We Need To Get Planting

Mt Folly Farm Plants

March and April 2018 It has been a cold, wet spring, and we need to get planting. We’ve weaned the fall calves, fixed everything that needed fixing, and spent two months slogging through mud, and more mud. Right now, the guys are testing the flame weeder, our weapon against weeds in our organic fields. March…

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We Finished Our Granary

Laura Freeman

January 2018 The big news for January is that we finished our granary, and started grinding heritage cornmeal and grits for local sale. We’ve sold some Bloody Butcher to a Ky. Distillery, and tried some for Wildcat Willy’s, perfecting the grain blend for our new distillery in our hometown of Winchester. Our goal is system…

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Our 2017 Farm Year

November – The month started out with rain, which came to a sliding stop, and as I write this (December 3) it is pretty droughty and unseasonably warm. We’ve only had a trace of moisture in the last 30 days. This has stunted the cover crops, but allowed us to finish harvest in good time.…

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