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March Newsletter

March has been a weird month as far as weather goes. We got really hot really early. Spring caught us by surprise. I never thought we would want rain again but it turned off dry. I heard someone say that the only time farmers aren't hoping for rain was when it was raining. That certainly wasn't true this past winter and we still have remnants from the big storm in October and many rainy days since. The wet fields delayed getting ready to plant the spring crops. Now we're playing catch up but hopefully everything will be planted on time....

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February Newsletter

February Newsletter February is the shortest month of the year but yet seems like it goes on and on forever. It's been another wet month. It makes me wonder will we ever dry out. The fields are wet, the ditches are full as is the pond. There is just no place for the water to go. It makes preparing for planting a very difficult task. In keeping with sharing farm and family history, Linda has written the following about the Legares and sheep. It's a little long but a great story. Sheep. Sheep have been a part of life on our...

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January 2016

January NewsletterHappy New Year from everyone at the farm. This is a slow time of year on the farm. As always we have to feed and water animals. We're planting vegetables for the winter CSA and the regular season CSA. We'll be starting deliveries for the Winter the week of February 15 and then the regular season should start towards the end of April. We've been selling a lot of barbeque pigs lately and have plenty more. If you're planning a Super Bowl party, maybe a pig roast would be something to consider. Roasting pigs are the Special this Month...

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November Newsletter 2014

November Newsletter Things are finally starting to slow down on the farm. We have finished the Pumpkin Patch and the Fall Harvest Dinner. We had more people than ever at the Pumpkin Patch this year. We set record numbers on at least 2 days. I felt like I was driving a hayride tractor in my sleep. We only had one day that the school field trips got backed up. We're always glad when the field trips go smoothly. So season number 13 of the Pumpkin Patch is in the books now. This was the 7th year for the Fall Harvest...

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October Newsletter 2014

October Newsletter 2014 Wow, what a busy month October is. I love October because the weather is usually cooler, of course that hasn’t been true so far this October. We hardly have time to enjoy the nicer weather. We are so crazy busy now. The Pumpkin Patch opened on the 4th and I started delivering CSA vegetables on the 7th.  We’re getting ready for the Fall Harvest Dinner on Nov. 2nd too.  We are getting winter vegetables ready to plant. It’s hard to believe we’ve been doing the Pumpkin Patch for 13 years. It takes a lot of time and...

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