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- PoppiesSurfing into his birthday! This is how this farmer dances on water. Happy 43 to you my love!Yesterday while floating on the Buffalo River we came to a place where the horse trail crosses the river but it was swift and deep. Reuben chimes in “it would be good if they were riding draft horses.” Curtis and I feeling slightly confused ask, “why do you say that, because they are strong?” “No he says the draft horses are probably big and have real long necks like at the zoo” We had a great laugh together as we pictured 🦒 🐎 crossing the riverPoppies for sale in our farm stand. Only $5 a bouquet! Come by today! They are in our self service farm stand at the greenhouse! Also stock up on lettuce, spinach, scallions and much moreMarket time!! Come shop at Farmers Market of the Ozarks @fmozarks 8-1Lettuce see Beauty Lettuce eat Salad!
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This week we continue with our essay about what it means for Millsap Farm to be sustainable. People often tour our farm to see a sustainable farm in action, either as educational groups, or as part of pizza night. … Continue reading
Farm News: Read the Full Newsletter Here: summer csa 2015 week 15 (1) Working Together- What to Expect So, you’ve signed up to come out and do your work share. What can you expect? Well, you’ll most likely meet Farmer Curtis … Continue reading
We were able to almost finish our revamped seedling table. This is such an improvement over the old one. Come on Spring we are ready! These photos also show us working on soil blocking and starting seeds! The new table … Continue reading
We had wonderful weather for a February work day, and we completed many tasks. Our team was made up of 5 CsA members, Curtis, Sarah and kids, and our wonderful farm man Ryan. Soil Blocking- we planted our spring … Continue reading
Curtis of Millsap Farms helped start and run OzarksCRAFT which is an outreach to help educated those in the area that are interested in learning about sustainable farming. There is a workshop this Thursday that is free and open for … Continue reading
Confessions of a Squash Murderer. Our dear intern Rachel posted this wonderful blog entry on winter squash how to, check it out!
Mexican Butternut Squash by Trisha served at lunch today 1 med- lg butternut squash peel and quartered Place in baking dish and drizzle with olive oil Sprinkle w taco seasoning and a bit of cinnamon Bake for 30-45 min in … Continue reading
The date for the fall potluck and harvest celebration has been set: we’ll be gathering at the farm Saturday evening, October 15th. We’ll get together starting around 5-5:30, with dinner starting at 6p.m. Potluck style dinner, so bring your favorite … Continue reading
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