 20s, and super sweet tempered. They’ll have a little visit with us at Half Full Farm while […]

New Baby Foster Goats

New Baby Foster Goats

  There is a wonderful organization in our area – the Puget Sound Goat Rescue. In addition to rescuing goats from local slaughterhouses and taking in dozens of dairy & breeder cull babies every year, Puget Sound Goat Rescue takes in goats whose owners are […]

Atticus!

Atticus!

Nothing and nobody compares to a rescue dog…possibly to any dog, but especially to a rescue dog.  Atticus is now almost eight (or so we surmise), and has been with us for the past seven years.  We found Atticus, like our prior dog Maizy, on petfinder.com,  […]

No-Waste Goat Feeder

No-Waste Goat Feeder

We love our rescue goats. Seriously, we love them. Each has their own distinct personality, their own look, their own endearing qualities. Goats are awesome. But all three of them share one terrible trait: they are profligate hay wasters.  Half of any given hay bale […]

Baby Chick Season

Baby Chick Season

Each spring, our nearby farm & feed store (The Grange in Issaquah) starts getting supplies of various chicken varieties, starting in early February and continuing until May. Given we recently lost 5 of our beloved hens, we are looking ahead to increasing the size of […]