Havesting Farm Fresh Okra

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Map512u7IA[/youtube] As these dog days of late summer seem to have us here in middle Tennessee in a tight grip of triple digit temperatures a few plants besides the grass and weeds here on the farm are lovin’ it! Okra […more…]

Working out…the farmer's way

Our friend and photographer extraordinaire Alan Messer loves to come out to the farm and take photos …he also loves the heirloom tomatoes we grow here (Mark always saves Alan a sack full almost every weekend)on the farm. Last weekend […more…]

Splitting Hairs over Splitting Tomatoes

It is official that this farming season will go down in my record book as the hardest one yet. A decade of farming this land under my belt and each comes with its own bag of tricks mind you. But […more…]

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Love in the barnyard

My husband spends his mornings, every morning feeding and caring for the animals here on the farm. When the donkeys and goats see him they begin to call to him. When he approaches the fence they all gather around excited […more…]

News from the farm

Midsummer here on the farm and the honey bees are having a field day with all the squash blossoms and sunflowers.   Their endeavors make for some sweet honey but they can also make for some careful cutting and weeding amongst […more…]

980 miles back to the farm…

I was sitting in the dressing room before my show last night 980 miles away from my farm and feeling every square mile of it. My sister and I were as normal digging through one an-others make up bags and […more…]

Getting away

Once in a great while you have to get away from the farm for a day or two…but with that comes all the organizing and delegating responsibility of caring for the animals and crops. With so many different feeds and […more…]

Irish ancestors & Potatoes

My Irish ancestors that came to this country in escape of the great potato famine would undoubtedly raise their brow at the fact potatoes are one of my favorite crops to grow here on the farm. I was talking with […more…]

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