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4 days ago

Hall Family Farm
We are approaching 6 inches of rain this month! Unfortunately, it has brought our railroad project to a halt. We do plan to have a bonafide grain bin with our own corn maze corn to play in this spring, along with an awesome new activity to be installed next month. Our intention is to group the pedal car track, grain bin, and the new thing into a single all day pass for under 54 inch kids. We hope this will reduce the complexity of single use tickets, provide better value, and allow us to continue our free farm admission policy.The strawberry crop survived the deep freeze with no damage thanks to covering the fields. We just finished the first pass hand weeding a prolific quantity of weeds in the strawberries, specifically a notoriously difficult weed called Carolina Geranium. The sprinkler in the picture is one of 72 that we are installing to provide frost protection in addition to or instead of row covers. The sprinkler system will allow us to provide last minute frost protection on those clear sky still air mornings when killing frosts may or may not appear. Without sprinklers, the threat of frost requires that we cover the entire field the day before, a labor intensive operation that is wasted effort if frost doesn't occur. And in a devastating freeze event such as the freeze last spring that killed 75% of our first blooms, we now can cover the field and sprinkle water on top of the covers and protect the blooms down into the teens.Strawberry picking will likely begin in April. We will narrow that down as we see what weather we have in February. ... See MoreSee Less
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