The clean-up continues this week. The weather we have had has kept life interesting. Between rain, snow and freeze warnings, we have been able to keep pumpkins available for sale, cover up the carrots and beets that are still growing, winterize our chicken pens and keep some of the flowers I overwinter from freezing.
Here is a quick view of our week. Please keep farmers and their families and all who work in production agriculture in your prayers. This is a tough year to be farming for many reasons, one of the joys of farming is the harvest, but Mother Nature is not being kind. Thank you in advance.
The boys have put a lot of work into their pumpkin, gourd and squash stand. In addition to selling the pumpkins individually, they have a $25 and $50 package that would look nice on your front doorstep. Thank you for your support.
Similar collection includes delivery in Northfield area for $50. Let us know if you would like a set delivered to a friend or family in the area. Thank you in advance.
Similar collection includes delivery in Northfield area for $25. Let us know if you would like a set delivered to a friend or family in the area. Thank you in advance.
Yes, this did take all of Saturday afternoon to set-up. Pink pumpkins are being sold to support breast cancer research.
The boys also had fun bringing some fall cheer around the neighborhood. We all love the different colors and shapes of the pumpkins and gourds. We hope that they bring smiles to others.
This week’s freeze warning brought about some quick actions to provide the opportunity for carrots and beets to continue growing. This row cover provides frost protection, 75% light transmission. It is porous to water and self ventilating.
When it wasn’t raining we were trying to clean it all up. Pulling up the mulch and putting away the dripline irrigation system.