Farmers' Market season begins!

This Saturday we will be back in our usual stomping ground, selling our wares along with all the other growers in the summer sunshine. On the farm things are as busy as ever. We are almost done planting potatoes, we nearly have the farm’s first beehives put together, and Molly and Polly are almost moved into their new horse pasture.

Meanwhile, we continue working on the big projects. Chelsea is getting everything set up for the first Farmer’s Table meal on May 25th and we are prepping for the permaculture design course in August. We are still working on the website for Farmer’s Table but if you are interested in the Permaculture course you can check out Midwest Permaculture Design Certification at Fox Hollow Farm or our Permaculture at Fox Hollow Farm Facebook page.

Open Farm Day

Hello everyone! This Saturday from 2 to 5 is our annual open farm day!
Bring the kids out this Easter Weekend to see baby lambs, chicks, and calves as well as our new team of draft horses! There will be signs and maps for a self-guided tour, order pickup (please place orders ahead of
time, no order required to attend), a tractor for the kids to sit on, lots of green grass and good weather (hopefully), and a draft horse driving demonstration!

Open Farm Day coming soon

Lambing is finally about to wrap up which means it’s almost time for Fox Hollow’s open farm day!
This year’s open farm day is Saturday, April 19th. Bring the family out to the farm this Easter to see baby lambs, chicks, and the first flowers of spring!

We will have many of the usual activities set up but this year we hope to do something new: A horse-drawn equipment demonstration! We are still working out the details but we hope to show off Andy and Ray in all their glory. Hope to see you there!