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Backyard Garden from LIVINGSTON, NJ
Backyard Garden

Farm Name: Backyard Garden

Year Farm Established: 2010

Location: Livingston, NJ

Years I’ve been farming: 5 years

Animals I raise: none

Crops I grow: corn, broccoli, cabbage, peas, strawberries, leeks, lettuce, carrots, onions, tomatoes, yellow zuchinni, bell peppers, celery, basil, parsley, chives, and dill

Hobbies I enjoy: gardening,baseb- all

The proudest moment on my farm: When I dug up our second garden

Pets: dog

Farm Motto: Backyard Gardening since 2010

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  Thank-you=) her name is Riley

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11/22/2011 09:51.37 AM Report This Comment  
Yes, bunnies are easy to care for. Just make sure to get good healthy stock from a reputable breeder. The diet should be primarily rabbit pellets such as Purina Chow, timothy hay and fresh water. Add protection from direct sunlight, precipitation, and predators and you are good to go!

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11/21/2011 05:43.22 AM Report This Comment  
  Hi, thanks for checking out my farm. Extracting honey is pretty easy.. Honey bees cap the honey thats ready so all you do is take a sharp knife and cut the caps off and turn the frame upside down, if you don't have an extractor. If you use an extractor, you slide the uncapped frame down into it and it will spin the honey out.

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09/04/2011 08:09.09 PM Report This Comment  
  Thanks for checking out the fainting goats. We love them as well. The pics are of our bblack and white buck "Mr. Pretty boy" and the white one is "Snowball". He is a wether. I just put a down payment on three does in Kentucky. Thay are wonderfull. Hope to have a family of kids running around this spring. All are "MGR" registered. I wish I had time to garden like you. We just got a new farm and are starting from scratch. Been very busy building fence and trying to get my cattle home as well. Thanks for stopping by, Have a great farming day.

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09/01/2011 05:06.56 AM Report This Comment  
  Thanks for stopping by. It looks like you have a nice list of veggies from your garden.

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08/31/2011 06:05.52 PM Report This Comment  
  I saw that you consider yourself urban on another farm profile. Have you considered a llama for your 1/4 acre? They don't require a lot of space and are really easy to clean up after. The males even poop in the same place!

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08/31/2011 02:40.28 PM Report This Comment  
  Thanks for the visit. It was so hot in N.C. this year that my garden did not do very well. We had broccoli and onions, but even the squash did not produce much. Maybe next year will be better. We plan to plant turnips for the winter.

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08/31/2011 02:37.04 PM Report This Comment  
  oh well that sounds like fun! hopefully you can get a horse one day!

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08/31/2011 02:23.36 PM Report This Comment  
  Thanks for the visit!
I see you grow celery! I'm trying the first time from store bought celery! I can't wait to try it out!

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08/31/2011 06:10.42 AM Report This Comment  
  thanks for stoppin by!
why dont you have a horse? do you have enough acres?

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08/30/2011 06:29.43 PM Report This Comment  
  Thanks for the visit.

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08/29/2011 10:55.33 AM Report This Comment  
  Thanks for the visit!
I will be growing strawberries this year too. :)

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08/29/2011 04:11.45 AM Report This Comment  
  That tractor acually belongs to a friend who is riding that tractor. He is the hay person who is cutting the harvest.

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08/20/2011 03:05.14 PM Report This Comment  
  i see you grow leeks,I have never had a domestic leek before, ive been fortunate enough to be able to pick them in the wild i usually pick about 20-30 pounds a year, i think maybe next year i might harvest some seed, and propogate it here on the farm.Tell me, do you know of any flavoring differences between wild and domestic, i know that the wild are very strong and somewhat hot for a short period.

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07/12/2011 06:14.38 AM Report This Comment  
You're doing well.

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06/16/2011 03:22.48 PM Report This Comment  


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