lloyd May 15, 2018 Uncategorized 0 Comments Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Related Tags: avalon_farms, farmersmarket, healthyfood, instagram, marketatdothan, onions, sustainablemarketfarming Continue Reading Previous PostWhen your healthy yellow squash plants start having the baby squashes swivel and rot, you got a fungus. Time to break out the neem oil. Neem is a natural, organic product from the neem tree.Next PostBeing a sustainable farm means integrating different parts of the farm together in a way that makes the best use of everything we have. Here Sally and Princess are eating some of the older sugar snap peas vines that we cleaned out to make room for the next crop planned for that space. There’s still a few pea pods on the vines, and there is always a race to find them before the other goats. Humans aren’t the only ones who love sugar snap peas! Of course, we don’t usually follow up with the rest of the plant for dessert. 🤣 You Might Also Like Yay! The zephyr squash is back at Avalon Farms! Tasty and tender, with a hint of nuttiness. We’ve got a bunch this morning at Poplar Head farmers market in downtown Dothan. It’s overcast and cooler, and it looks like the rain will hold off. Come see us! July 13, 2019 No, I don’t have all my chores done yet. Sometimes you just have to let your Dad take you fishing. It’s good for both of you. July 18, 2018 When the Junebugs decide that this pear is the very best one on the tree 🤣. Ok, you guys can have this one. We’ll use the rest to make our Avalon Farms Ginger Pear and Pear Honey jams. These are on the pear tree that was “the old pear tree” when Wendy’s dad was a little boy. He’s in his mid 70s now. September 3, 2019 Leave a Reply Cancel reply Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.