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Posts tagged with: vegetables

Have you had experienced, competent, professional mentors throughout your farming journey? If not, it could make all the difference in how you run your farm! Joining me today on this special 100th episode for the Thriving Farmer Podcast, are two of my long time personal mentors, Paul and Sandy Arnold. They are the owners and......
What career path should you consider if you’re passionate about bringing high quality nutritious meals to your community’s tables and creating a quality-rich environment for animal livelihood? Joining us today on the Thriving Farmer Podcast is Luke Groce of Groce Family Farm. Luke started Groce Family Farm near Louisville, KY soon after he got married......
How do experienced farmers go about building the most healthy, fertile soil possible to yield the highest quality and quantity produce?  Joining us on today’s podcast is Casey Ostwinch of Honey Tree Farm, a Certified Naturally Grown, four-season bio-intensive market garden located in Conover, North Carolina. Casey and his wife Tori use human scale techniques......
Can you run an animal-based farm and simultaneously be passionate about animal welfare? Our guest today proves that those two things aren’t a direct conflict of interests. Marissa Paykos of Hardeeville, South Carolina joins us today to tell us all about her farming operation, Whippoorwill Farms. Whippoorwill is a small farm with plans on making......
What goes into owning and operating a farm that grows over 250 varieties of vegetables, fruits, herbs, and flowers year-round?  Veteran four-season farmer Andre Cantelmo of South Hampton, New Hampshire joins us today to deliver an in-depth answer to that question plus much more! Heron Pond Farm began the year-round farming business in 1998, allowing......