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Phoenix Tears Nursery from Logan, UT
Phoenix Tears Nursery

Farm Name: Phoenix Tears Nursery

Year Farm Established: 1987

Location: Logan, UT

Years I’ve been farming: 27 years

Animals I raise: Goats, chickens, trout

Crops I grow: Goji, wolfberries.

Hobbies I enjoy: Fishing

The proudest moment on my farm: Every year when the baby goats come and the chicks hatch.

Pets: Dog, chickens pigeons, goats, trout

Farm Motto: Dog gone good wolfberries.


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  Dogs:
The dog and the chickens get the left over wolfberries at the end of the summer. I harvest the leaves for tea and vegetables. Never heard of a dog that ate watermelons. Check out our web site: www.phoenixtearsnursery.com. Don

Come visit me, Phoenix Tears Nursery.

03/07/2011 09:33.36 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi!
We're in NM, right on the AZ border.I had an old dog that would bite the first ripe parts of watermelons, whenever she could. But then the ants would get into them and she wouldn't touch it. She'd just go on to the next as it ripened. We didn't know it was her for awhile. drove us nuts trying to catch whatever was getting into the garden!

Come visit me, Larkshire Farm.

03/06/2011 08:18.39 PM Report This Comment  
  Welcome!
What did he find?

Come visit me, Larkshire Farm.

03/05/2011 07:38.50 AM Report This Comment  

 



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