I am a teacher turned farmer. I own a lavender farm with miniature cows and 60 plus laying hens. We have a barn store as well as an online store featuring our lavender products that are handmade here on the farm. We invite people to come feed the cows, gather eggs from our coop and pick fragrant lavender from our field, Since I am a special education teacher we welcome those who are unique and learn differently. We love sharing how to make a profit from growing a small business and have business coaching available if interested.
Accepted Methods of Payment
can be check cash or credit card
Product Delivery Options
Can be picked up at the farm during farm hours.
Shipping is done through usps.
16811 West Deno Road, medical lake, Spokane County, Washington, 99022, United States of America
from spokane go through Airway heights, After light at Fairchild AFB turn right on Dover and then take right on Deno. look for sign on Deno Road
Schedule: Inquire with the seller about the hours for this location
Its a beautiful day and my chickens have decided to have a bath. A dust bath that is. Chickens tend to search out the softest and fluffiest dirt in the yard and then roll like crazy in it, stirring up little dust storms until they are completely covered. Evidently this keeps the bugs off them and cleans their feathers. Something like a dry shampoo I guess. Anyways I am sitting here in the sun observing little dust devils all around me and laughing at the hens antics. These simple things on a farm are what makes it so nice when you spend the day laughing at hens dusting themselves or calves chasing kittens. ( that was yesterdays antics I watched) I wouldn't trade it for the world. Farm living is fun and funny and fabulous