Have you prepared your land for a bountiful elderberry harvest? What are your elderberry options if you haven’t?
For the second installment of our special Elderberry Workshop Series we’re hosting Taylor Clark of Boulder Berry Farms, located in southwest Ohio. Boulder Berry Farms offers USDA Certified Organic elderberries; fresh, frozen, dried, and freeze dried. They also have a herd of purebred KuneKune pigs, a docile grazing farm animal perfect for smaller homesteads. In late 2019, they cut their first rows of elderberries and purchased hundreds of cuttings. From there, the rest is history…which you can hear in this episode!
In This Episode:
Who Taylor is and how he got into elderberries 1:12
What role water plays in the farming of elderberries 3:31
About land preparation for Boulder Berry Farms 6:24
How you can grow elderberries if you don’t have your land prepped in time 10:12
The typical yield per acre on Boulder Berry 17:00
How Boulder Berry has refined their practices over time 23:25
The vision for the near future of Boulder Berry Farms 28:41
Where you can find out more about Taylor and Boulder Berry Farms 31:00
Sign up for our free Elderberry workshop series – https://www.elderberryworkshop.com
Boulder Berry Farms website – https://www.boulderberry.com
Boulder Berry Farms Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/boulderberry
And if you want to keep the conversation going, join us in our Facebook Group to connect with us and other farmers looking to grow their business!
We also have six free eguides to help you be more effective on your farm (Winter Growing, Pastured Poultry, Washing Shed Efficiency, Profitable Farmers Toolkit, What to Look for in a Farm Property, etc), which you can download here.
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