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Letters to My Mother sent by Dad – January, 1945Letters to My Mother sent by Dad – January, 1945

Fred Kitson circa late 1944 Dad once told me "My time in WWII was the most exciting 6 months of my life and for me it is like it happened yesterday" He never really talked about it until he was about 75 years old. Initially it upset him to talkRead More

Fall Food Plots – Trying New Seed MixesFall Food Plots – Trying New Seed Mixes

We haven't planted new food plots since 2014 and it is time (Summer 2017) to plant some fall annual food plots in preparation for perennial food plots in 2018. We have a half acre of three year old Imperial Whitetail™ Brand Clover which needs toRead More

19th Hole Sauce Recipe19th Hole Sauce Recipe

My friends Jim and Starr Ramsey gave me this recipe many years ago and we usually have some on hand. Jim and Starr were the ultimate grillers; grilling 3-4 times a week, no matter what the weather. It didn't matter if there was a foot of snow inRead More

Genesee Valley Produce Auction Summer 2017Genesee Valley Produce Auction Summer 2017

One of our favorite things to do is to visit the Genesee Valley Produce Auction. We visited the auction for the second time in 2017, just before the Fourth of July weekend. The auction is getting into full swing for the summer with a full parkingRead More

Canoeing Killarney Provincial Park circa 1969Canoeing Killarney Provincial Park circa 1969

Killarney Provincial Park map with portage distances My father started going on week long canoe trips to Algonquin Provincial Park in Ontario, Canada with some friends from work. After a few years when my sister and I were old enough to go,Read More

Appreciate U.S. Agricultural Policy and the Farmers Who Grow Our FoodAppreciate U.S. Agricultural Policy and the Farmers Who Grow Our Food

The closest simple definition of basic U.S. Agriculture Policy can be reflected in United Nations definition (see below). I could not find a simple statement from the U.S Government, after searching for a half an hour on the internet. IRead More

Donate to a Food Pantry!!Donate to a Food Pantry!!

West Valley Food Pantry, Woodland Hills, CA West Valley Food Pantry 5700 Rudnick Avenue Woodland Hills, CA 91367 (818) 346-5554 http://www.westvalleyfoodpantry.org We find that as we garden, we regularly grow more than we can use orRead More

Vegetable LasagnaVegetable Lasagna

One of our favorite summer dishes is Vegetable Lasagna. You can really make this any time of year with produce from the grocery store, but using the fresh picked vegetables from your own garden extends the adventure of growing your own food. Read More

Freezing Green BeansFreezing Green Beans

When growing our pole beans this year we grew more than we were able to eat fresh and decided to freeze some extra beans for later. Freezing green beans is a relatively simple process that can be done with items you most likely already have inRead More

Growing Pole Beans 2016Growing Pole Beans 2016

We have grown green beans as Pole Beans and also Bush Beans. Bush beans grow close to the ground and are usually less than 2 feet tall and normally about 18 inches tall. Pole beans on the other hand, will grow about as tall as you make aRead More

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About Mink Hollow Farm

Mink Hollow Farm, LLC is small business located in the state of GA, but the actual farm is located in very rural NY state. We lease our agricultural fields to local neighbor dairy farmers which are used to grow hay and corn to feed the cows. D......

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