At Tulipwood, everyone since great-grandfather George W. Gray has left their mark. It is a place full of life - through the years there have been wild Guinea hens with their keets, domesticated keets too that we picked up from a lady in Pennsylvania, so small and fuzzy, they fit into the palm of your hand...rapidly growing chicks, turkeys that loiter outside the kitchen door, a rooster named Buster and a white hen named Lucy who took some time adjusting to each other. There are the small pleasures and first times, like the first blueberry of the season, the important task of summer gardening and the battle against the woodchucks, weeding the new garden with its very tall deer fence, seeing the chickens play outside in the grass selecting worms and fighting over tortellini scraps...and the anticipation of robbing the honeybees for the first time every year. We hope you enjoy what we produce here as much as we enjoy producing it.

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