We were certainly busy in the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving- getting our pork back from the slaughterhouse, selling turkeys and continuing to moving them in the snow, harvesting the last crops from the field in the freezing rain, and distributing the last CSA shares of the season. Almost everything is processed and in
Turkeys Still Available at Many Hands Organic Farm Yes, folks, perhaps I sound a little desperate . . . . but we still have available 17 of some of the most healthy, tasty, certified organic and pasture raised turkeys for your Thanksgiving table. They will be ready for pick up right here at the farm
Fresh Thanksgiving Turkeys Available Where can you get the tastiest turkey? At Many Hands Organic Farm where the birds are fed certified organic feed from birth and are moved daily on range. Our birds have had a most exquisite life, which has been good for them, and also for you as the consumer of this
CSA Week 22 – last week – October 29, 31 and November 2 Dear friends, I write this as I listen to Barbara Kingsolver’s Animal, Vegetable, Miracle. This is a great book that today is reminding me of the value of the local economy, particularly the local food economy. I want to thank all of
CSA Week 21 – October 22, 24, 26 CSA Week 22 – last week – October 29, 31 and November 2 Dear friends, Sorry to have been out of touch for so long. As always, there seems to be more to accomplish each week than is possible. Most recently we have been preparing for frost.
CSA Week 18 – October 1, 3, 5 Dear friends, Well, that was a pretty abysmal week we just had – much too much rain, and dark and cloudy . . . . But today is sunny and for small wonders we are appreciative. Brent and I were harvesting lettuce in standing water again on
CSA Week 17 – September 24, 26, 28 Dear friends, Wow, it was cold last night! And it looks to be that way for the next couple of days. Plant growth will definitely slow down, but we still have so many crops to choose from each week, so variety will stay high. I just