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Monday, December 28, 2015


The colors are funny here because I wanted to make sure you could see the kitty cats
One frosty morning, fall cover of Oats, Peas and Daikon

Breaking out the cold weather gear, for one day.

Charles County won the Southern Maryland Young Farmer Olympics!

Walk about carrot

Our farm in gingerbread, at The Pig

Catalogs are starting to come in

Frosted arugula

Gayle flaming the asparagus beds in hopes of killing the Asparagus Beetles wintering-over

Frosted Red Mustard

Birds and Puddy

Guineas stared free ranging during the day in November

Puddy keeps a close eye on them

The chickens get fresh greens on the regular

The guineas love it when I straw a bed



New this year! Thai Kang Kob Pumpkin, baby

Thai Kang Kob Pumpkin, mature

Fall Brassicas coming in and our skinny field cut with hay bailed

Fall cover crop, Oat, Peas and Daikon Radish

Fall hoops house planting. Radish, Turnips, Asian Greens and Spinach

This guys was eating all my Lacinato Kale for weeks, not anymore

Rodent control in the stables








Lots of Mexican Sour Gherkins pickled at The Pig
All EatWell was invited out to the farm for a day of food and fun

Chefs Michael and Shabier roasted a big for the big shindig



Hens figuring out their laying box

The guineas like to roost up high


 Puddy Time



Cover Crop turned in, getting ready for fall planting

Edible marigolds make gorgeous garnish

Praying Mantis

Praying Mantis

Artisan Cherry tomatoes

Leaning and lowering of heirloom tomatoes

Summer delivery

Pears from the orchard

Sungold Cherry Tomatoes
ONE PEACH from all that work trying to save the peach tree.  It was delicious.



Guineas are out among the chickens everyone is getting along

Eating Well

Lunch packed by one of our CSA members








Puddy Time 

Sharing her seat with boxes for the farm

Sharing her seat with Sprocket