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

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Posted on July 5th, 2022
We’re just going to ignore the elephant in the room and assume that at some point, it will rain. In the meantime, we’re planting and watering and otherwise, doing all we can to keep our gardens healthy and abundant. I hope you are doing the same to enjoy the summer and (perhaps) a slowe1 read more »

Happy New Year from your CSA Farmers

Posted on December 31st, 2021
It is in the shelter of each other that people live - Irish Proverb Tuesday, December 21st, quoted in the Lexington Herald At the end of 2021, we find ourselves straddling two homes – the smallish home we’re building for ourselves on the hill behind the farmhouse and the old farmhouse t1 read more »

The February Greenhouse

Posted on February 5th, 2021

Farm Happenings for August 27, 2020

Posted on August 26th, 2020
At the end of August, and the first weeks of September we really start to see the transition into fall on the farm. The insects and weeds are nearing the end of their summer life cycle, and focus all their energy into the transition as well. It seems as thought weeds will sprout and produce seed wi1 read more »

Farm Happenings for August 20, 2020

Posted on August 18th, 2020
As we roll into fall, we begin to think about where things will be planted next season. It's an energizing activity for this time of year, when many of the summer crops begin to reach the end of their productive season. The days are shorter, the heavy dews increase disease pressure, and the insect1 read more »

Bean Trellis

Posted on August 11th, 2020
This week are are starting to harvest a few of our heirloom half-runner beans. We will have limited quantities to start with this week, but we expect for the harvest to last about 3-4 weeks and the rains we have received should help keep the beans looking good during the hot weather. Last Thursday,1 read more »

The Potato Harvest

Posted on July 28th, 2020
Potato Harvest Until now, we've been harvesting potatoes as needed for your weekly deliveries. Usually we'll dig a couple beds every other week so we have enough fresh potatoes to fill the orders, but it's almost time to harvest the entire field. We wait until the vines have died so the potatoes ha1 read more »