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Tilling cold soil

Thursday I tilled the first ground of the new year.  I disc harrowed our herb garden because it had a bad blush of Winter Chicory Weed and I wanted to get it before it went to seed.  This… Read More

Tomatoes happy and warm

This is one of our indoor tomato houses.  We aim to have a late may harvest by seeding on January 23rd.  This house was transplanted right into the soil on March 16th and this picture was taken that… Read More

Mending Fences

Fence work continues as always.  In the off season we try to walk and repair all our fence lines, and cut back the brush.  Our neighbors don’t really want 20 cows grazing in thier well tended gardens and… Read More

Farm Kitchen Recruitment

I attended the job expo at my alma mater Southern New Hampshire Culinary Institute this week in hopes of recruiting new cooks and bakers.  SNHU has greatly expanded since I was a student there.  MGF has hosted one… Read More

Morning glory’s grass fed beef

Every couple of weeks the hay mows have to be restocked from one of our storagebarns.  At morning glory farm right now we have 22 cows that we raise for beef.  We have mostly Hereford/Angus crosses and some… Read More

Tomato Time

Wow March is here already.  We usually try to have our first crop of greenhouse tomatoes in the ground the first week of March.  This year I pushed the germination date forward by two weeks to try to… Read More

A wintry day

This morning I woke up to a light snow just covering the ground.  The temps have droped twenty degrees in 24 hours.  Yesterday the sap was flowing fast, today I doubt there will be a drip.  I Tap… Read More