Post author:lloyd Post published:July 26, 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, babybirds, feedmeseymour, instagram, marketatdothan, sustainable, sustainablefarming Read more articles Previous PostFound these cuties while checking on my persimmons.Next PostWatch Steve McCluck, Chick Bronson and Feathers Coburn star in “The Great Chicken Escape”. Coming soon to a pasture near you! In the imortal words of Mr Tweety, “The chickens are revolting!” You Might Also Like Gleaning, 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 😀 July 13, 2018 Hey, Wiregrass! This goes out to all of the fans of Avalon Farms’ Zephyr Squash. It’s that time of year again! If you haven’t had our Zephyr Squash, you’re in for a treat! It’s our personal favorite of all of our summer squash. More flavorful, a little firmer texture (who wants squash mush?), and sweet with a hint of nuttiness. It’s great! We’ll be at opening day for Poplar Head Farmers Market in downtown Dothan this Saturday, May 15th. It’s a new location, with many new vendors. It’s now located on North Foster street, across from Church’s Fried Chicken. We’ll be open from 8 to 12. Supposed to be a beautiful day, come see us! May 12, 2021 So what did we get at the equipment auction yesterday? You’re looking at the beginnings of two new pastured poultry eggmobiles (trailers), two new raised beds for spinach & greens (cattle feed troughs) and a rake attachment that I’m sure we’ll find something to do with. 🤣 Not shown are racks for onion & garlic drying, chicken crates and other small handy items. We love auctions, almost as much as we love repurposing things to work on the farm. Talk about sustainable! March 3, 2019 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.