Category Archives: Farm News

Pompeii

When the volcano erupted, most people fled to where they felt safe, although they were actually running towards the volcano. Preparation has begun for another run of “Fire on the Mountain“. It’s a home-made spicy hot mustard. When someone really … Continue reading

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Potato Eye Beholder

On rare occasion, we are lucky enough to find that “one in a million” type like this unusually shaped King Harry potato.  Do you think that it has grown into an odd shape or does he resemble a valentine heart? It all in the eye of … Continue reading

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Organic Inspector Onboard

We are pleased to announce that our organic inspector apprenticeship is now complete. We are experiencing that fine feeling called satisfaction of achievement or maybe as it was once said of having that know-how training “under one’s belt”. Our mentoring inspector reports … Continue reading

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Rainy Day Review

The fall rains are upon us, and what has been the droughty Freeman Run with a barely flowing trickle of water all summer-long is now about to flood its banks; and so a good time to talk some about rubber boots. … Continue reading

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Organic Cast Iron

We call our line Bon Mot. Those are French words; that mean “the good word” or maybe “a clever twist on a word“. We know that you will want one. And, cast iron is certainty sustainable and non-GMO, but is it organic. … Continue reading

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Tickled Spicy Red

We are delighted, as in we are tickled pink (or maybe better yet spicy Red) when we get feedback from our customers. This comment was made about our Ohman’s Red, a local heirloom garlic originally from the Milan, Italy region. We have a … Continue reading

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Finding Lost Treasure

What you see here is a recently discovered wild garlic. I search the countryside looking for wild garlic to cultivate. Well, it’s not actually wild garlic. You see this area has all of these old abandon farms around hereabouts and … Continue reading

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