A little sunflower deseeding ￼for you.
We are a small family farm that is nestled in Rouge River, Oregon. We strive to bring the best in l
A little sunflower deseeding ￼for you.
Our first in command taking a break￼
Ruckus is olways lounging watching us work. Must be nice enjoying the sun.
Squash blossoms in the morning. Come get them at the market at Hawthorne Park from 8:30 to 1:30 today￼
All right folks it’s corn season here at Gervasi Family Farm so be sure to come check us out at the Hawthorne market in Medford from 8:30 to 1:30 tomorrow. Be sure to get there early as you know the corn is going to go fast.
Got a little muted on the monologue during this video but you get the point. So please enjoy.
As always thank you for your support and we will see you there.
My wife and I getting it done. Hauling in the lifter.
“Good Morning Beautiful!”
￼A little morning food footage for you. ￼
Got busy this morning and forgot to post.
We will be here till 1:30.
See you soon.
We are down at Hawthorne Park in Medford for the farmers market today from 8:30 - 1:30￼. We have quite a selection for you to choose from. Come on down and check is out.
Thank you and we appreciate your support
Gervasi Family Farm H**p and Food Production Tour.
Just wanted to give you a view of what the farm is looking like in September.
I film so much of it through the year to share and never get around to posting it do to time. So I’m playing catch up with this one.
We definitely had our up’s and downs on the farm this year but we are standing our ground. Theres a lot to do on a new farm and every step of building out a new property takes a tremendous amount of time and planning. We’ve only been here a year and have gotten a lot done. Although there is still a lot to do and the farm is forever changing as we get more greenhouse and figure out how to stream line production. All they while trying to stay afloat.
As you can see in the video there are areas of the field that didn’t take well. What we found out is that the h**p plants were getting planted to deep and packed in the soil to tight. So what that meant for the plants is that there is no room for air to the roots and wearing a turtle neck sweater in the summer is no good. Well at least that’s what it was like for them because they were planted to deep. So it choked them out and stunted and or killed them. When farming, every disaster creates opportunities. So we took the opportunity to try out growing the h**p in a sea of green format. We took clones and planted them in close together to make up for the canopy space. As for now they seem to be doing really well and we hope to have the same bumper crop as if they were planted earlier in the season. (stay tuned to see how they do)
We are also taking the opportunity to continue planting fall crops now that we have available space.
Well I hope you enjoy this video and have a blessed day.
Thank you always for your continued support
The Gervasi Family
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Small start to a new beginning! ￼
And this is what we came out to in the morning.
Rabbits are at it again!
All in a days work.
3 little birds? Don’t worry about a thing!
Just a tour of the farm vibe this morning. 2022 here we come. Stay tuned to watch the transformation. It’s going to be epic.
So decided to do a h**p Hügelkultur as I didn’t know what to do with my waste other than burn it. (Which your not aloud to do) or throw it away.
So here is what I have done. I will post more videos on this as I find them in my phone. This one is back from January when I first thought of the idea.
It took some time but we finally got it done. Here it is our new business logo.
We got blessed with babies today. Both our does had kits￼
Chicks are here…Gervasi Family Farm has Chicks. Come get them while they last because they won’t last long. We are located 2 minutes past the Wimer Market. Pm for address.
Mixed breed chicks (Novagen, White Leghorn, Barred Rocks and Ameracanua)
Muscovy chicks (Lavenders, Chocolates, Cream Lavender and Black Opal￼)
Parents on site
Next hatch date: April 22
Sour Space Candy
It’s been a long time coming but here it is the first Aravaipa avocado produced in the Las Vegas valley. I’ve been growing this tree for three years now if not a little longer and it was the first of it’s kind in Nevada at the time. The tree is approximately 5 yrs old now and I am excited to see it produce. You can find this tree at the Downtown 3rd Farmers market currently under the care of Enrique in what is now Helen’s Garden. I can’t thank you enough for watching after this beautiful tree while I’m gone.
6to Encuentro Continental Red Semillas de Libertad
Amigos y Amigos Apoyan a nuestra compana de indiegogo 4 dias mas! Vamos guardianes de las Semillas!
An attitude of gratitude brings opportunities .
Come down to the Garden Market @ The Downtown 3rd Farmers Market and check out our 4yr old Aravaipa Avocado Tree the first of its kind in the valley and its raging
Who knew Mr. Pig was such a ladies man
Thanks to everyone who Came down to
The DownTown 3rd Farmers Market!🌱
Every Friday 9am-2pm
3rd and Stewart
Come Support Your local Farmers and Community 🌎
Have a great Weekend!
I feel like when I look at the microgreens that I am in a plane looking down on farm lands that are planted with different crops.
Thanks to the Chefs at Eatts gourmet bistro for the support of DUH microgreens.
My nephew giving 20 acre Tom a bath and watering.
Here's a Cornish Cross. The chicken that everyone says is inactive and does nothing.
Well...Just so you know...
when you provide them with nothing they will do nothing...
Hanging out in the Garden Market at the DownTown 3rd farmers Market
We have this beautiful blossoming Artichoke.
Have a great weekend from our family to yours 🌱
9868 East Evans Creek
Rogue River, OR
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