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

Trim the Fat

Posted on August 27th, 2021
As fall approaches, we are spending every day bringing in the crops. It gives me as the farmer plenty of time to reflect and scheme for next season. I’ll have to say that rarely am I excited to harvest. Lots of times the crops look quite good, but I know there is more potential to be had. It&1 read more »

Winter Plans & Canning Tomatoes

Posted on August 20th, 2021
As farmers we have to plan for next year, for the winter, and for five years out all during the busiest season of the year. Everything that we do during this summer affects what the condition of things will be next summer and into the future. In a year that we’ve had allot of flooding and los1 read more »

Integrating Animals

Posted on August 13th, 2021
Integrating animals into a vegetable operation. I think most vegetable producers would read that statement and decide right away that it’s not a good idea. Why would somebody add another layer of complexity to the operation? The simple answer is that animals eat things that we don’t. We1 read more »

Ponderings of a farmer

Posted on August 6th, 2021
If you've been reading my farm happenings, you will know some of the things that have failed or struggled. So as I think towards the future I am struck how important it is to diversify both my crops and my type of customers. When we set off at the beginning of the year we always think about beautif1 read more »