The Best Way to Cut Sugar Cane

Hello everyone it’s that time of year here where our sugar cane here in South Georgia is starting to come off. Now we grow a lot of sugar cane here. People make syrup with it, they grind it up and make syrup. We had a customer last year that asked us about a particular machete […]

Visible Farmer Episode 4: THE ACCIDENTAL FARMER / Ketut Bassett, organic farmer, Carnarvon WA

Hi, I’m Ketut Bassett. A biodynamic organic farmer.We grow more than 20 types of tropical fruitand I truly love what I do.– Very clever. –– I can’t do that. –I grew up in Bali doing rice with my family.– You have to teach me how to do a cart-wheel. –As a young girl, no, I […]

Touring a Permaculture Orchard in Vermont

Hey guys, it’s Morgan I’m here at Gold Shaw farm a lot of people have questions about our orchard Silvopasture and so today. I was going to give you a quick tour of what’s happening here at the farm We have an integrated orchard That’s also known as a silvopasture because the plan is that […]

On-Farm Internships, Therese Niemier, MI

Hi, my name is Terry Niemeyer, and I live and work for Bertrand far more thrilled have gotten the stair grant because it’s allowed us to bring on extra interns in the last couple years and for one, it’s just exciting to work with young people who are interested in passionate about agriculture and 42 […]

Prophetstown

ITS WAY, SADDLE TREES WILL BE NEEDED FOR YEARS TO COME. IN THE SOFT GLOW OF THE SUMMER SUN, THEY PREPARE AN AFTERNOON SNACK FOR THE BELGIAN DRAFT HORSES. KNOWN FOR THEIR GENTLE SPIRIT.>>WE WOULD GO TO SHOE THE HORSES AND WE WOULD HAVE TO TAKE OUR SCHOOL BOOKS WITH US. WE ORIGINALLY FIRST STARTED […]