Fall weather seems to have finally arrived. We’ve *almost* had a frost. Growth is slowing down on all the fall veggies and stopped altogether on the summer veggies. We’re slowly putting beds to rest for winter with lots of mulch and compost. The pigs have been enjoying the abundance of acorns that fell this year and are fattening up nicely. And, most exciting, the mushroom logs have begun fruiting! We inoculated some shiitake logs in February and we’re finally getting to enjoy some of their delicious offerings. We plan to inoculate many more logs this winter so we can bring mushrooms to market next year.
The Scottsville Farmer’s Market goes through Thanksgiving, so you can still find us there with a variety of greens and root vegetables. We also have a variety of pork cuts including some boston butts perfect for smoking and a few holiday hams to grace your Thanksgiving or Christmas tables.