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About Living Song Farm

4th generation farm near Howard Lake, MN

Paying the Farm Forward

I’m a bit ambivalent about broadcasting our plans for passing our farm on to our “heirs”, in part because it’s something of a private matter, but also because of life’s inherent mutability:  we can make detailed plans, put things in … Continue reading

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Working with Minnesota Premium Garlic Project

In my continuing effort to never have any free time, I am co-directing the Minnesota Premium Garlic Project as part of my work with Sustainable Farming Association.  The mission is to enhance garlic growing and markets in our state, helping … Continue reading

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Garlic Planting Help Wanted

October means Garlic Planting at Living Song Farm, and we love having guest help out! Revised schedule We’ll start on Friday, 10/20/17* and go for as many days as needed until we’re done. So, pick a day and time and … Continue reading

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When the root cellar is in its late summer splendor, that must mean it’s potato pickin’ time in Middleville Township!  We have our organic Purple Majesty and MonDak Gold spuds ready – take a look here to get yours. And … Continue reading

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Garlic Harvest Help Wanted

July 15 & 16, 2017 If you’d like to learn how we do garlic harvest and curing, or if you’d just like to help out, we’re planning on Saturday and Sunday, 7/15&16, for the harvest.  We’re happy to reward you … Continue reading

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Time to Order Beef

We will have our beef, which is hormone-free and grass-finished on certified organic pasture, available in the Fall of 2017. Please go to our Beef Page for more info

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Wrapping Up the Season

We finally mulched the garlic on November 21st, which is quite late;  but we were blessed with an incredible Indian Summer, so all is well.  Beef has been sold, almost all the potatoes are out the door, and the chickens have … Continue reading

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