Monthly Archives: November 2011

Closing in on the holidays…

Well, if we were better at what we do, we’d have turkeys, pumpkins, potatoes, sweet potatoes, cranberries, apples, and stuffing to sell right about now.  All things come to those who plan and dream and do!  Maybe next year (probably … Continue reading

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Winter market, take two: It’s still very much fall, by the way. Snow not withstanding.

Hi everyone, This is our first blog/winter market announcement.  The week has been full of activities.  We brought in our old hens for processing on Monday.  Seth, Carolyn and I caught birds in the moonlight on Sunday, and then Jeff … Continue reading

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Running Away to Home

As the summer come to an end I’ve been trying to think of other topics that might be interesting. Things such as, why do we keep roosters in with the hens? I’ll cover that in the next few weeks. If … Continue reading

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Salt Fork Farms Winter Market (plus Milo’s Halloween Costume)

The Iowa City Farmers’ Market has come to an end. Moving forward Salt Fork Farms will be having a Winter Market at Deluxe Bakery in Iowa City.  If you are on our email list, great! If you want to be on our … Continue reading

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