Farm Happenings at Sustainable Harvest Farm
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Farm Happenings at Sustainable Harvest Farm

Week 12

Posted on July 30th, 2022
What a week. We are experiencing quite a bit of crop damage from this past weeks flood, but we're so thankful that we are all safe and our home is safe. The guys house did flood and cause damage- but nothing severe. Many families, buisnesses, and communities were pretty well destroyed. Many of you1 read more »

Week 11

Posted on July 23rd, 2022
Did you know that for the first time in 2 decades there is a very big potato shortage. Many of the countries biggest and best large potato farms have faced a challenging growing season. These farms are thousand upon thousands of acres of potatoes. We raise a measely 1 acre of potatoes. However- we'1 read more »

Week 10

Posted on July 16th, 2022
The work days are very long this time of year and I was skimming thru pictures to reflect on the wonderful group of guys that I'm blessed to work with. We try to celebrate each of our team member's birthdays. Hugo and I are enjoying his birthday here in 2019. The crops are doing fairly well. Howeve1 read more »

Week 9

Posted on July 9th, 2022
It's so interesting that a distance of 3 miles can have a huge impact on the weather patterns. One of the farms that we raise crops on is 3 miles away from our home farm and it has received very little rain. Barely enough to knock the dust back. Fortuntately the river that we irrigate out of has pl1 read more »

Week 8

Posted on July 2nd, 2022
Crows pulled plant after plant out of the rows of plastic- Arggh... But I think they are finally slowing down- The big push to get many of fields ready for planting is finally slowing down. As you might recall, we typically start planting the first crops into the fields in March and continue planti1 read more »