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Posted 6/19/2014 9:28pm by Leslie Cooperband or Wes Jarrell.

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Farm News

Mid June: the vibe is green things growing wild. I marvel at the speed of transformation from seedling to flowering plants to fruits in a few short weeks. Green tomatoes are popping on the vines; cucumber vines extend outward, revealing their cylindrical fruit underneath.  I swear the basil has grown at least 12 inches in the past 72 hours.

The hot air thickens and hovers over bodies; bodies release water in an attempt to cool off.  Routine chores of kid feeding, hay throwing, bringing the does in and out of the milking parlor result in release of copious amounts of sweat from our bodies. “Drink lots of water,” we tell everyone, but it comes out as sweat as fast as it goes in our mouths.  Fire flies must love this humid heat, because I’ve noticed them flickering close to the ground just these past few days.

This week we got the call from Sharp’s Crossing Lavender Farm that the limited amounts of lavender flowers were ready for picking. We also found out that the same polar vortices that killed our fruit tree flower buds wiped out nearly 90% of their lavender plants.  They were cancelling general public u-pick, but the owners knew we loved their lavender for our honey lavender gelato. When we arrived at the beautiful centennial farm just off of Highway 45, it was clear from the grey-brown colors that their crop had been devastated; another casualty of global climate change. There were enough blossoms on the culinary lavender plants to make a couple of generous bunches. We thanked the owner profusely and headed back to the farm, excited about the transformation of blossoms to frozen dairy confection. 

lavender picking

 

Farmers’ Markets and On Farm Happenings We’re attending one Farmers’ Market this Saturday: Urbana’s Market at the Square.  There’ll be lots of great cheese for sale:

  • Fresh chevre: plain, herbs de Provence and cracked pepper
  • Fresh goat milk ricotta: it’s super creamy this week—try it with some honey and fresh strawberries
  • A full house of bloomy rind cheeses including: Angel Food brie, Little Bloom on the Prairie and Black Goat. All are in peak ripeness this week—perfect for serving alongside your summer barbeque fare.
  • Moonglo: a few wedges of the fall milk Moonglo remain—if you want a firm cheese for shaving on grilled veggies, this is IT.
  • Huckleberry Blue: the very last of the fall milk blue—it will be perfect crumbled on whatever salad you’re fancying this week.

With all these great strawberries, lavender, etc. Wes and company have been going crazy spinning gelato this week. The kitchen was HOT, but the products will COOL you down:

  • Vanilla
  • Chocolate
  • Fresh Mint
  • Honey Lavender
  • Hazelnut
  • Local Strawberry Crème
  • Honey Chevre
  • Lemon Crème

On Farm Happenings: If you’re in Champaign-Urbana tomorrow evening, come by the farm for some great food and live music. It’s our “THIRD FRIDAY POP-UP” featuring Italian sausages by Piemonte Sausage and a whole bunch of delicious side salads.  We’ll have all natural Homer Soda Company Sodas and we’ll be selling gelato by the scoop.  The band is the Hathaways.  NO RESERVATIONS REQUIRED—JUST SHOW UP BETWEEN 5:30 AND 7:30 PM. BYOB. For more details, visit our website.

FARM OPEN HOUSE EVERY WEDNESDAY FROM 4:00 TO 6:30 PM THROUGH AUGUST. This is the only day of the week we are open to the public. It’s a great way to cool off, wind down, get your goat fix and enjoy some great local products. Details for next Wednesday’s open house will be forthcoming early next week. 


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Posted 6/17/2014 10:19pm by Leslie Cooperband or Wes Jarrell.

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There’s a lot going on at the farm this week.  We have our weekly farm open house tomorrow (Wednesday) from 4:00 to 6:30 pm.  The main attraction is the arrival of our first Nigerian Dwarf kid—the little Cinder baby. He is beautiful and adorable. 

Cinder baby with his first bottle

It will be hot, and what better way to cool off than to enjoy a scoop or two of gelato. We have some special flavors for tomorrow including:

  • Lemon Crème
  • Strawberry Sorbetto
  • Vanilla
  • Chocolate
  • Hazelnut
  • Strawberry Crème
  • Fresh Mint
  • Honey Lavender (we picked some lavender today at Sharp’s Crossing Lavender Farm)  

We will have plenty of cheese for you to try and buy. In fact, we’re running a special on our new little Angel Food brie: buy one, get one free.  Hard to beat that offer. We’ll also have plenty of fresh chevre, black goat, little bloom on the prairie and a few pieces of the fall milk Moonglo.

Our Other Farmers will be here too including:

Tomahnous Farm with greens, early summer veggies, pottery and flowers

Heirloominous Farm with green onions, beautiful beet greens and more

Stewart’s Artisan Breads with bagels, breads, cookies and granola 


Friday Night, June 20th will be our second "Pop Up" Dinner of the season.  This month's theme is Italian Sausage.  Come on out to the farm from 5:30 to 7:30 pm for some artisan sausages prepared by Piemonte Sausage, a new charcuterie maker in Champaign-Urbana.  NO RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. We'll also have live music by "The Hathaways," an acoustic, Peruvian duo.  For the full menu and all the details about our Pop Ups, visit our website.

 


 

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Posted 6/12/2014 8:48pm by Leslie Cooperband or Wes Jarrell.

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Farm News

 I can’t remember seeing so much rain fall since my long-ago days in the humid tropics of Costa Rica.  The constancy and intensity of precipitation over the past several days has left our farm soggy.  Our pastures squish underfoot, soils water logged to the brim. Our weaned doe kids in their outside paddocks are so caked in mud that their coats appear to be three shades darker than normal.  Wes attempted to drill holes for new fence posts in our pasture only to encounter the ground water practically lapping at his boots at 18 inches below ground. 

As I watch the next encroaching wave of storms head east toward Urbana on the radar screen, I am hoping it won’t amount to too much more standing water.  Standing water tells us where the low spots are in the fields, where we need to fortify around the barns so water doesn’t seep in.  It humbles even the perennial crop farmer who has tried so diligently to promote infiltration with deep rooted pasture and prairie plants.  If we can make it through tonight, sunny skies are forecast for the next several days; should be enough time for all those growing plants to lap up all this excess water. 

Farmers’ Markets We’re attending two farmers’ markets this Saturday, June 14th: Urbana and Chicago’s Green City Market.  Sunday is Father’s Day, so if you’re looking for a way to win his heart through his stomach—buy him the gifts of cheese and gelato.  We have:

  • Fresh Chevre: plain, herbs de Provence, cracked pepper
  • Fresh whole milk ricotta
  • A full house of bloomy rind cheeses including: Angel Food, Black Goat and Little Bloom on the Prairie—all are tasting really wonderful right now
  • Spring Moonglo!! Our first batch of early lactation milk Moonglo is ready and boy is it DELISH! We made some changes to our recipe this year, and I’m very pleased with the creamy and flavorful results. Let us know what you think. 
  • Huckleberry Blue—a few wheels of fall-made blue cheese remain—this one is for the blue cheese eating dads in your life!

After you’re done with the cheese course, it’s on to GELATO (* indicates flavors available at Green City Market):

  • Vanilla
  • Chocolate
  • Hazelnut 
  • Local Strawberry*
  • Ginger
  • Espresso
  • Mint*

Celebrate the sunny weekend. Come to the farmers’ markets and support your local farmers.

LAST CHANCE TO PURCHASE TICKETS TO OUR FORK IN THE ROAD” JUNE 15TH TASTING TRAIL (12-5PM THIS COMING SUNDAY)—SALES WILL CLOSE ON SATURDAY, JUNE 14TH. THERE ARE STILL SOME TICKETS AVAILABLE. IT’S GOING TO BE A GORGEOUS DAY AND A FUN-FILLED AFTERNOON. PLEASE JOIN US! 


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Posted 6/10/2014 11:10am by Leslie Cooperband or Wes Jarrell.

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Summer is HERE and we've got some great local food products for you. Tomorrow, June 11th, from 4:00 to 6:30 pm, you can visit the farm, see the latest baby arrival (Squirrel baby) and EAT some goat milk gelato. 

We have fresh chevre, an assortment of bloomy rind cheeses, fresh goat milk ricotta and blue cheese for sale. Gelato Flavors (by the scoop and pint) include:

  • Vanilla
  • Chocolate
  • Hazelnut
  • Strawberry
  • Ginger
  • Espresso

Tomahnous Farm will be here with beautiful greens, early summer veggies, flowers and potted plants.

Heirloominous Farm will have some of the best kale you'll ever taste, salad mix and a few other delectable veggies.

Stewart's Artisan Breads will be here with delicious breads, bagels, cookies and granola.

Laurence Mate, aka the knife dude, is on vacation this week, but he'll be back next week to sharpen your knives while you visit the farm.

FORK IN THE ROAD TASTING TRAIL TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE

We still have a number of tickets available for this Sunday's tasting trail tour (June 15th).  If you're looking for a great way to entertain the "dads" in your life, surprise them with tickets to this tour.  Not only is it unique (white bison who thinks he's a dog??), it's entertaining and DELICIOUS.  Don't Delay. Sign up NOW.


 

 

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Posted 6/9/2014 3:54pm by Leslie Cooperband or Wes Jarrell.

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Hello CSA members:
It's time again for CSA pickup  We have pick ups tomorrow, Tuesday, June 10th for both Bloomington locations:
4:30 to 5:30 pm at the St. Luke Union Church  2101 E Washington St, Bloomington, IL 61701 (with PrairieErth Farm CSA)
6:00 to 7:00 pm at the Unitarian Church on Emerson St. Bloomington (with Henry Brockman's CSA).

Our farm CSA pickup this week will be held on Wednesday, June 11th from 4:00 to 6:30 pm during our Farm Open House time.  

As I mentioned last week, if you are unable to come in person to pick up your shares, please have someone else pick up for you. Please email me to let me know who your substitute is and provide me with their phone number so I can reach them if they forget to pick up.  If no one comes by to pick by the end of the allotted time, I will attempt to call you or your friend and stay if you are on your way to the pick up location.


Our policy for no-shows that haven't given me advance notice is that you forfeit that week's shares.

Also, I will always bring extras of cheese, bread and gelato if you would like to get products in addition to your bi-weekly shares. 

Please let me know if you have any questions. I look forward to seeing you all this week.

 


 

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Posted 6/6/2014 7:54am by Leslie Cooperband or Wes Jarrell.

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Farm News

Tales from the barn: Early Tuesday morning, Ben arrived to start his usual morning routine of coaxing the does out of the barn for milking.  When he opened the door to the barn, he discovered a little doeling wandering around in search of someone willing to let her nurse.  She was tall, completely dry and sure footed. He looked around for an obvious mother, but couldn’t find one. Convinced that she was an escapee from the kid barn, he put her in a newborn box and got milking underway. 

When I came out to feed the kids, he told me about the little “runaway.”  I took one look at her, didn’t see a familiar face and started the search for the suspected mother.  It had to be one of the does who we thought wasn’t pregnant. The kid had hybrid ears so it had to be a La Mancha mother and Nubian father (we had only left Nate and Eddie in the doe barn past December). I went straight to Wolfie and Squirrel.  Wolfie’s udder was still deflated and she was completely dry on her back side. Squirrel was standing off in a corner, agitated—first good sign. I turned her around. She had dried birth fluid on her udder and it was swollen. Bingo! She must have kidded very late in the evening (after Wes’ usual evening rounds) or very early in the morning.  Ben milked her out, I gave the little doeling her first bottle, and she downed a full bottle in less than five minutes!  Squirrel, true to her name; a stealth pregnancy and a stealthy mother again.

Fruit Crop Update:  I finally had a chance to walk the orchard this week to see what kind of fruit crop we’ll have this year. Wes had taken stock of the blackberry canes earlier, with the sad news that all the flowering canes had not survived the harsh winter, and only vegetative canes were alive.  I searched peach limbs for any sign of a peach to no avail. Pears came up blank as well. I thought I had spotted a few cherries on our fully leaved cherry trees, but on closer inspection, there aren’t that many there—barely enough for a pie.  When I got the apple rows, I was overjoyed to find most of the varieties with a respectable crop on their branches.   We will have apples; we might have cider. 

Dreaming of bloomy rinds:  We’re in the thick of early summer milk now, and this means making lots and lots of bloomy rind cheeses:  little bloom on the prairie on Mondays, black goat on Wednesdays, Angel Food on Thursdays.  Lots of little cheeses translate to lots of flipping, salting, more flipping, wrapping and labeling. It’s hard not to feel like Lucy Arnez in the chocolate factory; ladle, flip, salt, flip, ladle, flip, salt, flip.  When I go to sleep at night, I don’t count sheep; I count Angel Foods dropping out of their block molds when I pound them on the drain table.

Farmers’ Markets and Other Farm Happenings

We’re attending one market this Saturday: Urbana’s Market at the Square. We’ll have a full house of those little bloomy rind cheeses including:

  • Little Bloom on the Prairie—our goat milk camembert-it’s perfectly ripe this week—excellent for serving alongside your grill fare
  • Angel Food—our little “baby” brie cheeses—this is our new size.  You can almost eat one whole in one sitting
  • Black Goat—these ash-coated rounds have a crinkly “geotrichum” rind—slightly yeasty. The paste is a bit more firm than in little bloom—very delicious
  • We also have plenty of fresh chevre:  plain, herbs de Provence, cracked pepper
  • Fresh whole milk ricotta—perfect for a simple pasta with fresh shell peas and spring onions
  • Moonglo—last of the fall milk batch; sharp, complex and delicious
  • Huckleberry Blue and Eldon: goat and sheep milk blue cheeses, respectively-try a piece of each for comparison.

Wes and Krista have been very busy spinning gelato this week-gearing up for warmer weather (it’s certainly plenty warm in the kitchen where they’re spinning gelato):

  • Vanilla
  • Chocolate
  • Hazelnut
  • Espresso
  • Strawberry
  • Honey Chevre
  • Rhubarb Sorbetto (limited supply)

Upcoming Farm events

Don’t forget to sign up for our “Fork in the Road”  Tasting Tour on June 15th—this three-legged tour takes you to our farm, KD Bison ranch and Sleepy Creek Vineyard.  You’ll be amazed at the beauty and diversity of agriculture right here in east-central Illinois.  Visit our website for details and signup.

Calling all farmers! We’re hosting an Agritourism Intensive workshop here on the farm—June 23-25th.  If you have people calling you wanting to visit your farm or if you’ve thought about bringing folks to your farm to diversify your income stream, this workshop is for you! For all the details and to register, visit the Land Connection’s website.  The deadline for sign up is approaching fast, so don’t delay.  I know this is farmers’ busy season, but I promise you will find this workshop time well spent!

Next Third Friday Pop-Up at Prairie Fruits Farm is Friday June 20th.  The theme is artisan sausages and beer.  We’ll be featuring hand-made sausages from Piedmontese Sausage—a new local charcuterie maker here in Champaign.  This “ain’t” your usual brats and beer fare. Stay tuned for more details.  


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Posted 6/2/2014 5:02pm by Leslie Cooperband or Wes Jarrell.

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We're back to our regularly scheduled Wednesday Farm Open House this week--June 4th from 4:00 to 6:30pm.  We have lots of great cheese for you to sample and buy (chevre, bloomy rind cheeses, blue cheese). We'll have gelato by the scoop and pint--strawberry and rhubarb will be our local flavors this week.  We'll also be doing a special gelato sundae (it's a surprise). We have Homer Sodas to cool you down too.

Stewart's Artisan Breads will be here with an assortment of bagels, breads, cookies and granola bars.

Tomahnous Farm will be here with salad mix, spring greens, herbs, gorgeous flowers, bedding plants and MORE!

INTRODUCING: Heirloominous Farm--our incubator farmer, Shea Belahi, will be selling some of her early season produce--radishes, greens, bedding plants, etc. 

Come out to stroll the farm and see the animals. The turkey poults (that's the correct terminology for turkey chicks) are growing by leaps and bounds. We might even have our first Nigerian Dwarf babies on the ground (Cinder is looking VERY pregnant and uncomfortable right now.)

"FORK IN THE ROAD" TASTING TRAIL TICKETS NOW ON SALE

Our tasting trail was so popular last year, that we've decided to bring it back once per month June through September.  The trail starts at Prairie Fruits Farm & Creamery, continues east to K&D Ranch and ends at Sleepy Creek Vineyard.  For more details and for links to ShowClix to purchase tickets, please go to our website.

 


 

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Posted 5/30/2014 7:10am by Leslie Cooperband or Wes Jarrell.

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Farm News 

This week we walked the line between simulating reality and the art of story-telling. We hosted a film crew for a couple of days who are making a feature movie called “Food.” The story revolves around an urban mother’s quest to understand where her food comes from and the tradeoffs of how it’s grown when her son develops a food-related illness. The director and the lead actress, who co-wrote the script, did their homework.  First off, they ventured to “big ag’s” belly of the beast to get a feel for the land of cash grain agriculture.  They talked with lots of farmers and even got a large-scale grain farmer to proof-read their script.  They shopped the farmers’ market, they insisted that the food the crew would eat would be locally sourced and raised organically.

After all their prep-work, they descended on our farm on Tuesday; within an hour our farm and home were transformed into a movie set.  The magnitude of equipment, people, props for making a movie were staggering, even one considered “low budget” such as this film.  I had left that afternoon to deliver our first CSA shares of cheese, bread and gelato to our members in Bloomington and when I returned that evening, the sign at the entrance to our farm had been removed and in its place read “Prairie Organic Farms.” I have to admit their sign looked a lot more professional than ours. 

Danny Glover became the “farmer” at Prairie Organic Farms.  We taught him how to feed hay and grain to our goat kids and how to hang a milk bucket feeder on the fence line and hold it in place while all the kids mobbed a single bucket—six nipples for 20 plus kids makes for a milk mob nightmare.  I should mention that this scene was shot at about 9:30PM!  The kids had already bedded down, and initially, were thrilled with the idea of evening milk, until they realized it was only one bucket feeder and they could only drink for a minute. 

The next day’s shoot involved weeding a field.  Wes was cast as an extra and had to give the hired actors who were cast as field hands a lesson in identifying the plants you want to kill and the ones you want to keep.  He also had to show them how to hold a hoe.  When they started shooting the scene, several people remarked that one of the guys hoeing weeds really looked authentic. That was Wes. 

As someone living the realities of trying to farm sustainably in a world of agriculture fraught with compromises and hidden costs, I appreciate the film folks’ attempts to shed light on how America grows its food and how deep the chasm has grown between farmers and consumers.  I appreciate the difficulties in telling a story, trying to stay true to the core values, but needing to fictionalize parts to make the story more compelling.  It’s just hard to bite my tongue when I want the reality of what we do to be the main attraction. 

Farmers’ Markets

We’re attending two farmers’ markets this weekend: Urbana’s Market at the Square and Chicago’s Green City Market.  The weather should be gorgeous, so come out to shop and get some great spring produce. Our cheese repertoire is growing and we’re bidding farewell to the last of our aged sheep milk cheeses and fall milk raw milk cheeses:

  • Fresh Chevre: plain, herbs de Provence, cracked pepper
  • Fresh goat milk ricotta
  • Last of the brine-aged sheep milk feta—REALLY!
  • A full house of bloomy rind cheeses: Baby angel food, little bloom on the prairie, black goat
  • Moonglo—last of the fall milk batches, dry texture but complex flavor—perfect for shaving on roasted asparagus.
  • Eldon: the last wheels of our sheep milk blue-I tasted some yesterday and it seems to be getting better with age—come try it at the market.

Our gelato flavors reflect the classics and the spring (* indicates the local flavors we’re bringing to Green City Market):

  • Chocolate
  • Vanilla
  • Hazelnut
  • Fresh Mint*
  • Local Strawberry*

As June looms on the horizon, we’ll be putting our attention on summer open houses and our “Fork in the Road” tasting trail series. Stay tuned for more details about these events next week.  Happy local food eating.


 

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Posted 5/29/2014 1:13pm by Leslie Cooperband or Wes Jarrell.

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Just want to remind folks that our open house will be held this afternoon from 4:00 to 6:30pm.

We have cheese for you to sample and buy. We've got gelato by the scoop and pints to take home. We're also doing something special today with gelato--make your own sundaes!!  

Tomahnous Farm will be here with spring produce, plants and flowers.

Stewart's Artisan Breads will be here with his usual assortment of bagels, breads, cookies, pastries and granola.  

Come on out and see the goats, sit in the shade, enjoy a sultry early summer afternoon on the farm. We hope to see you here!

 


 

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Posted 5/26/2014 11:40am by Leslie Cooperband or Wes Jarrell.

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Hello CSA members:
This is your email reminder that our CSA begins this week.  We have pick ups tomorrow, Tuesday, May 27th for both Bloomington locations:
4:30 to 5:30 pm at the St. Luke Union Church  2101 E Washington St, Bloomington, IL 61701 (with PrairieErth Farm CSA)
6:00 to 7:00 pm at the Unitarian Church on Emerson St. Bloomington (with Henry Brockman's CSA).

Our farm CSA pickup this week only will be held on Thursday May 29th from 4:00 to 6:30 pm during our Farm Open House time.  You all should have received my email last week explaining why we had to move the day from its usual Wednesday afternoon to Thursday afternoon. All subsequent farm pickups will be held on alternate Wednesdays.

As I mentioned last week, if you are unable to come in person to pick up your shares, please have someone else pick up for you. Please email me to let me know who your substitute is and provide me with their phone number so I can reach them if they forget to pick up.  If no one comes by to pick by the end of the allotted time, I will attempt to call you or your friend and stay if you are on your way to the pick up location.


Our policy for no-shows that haven't given me advance notice is that you forfeit that week's shares.

Also, I will always bring extras of cheese and gelato if you would like to get products in addition to your bi-weekly shares. 

Please let me know if you have any questions. I look forward to seeing you all this week.

 

 

Copyright 2014 Prairie Fruits Farm & Creamery, LLC. 2014. All rights reserved. 4410 N. Lincoln Ave., Champaign, Illinois 61822 Prairie Fruits Farm & Creamery, LLC is responsible for the content of this email. Please contact Leslie Cooperband or Wes Jarrell with any inquiries.