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Frozen: The Farm Edition

Last week’s ice storm enveloped every nook and cranny of everything outdoors on Elmwood Stock Farm, encasing us in a coating of ice. In terms

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Home-Team Advantage

My dad was not enamored with the grandiose consolidated high school that sprang up in a cornfield at the transect of three or four towns

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Sweet Sweet Potatoes

One of the more than 35 seasonal, organic vegetable options available at Elmwood Stock Farm right now is our sweet potatoes. To set the record

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Small Business Saturday

In this season of giving and sharing, we want to spread the love to other small-scale farmers, food producers and organizations who we think you

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Your Turkey Questions Answered

In the run-up to Thanksgiving, we understandably receive a lot of questions about our pasture-raised, organic turkeys. These turkeys are about to be the centerpieces

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This Bird’s For You

We hatched out about 225 Narragansett turkey poults at Elmwood Stock Farm this spring, the eggs gathered from our breeding flock. Some of our toms

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Instinctive Behavior

When we open the portable net fencing to move our poultry to fresh pasture, turkeys move across the field in a terrestrial murmuration, whereas the

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The Little Beans That Could

By all rights, the green, purple, yellow and dragon tongue stringless beans in the driveway field should be black and withered from last weekend’s frosty

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Beef: Less is More

More calves are born in Kentucky every year than in any other state east of the Mississippi River. Elmwood Stock Farm contributes about 60 of

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Turkey Season

The noticeably shorter days post-equinox lead me to think about fall holidays and our turkeys, as they’re nearly ready for harvest, and we’re already taking

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