The space previously reserved for apprentices has been changed to a Bed and Breakfast. A new page has been set up for it here on the website. If you know anyone looking for a farmy place to stay, have them contact us.
Many of you may have seen the farm’s Facebook posting that our lead horse, Molly, passed away of a stroke on the May long weekend. She is pictured working on the post farther down this page. This has created an urgent need for a new horse on the farm, as I am only set up to make beds for planting with the horses. A new horse will arrive today, but the farm cannot afford the unexpected Capital Cost right now. I’m putting out a call for folks to make a Capital Contribution if they have not already, and perhaps contributing a bit more if they have, and are able to. I have written a quick 2 page newsletter giving more details which you can find on the “Newsletters” page. I’ve also posted the 2017 cash flow summary to put the capital needs in perspective. There is some important information in the newsletter, and I apologize for springing this out so fast, but this is the busiest time of year for the farm. Thank you.