By Gary Pahl The harvest this fall is at a rapid pace with the nice dry weather we are having. The pumpkin crop is very nice in this part of the country, but out east is another story. So far we have sent three semi loads of pumpkins out to the Boston area with more […]
It is that time of year again. We are picking fresh daily our very own sweet corn, green beans, tomatoes and cabbage.
By Gary Pahl Springtime, the days get longer and the anticipation of a great new year is on the horizon. We have had plenty of time to fix and manufacture new equipment over the course of the winter. So what is our spring plan on the farm? 1) We have our soil tests in hand […]
Did you know we grow 400,000 cabbage plants in our greenhouse. Once they reach a decent size we bring them outside to harden off for a few weeks and then transplant them into the field along with many acres of seeded cabbage. We grow approximately 75 acres of just cabbage. That is a lot of slaw and kraut! If Mother […]