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November 13 and 20, 2017 FARM NEWS


Last week was one of the rare weeks in which I was unable to get the weekly blog posted. There has been a problem loading photos from the WordPress media library on to the blog. I have no idea what is wrong. … Continue reading

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November 6, 2017 FARM NEWS


Another fine wet week as we go slowly but steadily down the thermometer towards winter.  The temperatures have actually been quite good mostly and that has allowed us to get work done even though it is sometimes wet. Still cabbages … Continue reading

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October 30, 2017 FARM NEWS


Last week was the last week for the Community Shared Agriculture (CSA) vegetable pickups here at the farm. We had run 17 weeks of pickups though we had hoped to have done 20 weeks. We really could not do any … Continue reading

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OCTOBER 23, 2017 FARM NEWS


Another week of excellent weather. Short days make it less than perfect but then it is past mid October and only two rather light frosts. The warmth and dry this past week has allowed us to get a lot done though much … Continue reading

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October 16, 2017 FARM NEWS


The weather has been quite good for us as it has been reasonably warm and we’ve had a good amount of rain. We still have some things growing and in need of warmth and rain; beets, leeks, Swiss Chard, broccoli, … Continue reading

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October 9, 2017 FARM NEWS


One of our loved work horses died this past week.  Our Belgian Mare ‘Marie’ was about 30 years old. She had been quite thin and we’d started giving her a small amount of oats each day to try to get … Continue reading

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October 1, 2017 FARM NEWS


Happy October and we seem to have gotten a frost early Sunday morning, with the temperature down to just above zero. The sweet peppers, zucchini, tomatoes, some tomatillos and of course the tender basil were all badly affected. We think that … Continue reading

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