State of the Farm

We passed a good winter with mild temperatures that included only one freeze and plenty of rain overall with a single dry spell of about 4 weeks that slowed but did not stop the growth of our winter pastures. The winter season was about as good as it gets.

We have now entered the most impressive time of the year, the Spring Flush. Having witnessed it for 26 years and counting, it’s still the season that keeps on giving with grasses seemingly jumping out of the ground and wildflowers providing the icing on the cake. Even when we hit soft spots – our records teach us to expect one dry-ish month in the March/April/May trifecta — the temperatures are so mild that growth accelerates unimpeded. Simply stated, the Spring Flush inspires all who witness it. So join us on April 23rd and live the Flush!