Our First Cover Crops Are Blooming!

December 2019

Vicia is part of the legume family and commonly known as vetch. They help with fixing nitrogen in the soil and therefore, act as a natural fertilizer. The plants cover the soil in a low netting  where they stay until they are rolled into the fields before sowing time of the commodity crops.

More News From the
Lab Without a Roof

Livestock Update

Here they are – our (up to now) 195 beautiful young steers: Black and Red Aberdeen Angus, and a few cross breeds Angus x Hereford (white blazed).

Finally Horses On-Site!

Two beautiful horses (Criollo crossbreeds) from our neighbor farm are about to join our team!

Forestation Update

A strong combination – Willows planted in a belt of hairy vetch.

Preparation for the Livestock

…Ready for the young steers to arrive any moment…!

Livestock Update

Here they are – our (up to now) 195 beautiful young steers: Black and Red Aberdeen Angus, and a few cross breeds Angus x Hereford (white blazed).

Finally Horses On-Site!

Two beautiful horses (Criollo crossbreeds) from our neighbor farm are about to join our team!

Forestation Update

A strong combination – Willows planted in a belt of hairy vetch.

Preparation for the Livestock

…Ready for the young steers to arrive any moment…!