We are building a new storehouse… using stone from under the ground, local timber and tyre flip windows created by Epin…
We are very proud to have Anwar on board as our new head organic gardener. He has so much knowledge, dedication and such a good work ethic. (Kami sangat bangga bekerja dengan Anwar sebagai petani organik muda. Dia memiliki begitu banyak pengetahuan, dedikasi dan etika kerja yang bagus). Anwar says: “I have a dream… to … More Meet Anwar – our head organic gardener
Building the roof for the aquaponics New beds
Jeplin is an awesome all rounder with skills in building, engineering, working with bamboo, and ensuring that visions and dreams come to life. Most of all Jeplin is a people person who relates so well to people from many walks of life, backgrounds, languages and cultures. It is a delight to watch him listen and … More Meet Jeplin – our general manager
5 Eyes Farm is growing – not just the food but the whole place. We have acquired more land around the farm and have started expanding. The seed house is completed. The compost house is completed. We are most way through the large scale aquaponics build and we are doing more work with roads and … More Making progress
We have finished building the seed house. We are now building the compost house… Composting is a vital aspect of all our production, its what makes an organic farm work. The local community is interested in collaborating on the composting and bringing clean green waste to add to what we have.
Said to be possibly the most coveted chicken breed on the globe, the Ayam Cemani (Java Chicken) is a heritage breed with unusual pigmentation. They have a dominant gene that causes hyperpigmentation (Fibromelanosis), making the chicken entirely black; including feathers, beak, and internal organs. Consequently, they are highly prised for their eggs and for use in rituals and […]
We call it BlueBee Honey… And despite what you might think, urban bee keeping is relatively easy. I suppose we cheated a bit because we’ve bought our hive nucleus ready made each time we have started a hive. This means we get a box with a colony in it and a healthy queen, honey and brood […]
Our new windmill is here to tell us which way the wind blows. We will be making some wind power models to help produce energy in future and to work as pumps.
First, lets acknowledge the hard work of the 12 men who have been setting up the infrastructure of the farm. Rock breakers, wall builders, excavators, carriers, labourers, carpenters and all out hard workers. Next lets talk about GIRL POWER. The women have been amazing and truly there would be little to show for the organic farming … More Girl Power