Farm Happenings at Lazy Eight Stock Farm
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Farm Happenings at Lazy Eight Stock Farm

Farmer Field Day

Posted on June 11th, 2024
Farmer Field Day: Reduced Tillage, Cover Crops, and Crop Rotations on an Organic Vegetable Farm Last week on Tuesday, June 4th, we hosted a farm field day as part of the Organic Association of Kentucky’s (OAK) Climate-Smart Commodity farmer education programming. USDA is funding this work thr1 read more »

Farm Fresh Bouquets

Posted on June 4th, 2024
FLOWER HARVEST SEASON IS UPON US! This week marks the start of our first CSA flower share season, and we’re thrilled to begin sharing these beautiful flowers with our members! We’ve still got space, so it’s not to late to add a weekly or every-other-week bouquet to your CSA member1 read more »

Winter Farm Happenings - Join our 2024 CSA

Posted on March 1st, 2024
Winter Farm Happenings Anna Baumann What do you do in the winter? I hear people ask Bryce this question a lot. Maybe it’s my defensive nature, but the way I hear it, the questioner often presumes Bryce leads a carefree winter life, storing up on naps, nonnutritive foods and TV shows to sustai1 read more »

2023 CSA Season End

Posted on September 26th, 2023
Here we are at the end of the road for the 2023 CSA season. We delivered the last Sunday share this past Sunday (September 24); this week we will deliver our last Thursday and Saturday shares. That will end the season, but we are hoping to do two on-farm holiday markets before Thanksgiving and aga1 read more »

Fall Farming

Posted on September 20th, 2023
As we approach the end of the 2023 main CSA season, we are reflecting on  how things went for everyone.  Each of you have been the best sports about the expected ups and downs of farming. While we were pleased with the fact that having hoop houses allowed us to start the season strong, w1 read more »

Hot times on the farm

Posted on August 1st, 2023
Whew, the past couple of weeks has been one for the record books in so many ways! Against a backdrop of relentless heat and changes in our routines, our amazing crew has continued to work so hard. After being here for six months, it was time for Adilene and Claribel to go home for a visit with the1 read more »

Adding Meat and Eggs to your CSA share with Sunwatch Homestead

Posted on June 20th, 2023
Sunwatch Homestead Those of you who live in Danville probably know Tyler and Brittany Green whose farm is in Lancaster. We are very pleased to let you know that you now have the option of adding meat and eggs to your weekly share from Sunwatch Homestead! They have a wonderful selection of Beef, Por1 read more »

Connecting with other CSA members

Posted on June 13th, 2023
It's hard to believe we've been delivering shares 6 weeks! We would love your feedback about how it's working for you. The quality, the quantities, the selection of items offered, and anything else that we need to know. You are supporting building the local food economy in a real and substantial wa1 read more »

The Great Strawberry Crash of 2023

Posted on May 23rd, 2023
This is a bad news/good news message. The bad news is that our beloved strawberries couldn't withstand all of the challenges of the past nine months. While we have mostly forgotten about the extreme drought and heat of late fall, the Arctic temperatures in December, and the hurricane force winds of1 read more »