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- Pumpkin biscotti, flower bouquets and lots of veggies will be @fmozarks tomorrow For the pre-Thanksgiving pop up market come see the Christmas tree get lit and enjoy the evening before the big feast while gathering a few of your last items. 4-8Spent three full sweet days in Ohio on our dear friends new farm. Adam and Tabitha Blaney use to help us on our farm, but not even a year ago they made the big move to OH to become full time veggie farmers. We finally carved out a bit of time to come alongside them and help them out. We were so impressed with what they have already accomplished, they really are off to an amazing start. It was fun to watch the To-Do and Someday list shrink while we worked and played together on their little corner of the earth they are stewarding. We know feeding and housing our crew is no small task (one they did so graciously), but we also know many hands makes light work, and makes the work be filled with the joy of brotherhood and sisterhood! We cherish you Blaney people!!What a beautiful day to come see your farmers at the Farmers Market of the Ozarks 8-1.Uncovering goodness! Floating row cover and plastic kept these babies growing!Leaves 🍁 leaves, we want your leaves! Drop them of at Amanda Owen and Ryan Owen’s house at 626 S Fremont. There will be a large dump trailer parked in her drive, empty your bags into the trailer. Please do not throw the bags in the trailer. We will haul them out to Millsap Farm once it is full! Thanks for helping us grow more organically raised produce for the Ozarks!! If you notice it is getting full text Curtis at 417839-0847 so we can arrange to dump it and bring it back! Also you are welcome to bring them out to the farm, just follow the signs and dump your leaves back by the pigs.Newest licensed driver you’ll!! Happy birthday to this sweet 16 year old!!
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So you have turnips in you CSA share, you know to put them in soups but you are wondering what else. Well let me help, the farm crew and especially my kids found these turnips delicious! 3 cups of peeled … Continue reading
Millsap Farm Blake’s Cream of Cold Weather Soup with Braised Greens Ingredients:2-3 medium turnips 1 daikon radish 1 bunch of kale 1 large onion 4 cloves of garlic 6 cups vegetable stock ½ cup yogurt or cream juice of a … Continue reading
ummer is still in full swing on the farm, with a full harvest of summer’s bounty, and just the tiniest peak at fall with some greens. We’ve got lots going on this week, with pizza oven building, constructing a new … Continue reading
It’s a hot one on the farm today, with a little breeze to keep us from melting. Summer crops are starting to ripen, so you’ll see bell peppers, tomatoes, and cucumbers in your share today. This time of year we … Continue reading
In the harvest today; Radishes; if you’re like me, and raw radishes are a bit spicy for your taste, try them saute’d with butter! We discovered this one winter when we had way too many radishes, and it’s become one … Continue reading
It’s a thunderstormy day on the farm, but the harvest is just about complete, and we’re getting ready to divide the portions out. We have a great spring share today, with lots of greens, radishes, beets, romaine lettuce, etc. I … Continue reading
Tuesday is the last Summer CSA harvest for 2012. It has been a very challenging season, with much less water than we needed, and very high temperatures, which dramatically decreased the tomato, green bean, lettuce, and carrot harvest. On the … Continue reading
Here is the Vegan kohlrabi slaw recipe, we will be eating this for lunch today on the farm: 2 … Continue reading
Millsap Farm with be at FMO which is between Houlihans and Hilton Garden Inn from 7:30-1. We will have loads of produce, you will find us across from our normal spot, we have been moved just a bit. Everything we raise, we … Continue reading
We’re excited about the upcoming growing season, and are already ordering seeds, starting plants, and finalizing summer plans. We’ve spent the winter months researching, studying, attending conferences, recruiting apprentices and interns, renovating greenhouses, revising planting schedules, and all the other … Continue reading