Two more darling little additions to the herd arrived recently! Mindy had twins boys who are been named 1st and 2nd Timothy. We have been blessed over and over. We hope you can meet these sweet boys soon.
Naomi and Joseph! Two new and adorable additions to the Luther Glen Farm!
At 6 o’clock Sunday night 3 year old pygmy goat Esther’s water broke and she began to push. We saw a little black nose with two hooves and then she stuck her tongue out at us.
Within 15 minutes this precious little girl was born. Her brother took a little longer to fully come into this world, and needed a little assistance from Lauri and Beth.
After a little food Esther had the energy to make the final push and he was out. We tickled his nose with a piece of hay, he sneezed and with that he took his first breaths!
Our campers were able to take a peek at these babies today and were amazed at how the kids were walking and skipping about. So much joy and life here at the Luther Glen Farm!
It’s our favorite time of year – Summer Camp!
There is so much excitement and learning that happens on-site during summer camp and we love to watch it and be a part of it.
With daily farm sessions offered – campers have opportunities to really get hands-on in the farm and garden. We are thankful for how enthusiastically they embrace this opportunity. Thankful for this cool confirmation camp crew!
Mark your calendars folks!
It’s that time of year again where we roll up our sleeves and get service projects going at both of your local Lutheran Bible Camps.
Can’t wait to see you there!
Summer days on the farm are long and hot and hard. The sun is early to rise, late to set and eager to beat down on us endlessly. But it’s also full of harvest and hands-on work and life. This summer there will be new life – two goats are expecting kids in July and we are expecting a whole ton of summer campers!
Be looking out for lots of updates on all the good things coming up.
Do you enjoy farm fresh eggs?! We do too! We want to get as many fresh Luther Glen eggs as possible out into our community, but we need your help! If you have any dozen sized egg cartons to spare- we would love to take them off your hands! If you or your congregation collect cartons, let us know!
The planning and planting for our summer campers is well in the works! Yesterday over 50 seedlings were moved out of the greenhouse and planted in the garden including: cucumbers, tomatoes, honeydew, watermelon, cantaloupe, sugar snap peas and basil! It’s shaping up to be a produce filled and delicious summer season!