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

Farming fails are hard to stomach.

Posted on July 30th, 2021
When things go wrong on the farm, it’s very hard to accept. Often in life we have the opportunity to repair things or make things right, but when crops fail to grow as expected or floods come and destroy the crop there is nothing to be done. We must wait until the following season to try agai1 read more »

Summer Crops!

Posted on July 23rd, 2021
That means I’m too busy to write a farm happenings for you all. I hope you’re enjoying your deliveries and I’ll work on keeping it coming! Thanks for eating local organic! Please remember to return your boxes.   read more »

Triple bottom line

Posted on July 16th, 2021
July 16 today! Where’s the summer going? What’s done is done! The summer crops that are in is what we have, there is no time remaining to put in more, in fact even the cool weather fall vegetables will transplanted outside this next week. Lots of good crops to come!  This week we a1 read more »

Blueberries, Flowers, and flooding

Posted on July 9th, 2021
This week we are partnering with a local blueberry farm, Blue Paradise Farm in Covert, MI, that is in the process of converting to Organic. What does it take to transition blueberries?  1. The plants have to be weaned off chemical fertilizers- the cost of organic replacement for chemical ferti1 read more »


Posted on July 2nd, 2021
As farmers we become deeply in tune with what is going on outside with the weather and we have learned how the changes affect the plants. Just like us, most plants like things to be consistent, from moisture to temperature, extreme swings result in plant stress. As farmers, it is our job to guess h1 read more »