Mid-Season Transitions

Genevieve and I have separated and are on the route to getting divorced.  There.  I’ve put it out there.  She has moved into town and I will be staying on the farm. What… Continue reading

Today’s Shopping List:

light bulbs cattle prod loaf of bread 18 bales of hay half gallon of Shetler’s whole milk hose repair kits (at least 4)  

Dairy Goats For Sale

Morganic Farm is selling its dairy goat herd.  Goats can be purchased individually or you can by the entire herd (Gah!!!  Who WOULDN’T want to do this???).  This herd currently includes: 1x Lamancha… Continue reading

The Wednesday Sara Hardy Farmers Market (today!)

Dear local food supporters: Just a heads up that I will be at the Sara Hardy Farmers Market this morning–and remember–it is in the Old Town Parking Garage on 8th Street (half a… Continue reading

Piglets for sale

Morganic Farm has Hereford/Mulefoot cross piglets available for sale right now.  Females and males (intact) available.  $50 per.  Please call or email with your order.  Piglets are out on pasture and thus will… Continue reading

Worm Castings!

Lovisa has started harvesting the castings of the worms who have inhabited her compost system for what seems like the past half year to year.  I will have these available today at the… Continue reading

Different Market Location July 1st, 5th and 8th!

Dear Sara Hardy Market goers: Please note that with the Cherry Festival Happening for the next week or so the Sara Hardy Farmers Market shifts its location for Wednesdays and Saturdays to ye… Continue reading

“Flower in the crannied wall”

Flower in the crannied wall, I pluck you out of the crannies, I hold you here, root and all, in my hand, Little flower—but if I could understand What you are, root and… Continue reading

Just one pup!

Our Spring 2017 litter of pups just turned 8 weeks old today!  Of the five puppies, we have matched four up in wonderful homes already!  This litter of pups was tested last week with… Continue reading

What is “Morganic?”

I keep meaning to get into a big breakdown of what “Morganic” means and how our farm came to choose that name.  I hope to do that soon.  Typically, the first words or… Continue reading