The asparagus is up...growing very well this year. Glad we planted Jersey Knight..It has survived being eaten down to the ground first by grass hoppers last year...army worms the year before and burnt up by drought. It looks like this year will be our first crop. Asparagus for three nights in a row for dinner...now that's what I am talk'in about!!
Owner, Kristine Orth raises critically endangered Red Wattle Hogs,Heritage Large Black Hogs and other critically endangered breeds of animals. Kristine also grows organic produce,including fruits, vegetables and herbs.
She is a certified Equine Chiropractor, Licensed racehorse trainer and breeder.
Eden Creek Farm practices sustainable farming methods. Along with crop rotation and cover crops to improve the land. Harmful chemicals such as pesticides,herbicides,and synthetic fertilizers are never used on the farm. The pure,clean water for the farm is suppled by a solar powered well located on the property.
Now in operation at the farm is the ECF and Friends 501c(3) non-profit that is benefiting the community by offering programs pertaining to animal husbandry, sustainability and new energy.