We only have 2 weeks left in our first CSA season. We are now getting our farm ready to go to bed before the long winter months. We are getting our garden beds ready for next year by pulling up irrigation and mowing the left overs from this years crop so that they can provide nutrition for next years crops. We have also gained a few new residents on the farm. Three little Nigerian Dwarf goats. I am working on gaining their trust which has not been easy after giving them a deworming treatment when they first arrived. They are still a bit suspicious of me but a can manage a friendly scratch here and there.
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Farm Happenings for October 11, 2019
Posted on October 9th, 2019 by Jacquilyn Williston
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Fainting Robin is a biointensive, herbicide , and pesticide free farm just outside of Traverse City in Williamsburg Michigan. We strive to preserve farmings genetic diversity by using heirloom seeds, and heritage breeds. We believe in using growing practices that leave the land better than we found it.Go to farm profile