Farm Happenings at Willow Haven Farm
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Farm Happenings at Willow Haven Farm

How We Survived Last Week & Upcoming Flower UPICK Event

Posted on July 28th, 2019
We are thankful to have our full crew back to work this week. Last week was tough but the girls (and one lone farm boy) rose to the challenge. They picked cucumber twice, green peppers, swiss chard, and harvested three rows of potatoes. It doesn’t sound like much when I just list it that way but... read more »

Meet the Mostly Girl Farm Crew

Posted on July 22nd, 2019
  Most of our guys are gone from the farm this week so we invited a pair of sites from church to stay and work for a few days and the sister of one of our farm boys will be here all week. Nature invented an exciting introduction to farm work for them on Sunday evening. Because of the thunderstorms... read more »

You Gotta Try the Cheese!

Posted on July 18th, 2019
****Haven Farmstead Table surprised Farm CSA customers who ordered cheese on Wednesday with a free pack of grass-fed cheese curds.  Haven Farmstead would like to say THANK YOU to all customers who support us as we launch our new business. **** Have you met our beautiful cheese makers yet? Andres,... read more »

You Gotta Try the Cheese!

Posted on July 15th, 2019
Have you met our beautiful cheese makers yet? Andres, our dairy & veggie farmhand, took this beautiful picture. Over the winter we bought 7 Ayrshire dairy cows, built a barn, bought equipment and built a cheese room on the farm to start our sister business, Haven Farmstead Table.  Those cows... read more »

Zucchini Boats Floating Down the Field!

Posted on July 10th, 2019
Summer Squash grow really, really fast and a weekend can produce "baseball bat" size veggies, especially if we miss a picking like we did this weekend. Farmer Reuben was crashing with fatigue last Saturday afternoon after sending veggies to our Rose Garden Farmer's Market in Bethlehem, our Farm Share... read more »

Zucchini Boats Floating Down the Field!

Posted on July 8th, 2019
Summer Squash grow really, really fast and a weekend can produce "baseball bat" size veggies, especially if we miss a picking like we did this weekend. Farmer Reuben was crashing with fatigue on Saturday afternoon after sending veggies to our Rose Garden Farmer's Market in Bethlehem, our Farm Share... read more »

What is Rescue Weeding & Why Did We Do IT? PLUS More Tips & Recipes

Posted on July 1st, 2019
It really feels like summer on the farm now.  There is way too much to do as we now are picking crops that keep producing day after day like beans, cukes, and zukes.  Just wait till we start picking tomatoes! Last week we picked our first green beans after completing a “rescue weeding.”... read more »