Post author:lloyd Post published:July 7, 2018 Post category:Uncategorized Post comments: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, instagram, marketatdothan, marketfarming, poplarheadfarmersmarket Read more articles Previous PostThe gang at Avalon Farms say Hi!, and happy Friday! Next PostGleaning, the process of going along and getting the leftovers after the harvest, is mentioned in the Bible several places. Gleaning is good for the next crop, good for the land, and good for the pocketbook. Here we’re gathering up leftover hay cuttings to use as clean mulch in the gardens. It’s about as sustainable as you can get 😀 You Might Also Like Well, 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 plants May 29, 2018 There’s not a lot of plants that you have to get inside to harvest, but our brown turkey fig trees are one of them! 🤣 Thankfully not scratchy like okra. July 14, 2019 The ladies are getting a nice snack from the garden 2 clean up. They like it all, but love turnips the best. Feeding them the garden excess/waste helps keep them healthy, gives them better testing eggs and helps in reducing our supplemental feed costs. January 18, 2020 Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username to comment Enter your email address to comment Enter your website URL (optional) Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.