Manna Farm Update

There has been a lot going on at the farm lately. I was released by the dr to begin working again there has been lots to get done. I’ve been blessed to have help from Paul Prashnik the last couple of weeks. We went this week and bought some goats to begin working on our cross breeding program for our farm in Haiti. We are working to develop a breed that produce large quantities of both milk and meat and is parasite resistant. 

We bought several Nubian does to breed with our beautiful Kiko buck “Hercules”. 
We also bought a Boer doe and a Nigerian doe. 
We also have been working on the gardens. We have lots of tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, okra, peas, lettuce, zucchini, and squash that are beginning to produce right now. 

 We had 8 loads of wood chips and leaves dumped at the farm this week that we will be using for composting over the winter. 
We have begun a new project learning how to raise Black soldier fly larvae for composting our pig manure and turning it into a valuable feed for the chickens that’s 42% protein!  I will be putting a full blog post about this neat process. This is just the beginning of what has been going on.  I will be giving more updates from the farm soon. We recently built a video studio at the church building for shooting our training videos and our Bible training videos. We should start videoing in two weeks!!!

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