August 19 is the last Fiber Day of the season as well as the Christmas in August Craft Fair. Local fiber artisans will anchor the Craft Fair. This is a great opportunity to purchase yarns, roving, raw fiber, baskets, and an array of knit, woven, and felted goods. Come and meet the artisans who often[…]
The Grayson County Fair will be held August 13 and 14. Thanks to Bottomley’s Evergreens and Farms for hosting the Fair at their warehouse in Elk Creek again this year. Bring your entries to Bottomley’s THIS Thursday August 12 from 7am to 7pm. The Fair has a full range of competitions this year. Do you[…]
It’s always a pleasure to host the World Changers 4H club at the Market. They will be showing some of their small animals, practicing public speaking and selling crafts as well. I hope you’ll stop by and show your support for this talented group of young people.
There is still plenty of time to enter the Grayson County Fair.! It’s August 10 from 9am to 3pm and the Youth Livestock show begins on Friday August 9 from 5-8pm and again during the Fair from 9-3pm on August 10. If you have poultry, goats, beef or diary cows or sheep you’d like to[…]
Plan to attend the Grayson County Fair August 10 from 9am to 3pm and the Youth Livestock show on Friday August 9 from 5-8pm and again during the Fair from 9-3pm on August 10. You don’t have to enter the Fair to come enjoy the fun! While you are enjoying the livestock show and everything[…]
The Grayson County Fair will be held Saturday August 10 from 9am to 3 pm at Bottomley’s Farm and Evergreens in Elk Creek. The Youth Livestock will begin Friday August 9 at 6pm. at the same location. It will continue Saturday August 10 from 9am to 3 pm. The Fair has added several new competitions[…]
Please join us this Friday,September 21 for a small animal show. The World Changers 4H club will be bringing their small animals to the Market. The kids will display and talk about their livestock. This gives them an opportunity to practice their public speaking and showmanship skills. Part of the goal is to help build[…]
I. Understanding Why Egg Laying Stops
The winter slack in egg laying is not usually about temperature. Unless it is bitterly cold–for example, below 0˚F–chickens usually do just fine in the cold. The real problem is the changes in their environment that come with the winter.