Farm Journal

The farm journal is a place to capture bits and pieces of our life and work that often gets missed or left behind in the general shuffle of daily routines and seasonal shifts. In agriculture, I am learning new things all the time and I appreciate the opportunity to share my reflections with you. Thanks for reading!


A Winter Blessing!

It is stormy today and we are cozied up inside. True winter has arrived and while there is no snow on the ground, the days are short and wet and cold and we are all moving slowly around the farm. How are you feeling? How have you adjusted your holiday traditions to meet the needs…

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We Love Our People!

I talk a lot about the animals and the herbs around here, but people are a big part of our farm as well and I learned a long time ago that I can’t do this alone. However, sometimes it’s hard to ask for help and with our animals, especially, we are extremely protective. Running a…

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Time flies…

August is almost over! It’s hard to believe September is just around the corner and we are already preparing the farm for the off-season. It is also hard to believe this is the end of our third cheese season. I remember, not so long ago, when I was pregnant with June and dreaming about what…

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It’s July!

Well, I guess I knew this would happen. I was on a role there for awhile with Farm Journal posts and then summer happened. Once the milk starts flowing the days start flowing by, too. FAST! Since my last post, we have been in our normal (hectic) summer routine of milking, making cheese, and growing…

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Staying At Home-Part Two

At this point I am not sure how many parts this series will have, but I am excited to get back to a regular writing and posting schedule in the Farm Journal. I was going to call these posts “Lambing During A Pandemic,” but considering that social distancing and self-isolation practices could mark our entire…

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We’re Hiring!

Join our team for the 2020 season! We are looking for 2 Farmer’s Market Associates to help sell our cheese, herbs, and yarn! The season runs from May to October and our markets are Saturdays and Sundays. There are opportunities mid-week to help with field and farm work as well. Email for an application: farm@harmonyfields.com

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