Four Generations Growing Food for God's Glory in Palmer, Alaska
Monday, July 24, 2017
First Hay Crop
This corner used to be a swamp. In 2004 we roughed in a serious raspberry planting that froze out the first winter. Since then it has been untouched. The grass was higher than the hood of the tractor when we mowed a couple of days ago. This one plus acre yielded 23 high density round bales. Its a good thing we had plastic because this was not a drying day and the raindrops started as soon as we got done.
This also represents the end of the 2017 hay season.
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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.