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The Vineyard Gazette honors us this week with a well-reported article about the adventures of our 2017 tomato crop, which was delayed by adverse weather in the spring and early summer but is coming in gangbusters now. Food… Read More
Did you make it to the Ag Fair? We had a terrific time, and the judges were good to us once again. Back at the farm, we’re busily harvesting tomatoes, eggplants, peppers, squash and more. Come see what’s… Read More
Have you tried the mushrooms grown on the Vineyard by M.V. Mycological? These wild harvest shiitakes have a depth of flavor matched only by their counterparts in Japan, where the weather is strikingly similar to that of Martha’s… Read More
Calling all lovers of the “stinking rose” — our garlic crop is in, and it’s a bountiful harvest. … Read More
We’ve finally started picking our own corn, although supplies have been limited and each harvest sells out quickly. Corn needs sun to ripen to perfection, and we’ve been looking at a lot of cloudy days lately.
Our strawberries are finally ripening after this chilly, rainy spring. So far, the harvest has been trickling in — on our first day, we only picked four pints. But, says Kat Monterosso of our farmstand crew, that trickle… Read More
Here's a vid of our New Idea corn picker. We pick a few hundred bushels dry feed corn to feed our piggies every year. We picked up this well running little picker back in 1999, for $1,000 at a farm auction, what a bargain, just keeps working; gets only 1 day of use every year, then back in the barn. We modified an old JD manure spreader into a nifty self unloading trailer. #dadsprideandjoy
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A week ago, our asparagus shoots had barely broken the ground. Today we brought in the earliest of the crop, which barely lasted into the afternoon. Farm manager Ethan Buchanan-Valenti says it will be a couple of weeks… Read More
Title: Strawberry Picker Dept: Field Hours: 21-42 per week, mornings to early afternoons Season: June to early July; excellent harvesters may be offered a different job after July 4, if wanted Report to: Field Crew Manager Wage: See… Read More