Crop Update

We’ve been busy in the fields this spring. All of the berry bushes have been pruned and given a healthy dose of compost. Andrew has just started picking strawberries, the cherries will follow and should be ready by the end of June, and the currants will be right behind, usually by the second week in […]

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Cherry nets

It took a whole team and more hours than expected but we have the nets up over the cherry trees, including our newest additions. A big thank you to everyone that lent a hand!

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The buzz from the field

The bees on the farm have been busy these past several weeks and they’ve also been on the move. We found them swarming yesterday, the second time this season they’ve decided to take flight. If you’ve ever been in the midst of a swarm it sure is something to see…   Don’t worry, the bees […]

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Spring has sprung

It’s spring time and we’re busy on the farm preparing for the next berry season. In the past months we’ve pruned thousands of currant and gooseberry bushes. Now, we’re just finishing cleaning up all of those clippings as the leaves and blossoms begin to pop.

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Field Update

All of the hard work that goes on behind the scenes has started to take shape in the fields. The top field is planted with a new crop of black currants and we have added a field of gooseberries. Unfortunately, these will take a few years to mature. But in the meantime we will still […]

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Farm Update

We’re busy getting the farm ready for the new season. Our newest addition is 2,000 new black currant cuttings to plant the top field with. But since that field is too wet to work on right now, all of those cuttings are being planted in 1-gallon pots. It’s quite the task but the sooner those […]

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