Happenings at the Farm

A new decade is upon us at the Farm, as 2020 has rolled in.  We are very excited about the upcoming growing season that is just around the corner.  The last few seasons have been very challenging with the record amounts of moisture that mother nature handed us.  We look forward to the upcoming season with new and old challenges that may arise.  We are constantly planing how to make your experience at the Farm even better than your last visit.  Every year we make some changes, some are small and some years the changes might be very drastic in the eyes of some.  Yet they are all done in a manner to improve how we operate, but more importantly to improve your time here on the Farm  whether you are picking berries or walking through the Corn Maze during Farmtoberfest.

We are busy getting all our seed and plant orders in and paid for.  Planning and organizing where we are going to plant everything as it changes year to year with all our rotations.  Going through a lot of the equipment and getting them all ready for the busy season.  Some work happens in the Hoop House, as we start planting in March and are currently growing spinach and lettuce.

Spring will soon be upon us and of course strawberry picking.  Really!  Winter is a time for us to regenerate our energy for the upcoming seasons, but also to reflect on our blessings and why we are so grateful.

We hope you and your family will venture to the Farm this spring, summer & fall and enjoy what we have to offer. What a great way to get in touch with your food and who is growing it. There’s nothing like spending a little time in the country and breath some fresh country air.

Here are the approximate dates for the upcoming 2020 harvest events at the Farm.

March 13 – Farm’s 106th birthday in the family

Beginning of May – Asparagus, Lettuce and Spinach

Middle of June – Our Strawberry & Pea Picking Adventures

3rd week of June – Cucumbers, Tomatoes & Green Beans

Beginning of July – Raspberries

Middle of July – Blueberries

Saturday August 1st – Closed for private wedding

Middle of September – Farmtoberfest, our Fall Family Farm Fun Celebration. Plenty of Pumpkins, Fall Décor, Challenging Corn Maze, Hay Rides, Scarecrow Making, Pumpkin Painting, Corn Cob Chucking, Activities in the Pumpkin Village, Food & Drink, and so much more.

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See you soon at the Farm

Growing Memories at Porter’s Patchyummy!

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