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Tractor Tuesday: IH Hydro 84 is Best for Haying, Spreading

Purchased from Charley at Village Power Equipment in Berlin, Mass., our International Harvester Hydro 84 has its strengths and its weaknesses.

Uncle Leonard’s Farmall

Jim’s uncle Leonard Athearn (1918-2005) bought this International Harvester Farmall model A in 1946, not long after he returned to the Vineyard from serving in the Army Air Corps during World War II. Here he is harvesting hay… Read More

Katama hay day

Hillary, Michael, Kelsey and a high quality alfalfa, clover and fescue mix in Katama

Summer work at morning glory farm

Here we are!  Almost all the staff from the Farmstand, Bakery, Kitchen, Herb Garden, Greenhouses, and Field Crew. Jim, Hillary, Serena, Stella taking a break before unloading the next truckload. This is west tisbury cut grass hay being… 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