Publications

While the Iron Oak Farm blog is our home for all things farming, you can also find examples of my writing, photography and artwork in the following posts, articles and publications. ~Jennifer Sartell

Participated in Goat Gab question and answer panel as a "Goat Specialist". Hosted by Manna Pro and Orscheln . April 30th, 2015 6-7 CST 



Participated in Goat Gab question and answer panel as a "Goat Specialist". Hosted by Manna Pro and Rural King. July 8th, 2015 6-7 CST 


 2015 Summer Edition In Season Magazine: My photographs and article, Planning for an Extended Strawberry Season appeared on pages 28-33.

Mother Earth News April-May 2015 issue. My photo appeared in the column by Editor-in-Chief, Cheryl Long, A Better Way to Water Chickens. page 90

2015 Spring Edition In Season Magazine: My photographs and article, Basic Rabbit Care and photographs appeared on pages 44-49. 

I am a regular columnist for The Hearty Homestead Blog by Manna Pro. My goat care articles can be found there monthly. 

2015 Special February Issue: My article, Maple Syrup Candies, photographs and  recipe appeared on pages10-11.

2014 In Season Holiday Issue My article, Sweet Memories, photographs and White Chocolate Fudge with Candied Cherries, Dried Apricot and Pistachios recipe appeared on pages 34-35

My photographs and article Deboning a Chicken appear in the 2015 Grit Country Skills Series, Guide to Backyard Chickens, pages 58-59

My photographs and article Eight Ways Chickens Enrich My Life appear in the Spring 2015 Capper's Farmer, pages 34-36

I am a regular Columnist to the website Keeping Backyard Bees by the same editors of Grit Magazine, Mother Earth News and Community Chickens. 

Participated in Goat Gab question and answer panel as acting "Goat Expert". Hosted by Manna Pro and Orscheln. June 18th, 2014 6-7 CST

My photographs and article Vinegar to the Rescue appeared in the Summer, 2014 Capper's Farmer Magazine, pages 20-21.

Two of my articles appear in the Hobby Farms Presents Ducks, Second Edition 2014. The first, The Duck Yard is an article that discusses a variety of shelters that ducks can be raised in. It also includes a quiz about basic duck facts. The second is a collection of duck egg recipes and photographs including Pecan Raisin Pound Cake with Salted Butterscotch Sauce, Broiled Italian Eggs with Balsamic Reduction and Toasts, and Steak and Eggs on a Potato Haystack. pages 48-51 and 84-87. 

A photo and excerpt from my article "Feeding the Bees" was used in the Community Buss for Overwintering Bees section of the Volume 2 Grit Barnyard Series Backyard Bees and Honey 2013, page 85

An excerpt and profile photo from my article Making Goat Butter which first appeared in the Grit Blog was featured in the Volume 2 Grit Barnyard Series Guide to Sheep and Goats 2013 page 5

 My article and photographs were featured in the 4th Edition of Grit's Guide to Backyard Chickens 2013.  

Talkin' Turkey pages 92-94

2 of my articles and photographs appear in The Popular Farming Series Magabook, Chickens Volume 1, 2nd Edition. From the Editors of Hobby Farm Magazine.  

A Choice of Chickens pages 30-35
Day 1 to Day 21. pages 42-50

I am a regular contributor to the Grit Magazine Blog. My posts can be found weekly at their site. 


Grit Country Magazine, a bi-monthly, online publication. My article Deboning the Chicken was featured in their August, 2012 issue: page 12, Volume 1, Issue 3

 I am also a regular contributor to Community Chickens, by the same editors as Grit Magazine and Mother Earth News. My posts can be found bi-weekly at their site.

The Upsetter, a bi-monthly blacksmith publication/newsletter distributed by MABA, (Michigan Artist Blacksmith Association) where The Blacksmith's Hands and pencil drawing were published in their June 2008 issue.





FROM SCRATCH Magazine An online publication for the Modern Homesteader. My article Spinning Your Own Yarn was Published in the January/February 2013 issue, pages 42-45.


 New England Cheesemaking Supply Company, Goat's Milk Ricotta from Iron Oak Farm, an interview of our farm and cheesemaking experience, with a guest post on goat milk Ricotta. January 19, 2013.

Common Sense Homesteading, guest post Getting Started Beekeeping, Iron Oak Farm's First Hive, a guest post detailing our experience with setting up a bee hive, and our first year's experience with bees. September 2012.


Iron Oak Farm was given a small mention in the HOUR Detroit April 2012, Spring Fashion issue where our eggs were used in a photo shoot to accompany the article Pick of the Chicks in the Food & Drink section. (page 14, 41-43) The article discussed the quality of taste and nutrition of eggs laid by free range hens.

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