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Moraine Farm: Coming Attractions

 

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Life and death on the farm

This is picture of a killdeer nest with three eggs and one chick in it. Click on the picture to make it bigger and then stare at it for a moment, you’ll see them. It was taken on Friday. By … Continue reading

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Night Work

The popcorn pictured here is growing along the fence in the Pick Your Own field. Did you know that corn grows at night?

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Cows at Moraine Farm?

Smelled like it a bit last week, but no cows on the farm, just their poop. Appleton farmer, Charley Wolcott spread 145,000 pounds of composted manure, food scrapes and yard waste on our farm fields last week. Thank you Charley!

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Moraine Farm Geology and Field Walk

Join geologist James Matz and farm manager Gretta Anderson on Saturday, May 11 from 1:00-3:00, for a tour of Moraine Farm in Beverly. The tour is free, open to the public and limited to 30 participants. Register on-line at Moraine … Continue reading

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What’s this? Take the test!

How is your spring veggie knowledge? Can you guess what’s growing in this field? The leaves of this crop just broke the surface of the soil this week. Click on the photo to get a better look, then choose your answer … Continue reading

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Where’s the …..?

Click on the blue lines, shaded areas and markers to see where various fields and crops are.

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What’s that? Potatoes!

As you drive into the farm on the new entrance road, the second field you see contains our potato crop. Planted on both sides of road, the potatoes are flowering beautifully. We are growing 14,000 pounds of spuds this season. … Continue reading

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