Farm Happenings at Fifth Crow Farm
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Farm Happenings at Fifth Crow Farm

Farm News for September 3, 2022

Posted on August 31st, 2022
We woke up Tuesday morning to cold crisp Fall like air.  Feels like the seasons are shifting.  Our lovely hens have responded to the shortening days by slowing down and starting to lay less.  The May-August Egg shares have ended.  We have 6 weeks left to our flower season before we... read more »

Farm Happenings for August 27, 2022

Posted on August 25th, 2022
Peppers are here!! Yum and they are sooo sweet and beautiful.  Glowing bright colors, I'm keeping an assortment decorating my counters at all times just to ogle now and again ;)   More and more apple varieties are coming in as well.  We are going to use those reusable mesh bags for apples,... read more »

Farm News

Posted on August 17th, 2022
Pictured above: Our new bean thresher! Most bean combines and threshers are built for a massive scale and are extremely costly and not really scale appropriate, but this little beauty is just our size.  Our good friend and neighbor Ryan Casey of Blue House Farm managed to import 2 of these from... read more »

Farm Happenings for August 18, 2022

Posted on August 13th, 2022
Charlie proudly dragged home this astoundingly large zucchini.  Not sure what we'll use it for, perhaps a lawn ornament, perhaps an inanimate pet.  Either way it occupied a bit of his time trying to wheel, carry, and drag it home. read more »

Tomatoes and Basil and Melons Oh My!

Posted on August 10th, 2022
Charlie proudly dragged home this astoundingly large zucchini.  Not sure what we'll use it for, perhaps a lawn ornament, perhaps an inanimate pet.  Either way it occupied a bit of his time trying to wheel, carry, and drag it home. A couple quick notes this week: 'Sarah's Choice' Canteloupes... read more »

Farm News for August 11, 2022

Posted on August 7th, 2022
A couple quick notes this week: 'Sarah's Choice' Canteloupes are on!! The season is usually only a few weeks, so enjoy them while you can.  They really are excellent and so much better than a grocery store canteloupe that was likely picked a week before being truly ripe.  Dry farmed Early... read more »

Farm Happenings for August 6, 2022

Posted on August 3rd, 2022
Hello Members, We managed to get in our dry farmed tomatoes in early this year as the Spring was so dry and this week we get our first taste.  Yay! Here comes tomato season.. and pears and apples and melons and peppers.. Summer is finally upon here on the cool and foggy Coastside. Also a big thank... read more »