Farm Happenings at Wild Coyote Farm
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Farm Happenings at Wild Coyote Farm

Two sides to the story

Posted on June 6th, 2024
Spring feels like it’s tying up for us, with summer nipping at its heels. We have been blessed with mild weather and most crops are coming along swimmingly. Here at the farm we consider ourselves to be regenerative, which is what allows is to reduce inputs while growing great food with an eye1 read more »

First Box & Composting

Posted on May 30th, 2024
Part of the reason we raise sheep is so that we can have a great fertility source for our fields. This week I finally cleaned out their winter paddock and got it all in pile for composting. This will make great compost for later produce growing. It is exciting to me as a farmer to make large volum1 read more »

Final crops

Posted on November 23rd, 2023
This is the last box of 2023. Things to know about the new items available- Popcorn: it is not fully dry and ready to pop yet. Please leave it out in your house until Christmas and then either pop it on the cob in the microwave in a paper bag or take the kernels off the cob and pop on the stove. E1 read more »

Baked goods at the farm Tuesday

Posted on November 16th, 2023
This Tuesday, 11/21, starting at 4pm- Mathildes Pantry will be at the farm store with baked goods to round out your Thanksgiving plans. Patty will be bringing sourdough breads and soft dinner rolls made with organic flours. Dinner rolls are available for pre-order through Shelli (text 269-277-36211 read more »

Farm Happenings for November 7, 2023

Posted on November 2nd, 2023
Thanks for taking part in our November share this year! You should receive an email on Thursday evening prompting you to customize your share by Sunday at 8pm. Please login to your Harvie account to customize (not everything shows in the email), and you may add more than $30 of product including ad1 read more »

Walkways, cover crops, weeds

Posted on July 27th, 2023
From where I sit today, it often looks like chaos out in the field. We utilize cover crops in between our beds and they often grow to the point that it makes it look like we are growing that more than the other crops. It is somewhat by design. Weeds, cover crop, and mulch work together to largely o1 read more »

Dirty Dozen

Posted on July 20th, 2023
The farm happenings is back. We have been to busy to get it out, please forgive me! A couple weeks ago I saw that the EWG put out the new list of the ‘dirty dozen’. These are 12 produce items that round out the items that have the most variety of chemicals found on them at the eating st1 read more »

July is happening

Posted on July 6th, 2023
The sweet corn is knee high by the 4th this year, which seems like an accomplishment with the dry spring we have had. Most crops are coming along swimmingly and I’m as tired as can be expected for July. It definitely feels like we are coming into the season where produce is plentiful, but wit1 read more »

Be where your boots are

Posted on June 30th, 2023
Similar to normal life, vegetable and animal farming can feel like an exaggerated roller coaster of good and bad. One day you’re reveling at how nice the lettuce is coming out of the field, but in the same breath you know that you have some cabbage family crops that got flooded from a leaking1 read more »