Tag: farmers market

Day in the Life of Ryerson Urban Farm

[THE MORNING AFTER BY BAD SNACKS] The Ryerson urban farm is a quarter-acre rooftop farm on the George Vari Engineering and Computing centre We harvest for our harvest share members the farmers market good food center and the chefs here at Ryerson eats Here in Toronto. There is a green roof by-law So every new […]

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This is Michigan | Argus Farm Stop Helps Local Food Flourish

When you market through Argus and get 75%, You have a real good chance to make a fair living. We hope to make it easier for a small farmer to have a sustainable life. And we also wanted to make shopping for local food easier, and when you see the joy that people have in […]

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Dead Bees – Neversink Farm Life

The other day, I was hanging out with my seven year old daughter and she was telling me that when she gets older she’s not going to see me. “So why won’t you see me?’ She side”Well you’re not going to be here but I can visit your grave.” I think I was more struck […]

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Neversink Farm Life – Turnip and Radish Salad

How is it going? Can we go to the river? I was going to go to the river later if you want to go. yeah they looked a little like carrots. but you know they’re fennel did you smell it? They don’t smell the same. yeah they don’t smell the same. Can you hold this, […]

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Sustaining the Life of the Organic Farm (complete) 1080P

(background guitar music) Hi, I’m Alex at Caoba Farms in Antigua Guatemala. Today’s video looks at how we practice sustainable organic farming. For everything there is a season and a time for every purpose under the heavens. A time to be born, and a time to die. A time to plant, and a time to […]

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Pig Winter Water & Moving the Peacock

Hi I’m Mike. Today the project list is brought to you by the letter P. Pig Problems and Peacock Problems. We are going to come up with a winter solution for the pigs water, one that wont freeze with our lower temperatures and we are going to solve a first world peacock problem and move […]

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Succession Planting in Market Garden Farming

Hi I’m Erin. Farmers’ market season has started here on the ranch. Every Saturday you can find us in town at our local market. But that doesn’t mean that the work in the gardens is done. In fact, there’s way more work to do then there is time. Today is all about the juggle of […]

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Bringing Out the John Deere and the Haying Equipment

Hi I’m Mike. Haying is due to start in a just a few days and to do that we need equipment. Specialized equipment that is only used here on the ranch for a couple weeks a year. Today we are going to get everything out of storage, gather it up, go through it and start […]

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Moving Cows and Bulls From Here to There and Everywhere

Hi I’m Mike and every day on the ranch is filled with hard work in order to bring food to your plate and as we are now less than one week from shipping calves off to auction, it’s time to move some cows around in order to make room for the over 300 cows and […]

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Haying – Mowing It Down on the Ranch & Farming

Hi, I’m Mike. We have now started up haying on the ranch, producing the bales that will feed our herd for the long, sometimes hard winter. Today we get a look at the first part of the haying process as we get to farming, and cutting grass on our Wyoming life Welcome to our Wyoming […]

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