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Muddy Nees Farm

Muddy Nees Farm Our farm grows all natural (no pesticides) produce. We sell our vegtables from home at 12519 Owls Hollow Rd, Gadsden,AL & Jacksonville Farmers Market.

Operating as usual

Back in feb.I had a valve replaced. I can take care of my body,but the heart is like a engine and I'm not good at engine...
06/05/2019

Back in feb.I had a valve replaced. I can take care of my body,but the heart is like a engine and I'm not good at engines! Recovery seemed like it took forever,but I am coming back strong. In fact I feel better now then I have felt in 5 years. I tell Grace that I start going backwards on my birthdays for at least the next 5 years!
The point being that I had to walk every day at least once. So dozi and I would walk down to the bridge every day,which lasted about a week. I told Grace we were going for a walk in the woods and took the walkie talkies,in case she needed me. From that day I realized I could see things again. Trees werent just trees and in a few days I was waking up happy every day,which I realized I hadn't done in years.
Back in 08,when the bottom fell out,my furniture just wasn't selling,so I decided to increase the size of my garden because people had to eat! It was good for 5 or 6 years, that's when I started "not waking up happy".
The picture is the first bench I've built in 11 years. It's simple, but it sits good and I am waking up happy. Some men can work the land or go to a factory every day. Others live off the land and never know what tomorrow brings, but they wake happy and tomorrow is always good

This is garlic scapes in bloom in my mother bed. 18 years ago a friend of mine,83 years old,asked me if I would like som...
06/01/2019

This is garlic scapes in bloom in my mother bed. 18 years ago a friend of mine,83 years old,asked me if I would like some garlic to grow. He got it from his uncle and had been growing it for bout 50 years and it was time to retire,he said it was called "elephant toe". Now it is time for me to retire. So,let me tell you what I have learned about garlic. We eat it 2 or 3 meals a day. It is very prolific,it comes back every year. Every head you dig will make 4 to 8 new ones from the baby's left in the ground, which will grow in one to two years. It doesn't take a lot of care,feed it in the fall when you plant and spring for growth and if you don't w**d. It doesn't care.
You can roast it ,pickle it ferment it

Raw honey and garlic fermented is a winter must have,not only for colds but so you don't catch anything when you're out and about. The scape is picked off so the bulb gets bigger,it is delicious saute in butter,or pesto. If you leave the scapes to flower, they make unusual bouquets and never need water and last forever! Plus you can make dolls out of the leaves.
Heads are a dollar piece for 100 field run which means all sizes.you want more the price goes down. Everyone you plant will grow,everyone you eat will make you healthier and everyone you sell is good too

For brunch,as they in boca, cathead cheesy bisquits and sausage gravy. Might have to take a nap before I get on my scyth...
05/20/2018

For brunch,as they in boca, cathead cheesy bisquits and sausage gravy. Might have to take a nap before I get on my scythe.

12/24/2017

Not much going on in owls hollow,just staying warm and enjoying life. Thought we would wish everyone a merry Christmas and a new years that is going to be fantastic.

10/19/2017

I go out this morning, just as the sun is coming up, to get a arm full of wood for the stove. I can still smell the sweet smell of the pig nut hickory I filled the stove with last night. The dogs are running around like crazy, enjoying the weather. As I come up the back steps,I pick a cherry tomato and pop it in my mouth, smile and think,today I won't sweat planting onions!

09/17/2017

I guess summer is starting to wind down. Getting ready to set out garlic and walking onions and potato onions. Now if any of you need seed stock,I've got plenty for sale. If you want an onion that goes on forever and it multiplies every year . All winter long you have greens and very sweet scalions. You know how good my garlic is. So if interested just let us know.

Best thing about 1 pan meal,fast,2plates,2 forks baboom. Pork tomatoes okra green pepper onion garlic and I know where i...
08/27/2017

Best thing about 1 pan meal,fast,2plates,2 forks baboom. Pork tomatoes okra green pepper onion garlic and I know where it all came from!

08/10/2017

Well, it's hard to believe it is august already. I have been procrastinating all year about anniston downtown market, because we always have enjoyed everything about it and the hard work getting ready for Saturday was fun ( I guess ), but , I believe we are done. There a lot of reasons, I sure, but for me the main one is I have never, nor will I ever be, able to live a structured life and believe me, a matket
garden is!! So I have decided to wake up happy every morning and see my wife's smiling face and get her coffee and go out and see what the day has to offer. We always have something good growing if you need it

Sunday breakfast cat head skillit bisquits,sausage gravy,sliced fresh tomatoes . Can it get any better?
06/25/2017

Sunday breakfast cat head skillit bisquits,sausage gravy,sliced fresh tomatoes . Can it get any better?

Wait for it, wait for it.
06/09/2017

Wait for it, wait for it.

05/19/2017

Sorry about the wording I talk because I can't type good I hope you get the idea see you next week

05/19/2017

To all our friends did it come into the market tomorrow to get our hummus and pesto and flatbread we had to cancel because Lucy are 19 year old puppy took a turn for the worse and she needs me twenty-four hours a day until the end we will see you next week

05/05/2017

Firing up woodstove and having golf ball size tomatoes and squash flowering just don't go together

05/02/2017

Well we missed the first week,but we will be at anniston downtown market this sat.may 5. We don't have a lot but we do have hummus,flatbread and scape pesto,don't know what it is? Come by for a sample and you will take it home with you! See you there Sat 8 to 12

These are our winter onions they don't make a bulb but they multiply and topset. All winter they are the sweetest onion ...
04/05/2017

These are our winter onions they don't make a bulb but they multiply and topset. All winter they are the sweetest onion you've ever tasted,in the summer they are hot,in the fall you pick the topsets,dig the onions and transplant both when it gets cool. Walk never have to plant another onion seed and wait 100 days!

04/05/2017

April showers ect.but it makes it hard to plant,I guess that's why we are muddy nees farm. Wanted to start mowing the other day,had 2 sunny days in a row. Wound up cutting yellow thistle and yellow dock for green manure tea for garden
Thought about eating a few but my spring tonic is poke salad and it won't be long. Did pick some purple shramrock,white clover and wild ginger to put in mullien tea,Grace slept like a baby. Still haven't mowed!

03/14/2017

Well,when we came home,I felt so useless all I was doing was maintaining the status quo. Then I remembered a time I almost died from an infection and a very dear friend turned that around in a day,so I spent every free minute reading and what I figured out is that the same 12 minerals that my soil and plants need are the same as we need. As with my tomatoes, when you see something wrong you can find a combination of these minerals that will help it and that is made into a foliar spray, used very frequently. As with grace,sometimes you need something very strong,but as with her and tomatoes with chemical fertilizer, there are unwanted side effects. Muddy nees has now become a learning place,more after supper.

03/14/2017

Ok so what I discovered last fall, with my tomatoes and peppers, is the soil is life and the more you feed it with the 12 minerals it requires , the more it can offer to the plant. My late tomatoes were like none I have ever grown or tasted and the peppers gave me 35 lbs.of good tasting fruit off a 20 foot bed. But the most important thing is this. All the days I sat in the hospital with grace I noticed that every medicine they gave her required another to combat the side effects. Got to check supper mor to come

03/11/2017

I is the middle of March and I have nothing in the ground,except of course my garlic and walking onions and nature is providing my greens,dandelions,watercress almost,a lite wild ginger for tea and there are more on the. way,can't wait for poke salad. Grace has had a terrible winter she is finally home but a long way to go. We will have our heirloom tomatoes and garlic and scape pesto and of course hummus. Will see you at anniston downtown market in april. Watch for my next post what I've learned from this winter

01/15/2017

We had our last fresh tomato for Christmas dinner,but the ones we put up sure taste good in tomato gravy and skill bisquits for Sunday breakfast

08/05/2016

Will be downtown market sat. Heirlooms are kind of taking a break. Got a few so come early also had time to make hummus an a great fresh salsa! See you there.

And for you that like lettuce on your tomato sandwich , try some sprouts they have as much flavor as a good tomato, enjo...
07/15/2016

And for you that like lettuce on your tomato sandwich , try some sprouts they have as much flavor as a good tomato, enjoy.

Photos from Muddy Nees Farm's post
07/15/2016

Photos from Muddy Nees Farm's post

07/15/2016

Friday is here again. This week downtown market we have heirloom tomatoes, we got rain, best garlic in alabama, few eggplant, cukes, few peppers okra,hummus fresh salsa ,flatbread and muddynees fresh pizza pie perfect for two come see us and sample our goodies.

07/06/2016

This week downtown market we will have,heirloom tomatoes, garlic, few cukes, squash and herbs. Then we have hummus , roasted garlic, regular, roasted tomato and pesto and fresh salsa little spicy and of course sourdough flatbread. See you there

Every sat. We are  downtown market well today we and a lot of growers we know open our farm stand for the other 6 days a...
07/02/2016

Every sat. We are downtown market well today we and a lot of growers we know open our farm stand for the other 6 days a week.please come by and see what we have .we are at the north end of owls hollow rd. Less then a mile off 411.

06/16/2016

Well,we didn't make it last week ,but this week we will be bringing squash ,snap beans,hummus 2 kinds ,pesto,flatbread,2 kinds and the finest garlic you have ever tasted. Will see you sat. downtown market. Our farm stand should be open and going strong next week so stop by if your in owlshollow

Now it is time to go to work
06/13/2016

Now it is time to go to work

Well still no tomatoes but we have garlic have a sore back and it'll be that way for about a month we also have beans so...
06/08/2016

Well still no tomatoes but we have garlic have a sore back and it'll be that way for about a month we also have beans some beets radishes and we have a special this week on squash come see us @ the downtown Anniston Market. Of course.we have.hummus flatbread and a little muddynees pizza for sampling

I sit here about every gay on my 5 gallon bucket looking at these four five 12 ounce Cherokee purple tomatoes just think...
06/07/2016

I sit here about every gay on my 5 gallon bucket looking at these four five 12 ounce Cherokee purple tomatoes just thinking about my first tomato sandwich and the second one will go with my scrambled eggs and fried potatoes for breakfast and believe me the rest of them will be taken care of

Our kitchen garden
06/05/2016

Our kitchen garden

06/02/2016

Well I forgot about my last post you will only see me Saturday at the Anniston downtown Market and we'll be there with our squash and radishes fresh herbs pesto hummus flatbread little bit of whatever we got see you there

06/02/2016

Well I got up this morning about 4:30 a little earlier than usual it hasn't rained I can't remember when I'm really worried about my tomatoes and trying to figure out what to do I knew I couldn't keep up water every day and had to see the leaves curled up every afternoon so I went out and tried to run the line that would water and I didn't have to stand there all the time and then what do you know the skies opened up and it rained and it was a good rainand if you think that you've ever seen somebody that feels stupid you should have seen me because I know that whatever I need no matter what it is I always get so it's been a great day see you Saturday

05/30/2016

Right now we have squash but I start digging garlic this week and tomatoes looking good of course when they start getting ripek all the first ones go to me everything we grow is completely natural no outside commercial fertilizers sprays it might not be pretty but it sure does taste good I sure would like you to come see us we're at the downtown Market in Anniston every Saturday and you can come by our stand any day of the week except Saturday I'm here out in the garden somewhere

05/30/2016

, we have yellow squash and zucchini squash radishes you come by a Farm Stand or go to the Anniston Market in downtown Anniston I'll go out and pick it for you or you can buy it from the stand where 12519 owls Hollow Road in Gadsden Alabama

Address

12519 Owls Hollow Rd
Gadsden, AL
35901

Opening Hours

Monday 7am - 9pm
Tuesday 9am - 9pm
Wednesday 9am - 9pm
Thursday 9am - 9pm
Friday 9am - 6pm
Saturday 9am - 9pm
Sunday 8am - 9pm

Telephone

(256) 547-8565

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