lloyd June 2, 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, instagram, marketatdothan, poplarheadfarmersmarket, sustainable Continue Reading Previous PostWell, the farm made it through the storm relatively undamaged. Strong winds, and heavy rains, but nothing too severe. The blueberries tried to drink in every last drop, as usual, so a lot of them split (chicken/goat food!). In the second picture, you can see the weeds love the rain as much as the rest of the plantsNext PostIt was so good to be back at Poplar Head farmers market, seeing old friends and making new ones! Thankfully the rain held off, and it was pretty pleasant outside. We’re so sorry about the parking issues – there was a graduation ceremony at the Civic Center. Hopefully something like that won’t happen again! PS – just a reminder, it IS hot outside. If the farmers market is your first stop of the day, you might want to bring a cooler for all of your precious treasures. Fresh herbs left in a hot car while you make a few more stops is a terrible sight You Might Also Like Oh, the promise and potential of a freshly tilled field! What good food will be produced here? How many people will be fed from this small field? Stay tuned! March 4, 2018 The view from my other tractor. (also known as pushing the wheel hoe, aka “FarmFit”) . In other news, green beans coming right along! . April 17, 2019 Favorite tool of the day: Farm Jack. No farm should be without one. Here we’ve been using it to pull up tposts that were used for a tomato trellis all summer. September 28, 2017 Leave a Reply Cancel reply Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.