Posts Tagged ‘kale’
New high tunnel nearly finished!
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…Read More
Rebounding from the wind and hail
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,…Read More
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…Read More
Days are too short
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.…Read More