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Posted 1/13/2014 9:32pm by Bruce Scarberry.

Many people think that during the winter is the time a farmer takes a break, but I am here to tell you that is anything but the truth.  Just because the temperature drops does not mean the work takes a break.  On a farm there are always things to be done. Our day as have been spent caring for the animals, tending to overwinterimg crops, planning next season and trying to not get cabin fever.

These past few weeks have been filled with redesigning our website and marketing information ( which for us are business cards and banners), picking up supplies, and ordering our seeds and planting stock.  

This year is a very exciting year for Lazy Dog Farms!  We are increasing our production of certified organic broiler chickens and eggs, we have added forest raised Berkshire hogs, will be raising heritage turkeys, doubling our crop production area, and serving our local area through a CSA.

The excitement is catching as members have already starting signing up for their CSA share to ensure they get their share of what is growing at Lazy Dog Farms. There are still more spots open, but don't wait to long, once their gone their gone until next year.

Whether it is the the regular or small weekly share or the biweekly share, our CSA has an option for everyone.  You can sign up at  http://www.lazydogfarms.com/members/types .If you have questions please do not hesitate to ask us.

Remember when you spend you're money on locally produced food products over three quarters of every dollar spent stays locally in the community vs. the less than a quarter of every dollar spent at the grocery store on non local items.

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