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  • Added by: carterbuck @ 02 Sep 2011 11:54
    Enjoying Fresh Local Farm Produce
    Nothing beats picking your own crops or local farm produce if you have the land where you can grow many fruits and vegetables. The hard work you put into the soil brings forth fruit in a few months to confirm that it was all worth it. However, you need to be skilled as a farmer and know not just the soil and the crops you want to grow and harvest; you would also need to know the weather and work alongside it. Winter days may be cold with heavy frosts and little sunshine but there are many types of local farm produce that thrive in such chilly environment. After December, when the Christmas rush is over, the first two months of the year bring on new work and new hope of new local farm produce to be enjoyed again. The new cycle starts. Nature’s goodness Besides local farm produce from the soil, there will be local meat which the local farm may also produce; and usually there are cattle, pigs, chickens and other farm animals that contribute to the fertility of the soil for a great harvest of local farm produce: manual. The soil for growing great and tasty local farm produce like potatoes, cabbage, leeks, sprouts and kale require a healthy dose of farm animal manual as part of nature’s cycle and goodness in organic farming. The winter crops thrive on the rich soil which brings forth great local farm produce. The farm animals also enjoy their share from the soil on feeds that sprout for their appetite. It all forms the great and complete cycle where animal ...

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