Tallgrass Farm was proud to receive the Louisiana Century Farm regintion this pass June.
It might be how outside side but we have been busy on farm. Tallgrass Farm just complete construction of it's second high tunnel. Now you can except more availability and variety of our great fresh produce.
We're getting ready for crawfish tours this spring with an all new viewing dock in the pond. Check out the the progress made this weekend. Check out the link below to learn more about our crawfish tours.
This article dates back to 2006 as Burt discusses his recovery from Hurricane Rita in 2005. Burt compares himself to Forrest Gump, the last man standing in the 2006 crawfish market as the Louisiana's coast line recovers from the storm.
Check out Burt's latest news headline as he was interviewed for The New York Times in an article discussing the recent political in races happening in Louisiana.
With hopes that the worst of the summer is now behind us, we have been able to begin tilling and drawing up new rows for our fall crops. We have little for market, but lots on the way!
We grew some the heirloom field dent corn to offer in our fall market for decoration. We think it's gorgeous.
We are really excited about growing these Asparagus beans. Each bean is picked when it is about the thickness of a pencil and is 12-18" long. Steam them, stir fry them or boil them with potatoes. They have a distinctly nutty flavor.
Coming this Fall