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Population Reduction 2012 (Codex Alimentarius)

Blog: Rainbow Ranch Farms   -   Tuesday January 25, 2011   -   By Poly

Thank you to Melioped, this is a very informative video. Population Reduction 2012 (Codex Alimentarius) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h93lkcv6Ees&feature=related

Small Growers Still need to Speak Out on S. 510

Blog: Elliott Family Farm   -   Sunday December 13, 2009   -   By Samuel

S. 510, the Food Safety Modernization Act of 2009 could expand the FDA’s power to oversee agricultural production, a function historically done by the USDA. What this means to small producers, CSA’s and other market garden operations is unclear. In its current...

September 2009

Blog: Shoving Leopard Farm   -   Wednesday September 16, 2009   -   By Marina

News from the garden It’s September first but if feels like the 30th already.  The temperature dropped into the forties last night and I spied a few of the hens bringing out their knitting needles and Awesome Farm yarn to make little egg-hats and tiny...

August 2009

Blog: Shoving Leopard Farm   -   Wednesday September 16, 2009   -   By Marina

News from the garden Rokeby appears to have been transported to the Pacific Northwest.  The consistent and heavy rains are taking a toll on the heat-loving crops, particularly the tomatoes, some of which are affected by late blight.  Some crops...

June 2009

Blog: Shoving Leopard Farm   -   Wednesday September 16, 2009   -   By Marina

News from the garden Shoving Leopard Farm is about to enter its second CSA pick-up season, and the garden is right on track.  The head lettuces are bulking up; the chard, collards, and kale are ready for the first harvest; radishes, beets, and turnips...

May 2009

Blog: Shoving Leopard Farm   -   Wednesday September 16, 2009   -   By Marina

News form theh garden So much can happen to a garden in a month, and what an unusual month this April has been.  We went from having to cover the seedlings at night to protect them from the frost to having to cover the transplants during the day to...

April 2009

Blog: Shoving Leopard Farm   -   Wednesday September 16, 2009   -   By Marina

News from the garden  Spring has sprung in the Hudson Valley!  Meg’s baby Susanna was born on March 13th, the first spring peepers were heard on the 16th; a carpet of those yellow flowers (small whorled pogonia?) bloomed on the 18th, the first...

Feb 2009

Blog: Shoving Leopard Farm   -   Wednesday September 16, 2009   -   By Marina

News from the garden The syrup days are here!  Our taps are in, and when the sun shines, the sap flows into cans, buckets, and water jugs, soon to be poured onto pancakes as warm syrup. The seeds have arrived and the greenhouse and crop plans are...

On the menu - August 3, 2009

Blog: Sunshine for Dinner   -   Sunday August 09, 2009   -   By Georgiaberry

Slicing Tomatoes Cherry tomatoes ’Black Cherry’ Eggplant Apples 'Golden Delicious' Rosemary Sweet Basil Baby Onions Garlic Potatoes Bell peppers Cucumber ‘Burpless’ Farm fresh eggs

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On the menu this week - July 27, 2009

Blog: Sunshine for Dinner   -   Sunday August 09, 2009   -   By Georgiaberry

Slicing Tomatoes Salad tomatoes – assorted, including ’Black Cherry’, ‘Sun Gold’, ‘Be My Baby’, and romas Eggplant Lemon Grass Rosemary and Sweet Basil Cabbage Garlic Potatoes ‘Kennebec’ Bell peppers Cucumber ‘Burpless’ Farm fresh...

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On the menu this week - July 20, 2009

Blog: Sunshine for Dinner   -   Sunday August 09, 2009   -   By Georgiaberry

Slicing Tomatoes Cherry tomatoes – assorted, including ‘Sun Gold’, ’Black Cherry’, ’Gold Nugget’, ‘Ruby Gold’, ‘Be My Baby’, red cherries and romas Cantaloupe Rosemary and Sweet Basil Cabbage Garlic Potatoes ‘Yukon Gold’ Bell peppers ...

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On the menu this week - July 13, 2009

Blog: Sunshine for Dinner   -   Sunday August 09, 2009   -   By Georgiaberry

Slicing Tomatoes Cherry tomatoes – ‘Sun Gold’ and ‘Black Cherry’ Summer squash Peaches ‘Loring’ and ‘Red Globe’ Rosemary ‘Tuscany’ and sweet basil Cucumber ‘Burpless’ Garlic Farm fresh eggs Potatoes Bell peppers Green onions

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On the menu this week . . . June 29, 2009

Blog: Sunshine for Dinner   -   Saturday July 11, 2009   -   By Georgiaberry

Tomatoes Blackberries Peaches ‘Harken’ Potatoes Rosemary ‘Tuscany’ Garlic Farm fresh eggs Sweet Corn ‘G-90’ Green Beans ‘Kentucky Wonder’ OR Sweet peppers – Bell and banana If you did not get green beans this time, I will give you some...

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On the menu this week . . . July 6, 2009, plus tom...

Blog: Sunshine for Dinner   -   Saturday July 11, 2009   -   By Georgiaberry

Slicing Tomatoes and ‘Sun Gold’ Cherry tomatoes Blackberries Summer squash Rosemary ‘Tuscany’ and basil Cucumber Garlic Farm fresh eggs Sweet Corn Sweet and mild peppers – Bell, banana, and poblano Baby red onions   It is that time of...

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Pigs for Summer 2009

Blog: Red Barn Heirloom Gardens   -   Saturday June 20, 2009   -   By Darren

After much debate and searching we've purchased 4 feeder pigs that are a Duroc / Hampshire cross to raise out for butchering this fall.  We spent a great deal of time searching for either some Red Wattles or Black Mulefoot, but just didn't turn up...

On the menu this week . . . June 1, 2009

Blog: Sunshine for Dinner   -   Monday June 01, 2009   -   By Georgiaberry

rows of garlic in the winter garden Sweet Onions Baby Summer Squash – yellow crookneck and straightneck, gray and green  zucchini, yellow zucchini ‘Gold Rush’ Carrots Lettuce – mixed, washed whole leaves – red leaf, buttercrunch, oak...

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On the menu this week . . . May 18, 2009

Blog: Sunshine for Dinner   -   Monday May 18, 2009   -   By Georgiaberry

New Potatoes Spring onions New potatoes – ‘Yukon Gold,’ and Red La Sota’ Kale Edible pod peas – sugarsnap and snow peas Cabbage Spring garlic Beets Farm fresh eggs Our first vegetable delivery of the 2009 season! I might be...

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Finally settled into our Hudson Farm location

Blog: Sheltie Meadow Farm   -   Thursday May 07, 2009   -   By Miana Ruiz-Ryan

We are finally settling into our new Hudson Farm location.  We are very excited to meet the community.    This is a real time of excitement on the farm with lambing.  We have 11 lambs so far this year with a few ewes to go.  If you...

Welcome!

Blog: Triple Creek Berry Farm, LLC   -   Sunday May 03, 2009   -   By Anna

The blueberry farm is progressing well!  The bushes are in their fourth year and full of berries. Although the bushes are still small we expect to have several for this year's orders. We expect to begin harvesting in mid-June. This year the berries...

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