Sunday, February 10, 2013


Welcome to Baker Heritage Farms;

It was a beautiful weekend, with rain last night and sunshine and warmth today.

David spent Tuesday and Wednesday putting in the rest of the T-posts for fencing the production fields.

Friday, David and Donald placed seed and supply orders, and went out and picked up more fencing material. Saturday Donald worked on the blog, and today David and Donald put up 300 feet of fence and started putting up the gate, both for the production fields.

Farm work is starting in earnest. Seed orders should be arriving this next week and will need planting, both in the production fields and in seed beds (for the transplants). The fence needs to be completed (approximately 900 feet left to go), and, when we think we are due for a break, March seed orders will need to be placed and we will have to prepare for the arrival of the chickens.

We are actually looking forward to the challenge. The next few months will be the real test to see if we are really ready to be full-time farmers.

Until next week,

Blessings from Baker Heritage Farms

"The love of family and the admiration of friends is much more important than wealth and privilege." Charles Kuralt

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