What happened to us?

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We can’t believe it’s been a year since we updated the website. We do have good reason, although we hate that we neglected this space for so long. If you didn’t already know, we put our property up for sale last year in April. If any of you remember, we had actually just planted our seedlings a few weeks before. But, we found a property with 40 acres and so much more room to grow and expand. So we left it all behind and moved the farm.

Long story short, we ran into a few problems getting the land transferred from the previous owner and it just wasn’t getting resolved in a timely manner (we were in limbo for 6 months and counting). So, we were forced to move…again. We are now living on a 30 acre property. The only problem with this space is that it doesn’t have a barn or chicken coop or anything we need, really. Because of that, we are unable to have any of our equipment or tools at the farm. No place to grow our seedlings for vegetables, no watering system, nothing. And, to be honest, it’s costly to move an entire farm twice in one year.

We’re taking things one day at a time but we are sad to say we won’t be at the farmer’s market again this year. It was our plan and goal to be there last year, but a lot of life and moving has happened since then. You all have been so supportive of us over the last three years and, although we won’t have any offerings for the public right now, we hope you’ll still follow along with our farm family.

Our current plan is to update the blog and share with you what we’ve learned through farming. How we started and what we did to get up and running. We don’t have many new things to share with you at the moment but we want to share with you everything we’ve done right and the many things we’ve done wrong.

We hope you’ll share this new journey with us! Things are always changing and we’ve learned to just go with the flow.

Sending every ounce of love to you,

– From all of us at Homegrown Goods OKC –