17199 HAPPY HOLLOW ROAD : JAMESTOWN, MO 65046 : (660) 849-2430 : LIZGRAZNAK@HAPPYHOLLOWFARM-MO.COM

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Welcome to Happy Hollow Farm

Happy Hollow Farm is nestled among the rolling hills along the Missouri River. The primary growing fields border the Little Splice Creek bottom and thus benefit from the beautiful silt loam soils that are rich in organic matter. We are a USDA certified organic farm and use a combination of highly managed cover cropping techniques, crop rotations, compost applications, hay mulch and add small quantities of minerals and nutrients. My goal is to give back more to the soil than I take.

What is Happy Hollow Farm Community Supported Agriculture?

Happy Hollow Farm welcomes all who are interested in supporting local sustainable agriculture to become a CSA member.  Each member receives a box of seasonal produce every week during the 24 week growing season (Early May thru the end of October).  In exchange, members help with some of the harvesting and distribution of the weekly boxes. The farmer and the consumer thus provide mutual support and share in the risks and rewards of local food production.

“If you eat, you’re involved in agriculture” –Wendell Berry

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Week 7 Summer CSA Season
Post Date: June 14th, 2016

Jaison & a fennel bulb

Fabulous Fennel!!!

One of FarmHer Liz’s favorite veggies.  They are super huge, beautiful & tasty this year.  Growing the spring crop in a high tunnel sure seems to be the key to glorious heads of fennel.  There are tons of other great veggies in this week’s CSA shares.  Despite the onset of the first real summer heat, your farmers are transplanting, weeding, seeding in the greenhouse, harvesting and moving forward with daily farm tasks.