Nashville, Agriculture and Social Media

These three things may seem to have little in common but after a whirlwind week it’s been a fun time. Presenting a basic blogging segment with Ryan Goodman and Katie Pinke was certainly a highlight and thanks to the AgChat Foundation for the opportunity to share with others. Catching up with friends was fun and […]

Update from Maze Manager

Wow! Where has the Summer gone….and only 3 weeks until the opening day of our 2011 Scott’s Maze Adventures, on Saturday the 17th of September. This is going on our 9th year! That’s 9 different 7 acre corn mazes from Long & Scott Farms! Great Scott we have come a Long way baby.

It has been a busy week at the Farm. The design was cut on Monday and the tilling of the paths followed, anytime Farmer Hank got an hour or two away from the office. Of course his cell phone still works in the Corn Maze and business must go on. Now we grow, we weed & mow, we re-paint, we repair and we are installing the new Jumping Pillow! We have heard from many of you that are excited to get lost in this year’s maze design and to see what is new out here at the Farm. We have got fun events planned for the weekends and are looking forward to seeing new and old friends alike.

You can save time by buying tickets online. It is easy and safe. Payment is done through PayPal. Just go out to our website and look for online tickets. We are also taking group reservations for weekdays, Fridays fill up fast so reserve your date and time now!

Update from Maze Manager

Wow! Where has the Summer gone….and only 3 weeks until the opening day of our 2011 Scott’s Maze Adventures, on Saturday the 17th of September. This is going on our 9th year! That’s 9 different 7 acre corn mazes from Long & Scott Farms! Great Scott we have come a Long way baby.

It has been a busy week at the Farm. The design was cut on Monday and the tilling of the paths followed, anytime Farmer Hank got an hour or two away from the office. Of course his cell phone still works in the Corn Maze and business must go on. Now we grow, we weed & mow, we re-paint, we repair and we are installing the new Jumping Pillow! We have heard from many of you that are excited to get lost in this year’s maze design and to see what is new out here at the Farm. We have got fun events planned for the weekends and are looking forward to seeing new and old friends alike.

You can save time by buying tickets online. It is easy and safe. Payment is done through PayPal. Just go out to our website and look for online tickets. We are also taking group reservations for weekdays, Fridays fill up fast so reserve your date and time now!

Update from Maze Manager

Wow! Where has the Summer gone….and only 3 weeks until the opening day of our 2011 Scott’s Maze Adventures, on Saturday the 17th of September. This is going on our 9th year! That’s 9 different 7 acre corn mazes from Long & Scott Farms! Great Scott we have come a Long way baby.

It has been a busy week at the Farm. The design was cut on Monday and the tilling of the paths followed, anytime Farmer Hank got an hour or two away from the office. Of course his cell phone still works in the Corn Maze and business must go on. Now we grow, we weed & mow, we re-paint, we repair and we are installing the new Jumping Pillow! We have heard from many of you that are excited to get lost in this year’s maze design and to see what is new out here at the Farm. We have got fun events planned for the weekends and are looking forward to seeing new and old friends alike.

You can save time by buying tickets online. It is easy and safe. Payment is done through PayPal. Just go out to our website and look for online tickets. We are also taking group reservations for weekdays, Fridays fill up fast so reserve your date and time now!

Daily Farmer August 25, 2011

Wordless Wednesday Full moon through the trees Read More! When Antibiotics are Necessary-Miley’s Story Giving her antibiotics is the most loving thing we can do. Continue reading → Read More! Fall Update We hope you’re all doing well and have enjoyed a wonderful summer. We’ve been busy here at the farm and are excited about the fall 2011 season. The farm will be opening to the public earlier this… Read More! Debt limit and Farm Programs The recent debate over the debt limit and the subsequent “Supercommittee” that will tackle our countries national debt crisis will have implications on every government program.  Farm programs will… Read More! Working Ranch Vacations If you’ve ever wanted to experience the life we are fortunate enough to lead, now’s your chance. We’re opening our doors! At least the front door to our house. This is an idea… Read More! Daily Farmer August 24, 2011 Wordless Wednesday: View from our office This is the view from our office for the past 2 days.  Hoping to wrap up chopping today! Putting 4th cutting of alfalfa in the bag for the year! … Read More! An August Wedding After a couple of experiences as mother of the bride, […]

Barley Harvest Underway

The barley was ripe and ready to harvest as we were finishing the winter wheat.We are straight cutting it this year, meaning no swathing. The ground is too wet and swathers would not be able to get around the fields. Straight cutting is preferable when…