lloyd September 1, 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, cats, farmcat, instagram, marketatdothan, marketfarming, poplarheadfarmersmarket, sustainablemarketfarming Continue Reading Previous PostThis is unfiltered picture. Care to guess which egg is from our free range pasture chickens, and which is from the store? 🤔 The one the left is one of the first eggs from our new batch of pastured chickens (which is why it’s smaller). Buy fresh, buy local. 😀Next PostIs nothing sacred! Can’t the worms even wait till the spinach transplants are planted out in the garden!!!! Got worm guts on my fingers. Die, vermin, die!! You Might Also Like 1st greens harvest of Fall! 4 kinds of kale: tuscanodino, red Russian, white Russian and Siberian. Fighting the heat with afternoon waterings. 90 plus degrees (real feel 100 plus!) September 18, 2018 Being 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. 🤣 May 16, 2018 We love love love (love!) selling our farm’s naturally grown produce and eggs at farmers markets. But after being up late the night before preparing things, then getting up at 4 to load and drive, and being out in the South Alabama heat for 5 hours, we usually feel like one of our wilted table displays when we finally get back home. June 11, 2018 Leave a Reply Cancel reply Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.