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

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 »

Ramblings of a Gardener

Posted on June 22nd, 2023
Identifying the source of plant issues can be quite the tangled mess. For instance, we found some spider mites on the cucumber plants and covering the calendulas that are at the end of the rows in the greenhouse. This was identified around the same time that I received my plant sap analysis back fr1 read more »


Posted on June 15th, 2023
We got a bit over an inch of rain this week and was definitely a blessing! We are still in the thick of spring crops and we aren’t seeing allot of variation in our product, but rest assured we are busy making sure that the summer crops are coming along swimmingly. The cool weather and rain th1 read more »

Farm Stuff

Posted on June 8th, 2023
Here at the farm we are enjoying watching the fresh lambs bounce around on healthy pasture. Two years ago, this pasture would have been a heavily tilled and sprayed conventional soybean field. Today, that same field is thriving with mixed species of annual and perennial forage crops, providing both1 read more »

First boxes

Posted on June 1st, 2023
Delivery is restarting! Spring is looking good, but the first few boxes are always a challenge as we work out the kinks and build out the inventory. Our product offerings will likely be light for the first few weeks since it takes time to get things swinging. All in all, crops are looking pretty go1 read more »