Lambs, Calves and Chicks pipping.
Callie, one of our Herefords calved on April 6th and both Callie and her calf are doing great. They have had a check up by the vet. Thank you to Lori and Jim Enright of the American Kunekune Breeders Association and Olde Reminisce Farms.
Oven roaster pigs are ready: They have a finished weight of 18-20lbs and perfect for the oven, luau pit or open fire-spit-rotisserie.
Whole KuneKune pigs are available for whole luau pigs or you can have them cut and wrapped into convenient packaging. These have become a very popular meat here at Rainbow Ranch Farms and again we thank the Lori and Jim Enright for working closely with us to establish strong hertage lines of the finest quality heritage Kunekune pork in the U.S.A. today.
English Hogs: Old Spots, Berkshires, Hampshires, Landrace are now available as market-size hogs, for all your pork dinners.
Turkeys are setting and poults are scheduled to start pipping on May 2nd. We have a limited amount of turkeys this year and only pre-orders will be guaranteed. late orders and last minute orders, will not be accepted.
This year you can order by the size or by the breed.
Blue Slate - Bourbon Red - Chocolate - Narragansett - White Holland - Royal palm - Eastern Wild - Rio Grande Wild - Terroir Desert Gold - Terroir Desert Platinum.
Eggs are in season: If you would like to pick-up farm fresh eggs, please call 1-760-868-6206 and make an appointment to stop by and pick-up. At this time we have chicken eggs. Ducks and turkeys are setting and those eggs are currently not available. Thank you for your patience.
Crops are in the ground and some have began to sprout:
heirloom (non-G.M.O)cantaloupe - watermelon - zucchini - butternut squash - pumpkin - carrot - radish - beets - potatoes - peppers - egg plant and Mustard Greens -
The following greens will be planted after the last frost:
Heirloom (non-G.M.O)Kale - Cabbage - Broccoli - collards - spinach - lettuce and a few more.
We will have at least one goat and one lamb each month available! Thank you to Marco S. for coming out and BBQ'ing up delicious samples, to perfection.
We will begin infrastructure on our pasture-ranch in Summit Valley, CA. soon. We are waiting for 2 new solar-power poles to go in and then we dig a water well. Our ranch at the Summit Valley location, sits on the mojave river, so it coild virtually be dug by hand, or shovel. LOL!
Thank you to all our volunteers, and participants. To check on the latest CDFA developments, for CSA, farm stand and Farmers Markets regulations, please contact the C.D.F.A.