Zweber Farm Vlog
I am starting a Zweber Farm Vlog! (officially January 1st) What the heck is a vlog you ask? It is a video blog. Vlogging has become super popular over the past couple of years. Maybe you have a favorite vlogger? I would love for you to share in the comments.
In all honesty, taking a video of what is happening on the farm is a lot easier than typing a blog and editing pictures. I will be posting the videos weekly on the Zweber Farms’ YouTube channe-l and doing a monthly complilation of them here on our website. I will also be sharing them on our Facebook page. No matter how you like to get Zweber Farms’ updates, you will be able to see the behind the scenes of daily (weekly) life here on the farm.
The goal is to upload them once a week and then do a weekly YouTube live video where you can ask me questions.
To prepare myself for this new farm vlog adventure, I have been uploading a few videos. Here is one I did with our pigs.
So what do you think? Do you like watching vlogs? Or is written content still your thing? I promise I won’t completely give up on the blog here or our daily posts on Facebook.
Small Business Saturday
I want to thank everyone who came out to our Small Business Saturday event. We have a great turn out. Today, Tim, the kids and I delivered the donated toys and books to the Southern Valley Alliance for Battered Women. This shelter is a great service for those women and children who need a safe place.
We still have a few (just a few) holiday hams left for sale. We have half and quarter size available. If you are looking for a juicy, humanely raised holiday ham, we can hook you up. Give us a call at 952-461-3428 to order and arrange a pick up time. We also have ground beef, a variety of pork cuts and chickens available at this time. Our hens are just coming out of their slow season, so egg availability is picking up. Just give us a call before you come to make sure we have some for you.
So I hope you will join me as we share more about our farm with all of you! Thank you for supporting family farms like ours.
Blessings on your new venture!