Posted on December 29, 2019
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So the main barn is approximately 45 feet x 35 feet. It was a dairy barn with 24 stalls on the ground floor and hay storage on top. From The outside it not only looks in rough shape, but is in rough shape. New… Continue Reading “Barn Cleanup”
January 2021: So much to do, so little time. Working on the house restoration, planning the farm layout.
July 2020: Farmhouse restoration continues. We are just about done with our 1st floor bathroom and are getting ready to have the fireplace in the parlor (Tavern Room) re-built.
June 2020: To name a few Tomatoes, Peppers, Sunflowers, Potatoes are doing great. Not to shabby for 1st season on property.
March 2020: Many seeds have been started indoors. We’ve prepared 20 planting beds and intend to start planting cool weather crops in them soon.
December 2019: We’ve ordered 900 Christmas tree seedlings to plant next spring
October 2019: We planted 18 varieties (25 pounds) of Garlic. This will be our stock from which we will plant again in 2020
August 12, 2019: Our Farm Our Food has put down new roots in our forever property! It’s Official we now own a 115 Acre farm that has its beginnings over 200 year ago.
March 2019: This Saturday we are heading up to Grand Maple Farms in New Braintree, MA for an Open House at their Sugar Shack. They will be open 11A.M. to 4P.M. 3/16/19 & 3/17/19. Please go visit them!
February 2019: We are working towards getting our place sold and in the meantime starting some plants from seed to plant on our New Farm.
January 2019: So we decided to pull the trigger on buying a farm. Our property, the place where Our Farm Our Food came to life is on the market!
December 2018: Well we’ve come across an opportunity of a lifetime. We stumbled across an old family farm that is for sale, stay tuned.
Fall 2018: Garden done for the season, time to mull over what we learned and plan for next season
August 2, 2018: This weekend its potato digging time.
July 28th 2018: Planted more Soybean, Bush beans and stated Brussels Sprouts
March 17, 2018: Its that time of the year again. We started last weekend. Onions, Leeks and Rice to name a few