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VIDEO SPEAKS A THOUSAND WORDS

Blog: Prairie Pride Farm of Minnesota   -   Thursday September 20, 2012   -   By Dawn, past 4-H member

A team of SPNN producers came to our farm in August and produced a video on u tube about our farming practices.  They also filmed me talking about our hogs and chickens.  Here is the link:  Enjoy!  A picture speaks a thousand words: ...

Bringing Children In The Garden and Yummy Veggies ...

Blog: The Old Winery Farmers Market   -   Wednesday September 05, 2012   -   By Jean

"Any garden demands as much of its maker as he has to give.  but I do not need to tell you, if you are a gardener, that no other undertaking will give as great a return for the amount of effort put into it." ...

Eating Locally 'In Season' In Michigan Year Round,...

Blog: The Old Winery Farmers Market   -   Tuesday September 04, 2012   -   By Jean

Eating locally is a way of life.. . a mind set... a position in the community... a thought process... You either believe it is better for you and your family or you don't.  For Localvors and Foodies...  you get it......

Be Green Ideas, Nifty Bug Trap, Mailbox in the Gar...

Blog: For Dragonflies And Me   -   Wednesday August 01, 2012   -   By Neil & Jean

Welcome me back!  Well I do apologize for being gone for awhile here at For Dragonflies... my computer was giving me some issues for a bit over a week and then we have been busy here planting all the good stuff that fills our farms...

Mangos In Paradise, LLC 2012 Season is wonderful,...

Blog: Mangos In Paradise, LLC   -   Friday July 20, 2012   -   By Libby

Tropical storm Debby, has certainly kept us busy but all is well with our orchard. Our mangoes are just beautiful and we are harvesting nearly daily. The winds from the storm had the mangoes "dancing" on their panicles! This years harvest has...

Bringing Children In The Garden and Yummy Veggies ...

Blog: For Dragonflies And Me   -   Monday July 09, 2012   -   By Neil & Jean

"Any garden demands as much of its maker as he has to give.  but I do not need to tell you, if you are a gardener, that no other undertaking will give as great a return for the amount of effort put into it." ...

Respiratory Disease In Chickens

Blog: Fertile Chicken Eggs | Chicken Egg Incubators   -   Monday May 28, 2012   -   By Suzie OConnor

Respiratory disease in chickens is a common worldwide occurrence with the most common season for these diseases being in the winter months. This is better noted in the temperate poultry-producing areas. There are quite a number of viruses and bacteria...

Mother's Day Pot Roast and Pie in the Sky

Blog: Conroe Saturday AM market   -   Sunday May 13, 2012   -   By Fred

Yard work , Detailing a VW Beetle that I am selling, and preparing Mother's Day Pot Roast.   All in a Days work.   Upon arriving home from church I scampered into the kitchen, set the oven temperature to 400 F. I retrieved from the fridge a pan of...

Longing for Spring!

Blog: H.A.M.M.S. Farm   -   Sunday February 26, 2012   -   By Hilary

What a beauty of a day. The last one of February break. Yesterday we awoke to a dusting of snow, it was just enough to slide down the hill acrossed the road. With such a funny winter, there should be no complaining about the season dragging on, but some how it...

Opening soon!

Blog: Collins Powder Hill Farm   -   Friday February 24, 2012   -   By Jack

We are looking forward to opening for business on April 1st for pick up orders.  Of course we are taking orders for delivery earlier than that.  With this warm weather this winter our customers are in the gardening mood already, and the phone calls...

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Planning For a Successful Michigan CSA

Blog: Central Michigan CSA   -   Tuesday February 21, 2012   -   By Joe

Thanks to the Internet research into complex topics has been made much easier and as I look into CSA programs I can even get an almost "first hand" account.  I'm planning for 20 plus members in our Mid Michigan CSA program for 2012 and I've...

Whats new today?

Blog: Big Holler Farm   -   Monday January 30, 2012   -   By Kathie

Well, only in Kentucky at the end of January could you see your tulips coming up!  How crazy is that.  Started a new project today also.  Making cages for the newest members of our farm....  We're getting Quail.  Don't know anything...

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What A Day, What A Day!!

Blog: Prairie Pride Farm of Minnesota   -   Thursday September 22, 2011   -   By Dawn, past 4-H member

On Sept 2nd we had the first fire on the farm that I know of.  Roger had just been outside doing morning chores then came in the office of the house to make a few phone calls and a neighbor starting pounding on the kitchen door.  "Do you...

Fighting GLOBAL WARMING locally here in S.Florida...

Blog: Alternative Community Farmer/WPB.FL   -   Tuesday July 12, 2011   -   By Tony

How does climate change affect agriculture ?   Read how the draught is affecting 14 states from a recennt NYT and MSNBC reports :   http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/43718212/ns/us_news-the_new_york_times/v ...

New SonRise Ranch Newsletter

Blog: SonRise Ranch   -   Saturday June 11, 2011   -   By Douglas

SonRise Ranch Newsletter     ·   Grass-fed, Grass-finished Beef and Lamb  ·   Free-range Pork ...

E-Coli and Food Scare in Europe any different from...

Blog: Alternative Community Farmer/WPB.FL   -   Monday June 06, 2011   -   By Tony

There are so much politics going on to control the FOOD CHAIN production especially the organic food. Instead of focusing on regulating the genetically modified organism(GMO) , the direction is going to the opposite side . Here is a self esxplanatory...

Are CSA's Worth It?

Blog: Victory Acres Farm and CSA   -   Sunday June 05, 2011   -   By Farmer Eric

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Fighting GLOBAL WARMING locally here in S.Florida...

Blog: Alternative Community Farmer/WPB.FL   -   Friday May 27, 2011   -   By Tony

How does climate change affect agriculture ? Simply speaking , I can relate to you what is happening from my observations as an urban farmer here in S.Florida.   The coconut palm trees stopped producing as much  coconuts for the last three years...

Red and White Radishes are now available

Blog: Morning Glory Farm   -   Saturday May 21, 2011   -   By Tracy & Sandy

Now harvesting: Red "Cherry Belle" Radishes Red "French Breakfast" Radishes" White "Icicle" Radishes

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