Category Archive: Market

Uncle

Hey there. Long time no write. Yeah…well…been working hard, trying to find some sleep, enjoying the presence of someone new, beautiful and profound in my life, and also just riding the post-solstice, post-peak,… Continue reading

The Rising

Good morning everyone– A quick but likely verbose note before heading into today’s market. A teary-eyed (after she left…) and fond farewell yesterday to Keeley (below) as she left for her new home. … Continue reading

How to order a whole or half hog from Morganic Farm (pigs going in Oct 12)

Well…it’s the eve of the last month of the 2017 Sara Hardy Farmers Market.  Just eight more markets for this season.  Eggs are ready to go–just have to package up the last of… Continue reading

Farm Update for Friday, September 15th

Well, seasonal change is affecting many things here on the farm.  First and foremost egg production is dropping.  My chicken egg numbers have dropped to about half of what they were two weeks… Continue reading

Turkey, Pork and Eggs with a Traverse City Pick up

With the Sara Hardy Farmer’s Market over and Thanksgiving next week, access to good local food can be hard to find through the winter months.  To make this easier, we now have a website that… Continue reading

Week 46: Firewood, chicks, winter planning

This past weekend we resumed our efforts at gathering as much firewood as we could for the coming winter (wood heat is our primary heat source).  We’d been historically diligent at this until… Continue reading

How to Shop Morganic Farm in the Winter

Dear loyal and deserving customers, Some of you may still be wondering if you will see us at the Mercado in the GT Commons this season.  For now the answer is “no” and… Continue reading

Turkey Time!

Now accepting deposits for our Thanksgiving Turkeys!  Our turkey is pastured and non-GMO.  We’re processing them in time for Thanksgiving. Visit our online store and put down your deposit to hold your turkey! Turkey’s… Continue reading

Omnivore Farm Credit Share

Have you signed up for a CSA share and been frustrated by the volume or types of product you are obligated to consume?  Have you ever wished you could get a variety of… Continue reading

Stinging Nettles for Spring

I first heard of stinging nettles in the old fairy tale The Wild Swans, about a princess who’s brothers were all turned into swans.  She had to weave them shirts made from the… Continue reading