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Misty Meadows Farm

215 Blevins Road
Payneville, KY 40157

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Misty Meadows Farm is a 28-acre family farm owned by Ralph and Kathy Packard. Our children and grandchildren help us farm 12 of the 28 acres, where we plant many different vegetables. The 2008 growing season will be our 9th year operating Misty Meadows Farm CSA.

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2/6/2009    Misty Meadows Seeks Your Assistance

Site Map Misty Meadows lost power for 7 days in the recent ice storm. They were unable to take their pigs and sheep to Bardstown for processing until later than they expected. As a result, they will not be at the Phoenix Hill Farmers Market Saturday February 7, but will return on Read more »

2/6/2009    Biggest Loser Casting Call

The Biggest Loser is currently gearing up for another season and will be coming to Louisville around the 3rd week of February for an open call audition. They are hoping to get some people on this season who have a background in agriculture and farming. 

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11/10/2008    Misty Meadows Farm Picnic (2008)

Sunday, November 2 was a beautiful day for a fall picnic at the farm. The sky was clear blue and the day was warm enough to wear t-shirts. 

Our hosts, Ralph and Kathy, provided chili, ribs, hotdogs, pickled beets, and apple pie, among other things. CSA members added a Read more »

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Butternut Squash

Butternut squash (Cucurbita moschata) originated in Mexico. Evidence suggests that it was first eaten some 5000 years ago and it was cultivated by the Incas by at least the 15th century. [1] Its coloring ranges from light tan to darker orange. It has a tough but thin skin and orange Read more about Butternut Squash»

 
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