year roundAround The Farm
Our farm grows a multitude of different crops. We try to grow new vegetables for the local community. When fresh produce is available, we sell directly to the public via farmers market and from the farm.
Our produce is picked at the peak of freshness. We pride ourselves in offering produce that is the best for your table. Follow us on Facebook for current updates on harvesting and availability.
Our Resident Livestock
What is a farm without farm animals? We have several breeds of chickens that are egg laying. Fresh eggs are available year round. Donkey and Zorro are the resident miniature donkeys, Tom and Jerry are the resident miniature goats. Luke is our working Belgian draft horse. Our cow of the year is Sucky Moo Hoo. He is a Jersey cow donated by our Butte County Schroer Dairy. Animals are friendly and enjoy people.
Farm Advisor Forum
Spring is a great time to start a garden. If you are looking to get started on sweet corn and tomatoes there is a chance of cool weather still. Grow tunnels are very good protection against frost. Beets, radish, beans, carrots, summer squash, eggplant, okra, and watermelons can be started this month.
Turning your soil a couple days ahead of planting will allow it to warm up your seed beds.