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Dean Mullis of Laughing Owl Farm reports that his 300 pounds of back-ordered potatoes are finally in their furrows, and eggs from chickens to be fed non-genetically modified feed will be ready to sell in 20 to 22 weeks.

Planted about another 75 pounds of potatoes this week. Still waiting on 300 pounds of bintjes and purple majesty potatoes that were supposed to ship in mid-March from Maine, but they could not ship because of the weather. They are supposed to be here on Monday.

I was preparing to plant potatoes at my work farm yesterday afternoon when the gearbox on the rotary tiller went out.

In the ground: Peas, potatoes, shallots.

You need a fox to have a predator-friendly farm.

This has been a challenging year for seed planting.

That is where I was, listening to a guy talk about cations and anions of various minerals as they relate to charged clay particles and I just wanted to pull my hat down around my ears to prevent the top of my head from exploding.

Levi is raising chckens, brahmas and cukoo marans.

Busted up my right hand in a bar fight. Well, not really.

Garlic still not planted. ...

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Dean Mullis
Dean Mullis writes from Laughing Owl Farm in Richfield.