Pumpkins, gourds, mums, and more… much more!! Come on out to the farm to check out the area’s largest selection of pumpkins and gourds. We have many different sizes, shapes, and colors. We are open from dawn to dusk 7 days a week. Cash or check only please. Click the pumpkins tab for directions.
When the weather heats up the pigs are sure glad that they have shade and plenty of water.
What a spring!! As of mid June things on the farm are finally starting to wind down. All of the corn, beans, and pumpkins have been planted. This spring was more challenging than most with the excess rain. Most of the crops were planted at least 3 weeks later than we would like. In the big picture, the late planting date shouldn’t decrease yields too much. About a third of our beans had to be replanted because of the heavy rains we received in May. All-in-all the crops are off to a good start. The picture below shows the sidedress applicator that we use to apply nitrogen fertilizer to the corn. Nitrogen is one of the main nutrients needed by corn to achieve optimum plant health. We choose to apply the nitrogen after the corn has emerged to maximize the nutrient needed by the plant. We will be at the first Washington Square Farmers Market beginning on June 22nd. Come on out and say “hi”.
It’s here!!!… Just in time for grilling season. We are now selling farm fresh beef and pork raised on our farm with care. Click on the “Fresh Beef and Pork” tab for more information.
As of now most of our crops have been planted, but with the wet spring our produce won’t be ready until mid-July. We will keep you updated as the crops grow.
We take pride in what we sell and challenge you to taste the difference!
We are located northeast of Washington on Cruger Rd. See the map under the ”Farm Stand” page.