Monthly Archives: October 2011

Pick Your Own and The End of The CSA Season

Pick Your Own Pumpkin has ended for the year at Noel Farms Continue reading

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And the Beet Goes On……

One of Autumn’s most underrated vegetables is the humble beet. Actually, beets are available from early summer through the time the ground freezes hard in November because you can succession crop them. But somehow, we appreciate them the most in … Continue reading

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Sunday Morning Coming Down

First of all, listen to this song. KKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way, I can get to the main point of this post. Have you ever awoken to realize that you maybe don’t feel as well … Continue reading

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Chickens Are Omnivores

I was in the barnyard when I noticed the buff hen was going after something. She was working hard at pecking it, which caught my attention. I thought at first that it was a scrap of cloth or something like that. I got closer and saw that it was a small frog! She was playing with the frog like a cat plays with a mouse. Continue reading

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Pleased to meet you!

This is Elise’s inaugural guest post! I am privileged to have been asked to be a part-time guest blogger for Noel Farms! Let me introduce myself:  I am Pat and Deborah’s daughter, Elise. I did not grow up on the … Continue reading

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