Firstgenerationfarmers Photos & Videos

5 hours ago

We moved the baby turkeys into the new (still unpainted) coop with the chicks to get them out of the brooder in the barn and acquaint them with some true sunshine and fresh air. They’re a little uncertain about it all but I’m sure they’ll adapt just fine ✨ They won’t fit in there for long so the goal is to clip their wings when they’re ready and keep them in the orchard with the chickens to free-range, keeping our feed costs down and the pests down while giving them a happy life. Win win 🦃 . . . . #blueslateturkey #bourbonredturkeys #turkey #turkeys #turkeysofinstagram #backyardpoultry #backyardpoultrymag #freerange #lifeisbeautiful #farmlife #farming #farmtotable #simpleliving #firstgenerationfarmers #natureisbeautiful #farmscene #instagramersnm #raisingturkeys #poultrypose #pestcontrol #chickencoop #mychickencoop #feathers #sopretty at New Mexico

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16 hours ago

Heads up! 🥬 Looks like these beauties will be ready for market this weekend! Hope everyone’s enjoying the cozy weather, it makes the lettuce even sweeter 💚 at In Season

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18 hours ago

As we learn the in’s and out’s of farming, we are MEGA excited with some changes we’ve made this year! We ditched the weed fabric and went #notill with #heavymulch including #cardboard #burlapcoffeesacks #leaves and #straw. This will give us more #nutrientdensesoil #weedcontrol and keep the plants moist. We can already see the change in our soil! It’s alive! Thank you to @ohana_notill_farm for kicking us down with some knowledge as we struggled last year. We so appreciate your willingness to share tips that have made your farm so successful. #freebirdfarms #kneedeepanddigginit #permaculture #permaculturefarm #marketfarm #marketgarden #organicmatter #organicfarming #alwayslearning #emmettidaho #firstgenerationfarmers #supportyourlocalfarmersmarket #buylocal #sustainableagriculture #garlic #tomato #cucumbertunnel

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22 hours ago

On energy practices: Our team at @oskieostrich is grateful for the fertile soil here in Northeastern Kansas. It makes hand-digging our fence posts much easier!😅 We’re a small operation and instead of investing in giant gas-guzzling equipment, we are investing in renewable energy. Currently @oskieostrich runs on county regulated wind energy. We voluntarily pay [more] for than than coal energy. But soon we will be 99% solar, and 1% wind! ☀️ We are dedicated to making @oskieostrich as regenerative and self-sustaining as possible. So our business footprint is as small as possible, even after we are gone. 👏Cheers to the farmers and ranchers going the extra mile to regenerate our planet. at Oskaloosa, Kansas

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1 day ago

Tomatoes, Peppers... WARM weather crops. A high of 54 and a low of 40 tonight. I’m glad they are where they should be, under protection. I will begin to move the 1st round outside after Wednesday rain. Hopefully plant into their final growing and resting place by the weekends end. It’s going to be a lengthy planting season, trying new techniques. Shaking up the way I grow a bit. Soil, Soil, Soil. #firstgenerationfarmers #michiganfarmer #localfoodstories #localfood #michiganfarm #tomatoes #heirloomtomatoes #farmsohard

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2 days ago

Damn.. it feels good to be a farmer. I took these pictures a few days ago, after a long day of work. We love walking the farm as a family before sundown and just taking a step back from the grind to appreciate where we are. This life wouldn’t be possible without our community supporting us the whole way. Thanks to everyone who made it out to market this weekend, we love you! 💚 at In Season

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3 days ago

Aksarben tomorrow!!! We’ll have: Radish, Baby Kale, Spinach, Spring Mix, Shoots & Lettuce, Pea Tendrils, and a special Royal Salad for ya! Come and get it! Don’t believe the hype, weather’s gonna be great! at Omaha, Nebraska

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3 days ago

Thank you Tractor Supply!⁣ ⁣ We didn’t receive the grant we applied for from the Farmer Veteran Fellowship Fund but, thanks to Tractor Supply we did get a $1,000 gift card.⁣ ⁣ Farmer Veteran Coalition partnered with Tractor Supply Company to provide $50,000 in awards to 50 Fellowship Fund recipients in honor of Armed Forces Day and we were one of them. ⁣ ⁣ Sissy and I picked up our gift card this morning while Matthew teaches goat yoga. We didn’t spend any of it though, because Matthew is already scheming about what tractor implement he can buy to help us in our continual quest to use our manure wisely, grow stronger pastures, and heal our land. ⁣ ⁣ The expenses of running and growing this dairy have felt a little insurmountable lately so even though we didn’t get the grant, every little bit helps, and we are so grateful to Tractor Supply for their generosity and Farmer Veteran Coalition for making it happen. ⁣ ⁣ #farmerveteran #tractorsupply #farmvetco #supportsmallfarms #grant #firstgenerationfarmers #smallfarms #thankyou #armedforcesday #giftcard #workingfarm #goatdairy #goatcheese at Tractor Supply Co.

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3 days ago

We’re pouring new California wines today! Featuring ‘Queen of the Sierra' estate rosé of Barbara and Zinfandel from Matthew Rorick of Forlorn Hope in Calaveras County; the ‘Cheeky Bisous’ blend of Malbec and Chardonnay from Stagiaire, a brand-new label by Brent Mayeaux; and from Evan Frazier of Ferdinand Wines, a Tempranillo sourced from Amador County’s Shake Ridge Ranch. Saturday, May 18th, 12-7pm. Flight of 3 wines, $15. (Wine Club Members get 20% off tastings).

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3 days ago

So when this little bottle lamb decided to lock onto my nose as I sat down to feed him, I also discovered why he was rejected by him mom! He has a crazy sharp snaggle tooth! We always try to bond the mom and orphan before moving to a bottle baby situation, but this was a great reminder to leave no stone unturned. Mandatory snaggle tooth checks next lambing season 😂 #thingsineverthoughtidsay

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4 days ago

One thing I love about this whole farm thing is the sheer number of farmers and food industry participants we have met who have a creative background ... who implement beauty into farming, food and the art of the gather. Speaking of gathering, we are very much looking forward to our participation at next weekend’s Spring MKRT @fieldandsupply at the Hutton Brickyards, Hudson Valley NY. ITs 5 seconds from our farm and their first spring time fair. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #fieldandsupply is said to be more than a market. It supports community, design, craftsmanship, artistry and positivity. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Come one come all, but come with a tent, because I heard that hotels and Airbnbs are just about sold out for our little badass town of Kingston. . . . ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #gypsygreens #supportlocal #kingstonny #popupmarket #memorialdayweekend2019 #firstgenerationfarmers #farmstock2point0 #community #artisan #iamamodernfarmer #organicallygrown #peaceloveandgreens #farmstockny #farmstock #familyfarm #slowliving #backtothebasics #eatyourgreens #farmtotable #communitysupportedagriculture #greenhousegrowing #homestead #rusticliving #nofarmersnofood #farmersmarket #spring at Kingston, New York

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5 days ago

We’re trellising our peas between radish this year! Anyone else experimenting with interplanting? at In Season

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7 days ago

These piglets might be running all over our pastures, but we can’t care too much with this sunshine and those faces 😄❤️☀️ at Williamston, Michigan

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7 days ago

Olivia and I just harvested these wild mustard flowers from one of the fields! They’re tender and sweet with a mild peppery flavor at the very end. These are going straight to local restaurants as garnish 🌼 I love growing our own food, but foraging brings me even closer to nature with a strong sense of freedom that only comes from the wild 👩🏻‍🌾 at In Season

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8 days ago

We only found about 10 morels this year, but they were huge! 🍄 What’s your favorite thing to do with morel mushrooms? Can’t wait for dinner tonight! 😋 at In Season

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8 days ago

The first strawberries of the season! 🍓 When we moved in, the strawberry patch was a sad sight. The ground was covered in weed cloth to keep down the weeds but had impeded the runners from doing their thing. The plants were sparse and weeds were coming up anyway so we tore it up, transplanted countless runners into the ground, weeded and watered and weeded, and harvested a few handfuls of berries. This spring we top dressed the patch with goat manure and straw straight from the barn, weeded, and set it up on proper drip irrigation. They’ve been so happy for the care and have come back in abundance! We scouted the whole bed and there are probably a million strawberries out there (give or take one or two) and so I’m dreaming about strawberries and cream and strawberry rhubarb pie and and and... 🍓 For now, though, we’re simply sharing the precious few that have ripened up (one for you, one for me, one for you) and zero are making their way beyond the patch. Soon, though. Very soon ❤️ . . . . #strawberries #strawberrypatch #berriesfordays #fromtheland #aseasonalshift #embracingtheseasons #homegrown #garden #growyourown #smallfarm #firstgenerationfarmers #farmfresh #farmtotable #harvest #seasonalproduce #sustainablefood #eattheseasons #seasonaleating #eatlocalgrown #knowitorgrowit #abundance #grateful #nofarmsnofood #organic #instagood #farmscene #locallygrown #newmexico #knowyourfood #nothingisordinary

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9 days ago

I think if my boys could Instagram I HOPE they would say: Appreciation post to our mother: thank you for every day. Thank you for the small- cleaning up my squished banana (because I wanted to see what would happen when banana met your vintage kilim rug) to the big- thank you for helping us grow up to not be A-holes and instead to be conscience, interesting, global citizens with stories to tell and real words to say. But also, if they could gram, I would post back: thank you for making me a mother (tear up number 7 today) and teaching me how to dance. There is nothing like dancing with a toddler, no inhibitions no thought to what you look like and no real joy than those 12 minutes.... yes, 12, we listen to a lot of jam bands. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ To all mothers out there, I will not say happy Mother’s Day. I will instead say what you really want to hear: you’re doing a great job. . . . #thatsdarling #livethelittlethings #thehappynow #farmkids #kidsofinstagram #crunchymom #familytime #love #growingupgreen #flashesofdelight #firstgenerationfarmers #motherhoodthroughinstagram #mothersday at Kingston, New York

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9 days ago

This season we are working on one personal character challenge each. Autumn Rose’s is independence. And mine is allowing my child to fail, or “letting go”. My time in the military certainly affected my parenting style. I’d be lying if I said it didn’t. When something needs to be done I just do it because I feel like I can do it the best and the quickest. But how is that going to set the kids up for success? It doesn’t. It makes them mindless subordinates. Waiting for orders. And then they will grow up like the rest of the typical spoiled teenagers of today and not know right from left when it comes to taking care of their own crap. So today she is sewing her own toy’s leg back on. Little guidance, none of my hands touched the toy for her. She asked a question, or asked for help, I responded with another question and allowed her to answer for herself. It doesn’t seem like a big deal to mention. But it is. Because my deep rooted military discipline is still, and will always be, waiting at surface level to take over. Rest, Beast, for it is no longer your time. [Semper Fidelis]

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9 days ago

Today our Instagram is flooded with picture of mothers of all shapes, sizes, colors, beliefs and smiles. Mothers who are no longer with us, old mothers and new mothers. I’ll tear up at least a dozen times today... starting with excitement in the presentation of my Mother’s Day gift (no matter how weird popsicle sticks glued to paper is) to bonding with friends and family over life before kids and after. I’ll tear up because today is a joyful Instagram day. I wish everyday was filled with this much love and appreciation. Photo cred: @prestonpaul_photography . . . #thatsdarling #mothersday #livethelittlethings #thehappynow #farmkids #kidsofinstagram #crunchymom #familytime #growingupgreen #flashesofdelight #firstgenerationfarmers #motherhoodthroughinstagram #mother #love at Kingston, New York

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10 days ago

Did a quick Orchard Check this afternoon after all the rain (and a tiny bit of snow) over the last few days and everything is *so happy 💚 We’re not fully out of the woods yet but we *may just be in for a banner fruit year! ✨ Pictured are 1) Pears 2) Sour Cherries 3) my very favorite Crab Apples 4) Sweet Cherries 5) Peaches 6) Plums 🍎 . . . . #homegrown #orchard #pears #apples #plums #peaches #cherries #growyourown #smallfarm #firstgenerationfarmers #farmtotable #knowitorgrowit #abundance #grateful #natureisbeautiful #nofarmsnofood #organic #heirloomtrees #instagood #farmscene #locallygrown #newmexico #highdesert #knowyourfood #thehappygardeninglife #nothingisordinary #theartofslowliving #nofilter #sinpinchefiltro at New Mexico

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10 days ago

Bringing the perfect gift for your Mother of Dragons on Mother’s Day 🐉🐉🐉 This mix has pea tendrils, purple radish shoots, sunflower shoots, our spring mix, and microgreens! Find us at Aksarben tomorrow for fresh greens, eggs, and radishes! (last Game of Thrones theme, I promise) #inseasonomaha at Omaha, Nebraska

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10 days ago

#Repost @beardedbirdsfarm with @get_repost ・・・ I love cooking for people. I mean like really really love it. The part I love the most is when I get to work with farmers to source my ingredients locally, and then share that back with others. At the moment I get to fuel that passion through cooking for our Community Table in Saluda, and helping plan the Polk County Friends of Ag Breakfast September-May each year. I seriously act like a giddy child when everything comes together, and always hope that excitement feeds others peoples energy to not only support local farms and build that relationship back to where their food comes from, but also to be pumped to eat beautiful food! . . I’m no chef 👩‍🍳I have no real training when it comes to cooking. And if you would have met me say 10 years ago, I barely even understood basic recipes, ha😂🤷🏻‍♀️ Fast-forward to now, and being in the kitchen with a good cookbook and playing with my food is one of my favorite things to do. (I’m still a horrible baker so I’ll just leave that right here...) . . Part of my expansion on the farm is to bring my passion for feeding others good food and host small meal gatherings at my place within the next year. These will be sliding-scale meals that EVERYONE can be a part of no matter your income level. It will be an opportunity to eat great food, see where it comes from within hands reach of the table (mostly), and to fuel the conversation about good food. No cell phones allowed at this table. Just good food, good company, and real conversations. . . To be a part of the first meal at my house, check out the @gofundme link in my bio to have a seat at the table. You all will be my guinea pigs come September 💚 . . There are still spots left at each level. Check em’ out folks and thanks for supporting the food love👩🏻‍🌾🌱 . #beardedbirdsfarm #lovepeoplecookthemgoodfood #eatrealfood #spreadthelove #foodie #notachef #ladyfarmer #femalefarmer #womenwhofarm #womenwhogrow #femalefoodheros #whywegrow #femalefarmerproject #youngfarmer #microgreens #edibleflowers #foodbuildscommunity #thankafarmer #growfoodnotlawns #ediblelandscape #beginningfarmer #firstgenerationfarmers

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10 days ago

I love cooking for people. I mean like really really love it. The part I love the most is when I get to work with farmers to source my ingredients locally, and then share that back with others. At the moment I get to fuel that passion through cooking for our Community Table in Saluda, and helping plan the Polk County Friends of Ag Breakfast September-May each year. I seriously act like a giddy child when everything comes together, and always hope that excitement feeds others peoples energy to not only support local farms and build that relationship back to where their food comes from, but also to be pumped to eat beautiful food! . . I’m no chef 👩‍🍳I have no real training when it comes to cooking. And if you would have met me say 10 years ago, I barely even understood basic recipes, ha😂🤷🏻‍♀️ Fast-forward to now, and being in the kitchen with a good cookbook and playing with my food is one of my favorite things to do. (I’m still a horrible baker so I’ll just leave that right here...) . . Part of my expansion on the farm is to bring my passion for feeding others good food and host small meal gatherings at my place within the next year. These will be sliding-scale meals that EVERYONE can be a part of no matter your income level. It will be an opportunity to eat great food, see where it comes from within hands reach of the table (mostly), and to fuel the conversation about good food. No cell phones allowed at this table. Just good food, good company, and real conversations. . . To be a part of the first meal at my house, check out the @gofundme link in my bio to have a seat at the table. You all will be my guinea pigs come September 💚 . . There are still spots left at each level. Check em’ out folks and thanks for supporting the food love👩🏻‍🌾🌱 . #beardedbirdsfarm #lovepeoplecookthemgoodfood #eatrealfood #spreadthelove #foodie #notachef #ladyfarmer #femalefarmer #womenwhofarm #womenwhogrow #femalefoodheros #whywegrow #femalefarmerproject #youngfarmer #microgreens #edibleflowers #foodbuildscommunity #thankafarmer #growfoodnotlawns #ediblelandscape #beginningfarmer #firstgenerationfarmers @organicgrowersschool @asapconnections @growrural @polkcountyfarms at Bearded Birds Farm

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10 days ago

We’re harvesting for market tomorrow!! Mother’s Day at the Farmer’s Market gives me all the feels. I love seeing families come together to shop our produce. I love hearing their plans to cook and eat together later, it just makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside 🥰 So many moms do all the cooking in the family. Mother’s Day is all about cooking for mom! at Omaha, Nebraska

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11 days ago

Remember just a few short months ago when everything went sideways during kidding season? When I was exhausted and overwhelmed and questioning everything? When we got real about our capacity and decided to downsize a bit...find new homes for a few goats and focus on doing our best to find balance? Well, one step at a time, we’re getting there ✨ We think we’ve found a new home for a handful of our does and another home for one of our sweet wethers and we’re hoping loving homes will snatch up our two gorgeous (and proven) bucks and a couple of the tiny kids we have left 💗 And in the meantime, I’m getting as many cuddles in as I can every second I can. It all means my heart aches a bit deeper with the goodbyes that are coming and that I stink a bit more like a goat than I maybe should (but what’s a girl to do?) 🤷🏻‍♀️ There are other areas of the farm that need addressing too in order to truly relieve a bit of the daily weight, but I trust that we will get there. One step, one day at a time. And so it shall be 💗 . . . . #goat #goats #goatsofinstagram #nigeriandwarfgoat #farmanimals #makeportraits #postthepeople #thehumaneffect #portraitoftheday #facelessportrait #farm #farmher #farming #farmliving #lifeouthere #farmlifebestlife #smallfarm #firstgenerationfarmers #farmlife #selfie #iamamodernfarmer #femalefarmerproject #fromwhereIstand #womenwhofarm #womeninag #selfportrait #littlestoriesofmylife #momentsofmine #moreclaritylessfluff #celebratelife at New Mexico

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11 days ago

Taking this #femalefarmer Friday to introduce myself 👩🏻‍🌾 I’m Suzy and this is baby Olive! As a new mom, I’ve spent this year less in the field and more in the office, building our brand and getting our books straight (I love all things art and organization is kinda my thing 🤓) You’ll still catch me weeding or transplanting, but usually with my baby strapped to me! Balancing motherhood and owning a business obviously has its challenges, but there’s nothing sweeter than experiencing the farm through my daughter’s eyes. I’m loving the connections I’ve been making with all of you here ❤️ thanks for following!!! #inseasonomaha #damnitfeelsgoodtobeafarmer #firstgenerationfarmers at In Season

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11 days ago

Happy Friday!! We're busy prepping for our first local vendor event! We'll be stocked with all kinds of gifts for Mother's Day! We also sent out our first newsletter for 2019 this morning! If you asked to be added to the list, but didn't receive an email please let me know! I tried to catch every message but they've been trickling in from every platform. 😏 We hope to see all of our local friends tomorrow at Springfest, but if not stay tuned for an exciting announcement! 📷 from 2018

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12 days ago

My entire world changed a few years ago when out of nowhere something sparked my interest and I found out that I LOVE farming. I started volunteering at community gardens, working on farms, selling at the farmers markets. It was breath taking and I wasn’t mad when I had to wake up very early to drive to the farm, pick up the truck and bring the produce to sell at the market. So for the last year while I’ve stayed at home I’ve told myself, I want to start a farm. I want to be a farmer. I have immersed myself into the world of farmers, listened to their highs and lows of running a business, the challenges they face every year. I’ve listened to all sorts of podcasts, really love The Farmers Beet @thefarmersguild and Thriving Farmer podcast) as well as numerous books about business and farming. Sometimes I get a little down though because I haven’t found my forever home/location yet and I don’t know when that will be or where. And by the time I figure that out I’ll need to do research for that new state and look up water rights, farming rules, soil health, finding land, cottage law vs canning law, health department rules and not being that over excited person who wants to grow all the things and finding an enterprise or just a couple of things I want to focus on. It’s hard to do that when my mind is so creative and wants to try or do so many other things. Not to mention starting out as a first generation farmer is REALLY EXPENSIVE. It makes me nervous that I might not be able to get that opportunity. But I’m trying my best to make this dream become something. I’m excited that I’ll be returning back to doing some harvesting once a week again, and I’m excited/scared for what my future will look like for myself, and for my little family. This past month has been so eye opening for me, that change is going to happen soon, and when it does we are going to hit the ground running with it. #farming #farmer #womenwhofarm #firstgenerationfarmers #notill #farmliving

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12 days ago

this is what i like to call “chillin’ chickens”. 🐓 who doesn’t want to have the peace of mind that their chickens we’re chillin’ before they landed on your plate?! 🍽 (not stressed, confined, and/or squished together) that’s the peace of mind you get when you buy local and support local farmers like us! we take great pride and joy in caring for our chickens and their welfare. (i will admit, they get as good of treatment as our dogs...aside from not being able to cuddle on the couch and chickens don’t enjoy butt scratches the way Ace and Annie do. 🐾) . . . #farmher #pastureraised #pastureraisedchicken #happychickens #iamyourfarmer #eatlocal #buylocal #supportyourlocalfarmer #womeninag #firstgenerationfarmers #farming #farm #chickens #iamamodernfarmer #modfarm #country #regenerativeagriculture #sustainablefarming #artisanal #sustainableagriculture at Flesherton, Ontario

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12 days ago

A flat lay snow cone. Our snow cone syrups are made by us using organic ingredients. Strawberry Lemon Balm is nothing but organic strawberries and a strong brew of dehydrated Lemon Balm and water from our crop last year, sweetened with local honey. You may choose to top with organic toasted coconut or the top allergy-free mini chocolate chips. An informed individual will choose both! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Visit us at the 2019 Kingston Earth Fair on Saturday from 10-4 at Forsyth Park for a snow cone of your very own. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Farmstock Club Members can pick up their brand new super fancy membership cards, and any orders you place! **sign up at any time (DM US) As always, up to 20% off everything... snow cones included, of course. In fact, I’m sure you have some extra chocolate chips coming your way. . . . #farmstockmembersonly #gypsygreens #supportlocal #kingstonny #firstgenerationfarmers #farmstock2point0 #iamamodernfarmer #organicallygrown #earthday #spring2019 #peaceloveandgreens #farmstockny #farmstock #familyfarm #slowliving #backtothebasics #eatyourgreens #farmtotable #communitysupportedagriculture #greenhousegrowing #homestead #rusticliving #nofarmersnofood #snowcones #shavedice #eatdessertfirst at Kingston, New York

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14 days ago

GIVEAWAY!!! YEP 🍳 FO FREE! We’re choosing 3 winners to receive a dozen eggs this Sunday (Mother’s Day) @omahafarmersmarket !! To enter: 🥚 Follow @inseasonomaha 🥚 Tag a friend in the comments of this post (each tag counts as a new entry) Winners will be chosen Saturday evening!!! 🐓 About our eggs: We have 15 happy, healthy laying hens roaming free on our farm. They’re spoiled with veggies every day and lay the most delicious eggs we’ve ever tasted! Fresh eggs are nothing like what you get from the store - the yolks are a rich, deep yellow and the flavor is outstanding 🤤 at Omaha, Nebraska

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15 days ago

Mondays are for #microgreens around here! These pretties are ready to be harvested and packed for restaurants 👨‍🍳🌱👩‍🍳 - 1st pic is Nasturtium: definitely a chef favorite for it’s sweet n spicy flavors and beautiful leaf detail. - Borage tastes like a juicy cucumber, I could snack on these allllll day 😍 - Shungiko (also known as chrysanthemum) has notes of carrot and onion - the mire poix of micros! Chefs - we deliver to Omaha Wednesdays, hit us up! at In Season

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16 days ago

What a day 🌈 I love you Nebraska! (in that 70s show theme song voice) at In Season

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16 days ago

Second market was another huge success! We sold out of everything and can’t wait to bring you more next week! Thank you Omaha, we love you! at Aksarben Village

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18 days ago

Happy #femalefarmer Friday! Meet Dani - she recently moved back to Lincoln from Hawaii, bringing lots of educational farming experience and a tiny human growing in her belly! She’s over 7 months pregnant and still hauling ass here at the farm 💪Look for her at Haymarket this season! #farmily #womenwhofarm

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22 days ago

MICROGREENS! Our farm started with a single tray of these babes 🌱 Now we push out 200 trays a week! If you need a fresh garnish or just wanna eat healthy, we’re your guy 😎 Find us @omahafarmersmarket , all the best local restaurants, or visit the farm! at In Season

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23 days ago

Sending Bret home with some fresh veggies today 😋 Stop by the farm or find us @omahafarmersmarket next weekend to get some for yourself! at In Season

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24 days ago

Henry over here, showing us how to GET ‘ER DONE! Seriously, every Saturday he comes and kicks this greenhouse’s ass. Thanks Henry from Hawaii 🌺 aloha mākou iāʻoe #greenhouse #building #badass at In Season

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25 days ago

Happy #femalefarmer Friday 👩‍🌾 Meet Jess! She came from New York to get her masters in creative writing @unlincoln and we’re so happy she’s taking a break to get back into farming. Her knowledge and hard work has been extremely helpful this busy spring! (the animals love her too ❤️🐑) at In Season

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26 days ago

Can’t stop won’t stop planting! The wind is fierce today, but we’re blowing through our to-do lists and these #cows aren’t a distraction at all 😆 #jangseeder at In Season

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28 days ago

Who’s ready for radishes? 🙌 Taylor just pulled these out of the ground and I CANT STOP SNACKING! They’re super juicy and a little spicy at the end 😍 at In Season

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30 days ago

Happy Easter! 🐣 Spring is definitely in full force here at the farm. See you all at market very soon!!!! 🥳 at In Season

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1 month ago

These are the days we used to dream about! 👨🏻‍🌾☀️👩🏻‍🌾 4 years ago, Taylor and I were both working full time at a restaurant. On our days off we would drive around, peeking into any greenhouses we could find. I’ll always remember the day he pulled over, looked at me, and said “do you want to do this?” 😍 I did. #nevergiveup #dreambig #workhard #makeyourownluck at In Season

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1 month ago

Farmer’s Markets start in 2 weeks! Who’s ready for fresh eggs, greens, radishes, and micros? 🥗 We’ll be in our usual Sunday spot at Aksarben and keep you posted on Saturdays (Old Market or Haymarket). Can’t wait to see all of your smiling faces☀️ #damnitfeelsgoodtobeafarmer at Aksarben Village

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1 month ago

We gained 4 new members of In Season today! Meet our vegetable clean up crew. We’re bottle feeding them now but soon they’ll be enjoying the fields while we do some rotational grazing. #damnitfeelsgoodtobeafarmer #levis at In Season

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2 months ago

Farming keeps you on your toes. It forces you to find creative solutions and learn new skills every day. A good farmer never stops learning. If your job doesn’t challenge you, you’re doing it wrong! #damnitfeelsgoodtobeafarmer #bcs at Douglas, Nebraska

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