Frontier Family Farm
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We bought a 40-acre Mennonite farm and moved to Altamont in December 2007. From the previous owners, we inherited strawberries, asparagus, cherries, peaches, plums, Rosehips, apples, and a whole host of wild blackberries. We have a 100 ft greenhouse that we are currently working on having set up for year-round growing with hydroponics.
Our newest items on the market are the homemade syrups for pancakes, ice creams, cheesecake, or whatever else you might think of to use them on. Try them once, and you’ll never go back to store-bought syrup… :-)
We also have 21 laying hens that are laying almost 2 dozen eggs a day on a regular basis.
We have added 920 linear feet of raised planting rows already in for next year’s crops and will be putting in our winter potato, garlic, and carrots in the raised rows in January for a early crop in the spring. We have had the hangers installed in the greenhouse so that next year hanging flower baskets will be available in the spring time.
We’re always looking for something new and different to add, so keep your eyes peeled for the Frontier Family Farm… :-)