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About the Flock

photo courtesy of EMU

photo by EMU

 

I grew up on a farm in Wisconsin and we always had sheep.  Raising livestock takes more land than raising produce and it wasn't until 2011 that I found some excellent pasture available located very close to the vegetable farm.  With abundant pasture, the flock has grown to well over 100 ewes, some rams and lots of lambs.  Few types of work are more enjoyable than tending to healthy livestock.  The busiest time of year is lambing time, which conveniently wraps up as the work with the produce begins to increase in the spring. 

The sheep are primarily of the suffolk breed. We raise them mainly for meat, which we sell at the Harrisonburg Farmers Market and to local restaurants. We also have breeding stock to sell throughout the year.

 

 

CSA Info SheetJanuary 16th, 2017

    Season’s Bounty Farm & CSA A Summer’s Supply of Fresh Vegetables   Spring will be here soon, so here is the info sheet with all the details for the upcoming 2017 v

What We GrowJanuary 12th, 2017

  This is a list of the crops we are planning to grow in 2017 Tomatoes Peppers Kale Watermelons Green Beans Lettuce Swiss Chard Potatoes Garlic Radishes Spinach Pumpkins Winter Squash Red Beets C

More Flexibility and Choice this year with Season's Bounty Farm vegetable subscriptionsMarch 9th, 2016

Hello from Season's Bounty Farm! We planted the peas yesterday... spring is underway! I want to highlight 2 things about our CSA that offer increased flexibility and choice with the vegetable subscrip