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Farm Happenings at Harland's Creek Farm, LLC

Farm Blog for Tuesday November 10, 2020

Posted on November 6th, 2020
 FARM SHARE CUSTOMERS THANK YOU! BECAUSE OF YOUR PARTICIPATION 7,500 PLASTIC BAGS HAVE NOT ENTERED THE WORLD. We want to extend our profound thanks to our farm-share customers for helping us fulfill our goal of farming in a way that is healthy for consumers, farmers, and our irreplaceable earth.... read more »

Farm Blog for Saturday November 7, 2020

Posted on November 4th, 2020
Harland’s Creek Farm is preparing for winter.  All of the fall planting except for the garlic, which we always plant in November, is done. In this area, garlic is an overwintered plant. It stays in the ground for six to seven months. We grow hard-neck garlic which is a bit more difficult to... read more »

Farm Blog for Tuesday for November 3, 2020

Posted on October 30th, 2020
 Harland’s Creek Farm is Preparing for Winter.  All of the fall planting except for the garlic, which we always plant in November, is done. In this area, garlic is an overwintered plant. It stays in the ground for six to seven months. We grow hard-neck garlic which is a bit more difficult... read more »

Farm Blog for Saturday October 31, 2020

Posted on October 28th, 2020
 We fight the owl. To protect one’s chickens from predators, articles on the internet advise keeping the flock under a covered run. Since our chicken pasture covers nearly an acre, this is not a doable option for us. A scarecrow of a person was also suggested. We tried that early on, and it... read more »

Farm Blog for Tuesday for October 27, 2020

Posted on October 23rd, 2020
 We fight the owl. To protect one’s chickens from predators, articles on the internet advise keeping the flock under a covered run. Since our chicken pasture covers nearly and acre, this is not a doable option for us. A scarecrow of a person was also suggested. We tried that early on, and... read more »