All the tractors are nestled in the shed, tucked away cozily, washed and waxed up waiting for a glorious New Year. Our lists are a bit different than Santa’s list; our lists consist of what needs to be repaired, built or added on to make the coming year a success.
As the fall season is coming to a close there are a number of important things that need to be done before you can break out the scotch bottle.
Nothing makes me happier than the color orange. Why? Well for one thing my wife looks fabulous in the color and secondly I know the harvest season is on the final turn and the joy of a pumpkin field that brings excitement to the kids. To see children running from one pumpkin to the next […]
Employee Name: Gisnei Borsatto Number of years of service at Pahl’s: 3 years previously & returned last year making it 1 year in August. Briefly describe your job duties at Pahl’s: There is not one specific duty or job as each day there are always new things to be done. However, most of the time […]
August is a busy time of the year with most items running at full steam. With the recent rains we have hardly had to irrigate, but that is changing today as we are starting up three pivots.
The pace has picked up dramatically these past couple of weeks. We have dodged a couple of bullets regarding the hail and the rainfalls. Although frequent they have not been the ground pounding torrential down pours that we have experienced in the past couple of years.
Welcome to the 2015 Pahl Farms CSA Season! We’ve had a fantastic response to the program this year! Our thanks go out to you all for the support and for sharing in the harvest, it is going to be a great season! Enrollment is now officially closed and on the administrative side we are […]
Are you looking for an easy and affordable way to eat healthy all summer? Join Pahl Farms Community Supported Agriculture program and receive fresh, homegrown produce straight from our fields to your table!
With April showers out of the way, May comes in with a bang. It is the busiest month for planting our main season crops and with due diligence and the help of the man upstairs everything will germinate and prosper in the field.
This morning is chilly, cool, brisk, or CHILE. Why Chile? Chile has become the second most important vegetable seed source to the United States. The seed companies started migrating to the southern hemisphere more than twenty years ago and now produce over half of the vegetable seed in the country of Chile.