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Farm Happenings at Kilt Farm

Week 14: Snow/Freeze Next Week? Oh Colorado!

Posted on September 4th, 2020
Happy Labor Day. All of us at the farm wish you a safe and happy holiday weekend.  Holidays between March to October don't really apply to farmers. Especially when we are looking directly in the face of a historic cold snap. The weather forecast holds a high likelihood of an early freeze - maybe... read more »

Week 13 & September; this must be a good sign.

Posted on August 28th, 2020
Welcome to September.  Sorry that this is a little later in the day than usual. It seems like my weeks are becoming increasingly packed with todo's without any additional time to get 'em done. But that's ok; this is the life of the farmer at the height of the season. We have been hustling at the... read more »

What time is it? Melon time! CSA Week 12

Posted on August 21st, 2020
Happy Friday. The days and weeks tend to blur together on the farm as the season progresses. We are working on a different time scale, the farm scale. Our clock starts at February, ending in November with many milestones along the way. This week we hit a big milestone, actually a heavy one, nearly three... read more »

No break in the heat. Great for the summer crops, maybe not the landscape.

Posted on August 14th, 2020
Howdy,  Well, it has be a long hot week. We had some of our largest harvests yet this season, both by variety and weight. Much like the tides coming in and out, our wash station and walk-in coolers fill to bursting and then empty out. It is the time of year where we work as fast as we can to keep... read more »

Week 10 of the CSA. So does this means it is hump week?

Posted on August 7th, 2020
Week 10, my goodness. We have reached the middle point of our CSA season and all of us at the farm are totally stoked!  We are stoked at the farm for many reasons. Our hard work of planting, tending and weeding is now shifting to harvesting a bounty of summer crops. Even though the days are still... read more »

Good bye July, hello August. It's summer fruit season in Colorado.

Posted on July 31st, 2020
I don't have much time to sit on social media, but every now and then it is a nice break. Have you seen the meme floating around that says good bye to one bad month and makes fun of the next shoe to drop in the next? Well, I want to flip that on its head if I can. I, for one, am excited about August. To... read more »

Excited about more great food for Week 8 of the CSA

Posted on July 24th, 2020
Woohoo, it's carrot harvest time again. We work hard to keep interesting, varied successions of crops coming out of the fields and into your boxes. This has been a most interesting season in many ways and it is all colored in pandemic unknown. This week I am excited to have beautiful orange carrots... read more »

Garlic, Shallots and carrots, oh my!

Posted on July 17th, 2020
TLDR: Farm is running strong in the heat, garlic is curing and the first of our summer fruit hits your share. Oh and a fruit update nd some special add ons.  Happy middle of July. I hope you are doing well and staying cool.  This was a big week at the farm as we started to harvest and cure... read more »

Week 6 CSA - Farming is always full of new experiences.

Posted on July 10th, 2020
Overview: Elk visited the farm. Resulting destruction means you may get a few goodies from neighboring farms this week. We are also partnering with our CSA member, Nurse Nikki, to offer Calendula Body Balm made with Kilt Farm calendula. We have new flour, freshly milled Turkey Red As you likely noticed,... read more »