Valarie Russell on May 19th, 2011

Kenny’s newest critters are Northern Quail, he decided to try his hand at raising them and selling their eggs.  We have a few Vietnamese families that are our customers and they purchased quail eggs from a vendor at the market last year.  That vendor stopped handling quail so that left our customers without an outlet for eggs, […]

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Valarie Russell on May 19th, 2011

You don’t have to wait until the last average frost date in your area to start a vegetable garden outdoors. As soon as the ground can be worked, onions, peas and spinach can be added to your garden. If you are going to grow your own onion seedlings, start them indoors approximately eight weeks before […]

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Valarie Russell on March 30th, 2011

The hens have really started laying.. .once we started getting warmer weather and longer days the have really started producing.  We have added a few new varieties to the coop and will have the traditional brown eggs available, but we also have the Easter Egger’s.  Which if you are unfamiliar with these, they are called Araucana and Ameraucana, and are originally […]

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Valarie Russell on September 30th, 2010

Lettuce is a vegetable that would be good to add you your diet. Most people can have positive benefits by adding more lettuce to their diets. Lettuce is green leafy and full of good nutrients that keep our bodies strong and healthy. The fresher the lettuce the better it is for us, so if you […]

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Valarie Russell on September 24th, 2010

    Six different kinds of lettuce  Our lettuce is looking great for this time of year and we will be bringing some to the New Albany Farmer’s Market tomorrow. This first planting consist of Red Oak Leaf, Butter Crunch, Black seeded Simpson,  Salad Bowl, Kentucky Bibb, and Grand Rapids.  We are picking three of the six varieties this week.  […]

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Valarie Russell on August 17th, 2010

Did you know that we raise free-range, hormone and antibiotic free hen eggs? We raise a variety of chicken breeds, each with unique egg characteristics. These eggs are very much different from the grocery store eggs you might be used to. Be sure to pick up a dozen or so next time you visit our […]

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