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Author: Ed Ryan

Growing real food in beautiful Graham, WA

Heritage Livestock Conference Update

Heritage Livestock Conference Update I travelled to Fishers, IN to attend the 2018 Heritage Livestock Conference organized by The Livestock Conservancy.  It has been a great learning experience so far and the actual conference hasn’t even started!  Today I attended a conference workshop – “oxen basics” and it was a chance to learn a bit…
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Summer Update and Check-In

Summer Update and Check-In Whew! We’ve been way too busy to find time to keep up with the blog and website. For that we’re sorry. It’s hard to believe that Summer is almost over – and still so much to do! I wanted to take a minute to catch you up with what we’ve been…
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Spring Update – Full Steam Ahead!

Spring update – Full Steam Ahead! Veggies Well it is ON! The Sun is out and has dried out the garden enough that we have been planting and now have a bunch of plants growing in the ground.  Our 20-week CSA starts delivery this week – we delayed two weeks due to the weather –…
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Earth Day Event Cancelled :(

Earth Day Event Cancelled Unfortunately our planned Earth Day Event is cancelled.  Due to the the weather and poor conditions, we have to focus on planting the garden and moving the birds out on pasture. We are working on a Summer Event and will email details to all of our customers to thank them for…
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We sold out!

We sold out! Thank you to everyone who joined this year’s CSA (Community Supported Agriculture)! We don’t want to you miss out next year, so make sure to get on our 2019 CSA Interest List to get early-bird pricing and a chance to sign up before the general public! In the meantime, follow our blog…
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Incubating our Turkey Eggs

Incubating our Turkey Eggs We’ve been collecting eggs from our Bourbon Red Turkeys for the last 2 weeks and it’s finally time to start incubating them!  Turkey eggs incubate for 27.5 – 28 days (unlike chickens at about 21 days).  Otherwise, the process is about the same.  We collected fertile eggs and stored them in…
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Public Service Announcement: Pull the Stickers Off!

Public Service Announcement: Pull the Stickers Off! We recently amended our garden beds with Cascade Compost which is compost made from the food waste consumers generate in our area. Cascade Compost is a Registered Organic material with the Washington State Department of Agriculture and will improve our soil tilth while reusing what otherwise would end up…
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An early Easter Egg(er) hunt!

An early Easter Egg(er) Hunt! So the other evening while we were out collecting eggs, I looked up and noticed some feathers sticking out between the old boards under the eaves.  I first thought that it was just a birds nest since we have some barn swallows that have nested in the barn before.  Upon…
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Article: 1/5 of Americans responsible for 1/2 of the country’s food-based emissions

One-fifth of Americans are responsible for half the country’s food-based emissions A recent article in Popular Science highlights the effect our food choices have on emissions and climate change.One way consumers can see how to make more climate-conscious choices mentioned in the article is the Better Buying Lab from the World Resources Institute – worth…
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There’s still time to sign up for eggs!

There’s still time to sign up for eggs! Price adjusted to reflect remaining weeks Hi all!  We are still selling egg subscriptions and have adjusted the price to reflect the remaining weeks left (as of this weekend, 23 weeks remain). We are delivering on Saturday this weekend (week 2) and have subscriptions available for those…
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