Farm Happenings at Kilt Farm
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Farm Happenings at Kilt Farm

What an amazing year and now we have reached Week 20 of the CSA.

Posted on October 18th, 2019
The end of the CSA season is always bittersweet. 2019 feels particularly so. This year we really stepped up production. We grew a greater quantity and variety of veggies and also developed our capacity and processes to grow, clean and distribute everything we grew. This was also our first year using... read more »

4 Inches of snow and 14 degrees - Week 19

Posted on October 11th, 2019
It is amazing in Colorado that you can have a day with a 50 plus degree temperature drop. What a wild week we worked through. 80 Degrees on Wednesday afternoon and then rain/snow and then a deep freeze on Thursday. We are so blessed to have some fantastic weather forecasting. We spent this first part... read more »

First blush of winter is at our doorstep

Posted on October 4th, 2019
Yay, October! Some people get excited when the leaves change and pumpkin spice becomes an acceptable flavor. Some folks raise their fists to the sky and long for the heat of summer. Well, it looks like this upcoming week is going to have a little bit of Summer, Fall and Winter. One of the farm staff... read more »

The 17th week of the CSA, for real this time.

Posted on September 27th, 2019
Last week I got a little ahead of my self, so we are now in our 17th week. It is hard to keep track sometimes with all of the tasks around the farm. So we have 4 weeks left of the CSA with our last pick up dates being October 22nd and 23rd.  Even though we are still planting, harvesting, and processing... read more »

Week 17 of the CSA and we are far from done!

Posted on September 20th, 2019
Holy cow, where has the season gone. We find ourselves at week 17 of our 20 week CSA and it does feel like we were starting seeds just a little while ago. Our CSA ends the week of October 14th and it is our goal to fill your fridge and pantry with the flavors of fall.  This year we have harvested,... read more »

First snow in the hills means that the farming season shifts to fall.

Posted on September 13th, 2019
I woke up on Tuesday morning and the brief glints of sun on the mountains verified the the first snow has fallen. While I am sure it has all melted off by now, it is a sure sign that the season is shifting to fall.  At the farm fall brings us onions, garlic, potatoes winter squash, radicchios,... read more »

Pepper paradise at the farm as the seasons change

Posted on September 6th, 2019
Happy September! Over the past week we have seen some record breaking temperatures here at the farm. We have been hustling to take care of ourselves, harvest like mad, all the while preparing for fall. Fall is coming, at least by the calendar if not by the temperature. Our peppers are completely blowing... read more »

The turning of a season

Posted on August 30th, 2019
In the farming world, the doorway to fall is not the kids going back to school and the leaves changing. It's the harvest of melons, winter squash and red bell peppers. This week we started harvesting the melons and winter squash with the red peppers hopefully right around the corner. Parts of the farm... read more »

Late August Magic

Posted on August 21st, 2019
Here we find ourselves in late August and the farm is producing like gangbusters. We are running at full steam ahead to keep up with the work of the farm. On any day of the week we are harvesting, washing, packing, weeding, seeding and looking forward to the next thing.  It has been an amazing... read more »