November/December 2014 Harvest

We continue to benefit from the bounty of our little urban farm, not just from eggs and rabbit meat, but also occasional vegetables. Our last lettuce, radish, and turnip harvests occurred mid-November in spite of the cold temps that month. And we probably have a couple pounds of brussels sprouts and leeks still out there to be harvested! Here’s the total for the two months (totals for 2012 in parentheses):

  • Carrots: 0 lb. 2 oz. (0 lb. 0 oz.)
  • Swiss Chard: 1 lb. 13 oz. (0 lb. 10 oz.)
  • Eggs: 23 lb. 10 oz. (0 lb. 0 oz.)
  • Kale: 0 lb. 9 oz. (5 lb. 1 oz.)
  • Leeks: 2 lb. 4 oz. (0 lb. 0 oz.)
  • Lettuce: 3 lb. 5 oz. (0 lb. 4 oz.)
  • Rabbit: 17 lb. 6 oz. (0 lb. 0 oz.)
  • Radishes: 0 lb. 15 oz. (0 lb. 0 oz.)
  • Spinach: 0 lb. 0 oz. (0 lb. 9 oz.)
  • Brussels Sprouts: 1 lb. 10 oz. (1 lb. 8 oz.)
  • Turnips: 0 lb. 1 oz. (0 lb. 0 oz.)

Total: 51 lb. 5 oz. (8 lb. 0 oz.)

The harvest total for 2014 ended up at 594 lb. 13 oz. In 2012, our total was 249 lb. 15 oz. And now, it’s time to begin the dreaming for 2015!

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About mwolske

I'm a Senior Research Scientist in Community Informatics at the Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois.
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