Four Generations Growing Food for God's Glory in Palmer, Alaska
Thursday, April 14, 2016
4/11/16 Cinderella - First for 16 Generation
I was a month off in my expectations so was surprised to see Cinderella sneaking away with a very agile, strong, red and white spotted heifer. I could get up to Cinderella with a bucket of treats but couldn't get even close to the calf. Her coloring is distinct because of Cinderella's dairy genetics so she will remain untagged.
The driveway to the farm is almost hidden so we solved that problem by planting a 24 foot carrot at the entrance. You can learn more about Wolverine Farm at www.wolverinefarm.com
Three Generations- 1987
Four Generations- 1999
The Ralph and Maxine progeny have evolved into a family with international roots that include Korea, Scotland, and India. In like fashion, the products of Wolverine Farm have expanded from potatoes and dairy to carrots, beef, eggs, berries and a broad spectrum of products. It has morphed from a sole proprietorship to an umbrella that covers a variety of businesses that market directly, through farmer's markets, and through commercial outlets.