03/12/10 - still alot of snow cover, but some grassy spots are starting to open up.

At least our heritage turkey flock thinks that spring is here as they've been giving us plenty of eggs. Eggs were set in incubator #1 on 3/8 and incubator #2 should start 3/22. We'll post availablity of heritage turkeys in April/May.

We plan on having fresh chickens available by mid June this year. Click here to see our proposed 2010 growing season for availablity of produce, poultry, beef, and pork. We expect our layer flock to begin laying in May/June.

Come visit us at Chautauqua County Farm Bureau's: Showcase of local agriculture event Sunday, April 11th, at Chautauqua Suites Meeting & Expo Center, Mayville, NY. We will be participating in a handful of other events this spring and summer and we'll post more information as it becomes available, as well as our Farmer's market schedule.


05/06/10 - Things are starting to grow...

We had a small but succesful hatch of heritage turkeys. Percentages were down a little bit from expected. We hatched close to 30 heritage chicks in our incubators, and our hens are still sitting on about 30 eggs. They are all doing good in the brooder.

Our new layer flock has been ranging for about a month now and are just starting to lay.

The First group of broiler chicks will go out to pasture early next week. and will be processed and available for purchase by mid June. we expect to have fresh chicken available every week throughout the summer. You can reserve birds with a small deposit and they will be available when you request, or they will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Heirloom tomatoes (Brandywine & Amish Paste) and Bell Peppers have been started and moved outside to the cold-frame and doing well. Shell and Snap Peas are in and should sprout any day now. Additional plantings will continue through June. Check our 2010 Growing Season for approximate availabilty of produce.










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