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Teff Talk

Why is Soil Health important? ft. University of Wisconsin Dr. Gregg Sanford

We’re talking with soil health expert Dr. Gregg Sanford! He works in the Department of Agronomy at University of Wisconsin - Madison and has publis...

What else is on your farm?

Maple Drive Farms, the official name of our farm, has been predominantly a cash crop farm from the beginning. That means that we sell our crops (co...

March Update on Teff Cleaning Facility

We’re entering our, hopefully, last month of construction! Now that the insulation has gone in (all thanks to some very warm days in January) and a...

Are we organic?

We get this question a lot. And while it is a yes or no question, there’s much more that goes into it. Here are the facts: No we aren’t organic. We...

Dreams for the Gluten Free Facility

We’ve officially broken ground on the cleaning and processing facility! There used to be two silos that had to come down to make room for the new b...

Cleaning Teff

My parents have been debating this new barn/facility for several months. It’s a big decision. 2,400 square feet and nearly two stories high would g...

First Year Planting Teff in Michigan

Our first year planting teff on our family farm in southern Michigan.

Teff - The 'New' Ancient Grain

Move over millet, amaranth and bulgur - there’s a new obscure ancient grain on the scene. Teff, or eragrostis tef, is the world’s tiniest grain native to Ethiopia.