Page River Bottom Farm:
A Photo Album
There's nothing better than a photo album to give you an inside look at what's up on the farm. It's a great way to get a feel for what it takes to raise pastured meats and eggs. We try to take pictures periodically of new animals, reclaiming our farmland as farmland, and things we're creating as we go along.
Below you'll see some of our photographs, and beside each, some description. Each photo is a clickable link to a slideshow. The slideshows are all about two to three minutes, and a fun way to see how we're doing. We'll try to update these periodically with new pictures.
Have fun checking them out!
NOTE: The slideshows are .MOV files and can be watched using QuickTime's free program download. If you don't have QuickTime, you can get the free download at
If you have a Macintosh, click on the link that says "Get Quicktime for Macintosh." If you have a PC, click on the link that says "Get Quicktime for Windows."
New! Our Berkshire Pigs!
For those who've been anxiously awaiting the addition of pork to our offerings, we now have Berkshire pigs. Click on the picture at the left to see a slideshow of these Heritage pigs.
These photos show us reclaiming an old orchard and converting it back to pasture. Click the picture to view the slideshow.
These photos show our pastured heritage chickens, from three days old to sixteen weeks old. Click the picture to view the slideshow.
These photos show the building of our barn. Click the picture to view the slideshow.
These photos show our egg mobile, or chicken wagon, being created. A chicken wagon lets us house the chickens on fresh pasture all the time. When one section needs a rest, we can simply move the wagon on to the next pasture. In the meantime, the chickens have shelter and a place to rest and lay eggs. Click the picture to view the slideshow.
These photos show our house and gardens. Click the picture to view the slideshow.
Here's a short slideshow of our first cattle arriving, once the pasture was ready. Click the picture to see it.
These photos show our Maremma guard dogs, from four weeks old to eleven months old, and still growing. We now only have Carlo, since Bella moved to a neighbor's farm to guard goats. Click the picture to view the slideshow.
NEW to our photo album! A slideshow of how we built our mobile brooder. Click the picture to see the slideshow.
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