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Mistakes and the Unexpected

It has really picked up speed on the farm the last couple weeks.  New structures have gone up, baby chicks have arrived, thousands of plants have been put in the ground, and even more seeds.  At least half of the … Continue reading

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The Greenhouse

At first I somewhat disliked the greenhouse, its grungy plastic, its crowded interior, and how tedious and high maintenance it is to work with (taking the sides down when it gets too warm and putting up a “tent” inside when … Continue reading

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It’s Garlic Time!

Happy garlic season! Many weeks have passed since scapes and green garlic, and we are so excited for garlic to be back in our lives! Last year, we unfortunately lost most of our garlic crop in the curing process due … Continue reading

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Veggie of the month: Peas!

Greetings folks.  We’ve been so busy here that the blog has been neglected.  I’ve finally had some time to get a veggie of the month post in…enjoy! Veggie of the month: Peas! Here at the farm, we are about to … Continue reading

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Spring Progress

Happy Memorial Day Folks!  We hope everyone had an enjoyable weekend.  We were lucky enough to have friends visiting and even got out on a pontoon boat Saturday afternoon.  It was nice to take a break from the farm and … Continue reading

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Spring…It’s here!

I can tell it’s spring-time just by the fact it’s been a month since I posted here.  The weather has finally warmed up into summer like conditions and we are busy!  It’s been nice not to worry so much about … Continue reading

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Veggie of the month…Parsnips

Today I want to focus on one of my favorite root vegetables.  I’m pretty sure the parsnip is under-loved because most grocery store ones are bland and possibly bitter.  If you are not a parsnip lover, I’d recommend either trying … Continue reading

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