Black Dog Farm

Black Dog Farm is located in Redwood Valley, California, in the heart of wine country.  We grow heirloom and specialty produce and cut flowers, all using organic, sustainable farming practices.  black dog farm


24 thoughts on “Black Dog Farm

  1. hey u guys !!!!u r sure BUSY, huh? sooo glad u got a site!now i can keep up with ya…note MY new email address!!! can’t wait to peruse (sp??) your recipies !!!! think of ya often! much love, auntie dawn p.s. send me your private email address if u got one…..

  2. Hi, Caroline,
    I’m listening to you on Dining Around with Gene Burns right now, and would like to invite you to come check out The Barlow in Sebastopol. It is the first of its kind in the nation–an organic business community where consumers can watch the products they will purchase being created–a whole new concept in retail pairing consumer with creator/producer in a ‘down home’ way.

    We are hand-picking the businesses we want to have at The Barlow, so please take this communication as a compliment…
    Check out our website–, and if you would like to come for a tour and see how you would fit in, please email me at :)

    1. Hi Sue,
      Thanks for the invite! I would love to come check it out- I’ll drop you an e-mail so we can talk more about it.

    1. mascarpone is a type of italian cheese. the texture is somewhere between cream cheese and creme fraiche, and it has got a lovely rich, creamy mild flavor. it’s really common in desserts too- it’s what makes tiramisu awesome. I hope you try it!

  3. Love the site! Thank you for sharing your experiences and wisdom with the world. I’m curious as to what pressure canner you use? I’m in the market and am researching people I respect. Thank you!

  4. I’m so happy you were freshly pressed and I found your blog. Congratulations! I’ve looked just a little and love what I see .. I’ll be back to read more. Have a great weekend! :-)

  5. Hi! My name is Quincy! I bought 2 lovely tomato starts (hillbilly and pink brandy wine) from you at the ukiah farmers market today! This website rocks and so do you!

  6. Hello, Just a hobby farmer here and my first garden this year,and I also do have about 12 prissy Hens, and 6 guinea’s.Im in Tennessee and we have lots fox and Coyotes that we have to trap to keep them out the chicken yard as well as those pesky Chicken Hawks..Also love your blog as I found it when I was looking for if radishes can be put up in a vacuum seal…

  7. This is what I miss from my years in California. The quality of life and food there is exceptional. Glad you generously share with us. Thank you.

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