Category Archives: Farm Updates

Fall / Winter Farmers’ Markets

An amazing Summer was had by us – no more so than at farmers markets across the Adirondacks and Champlain Valley. The good news is that there are two farmers markets continuing on through the Fall and Winter until Christmas time.   The Hotel Saranac this year has invited the Ausable Valley Grange Farmers’ Market […]

Meet the Cows

meet-the-cows

Projects take time, but you do have to start somewhere, lest you never begin. This was our thinking and applied plan for a future micro-dairy. As some of you may know, we have a big red barn with a grand milking parlor. Some have opined that it was the first “modern” milking parlor in Essex […]

Farmer Dan on the Rise Up Podcast

So during the Summer, Dan was featured on the Rise Up Podcast. Recently we started listening to this new podcast while we’re baking in the Breadery¬†called the Rise Up! Podcast with Mark Dyck. It’s episodes hit close to home¬†because rather than talk about recipes and baking techniques, Mark speaks to bakers to get at their […]

Farm Giveaway – May 2018

Our year of farm giveaways continues… and for this month we have something just in time for the growing season – Seeds! Seeds and the many possibilities they bring have been on our mind all winter. Now that the sun is shining and the fields are greening up, our attention turns to soil temperature with […]

Farm Giveaway – April 2018

Large Bird House

Last year we had so much scrap wood around the farm, mostly from building projects and left-over pieces from building our tiny house. All the scraps made it super enjoyable for Dan to make up some rustic birdhouses. He had a lot of fun making them. View this post on Instagram Tea house inspired blue […]

Help Us Get Fired Up!

Help Us Get Fired Up

Help Us Fire Up A Wood-Fired Bread Oven! As many of you know, we have made great progress on our wood-fired bread oven. We got the majority of it completed last year and then BANG – the busy farmer’s market hit and we soared successfully into a full-fledged business – very much in part because […]