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Beet, Detroit Dark Red Heirloom Organic seeds Orde...

Blog: Home Farm Herbery   -   Sunday February 09, 2014   -   By Arlene

Beet, Detroit Dark Red Heirloom Organic seeds At Home Farm Herbery we only plant Heirloom Organic seeds and we save these seeds each year.  Often we have some extra and when that happens we are pleased to offer them to other health...

The Big New York State Honey Harvest

Blog: Seaway Trail Honey   -   Wednesday September 25, 2013   -   By Pat

    The Big New York State Honey Harvest By Pat Bono / seawaytrailhoney.com , seawaytrailhoney@gmail.com Shorter days and cooler temperatures herald the traditional...

Dark Cornish Chickens

Blog: The Clark Family Farm   -   Monday April 25, 2011   -   By Maryann

Dark Cornish Chickens Only 25 are being raised this year. Maryann has added some exotic fowl to her menagerie! The Dark Cornish is a traditional chicken developed purely for great taste. We raise then on pasture and witihout drugs. The bird of choice...

The Corn is as High as an Elephant's Eye

Blog: Avalon Farms Premium Homegrown   -   Monday July 05, 2010   -   By Brigette

The market gardens and high tunnels are looking good, even as hot as it has been. Night time temperatures during the month of June were running about 10 degrees above normal and we certainly had sufficient rainfall. Unfortunately, that wasn't good weather for...

An Extra Hour? Or More Light?

Blog: The Orchard at Apolloson Acres   -   Friday October 30, 2009   -   By Allison

So this weekend is Daylight savings time. Some people welcome it, happy to receive that extra hour of sleep! And then, there may be those few, like me, who dread it! Living on a farm, I spend the majority of my time outside. Since I still have to...

2009 New Honey crop filling up shelves FINALLY,Hon...

Blog: georgiabees.blogspot.com   -   Tuesday October 27, 2009   -   By John

HONEY HARVEST almost done for 2009. A year of challenges from bad weather and honey bee losses from beekeeping colony collapse disorder. All Honey avaiable on my Local Harvest store,visit and look around. I have some unusual honey from farm...

Honey Bee swarm removal from building,See VIDEO at...

Blog: georgiabees.blogspot.com   -   Sunday October 25, 2009   -   By John

    Video of beehive removal at http://georgiabees.blogspot.com 27 minutes to remove 27,227 honeybees,I counted them

Georgia Honey Bees on goldenrod flowers at beekeep...

Blog: georgiabees.blogspot.com   -   Thursday October 22, 2009   -   By John

Honey Bees hard at work on goldenrod flowers at beekeeper John Pluta apiary in Milledgeville Georgia. We might have enough for a special bottling but normally mixed into wildflower honey.

Massaged Kale Salad with Currants and Gorgonzola

Blog: Cookus Interruptus   -   Saturday May 30, 2009   -   By Cynthia

Massaging tough dark leafy greens renders them tender and tasty.  We then combine the wilted greens with apples, Gorgonzola, currants and dressing to create a pack and go salad that is major nutritious and major delicious.  Find out how to make it at...

Braised Greens

Blog: Cookus Interruptus   -   Thursday November 06, 2008   -   By Cynthia

Braising is a tasty way to cook fresh, local seasonal dark leafy greens.  Every time I cut some kale from my backyard, I am thankful that I live in a house that has a yard big enough to grow a few greens and a climate that sustains them all winter. Yum. ...


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