August 25, 2016

The garlic is just about finished curing. The late tomatoes are finally coming on. Tiny green beans hang on their plants. The cucumbers are happily climbing their trellises, but the summer squash and zucchini have been decimated by the prolific squash bugs. Despite our...

August 17, 2016

t has been a pretty normal week on the farm. We've been weeding, watering, planting fall crops, and processing chickens. The challenge of the week is the broken down skid steer which has Bill a little perplexed. 

This morning Liam took me and Pixie foraging to harvest w...

August 6, 2016

The past week is kind of a blur to me as I spent several days in Milwaukee welcoming the newest member of our family, my niece – Margot. With her black hair, soft sweet skin, and ability to make her voice heard, she’s a lovely melding of my strong, intelligent, beautif...

August 3, 2016

This week we harvested our garlic crop. We had 325 ft of garlic planted – 1900 bulbs not counting the green and fresh garlic we’ve been pulling the last few weeks. This is the biggest harvest we’ve ever had. We planted it in November and then kind of forget about it un...

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