Farm Happenings at Harland's Creek Farm, LLC
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Farm Happenings at Harland's Creek Farm, LLC

Farm Happenings for October 3, 2020

Posted on September 30th, 2020

Farm Blog for Saturday October 3, 2020

Posted on September 30th, 2020
This week's big event at Harland's  Creek Farm was the arrival of 75 baby chicks On Wednesday, September 9, 2020.  We ordered these chicks back in April of this year. Baby chicks arrive with never having eaten or drank anything. They come by mail and we get a call from the post office ... read more »

Farm Blog for Tuesday September 29, 2020

Posted on September 25th, 2020
The next big event at Harland's  Creek Farm is the anticipated arrival of 75 baby chicks due on Monday, September 28.  We ordered these chicks back in April of this year. Baby chicks arrive with never having eaten or drank anything. They come by mail and we get a call from the post office ... read more »

Farm Blog For Saturday September 26 2020

Posted on September 23rd, 2020
Hurricane Sally passed with little damage. It rained steadily for two days but never so much as to destroy our beds, flood vegetables, or wash away the cover crop. We are delighted.  The next big event is the anticipated arrival of 75 baby chicks due to arrive on Monday, September 28.  Baby... read more »

Farm Blog for Tuesday September 22 2020

Posted on September 18th, 2020
All-day Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday Sally, Hurricane Sally was on our minds. We were very worried she would turn on like Florence, the hurricane that dropped nearly 10 inches of rain on the farm in just a few hours. One of our fields had just been prepared for planting fall cover crops and... read more »

Farm Blog for Saturday September 19, 2020

Posted on September 16th, 2020
Sally, Hurricane Sally is on our minds. The current forecast is for Sally to start moving in tomorrow and to move through the state on Friday and Saturday. Keep your fingers crossed for less rain than Florence brought 2 years ago.  Florence dropped nearly 10 inches of rain. One of our fields that... read more »