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2020-Farm-News

May 20, 2020

I have lots of pictures for you today. Extended season shares will be going out in a little less than two weeks from now. Not all of the produce in the pictures below may be ready for extended season or the first few weeks of regular season, but we will send it out when it is ready. 

 

Baby cucumbers and tomatoes.

 

Kale, and happy sheep out on pasture.

 

Chard and red kohlrabi.

 

Baby peppers and flowering pea plants

 

Garlic scapes are almost ready.  An apple tree covered in blossoms

 

Green kohlrabi and red lettuces.

May 17, 2020

Hooray! It rained here this past weekend. We needed it so badly, but we got a bit more than we wanted. 🙂 We went from what felt like a drought to some plants getting flooded. Fortunately, our field can soak in a lot of water fairly quickly. Four and a half inches of rain takes a few days to soak in though. The picture is of part of the field. The lighter spots are dry dirt that has been exposed to wind, and the darker areas are mud. It’s cool to see how the water flows through the field and hightunnels when we get that much rain.

April 25, 2020

We used our new paper-pot planter yesterday. I got some pictures of it, along with pictures of random other things on our farm. 🙂

 

1st: Lots of onions in the ground.     2nd: Planting on the waterwheel.

 

3rd: Our last bit of onions came with rubber bands around each bundle. We collect them as we plant as badges of honor 🙂      4th: Joshua tilling

5th: Planting seeds with our new paper-pot planter.     6th: Stretching out the paper strips for seeds to go in. 

April 23, 2020

We have all the onions, potatoes, and some random other crops like kohlrabi, green romaine lettuces, chard, kale, cauliflower, and beets planted in the field. Three days ago, the field was completely empty, and now about half of it is tilled, and we have a lot of plants in the ground. 

April 3, 2020

If you need beef, ground pork, eggs, ham, or hamburger patties let us know. You can come out and get them. We are open to serve you at our open-air farm with all the goods you want. I’m slowly working on setting up an online preseason store but it seems to be coming along slowly thanks to the chickens, sheep, cows, plants, weeds, dogs, kids and just regular life. 🙂 

We will run a delivery with beef the week of April 20th. We should have eggs then too. 

We are keeping all of our customers in mind as we are going through this very odd time. Thanks for supporting us as we are busy getting things ready for you. Blessings!!

April 1, 2020

I am so sorry I haven’t updated our site recently. We have been so busy through this crazy time. We have been doing all we can to deliver healthy, fresh meat and eggs to those in need. 

After running five deliveries in the last two weeks we are taking this week to allow people to pick up meat and eggs at the farm. We have scheduled 5 more cows at the processor, the first two will come back mid-April. We have 1/2 beef left. Let us know if you need any beef, in April or May. Thanks for supporting our farm. I feel like we can get through this together. I pray for great happiness and health for you all! 

March 18, 2020

Dean is out on the delivery today. We are so happy to be getting good food to you and your families! We had so many orders we are doing the second half of the list on Friday. Thanks for understanding!

We are currently planning another delivery next Wednesday also. As long as we have food we are happy to bless others with it. That being said we are sold out of numerous items. 

  • Bacon
  • Chicken
  • Beef Roasts 
  • Egg Cases We are out of the cardboard flats and boxes and aren’t planning on ordering more now so we will only be selling dozens. We are getting 50 dozen eggs a day but they are being sold fairly quickly.
  • Please send me an email with your order and we will put you on our delivery list or let me know and you can come pick up. csa@mymnfarmer.com

March 5, 2020

Next delivery Wednesday March 18th! 

On sale: $15 off 1/12th grass-fed beef shares $10 off pork shares and a Buy More, Save More Sale. 

Spend $250 save $20

Spend $500 save $50

Shoot me an email or give me a call if any of this naturally grown food needs to find its way onto your table. Thanks for supporting our family!

Delivery details and order instructions found below pricelist.  

Mixed Meat Our favorite cuts of beef, pork and chicken $110
1/12th Grass-fed Beef 30 lbs steaks, roasts and hamburger $180 Sale
Steak Pack 15 lbs of hereford -angus grass fed beef steaks $120 New
Grill and Crock Pot Share Hamburger patties and roasts $120
10 Lbs Hamburger Grass fed  1 lb packages $60
20 Lbs Hamburger Grass fed 1 lb packages $120
1/4 Pork 37 lbs roasts, chops, ground, ham and amazing bacon $150
Rabbit  Average 4 lbs, young and tender $3.50 lb
Cut Chicken boneless, skinless breasts, wing and legs and thighs $15
Whole Chicken Cleaned and ready to go $15
Eggs Farm fresh, free range, big brown eggs $4 or 2 for $7
Coconut Craisin homemade and super delicious $7
Apple Cinnamon Apples dried from our organic trees $7
Raisin Cinnamon Like an oatmeal cookie $7
Chocolate Peanut Butter Granola No explanation needed. YUM!  $7
Sweet Cinnamon Great as is or ready to add fruit or nuts $7
Cashew Crunch Cashews and coconut toasted in maple syrup addicting, deliciousness $10
1/2 Turkey Average 16 lbs So amazingly delicious $3 a lb
5 lb Bag Onions mix of yellow and red $5

On Wednesday the 18th we will deliver your meat to your door. If you aren’t going to be home, no problem! You put a cooler on your stoop with a check in it. We then come to your house and switch the check for the meat. You can also prepay by cc or paypal. 

To order please call, text or email me, Jean, with your order and address. You can copy the chart above and highlight or bold the items you want.  We will then send you an invoice that you then proofread your address and order and we are all set. 

Free delivery for order $100 or more. Just $5 delivery fee for less than $100. 

Thanks for supporting or family farm! 

Jean 612-245-6271 csa@mymnfarmer.com

February 28, 2020

Hope you had a wonderful CSA day! Don’t forget there is still time to sign up for this season if you want to gift yourself with healthy food weekly. 🙂 

Our plants are sprouted and it is so wonderful to see green again! We also saw our first mosquito in the greenhouse! Really!?!?! Dean killed it, hoping it was alone and didn’t hatch with a bunch of friends. 

Have a blessed weekend! 

February 18, 2020

Hello faithful CSA friends. We are now planting and are anxiously awaiting how many wonderful families we get to grow for this year! We strive to get you amazing, healthy, organically grown produce fresh to your table. Our boxes consist of a variety of what is ripest and best at each week of the season. We give you more than the value of the box each week and you get a free newsletter with farm news and recipes each week. 

Here are the beginnings of the seeds. Can you believe we plant almost every single one of these seeds by hand?!?!?

 

One seed at a time!

 

Here is Ellie planting Alyssum seeds that a sweet man bought her as a ‘random act of kindness’ at Tractor Supply Company in Prior Lake. Thank you!

 

1st variety of onion seeds planted. 200 hand-planted seeds per flat. 20 flats down 60 onion flats to go. Then on with all the other varieties.

 

Taken just before we walked in here the first time in 2020.

February 15, 2020

The date is set!!!! Baby Animal Day will be held on May 17th from 2:00 to 6:00. The Pizzeria is scheduled to bring their awesome brick oven pizza and local ingredients. We are so excited. Lambs, piglets, chicks, calves, cows that eat out of your hands, farm tours and lots of wonderful fun!

Frolicking baby lambs!

 

Peanut our 5 lbs bottle lamb.

February 1, 2020

Wow a whole month of 2020 is gone already and we have lots of cute little lambs here!

Yes, I just took this picture. This is soooo sweet and delicious!

January 27,2020

Our first lambs are here. Yay for super cuteness!

January 10, 2020

Despite the weather, the calves are doing great. We are so happy the moms are taking good care of them and they are all snuggled up!

January 1, 2020

Happy New Year!

Even in the winter time, we stay busy. Lately, we’ve been building a hightunnel for the sheep to have their lambs in a warm place this next spring, moving the cows around in their pens so they stay happy, and doing school.

 

January is the month in which we order seeds for the upcoming season. If there are any fruits or vegetables you’d like us to grow, please let me know by sending me (Farmer Jean) a text at 612-245-6271 or an email @ csa@mymnfarmer.com



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