We generally look to the third week in May as the last freeze date at Three Bird Farm. Often the last freeze is earlier, but we've found that for certain crops, we wait. Regardless, the date itself serves as a demarcation point--a get-yer-butts-in-gear exclamation point. This is the time! This year we're a little behind on… Continue reading Last Freeze Date Approaches – More Planting!
We purchased the property in the spring of 2012, but we did not arrive until the start of November on the heels of Superstorm Sandy. As such, we had little choice but to hit the ground running in terms of preparation for winter. The property was in pretty good shape, and except for the primary oil… Continue reading The First Month
We purchased the property in the spring of 2012 but didn't move in until November. As you can see in the images above, the house runs parallel to Cedar Street (unusual, as most of the neighbors' homes run perpendicular), and the large barn is unattached. As you can see, our first big project was to… Continue reading Progress