157-Gardening Begins in January

Did you know the gardening season begins in January, even when it is snowing?

It does here at Five Feline Farm!

This episode is chock full of what we have accomplished in the past week. We are recording video of each step and will release that in Five Feline Farm School within a couple of weeks. If you are not already on the list to get course related information in your inbox, you can sign up here. You can also participate in our very brief survey to let us know the types of information you are most interested in. (Don’t worry, we have your answers recorded if you have already completed the survey.)

We also discuss the new potting shed we have on order. One question we answer in this conversation is how we made the decision to order a pre-made one instead of building our own.

You will hear us referencing Larry at Thompson’s Sales in Mattoon, IL. If you are in need of a portable building and within driving distance, please check him out.

One last thing–if you have somehow stumbled on this podcast episode and are not already on our email list, we have a free downloadable ebook for you: Wisdom From the Bees. It’s our way of saying “thank you” for allowing us into your inbox.

Until next time,

Donna, Julia and the Felines

P.S. Don’t forget to check out our social media: Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

152-Another Banner Week

It truly has been another banner week at Five Feline Farm.

We are grateful to each of you who value what we do and shop in our store. This coming weekend marks the end of our season, but we are not going away. We will spend time refreshing, learning and building to bring you more great products.

As promised in the episode here are a couple of quick handy links for you:

English Muffins for the weekend of December 18 & 19th, 2020 and our general online Mercantile link for all of our other products.

Until next time,

Donna, Julia and the Felines

P.S. Don’t forget we still have free shipping anywhere in the U.S.

144-Fall in Full Swing

We are into late October now and the garden season is changing. Frost and freezing weather forced us to harvest all remaining summer produce, but many other things are in season.

Garlic and perennial onions are now in the ground, persimmons and black walnuts are plentiful.

Our attention is turning to planning for winter and beyond. One thing we are working on how we will share what we have learned about starting our business. If you are interested in beginning your own, let us know. More information will be coming over the next few weeks, so stay tuned.

Congratulations to our contest winners!

Until next time,

Donna, Julia and the Felines

142-Farm Fest and Frost Warning

Farm Fest 2020 is almost here!

On Saturday, October 10, 2020 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM, join us at the Farm for fun and unique items. Plus from noon to 3:00, the Luna Halos will be playing music in the crib.

In addition to the great products offered by us, you can shop with Hazel Anne Farm, It’s Metalish, Greg and Lynn Klec, Kathy Olsen, and 4 Little Pumpkins!

This is a great time to start your Christmas shopping.

If you would like to pick up scones on Saturday, don’t forget you must pre-order. Do that through this link: Scones.

Keep an eye on our social media for additional updates through the week: Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

See ya there….

Donna, Julia and the Felines