The past two weeks have flown by. The big news is that the new high tunnel is a half day from being complete! We need to put in the sliding end wall doors; otherwise, it is finished. The roll-up side gear boxes were installed last Saturday after market, and the ground has been tilled. We…

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Other years, we have had more to offer in Week #4 boxes (such a choi, shown in its hail-damaged state below). This year, after a Mother’s Day tornado-producing storm dumped hail on the plants newly exposed by the wind-torn Tunnel 1, our plants are still rebounding. We’re glad we have something to offer this week,…

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We are finally getting back to closer-to-normal temperatures. In a pre-season survey of past subscribers, some of you asked for more information about less-familiar produce. For those who want to experiment with some new recipes, here are several ranging from easy to more complex. We haven’t kitchen-tested them, so if you try one and like…

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Hi, We brought chickens to B and B Poultry Processing this morning, fortunately it was not raining! It has rained a lot, and it seems to rain when I need to put chickens in crates to take to Hospers. This morning Jessica and Madeline helped. I will be picking up the frozen birds tomorrow afternoon.…

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