Breaking ground and other exciting things…

We love friends who help us pull weeds.
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Friends helping weed the garlic.

family
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Family make it possible (and keep us sane).

Our kitchen window view.
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Our kitchen window view.

blackberry clearning
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Attacking the blackberries that were eating the barn.

first starts 2013
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We couldn’t wait for a greenhouse to start some seeds.

breaking ground
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Breaking ground with our disc on the 2 acres we’ll be farming this year.

pasture discing
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The pasture after one pass with the monster disc that we hired out. This fall we’ll be seeding it to perennial pasture.

drain
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We got a drain installed on this building so that we have dry usable space.

4 Comments

  1. susan proctor Reply

    you two are so absolutely amazing; it’s hard for me to believe that you could come that far with a newbie in tow in such a short time!  guess that’s what makes you so special? 

    hope to see you again real soon!  in the meantime, keep up the good work, lots of luck to you, & thnx for the grt photos!  i especially love the beautiful pink blos-soms out your kitchen window – love & kisses to all 5 of you, susie

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  2. Brigitte Neigut Reply

    Congratulations Conner and Sarah! Thanks for keeping us updated! All the best getting the farm prepped to plant. Can you please change my email to neigutb@gmail.com? We definitely want to stay in touch… And big time congrats on the Bambino! So much good news to report!

    Warm wishes, Brigitte and The Boys (Beck and Wyatt)

  3. Brigitte Neigut Reply

    By the way, what is your address if we want to send a little something? 🙂

    • digginrootsfarm Reply

      Hi Brigitte- Sorry to take SO long to respond. Hope you and your family are well. Our addres is 9997 S wildcat Rd, Molalla, OR 97038. You all should come out for a visit!

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