Thursday, February 3, 2011

Farm Friend Friday #1


Hi farm friends, as promised, here is the inaugural Farm Friend Friday Linky party. All you farm loving bloggers can link up here on Friday’s to share posts about your farm: house, cooking, crafting, animals, gardening, photography and more. It will be a great way to meet new farm friends and see lots of different views and perspectives on farm life. We can’t wait to see all the posts shared, so here are the directions:

1. Post your Farm Friend Friday story
2. Copy the link to that post from your url browser
3. Click below on “Click here to enter”
4. Type your name or blog name in the Linky box
5. Paste the url for that post in the Linky box
6. Right click on the Farm Friend Friday button and do “save as” to your computer
7. Upload the picture/button to your post and add the following link: www.verdefarm.com or
8. Just link back to Farm Friend Friday by posting the link
9. This will allow others to come back here to see all the other posts shared

That should just about do it but if you have any issues you can e-mail us at verdefarms@gmail.com. I’m going to re-post something from the past just to get us going. Go visit each of the blogs and share the farm love.

We can’t wait to see your posts so let’s get this party started. Bring on the farm life.


36 comments:

Tete said...

Hi Amy- Just came by to wish you the best on your blog party. I don't have any farm animals anymore, but I know many on here do and this is going to be a great party to do for them. I will enjoy reading all about their farm families!
Hugs- Tete

Kritter Keeper at Farm Tails said...

Oh what a beautiful button that is! This will be great fun to meet other farm folks.

Fishtail Cottage said...

Amy! Love this... It will be so fun to visit farms & see how beautiful the life they live is. I recently got chickens & excited to share them! Not sure how many times I can keep posting about them, but will link up as often as possible!!! Xoxo
I'm your newest follower & will add your link to my "parties" tomorrow!!!

Maura @ Lilac Lane Cottage said...

Love this Amy! I stayed up late getting my post done and then thought I had linked up but it wasn't there when I got up this morning. I finally got it on here though so I'm 'good to go'. I'm looking forward to visiting everyone! Hope your day is a good one. Maura :)

Cheryl Ann said...

Hubby and I don't own a farm, but I DO board my 5 horses at a ranch up in the mountains. May I participate? I have lots of stories about my goofy horses!!! In 5-7 years when we retire, I want to move to a farm and raise my own vegetables and grow flowers!!! I come from a LONG line of farmers!

texwisgirl said...

Oh lordy, Amy! Thanks for feeding my farm blog addiction with even MORE blogs to follow! I'm trying to scale back and you're just shoveling more coal onto the flames!

katiegirl said...

Thanks Amy! What a neat idea! :-)

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

Thanks Amy for the invitation to your party! I may have messed up my link, tho. Just in case anyone wants to drop by, just clink on my name above this comment. I welcome all visitors! Have fun at the party! ~Cheryl

C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Hi Amy, I am so happy to have found your blog!... I came over from Chris's place at Red Gate Farm... I love the farm lifestyle and have always lived in the country, and in a farmhouse setting... I am linking a post I did about a week ago, hope that is ok!... This is so much fun!... I am also signing on as a new follower... xoxo Julie Marie

Kim said...

Amy!! thanks so much for the invitation to join Farm Friend Friday...I hope I did everything right. All the links seem to be working fine. thanks again..can't wait to read all the posts!!

Kim

Nancy K. said...

This is going to be awesome, Amy! Good Job!

What a fun and easy way to discover new blogs. Now, all I need is a little TIME...

Have a great weekend!

Marilyn said...

I love your blog!!
I am so excited to read through your posts and find other great farm blogs :)
Thank you SO much :D

Fi said...

Thanks for the great party Amy! I've now got lots of great blogs to check out :)

thecrazysheeplady said...

This has been fun. I found a couple new favorite blogs :-). Thanks!

Judy said...

Hi Amy, Thanks for hosting this.

Dog Trot Farm said...

Amy, what a great idea! I am looking forward to reading everyone's farm stories. My favorite post of all time is the story of your little broody bantam who adopted the light bulb. Could you please share this story again. Thinking of you from snowy Maine, Julie

From Beyond My Kitchen Window said...

I can't wait to read all about the farm parties. Great idea Amy!!

Windy Meadows Farm said...

Sorry I missed all the fun...next time for sure! I can't wait to catch up with all the farms; what fun!

Nancy said...

Just now finding time to try and visit some of these awesome farm blogs.

Great turn-out, Amy. Looking forward to meeting these nice folks. :)

Red Gate Farm said...

Amy great first linky party!!! I'm going to spend some time this evening looking at all the other participents :)

Chris

Kim said...

Amy, what fun it has been to get to know other farmgirl today! Thanks!

Buttons said...

A very cool idea. I will come back next Friday. I am reading this late Friday night. I have a farm and a blog so I guess I can join.I did a posts on barns today and just found you from another friend link. Thank you. B

Rural Rambler said...

Great idea Amy and I am loving reading the stories. I promise to participate when my blogging mojo comes back. I don't know where it went. For now I will just read and enjoy!

Comeca Jones said...

What fun Im having just looking@ everyones stories. Hope you are enjoying them as well!

Sharon Lovejoy said...

Love the farm animals, but here I am a country girl stuck in a city for half of every year.

Country in my heart,

Sharon Lovejoy Writes from Sunflower House and a Little Green Island

dianelumadue said...

Just wondering if anyone is going to the Small Farm Conference in Morgantown? I am interested in going and live near St Albans.

flowerweaver said...

How fun! I'm a day late, but happy to be able to join your launch. I will look forward to 'visiting' the other farms.

Brenda Kula said...

Oh, I want to live on a farm. And have chickens and silence and no highways at all.
Brenda

My Farmhouse Kitchen said...

hi amy...saw you at october farm today...you're so cute...queen of dip made me laugh....

i love your farm friendly friday

i don't know what happened to me...i haven't been in a blogging mood lately and don't know why either...it's happened before and i got my juice eventually :-{

happy to stop by here for a visit today, my farm friend

sending farmy love,
kary and teddy and all the gang at Farmhouse Kitchen
xxx

Rebecca said...

I so would love to do this but it will have to wait until we get power again! There is only so much I can do with this IPad -I certainly feel like we are living in the 1800's! Hope to catch up with you soon!

Rebecca said...

I so would love to do this but it will have to wait until we get power again! There is only so much I can do with this IPad -I certainly feel like we are living in the 1800's! Hope to catch up with you soon!

kenleighacres.com said...

So sorry I missed it this week! I will definitely be back next week. Thank you for hosting Farm Friend Friday - I am loving all of the blogs :)

dogsmom said...

Wow- another great party and lots of links to explore. This will keep me busy all week.
I hope to join in next time.
Thank you.

Canyon Girl said...

It's going to be fun to visit new farms. I can't help but wonder who you find time for everything. -- Inger

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

What a fun meme, I just stopped over from Dogs Mom Learning to Blog. I added your party to my list of weekly parties on my side bar. Don't know how often I'll be able to participate since I'm in Philly (far from the farm), but I'll stop back after work to read all about it:@)

Metzger Farm said...

Hi Amy,
I found your blog today and added our farm to your Friday list. We're in rural northcentral Pennsylvania where it's cold and snowy today but our chickens are warm and snug in their coop and we're excited about spring!