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Posted by Tim Herron Farms on December 3, 2019 at 3:30 PM Comments comments (0)

christopher nicholas herron stole my"Tim Herron" nest egg last week from mountain valley bank also known as piedmont bank. He is 32 years old and took advantage of the trust i let him have 20 years ago, I mistakenly put his name along with mine"incase anything happened to me" savings account. Never did he put a single dime in this account and it had been dormid with 5.00 in it for at least 10 years, in which time he joined the army and flunked out of ranger school so many times he finally got a medical discharge. Got married had a son. still he found the time to drive 500 miles and withdraw all of the nest egg that my wife and i had put in there. Then closed the account. Not much resource unless i take him to small claims court, and i still might.He is mad at me for not letting him control my life. Be very careful if you come across him, if he will do this to his own father, imagine what he is capable of to strangers. He is the son of Sonja Lee Burdett.

Free pass's for Gibbs Gardens http://www.gibbsgardens.com/

Posted by Tim Herron Farms on December 22, 2015 at 6:50 PM Comments comments (0)

http://www.gibbsgardens.com/

 

Membership Gift Certificate $50

 

BUYER receives 2 FREE PASSES $40 Value

 

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Earthworm castings

Posted by Tim Herron Farms on June 7, 2014 at 7:30 AM Comments comments (0)

The last few weeks have been, very, very busy for me. I have found myself doing about 2 class's per week, aveage.

I would like to report, that I am getting rich from doing them, but the truth is, I give several free to summer school class's, VBS, and local groups. as long as they are local.

If you would like to schdule a group, to learn more about earthworms, vermiculture and the benifits, shoot me an email. most group price's avg 150.00 for local groups, can do here or there. We can adjust for gas or extra's if needed.

[email protected]


Redworms or Redworms

Posted by Tim Herron Farms on August 9, 2013 at 7:10 PM Comments comments (0)

Is it redworms or red worms?

what ever you want to call them, we have them.

Redworms Race

Posted by Tim Herron Farms on August 7, 2013 at 4:45 PM Comments comments (0)

Who would think a slimy blind creature with no legs could race? The beneficial local earthworms that enrich the soil took some time out from their hard work and came to the library on Aug. 1 with their temporary owners, to bring lots of fun and laughter to all who participated in the Willington Public Library’s first earthworm race. Program director Deb Linares told the kids to please return the worms to their homes after the races complete.

 

The racers’ names were clever and imaginative: there was Stretch, Duster, Rarity Diamond, Slimy, and Ernie the wormy, named after Ernie on “Sesame Street,” to name just a few.

 

There were a few rules set down for worms and their managers. Each child could squirt their worm two times and blow on them to motivate movement from a plastic circle to the outside perimeter.

 

The worms couldn’t hear music, but the “William Tell Overture” helped liven up the race for the human participants. “Coax and cheer your worm on,” Linares encouraged. Parents, kids and teen helpers all had fun. “The teens are a huge help with the programs I do,” Linares said. Many of those teens participated in programs in years past and were delighted to help out.

 

Linares gave a number of historic and scientific facts about worms in her lead up to the race. “What creature can feel without hands?” she asked. She explained that worms are underground farmers who turn the soil over like a plough, and that they have been around for 120 million years - much longer than humans by about 118 million years.

 

The race was very official, with runoffs held until the two champions were named: Teraziah and her worm Rosie were tied with Jason and his worm Stretch.

 

Each child received a certificate for participation, and following the race there was a crafting session when kids could make a creative worm using cardboard and yarn.

 

Parents enjoyed the event as much as the kids. “These programs are great. Lots of Willington people get together and the kids can make new friends, as well as the adults. The staff makes the programs a lot of fun,” Heather Tomm said.

 

 

 

Herron Farms Main Page

Posted by Tim Herron Farms on May 26, 2013 at 9:15 AM Comments comments (0)

I have gone over my bandwidth on my main page, so I have teperarly reverted to this page, and my others to place orders.

Worm castings

Posted by Tim Herron Farms on May 26, 2013 at 9:15 AM Comments comments (0)

I have over 300 pounds of fresh earthworm castings, 2.50 per pound............one pound will make about 5 gal. of worm tea, and that will dilute into 50 gal. of usable worm tea. Worm tea, is not a fertilizer, it is a enhancer. it takes what you already have and brings it back to life, with out synthetics and killing the soil microbes. Basicly, it FEED's your soil, rather than just saturating it with cancer causing synthetic fertilizer that you will eventually eat. Herron Farms Dawsonville

END OF THE WORLD SALE

Posted by Tim Herron Farms on December 16, 2012 at 9:15 AM Comments comments (0)

This Friday December 21, 2012

Herron Farms of Dawsonville, will not be having an "End of the World Sale".

 

 

I am sure something is in the works, as the Myans were not dumb people, and have provided us with many importaint peice's of information. I personally believe the end of time may be close, mostly from my understanding of the book of Revelations and what we are doing to ourselves, with the Drugs and the hatred to one another. But what is Close? One Day, or many Years? Know one knows this.

 

Registered Rabbits

Posted by Tim Herron Farms on May 3, 2012 at 7:55 AM Comments comments (0)

I can ship just about anything, except rabbits. The only way that I have found is very expensive and prohibitive, as in avg. 500-1500 and to me, that just makes no sense. The postal service will not ship rabbits.

 

I have had people drive from all over, tx. mi. fl.nc.sc.tn.al. and all over Ga. Makes me feel bad.

 

Now about these rabbits, they are not "registered rabbits" they are pure blood rabbits, and I have "pedigree's" for them. They come from a line of Grand champs and Registered rabbits.

 

The trail to get a rabbit is a fairly long one. take a look at the ARBA page. they have to be shown and win several "legs" to even be considered. Then you take the rabbits to a judge of your choice and pay a small fee for them to examine the rabbit. and then the tat. the right ear.

Then, you typically "breed" that rabbit, and sell the off spring, but never the Registered rabbit, that is your money maker. Once the rabbit has a registration number tattoo'ed in his right ear, any one can look up the numbers, and see the info. on that rabbit.

 

By being a member of ARBA, I am able to buy stamps and pedigree books, I am also able to fill out the pedigree's under penalty for lie's. But the pedigree is no more than a "linage" of that animal, It is up to you to turn the rabbit into a Grand champ.

Hope that helped some.

 

 

Herron Farms Has Diatomaceous Earth

Posted by Tim Herron Farms on April 15, 2012 at 6:20 PM Comments comments (0)

Diatomaceous Earth - Organic pest control

Household Pests:

Diatomaceous Earth is a natural, organic insect killer. Diatomaceous Earth kills by physical action and not by chemical so there is NO harm to pets or humans. The tiny hard and sharp diatoms scratch off the insects waxy coating, causing it to dehydrate.

Use Diatomaceous Earth for control of roaches, silverfish, ants, fire ants, bedbugs, lice, mites, spiders, earwigs, flies, fleas, box elder bugs, crabs(std), Pubic and hair Lice, scorpions, crickets, and many other insects. Diatomaceous Earth can be used in and around the home, yard, animal housing, etc. Sprinkle a 2 inch wide border around the foundation of your house to prevent insects from entering.

Diatomaceous Earth will not harm earthworms or beneficial soil microorganisms.

A Word About BEDBUGS

All over the United States we are seeing an outbreak of bedbugs. DE will not only kill the bedbugs you have, but will do it safely without chemicals. Remember-bed bugs cannot fly, so make sure bed is away from the wall and there is no bedding touching the floor. Surround each of the 4 legs of the bed with DE--this will kill them as they try to get on the bed the only way possible. Dust some DE on the matress and bedding--especially in the creases. Dust DE in the carpets and in corners of room. Remove electrical outlet covers and puff some DE inside the walls. The "Pest Pistol" works great for this. Keep this routine up for several days untill no more bed bugs.

Pubic Lice(Crabs) and Hair Lice: Dust Diatomaceous Earth on all areas of the body that are infested with the Lice (Crabs). Dust your bedding and rooms you have been in with DE also.

Plant Pests:

For control of aphids, white fly, beetles, loopers, mites, snails, slugs, leaf hoppers, and others, use Diatomaceous Earth inside your home, greenhouse or outdoors on fruits, vegetables, flowers, grains and grass, up to and including day of harvest. For dry application of Diatomaceous Earth use a duster and cover entire plant, apply to both top and bottom of leaf. For young plants, as little as two pounds per acre may be adequate. For larger plants, five lbs. per acre is probably sufficient. Diatomaceous Earth will need reapplication after a rain. Applies best when there is dew or after a light rain. It is a long lasting, effective powder. The insects can not build up resistance. DE can be sprayed or whitewashed by mixing 1 cup DE with 1/2 Gallon of water. Stir frequently and spray/paint trees, yards, and fences. Diatomaceous Earth will not harm earthworms or beneficial soil microorganisms. Wear a dust mask when applying large amounts of it.

Stored Grain:

Just add 7-10 lbs. of Diatomaceous Earth to each ton of grain as it is conveyed into the storage. When added to grain, it not only makes it flow better, Diatomaceous Earth kills the bugs that are present and protects the grain from further invasions. Bugs can not become immune because they are killed by physical action, not chemical.

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