Farm Happenings at Val's Veggies
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Farm Happenings at Val's Veggies

Farm Happenings for June 4, 2024

Posted on May 31st, 2024
The first summer share box is here!!  Just a few reminders:  Home delivery shares need a cooler or somewhere to put your share to keep it cool. All produce except bagged greens are field washed and need washed before use. Please return boxes or bags the next delivery date. We also need eg1 read more »

Farm Happenings for May 28, 2024

Posted on May 24th, 2024
This will be the last spring share delivery.  Next week the summer shares will start. The radishes are done until the new planting starts, probably 2 weeks.   New this week will be Sourdough Sandwich Bread, baked in a Pullman pan. This is a heart stay together bread perfect for sandw1 read more »

Farm Happenings for May 21, 2024

Posted on May 17th, 2024
We are getting lots planted out. Looks like we will have the first zucchini next week.   We hope to get the corn planted in a couple days for the corn maze and then we pray for no grasshoppers!!!! We are getting some really nice strawberries and tomatoes from a grower in California. 1 read more »

Farm Happenings for May 14, 2024

Posted on May 10th, 2024
Wow!!!  The weather is beautiful for Mothers Day weekend and for everything to really grow.   Some of the Kale and cabbage got bit by the last frost but it is putting out lots of new leaves now!! Found 2 little grasshoppers this week, so hope they aren't going to be bad again this ye1 read more »

Farm Happenings for May 7, 2024

Posted on May 2nd, 2024
We have more things ready to harvest every week now.  Rhubarb is on this week and more radish and salad turnips. If you like cinnamon rolls be sure and try the sourdough ones from shepherd hill farm.  They are wonderful!!! Have a great weekend Valerie read more »

Farm Happenings for May 7, 2024

Posted on May 2nd, 2024
Just when I thought we were having an early spring it turned cold and started snowing and raining!!!  LOL!!  Must be a plain old spring in Eastern Oregon!! We do have lots of things growing though and you will enjoy that first taste of spring. We are going to be giving you the opportunity1 read more »