Your’s Truly, Tinia Lucas CREAMER:
I am originally from Ranger, WV where I called a little store known as Lucas Grocery home for my first years. I graduated Marshall University in 2011.
I love what is old, real and sometimes what is fancy. 3 fellows call me their unschooling, volunteering, Jesus Loving Kind of Hippie Libertarian Wordsmith of a mom.
Then, the other half of the Story: John Creamer
My farming fellow is a former US Marine SGT (2000-2004) and hails from Clearwater, Florida. He also graduated from Marshall University, but found self employment in a Trade field much more his calling. His 7am to 6pm company is BEZ Heating and Cooling and Refrigeration in Huntington, WV (HVAC heating and cooling company bezhvac.weebly.com).
Why Lucas Farm when, if you didn’t know, our last name is Creamer? Our farm’s name has a story. . . this page.
Life should be worth living. You should do things that matter and chance and impact every single day.
We love being able to meet people along this journey, and we are so thankful for the advice, help, and friendship we’ve found from others who are also living a similar lifestyle. We would love to talk to you if you’re interested in learning from us or have insight to share!
We believe in raw milk – www.rawmilkwv.com, and I have worked for years and will continue to do so for raw milk legalization in this state.
As a note: I’ve spent almost two decades as an ova-lacto vegetarian (and even a vegan),
yet I am a HUGE supporter of raising your own animals and getting away from commercially raised and slaughtered animals.
We follow Christ here on the farm. . .not a religion.
“There is a living God; He has spoken in the Bible. He means what He says and will do all He has promised.”
– Hudson Taylor, a missionary to China (and this is the sum of f what I believe to be true
“Also he built towers in the desert, and digged many wells: for he had much cattle, both in the low country,
and in the plains: husbandmen also, and vine dressers in the mountains, and in the Carmel: for he loved husbandry.” – 2 Chronicles 26:10
I grew up having regular cows milk. My grandmother would skim the top later on when he sat in ice box bout a day, and use it for coffee creamer. Fould your story about farming interested.ReplyDelete