First Weeks: May and early June

June 15, 2010

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Highlights:Getting into a  5:30-5 schedule, preparing beds at each farm location (turning, adding manure, furrowing, raking), planting, transplanting, chicks, pigs, pest management, discussing business plan

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One Response to “First Weeks: May and early June”

  1. leticia said

    You guys are beautiful

    also your website and pictures are beautiful

    sending you (and the land and the weather) the best of vibes

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