December 2011

April 2012

The big white bag contains our Russian Blue seed from the Kuurne farm and the sacks on the right are Hellevang Yukon Gold. We are still a week or two away from planting. Our own lab varieties (Irish Cobbler, Ulla, Desiree, La Ratte, French Fingerling, All Red, and Bintje) are going to be ready to plant into plug trays in 2 weeks. The Irish Cobbler are still at least a year away from markets, but we'll have the All Red on the table this year.

The orange implement on the back of the tractor is the "spader", which we use for the first pass on the fields.

April 2012

The big white bag contains our Russian Blue seed from the Kuurne farm and the sacks on the right are Hellevang Yukon Gold. We are still a week or two away from planting. Our own lab varieties (Irish Cobbler, Ulla, Desiree, La Ratte, French Fingerling, All Red, and Bintje) are going to be ready to plant into plug trays in 2 weeks. The Irish Cobbler are still at least a year away from markets, but we'll have the All Red on the table this year.

The orange implement on the back of the tractor is the "spader", which we use for the first pass on the fields.

Spring is around the corner! Might be an early one. Winter might have one last whallop, mind price though.

Anna went to Cuba to hang with some farmers there...read more on the Whistler Question website: www.whistlerquestion.com and then search for Anna Helmer.

April 2012

The big white bag contains our Russian Blue seed from the Kuurne farm and the sacks on the right are Hellevang Yukon Gold. We are still a week or two away from planting. Our own lab varieties (Irish Cobbler, Ulla, Desiree, La Ratte, French Fingerling, All Red, and Bintje) are going to be ready to plant into plug trays in 2 weeks. The Irish Cobbler are still at least a year away from markets, but we'll have the All Red on the table this year.

The orange implement on the back of the tractor is the "spader", which we use for the first pass on the fields.

Spring is around the corner! Might be an early one. Winter might have one last whallop, mind price though.

Anna went to Cuba to hang with some farmers there...read more on the Whistler Question website: www.whistlerquestion.com and then search for Anna Helmer.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Bella and Mae are thrilled with their shed, diagnosis which Andrew built for them. Each rafter is notched into the log beams. Very wet and warm right now. More rain than snow. When it freezes, the wholeĀ farm is going to be an ice rink.