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Fall Cleanup at RGM Farms.

Good morning. It’s another crisp morning here on the farm. It is 41 Degrees at 7:30 am. We are out surveying and looking at what we have accomplished on our last workday. If anyone ever wants to join us for a workday on a Saturday morning, we openly invite those who want to learn what life on the farm is all about. We start about 9:30 or 10:30 on Saturday mornings for about 5-6 hours. On our next workday, we will be doing more tree limb pruning, cleaning up, vegetable garden preparation for the winter. We will clean up the old vines in the garden and harvest anything left. We always have some animal husbandry duties and task that need performed as well. We have been clearing and working on the trails and are continuing to do so until completed. If you would like to come out to learn and work with us, send us a message through our website at We hope to see you soon.

“When visiting RGM Farms, you are more than a visitor, you’re like family”.


Chuck and Donna Ray.


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