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Rave Reviews for Snookums!

Rave Reviews for Snookums!

We were udderly delighted to read this article from author Jerry Zezima.  Jerry bought a cow lease for his family in October and has already been...

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Maple Syrup

Maple Syrup

The wind chill factor temperatures at our maple syrup farm have hovered at around 30 degrees below zero. While we all realize that it does get cold...

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Apple Tree Harvest

Apple Tree Harvest

Prune, prune, prune…. that’s what the wonderful stewards of the apple orchard were busy doing during the months of March and April.  Winter storms...

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All About Lobstering

All About Lobstering

The Romans called it locusta. The Anglo-Saxons knew it as lopystre. Botanists pitched in with Homarus Americanius. The fisher folk of Maine will...

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The Amazing Oyster!

The Amazing Oyster!

What comes to mind when you think about “Oysters”? Delicate pearls?  A luscious dozen nestled in their own tangy juice on a bed of ice with,...

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Grapefruit Harvest

Grapefruit Harvest

Our vigilant grower tells us that this year “Florida had mostly typical Florida weather: a little drier in the spring with a wet summer, and then...

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Wheat Harvest Report

Wheat Harvest Report

We are pleased to announce the first good news about the acre of Minnesota wheat leased to some lucky folks (after the stormy winter, floods, and...

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The Incredible Date

The Incredible Date

Besides being the most graceful fruit-bearing tree, the Date Palm is one of the most valuable.  Few trees grow to be as tall or provide such a...

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Wild About Rice!

Wild About Rice!

Most of the wild rice that is available in grocery stores is similar to brown rice grown in rice paddies. It cooks uniformly, and is consistently...

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How to Grow a Pistachio

How to Grow a Pistachio

The Pistachio tree is subtropical and hardy. It thrives in high desert climates where the summers are long, hot, and dry, and the winters only...

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Sheep Report

Sheep Report

It was a very cold winter on the Oregon ranch where our sheep live. There was enough snow to have kept the sheep pent up in the barn–a cozy place...

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We Got Your Goat!

We Got Your Goat!

Although our goats are of French Alpine stock, they were born in the Berkshires in a small village. Their accents are more New England than Paris...

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Our Happy Cows

Our Happy Cows

Crumpet, one of the Jersey cows whose rich milk will be used to make your cheddar cheese is a beauty, as are all our Jerseys. Crumpet has a warm...

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The Seasons for Honey

The Seasons for Honey

The schedule for the Honey Harvests is pretty flexible–reflecting weather conditions like late frosts, bush-blooming times, and so forth.  If, in...

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Pecan Tree Harvest

Pecan Tree Harvest

Rent Mother Nature’s pecan grower tells us that the outer hull of your pecans are drying and just now beginning to crack.  They will stay on the...

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Wildflower Honey Hive Update

Wildflower Honey Hive Update

The beekeepers at Rent Mother Nature had all kinds of weather this spring–cold, cool, hot, warm, some bursts of rain– but now that summer is here,...

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Virtual Farmer’s Markets

Virtual Farmer’s Markets

Today’s small family farmers and ranchers are Rent Mother Nature‘s pioneers on the front lines of the “green” revolution. They all share one thing:...

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Online Farmer’s Market

Online Farmer’s Market

Farmer Jill grows a crop of spectacular naturally tree-ripened peaches down Georgia way, but Consumer Jack in North Dakota isn’t going to hop in his...

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2019 Mineola Tangelos

2019 Mineola Tangelos

Mother Nature was good to us this season with ample rainfall and very little irrigation needed during last summer. The quality of the fruit appears...

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Coffee: From Tree to Cup

Coffee: From Tree to Cup

We, at Rent Mother Nature, are proud to be working with a family-owned farm in the high mountains of Jinotega, Nicaragua that produces some of the...

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Amazing Cocoa Tree Gift

Amazing Cocoa Tree Gift

Give someone you love the harvest from a cocoa tree. Hernando Cortes discovered the bitter drink (xocolatl) used by the Aztecs and sent the beans...

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Yankee Ingenuity

Yankee Ingenuity

Rent Mother Nature is gift program that connects consumers with American family farms, wherein farm fresh products are delivered directly to the...

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Honey Tangerine

Honey Tangerine

Florida experiences many environmental close calls, during the crucial months between late autumn and early spring, when the blossoms for the...

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Harvesting Maple Syrup

Harvesting Maple Syrup

The good news is that Rent Mother Nature has made, and will continue making, really delicious, pure maple syrup again this year. The unfortunate...

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