On the Farm
Many of Casually Gourmet's recipes were developed in our own farm kitchen with homegrown ingredients. We still establish the quality and freshness standards for every ingredient we use. Our family likes keeping this blog about farming, growing food, and rural living. These traditions are reflected in our food business.
March 08 2017, 5 CommentsRestoring An Old Farm WagonThe little old David Bradley farm wagon was in rough shape, but after a whole lot of cleanup, paint, new lumber, and a bit of new hardware it restored nicely. What a creampuff it is now. Perfect for the farmstand.
February 11 2017, 3 CommentsWinter Blanket for the AsparagusI’ve found asparagus to be relatively low-maintenance, and a true garden favorite. There are a couple key practices to remember though when you put your bed to bed for the winter.
December 13 2014, 0 CommentsSheep at the DoorFour sheep by the barn door. It's only December and I miss summer already. Seems like an eternity ago the pastures were green, frogs croaked away in the little pond,
October 18 2014, 0 CommentsBig Bucket O'Squash
September 01 2014, 0 CommentsUsing a Hay ElevatorFor years, I would throw a few hundred bales up to the loft with a pitchfork. This year some kind neighbors lent us their hay elevator. What a difference! No sore back or sprained shoulders!
August 30 2014, 0 CommentsBaling Hay - Second CutOur own 2nd cut hay got rained on this year. Not to worry. It'll make good pumpkin field mulch next year. Fortunately our neighbor makes much better hay! Last night we took off a few hundred bales from one of his big fields. See my "hay-cam" baling action video!
June 12 2014, 0 CommentsHaying First Cut
February 12 2014, 0 CommentsLambing Season
September 29 2013, 0 CommentsSetting Up the Pumpkin Stand
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