Insect Traps

Potting Soil - Seed Starter

  • Coconut Coir Fibers (alternate is Peat Moss)
  • Perlite or Vermiculite


  • Lacinato Kale
  • Jersey Kale (aka Walking Stick)
    • Perennial Kale swap out plants every 2-4 years
  • Dino Kale
  • Red Russian
  • Bonnie Plans - Kale
    • Curly Kale
    • Flowering Kale
    • Lacinato Kale
    • Prizm Kale
    • Purple Kale
    • Ripbor Kale
  • Snake River Seeds
    • Kale, Baltisk Rod Purpulkal
    • Kale, Cold-Hardy Mix
    • Kale, Dwarf Scotch Blue Curled
    • Kale, Rainbow Lacinato (best for Jeff's health)
    • Kale, Red Russian
    • Kale, Smooth German
    • Kale, Wild West

Planting Kale

  • 1/2“ deep and 1” apart
  • rows 18“ apart
  • thin to 12” apart

Harvest Kale


  • Snake River Seeds
    • Drunken Woman Frizzy Headed
    • Emerald Oak Leaf
    • Forellenschluss
    • Grand Rapids
    • Heirloom Mix
    • Mantilia
    • Pablo
    • Pirat
    • Red Iceberg
    • Red Oak Leaf
    • Red Romaine
    • Red Velvet
    • Reine de Glaces
    • Sierra Batavia
    • Slobolt
    • Sunset
    • Yugoslavian Red


  • Snake River Seeds
    • Onion, Dakota Tears
    • Onion, Newburg
    • Onion, Rossa di Milano
    • Onion, Walla Walla (health Jeff)


  • Snake River Seeds
    • Beet 3 Root Grex
    • Beet, Bull's Blood
    • Beet, Detroit Dark Red
    • Beet, Lutz Winterkeeper (health for Jeff)


Mason Bees


Native Idaho Plants best for Bees

Plant Nurseries

Fruit and Nut Trees

Lemon Trees


  • Improved Meyer Lemon
  • Eureka Lemon
  • Genoa Lemon (Mediterranean)
  • Santa Teresa Feminello (Mediterranean)


  • Libson Lemon
  • Ponderosa Lemon
  • Variegated Pink Lemon


  • Villafranca Lemon (Mediterranean)
  • Limonero Fino Lemon (Mediterranean)


    • Moringa oleifera - Horseradish tree {S seeds, spores} The long, bean-like pods are used in soups and curries or made into pickles. Young, mustard flavored leaves, twigs, and flowers are eaten raw in salads, cooked as potherbs, or put in soups and curries. Immature seeds are eaten like peas. Mature seeds, when roasted or fried, are said to resemble peanuts. The pungent root is used as a substitute for horseradish. Young, tender seedlings make an excellent cooked green vegetable. Leaves contain 7010% protein. Tropical Asia, cultivated. (Cornucopia: A Source Book of Edible Plants by Stephen Facciola, p. 136)
  • Moringa Seeds

Moringa Companion Plants

  • Cultivation of Moringa by Lowell J. Fuglie and K.V. Sreeja
    • mature Moringa trees are planted to provide support for climbing crops such as pole beans
    • 2nd year Moringa trees can be inter-cropped with maize, sunflower and other field crops. Sunflower is particularly recommended for helping to control weed growth.
      • Don't plant with eggplant or sweet corn as they compete with one another


  • Soil Science Society of America
  • Carbon (Brown) : Nitrogen (Green)
  • Composting Animal Manures A guide to the process and management of animal manure compost
  • On-Farm Composting Handbook NRAES-54
  • ratio 1:4 wood chips to manure (see Cow Pie Compost)
  • Tony McCammon, University of Idaho - Extension Office, Horticultural Educator,, 208-734-9590
    • University of Idaho Extension, Twin Falls County. 630 Addison Ave W, Suite 1600. Twin Falls ID 83301.
      • “The mix of materials or ingredients used for composting is often referred to as a recipe. Composting recipes attempt to provide a balanced amount of carbon (C) and nitrogen (N). If there is too little nitrogen, composting takes place slowly. However, too much nitrogen creates ammonia gas, leading to nitrogen loss. A ratio of 20 to 50 parts of carbon to 1 part of nitrogen usually results in relatively rapid composting. Youi can achieve the desired balance by combining the right amounts of carbon-rich and nitrogen-rich ingredients.” (ibid p. 12)
      • “In backyard composting, it is not practical to follow a precise recipe. Perhaps the easiest approach is to think of organic carbon sources as 'browns' and organic nitrogen sources as 'greens,' and then combine brown and green ingredients in rough proportions. A mix of 2 to 3 volumes of browns to 1 volume of greens often produces a C:N ratio in the 20:1 to 50:1 range. Examples of brown materials are dried leaves, straw, corn stalks, and woody materials such as paper, sawdust, wood shavings, branches, and shrub trimmings.” (ibid p. 12)
      • The Rodale Book of Composting. 1992. D. Martin and G. Gershunny (editors). Rodale Press, Book Reader Service, 33 East Minor St., Emmaus, PA 18009. 278 pages.


    • The Milking Shorthorn breed is the most versatile of all breeds and this is one of its greatest attributes. These docile cows efficiently produce large volumes of nutritious milk each lactation and are large enough to have a high salvage value when their long productive lives finally come to an end. In addition, their healthy calves born each year on regular calving intervals are spunky at birth, grow rapidly, and those not kept for breeding stock and herd replacement make efficient gains and hang very desirable grading carcasses.
    • Albaugh Ranch in Fallon NV raising native purebred shorthorn cattle since 1946.

Cattle Ranchers

  • Jennifer Jensen's Uncle
  • Becky Jensen sold cattle to pay for a mission
  • Marty and April Taggart
  • DeAnna Iverson's Father

Raw Milk

  • Idaho
    • Old Almo Creamery, 3283 South Reid Springs Road, Almo ID 83312, 208-220-1128
      • Raw Milk - unpasteurized whole milk
  • NAC 584.2855 Prohibited transactions involving lactating hoofed mammals. A person shall not engage in a transaction involving the barter of, sale of shares or interest in, or rental of, a hoofed mammal that is lactating in exchange for any consideration if the transaction is intended to result in the transfer or delivery of raw milk or a product made from it in violation of this chapter or chapter 584 of NRS. (Added to NAC by Dairy Comm’n by R082-11, eff. 5-30-2012)
  • NRS 574.170 Keeping cow or other milk-producing animal in unhealthy place or diseased condition; feeding resulting in impure milk; penalty. A person who keeps a cow or any animal for the production of milk in a crowded or unhealthy place, or in a diseased condition, or feeds such cow or animal upon any food that produces impure or unwholesome milk, is guilty of a misdemeanor.
  • James Settelmeyer knows about the distribution of raw milk
  • Goats for Sale
    • Delarosa Boer Goats in Sandy Valley NV •Dairy Farms ?Milk and More Distributing. 1231 E Basin Ave. Pahrump NV 89060. Phone 775-727-5445
  • Bunker Farm Inc. 900 W Riverside Road. Bunkerville, NV 89007. Phone 702-346-5258, 702-346-5544. PO Box 7149 Bunkerville NV 89007.
  • Moapa Valley Dairy. 2055 E State Highway 168. Moapa NV 89025. Phone 702-864-2223
  • Hafen Dairy Inc. PO Box 158. Mesquite NV 89024. Phone 702-346-5443
  • Pahrump Dairy. PO Box 6732. Pahrump NV 89041. Phone 775-727-7110 (wrong #)
  • Dairy Hills LLC. Kraig D. Hafen and Maxwell D Hafen. PO Box 297 Mesquite NV 89024.
  • Minature Cows
    • Stacy Vickery (meet on 6/13/2013 in Cal-Ranch St George store). Her neighbors have minture cows and she will get the contact info. She was in 4H and raises race horses. Email:, home: 435-634-9385, mobile: 435-313-9073, husband's name is Brett. Her mother lives in Blackfoot Idaho and has 40 acres. She does boarding for horses.




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