Monthly Archives: March 2012

Truck Full o’ Pigs

Shivering, wet, and muddy, we wrassled 6 piglets into the farm truck this afternoon to bring back to Echo Bend. Upon their arrival at the farm, they seemed immediately delighted with the new experience of rooting in the soft earth … Continue reading

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It’s Personal

A new farm customer, during a conversation about how we raise and butcher our livestock, stressed her belief about how important it is that we share these things with our customers and potential customers. Basically, she agrees with our methods … Continue reading

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Spring 2012 Planting Begins

The onion starts already smell like onions as they grow vibrantly green from their soil blocks in the basement. 25 varieties of heirloom tomato seeds and counting. Many new melons to trial. Much of the online ordering is underway. The … Continue reading

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