Janet's Organics

Farm tours available, internships may be possible, mail order is welcome. .

The reason I wanted an organic farm was due to the fact my cousin died from cancer 5 years after diagnosis and that was considered a cure.

When I read the books from the public library about pollution and checked with various agencies, the truth of what I had read convinced me I needed to move to an organic farm.

It is a delightful experience owning an organic farm. In 1999, I married a widower, Paul. It is joyful to behold his increase in strength and stamina during the past seven years. We take no medications.

We welcome interns to stay during fair weather in the gazebo, using the basement bathroom and kitchen.. Organically, without chemicals, through management we eliminated the harlequin bug infestation from a garden. Come visit us and see what has worked.

Come have dinner with us and eat our wonderful lamb. Our soup is famous! Volunteer and eat great food. Feed the happy sheep organic hay; mow the lush pastures with our big John Deere 70 tractor from the 1950s. Mechanical aptitude is extremely welcome. Interns are paid $100.00 per week, plus room and board. Organic lambskins and dried mint are available through mail order. Y'all come!

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Listing last updated on Apr 27, 2012

Selling asparagus, Lettuce, broccoli, cabbage and kale. Tomatoes are in tunnels. Field daikon radishes prevent weeds. Peaches are ready in July, apples in Sept. Cucumbers grow on trellises. Butternut squash, summer squash, Fall finds sweet red peppers ripe. We use biodynamic preparations with great success. Sheep are free to roam. Pastured chickens are in electric fences to protect from fox. Free choice organic corn free and soy free feed. Guineas roam. Irrigation with white hoses



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Call Ahead 410 692 2820
3227 Sharon Road
Jarrettsville, Maryland



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