8913 Bowles Road
Tampa, Fl 33637
TrailBale Farm is a family friendly farm in Temple Terrace, living their belief that good, healthy, local food should be available to all.
TrailBale farms with the benefit of the land in mind, increasing fertility with each animal rotation, which allows them to raise animals without medications.
The TrailBale animals get fed organic feed, grass, weeds, hay, bugs and that’s it. Extra animal feed is provided from New Country Organic, which are GMO-free, soy-free products, also available at the TrailBale Farm Store!
Please visit their website, TrailBale.com for more information or visit Travis Malloy and their family friendly farmer's at the Temple Terrace Farmer's Market every Saturday from 9am-12pm (summer hours).
TrailBale Farms on several properties throughout the Tampa Bay area. On their main site, shown above, sits a 4 acre property surrounded with a dense tree canopy. The farm's main operation consists of 6 animal paddocks.
Separating the 4 main paddocks is an existing burm/swale, that collects and stores ground water to extend the the life of their grass.
Together, with the Moringa Grower's Co-op, TrailBale Farm has been growing moringa trees for several years, providing much needed nutrients to the animals.
Moringa is used as a 'fodder food' and nutritional supplement for animals as they will consume the fresh moringa leaves, sticks and stems.
This Saturday @ TrailBale Farm,
The Moringa Grower's Co-op will be hosting a Moringa Planting and educational workshop on how to plant moringa.
Please join Kendrick and the Moringa Grower's as we plant several hundred moringa trees on TrailBale Farm's Moringa Food Hedge Swale.
Some of the cuttings have already been placed on the swale, but there are still hundreds more cuttings to plant.
These cuttings will propagate into moringa trees in just a few weeks.
Learn how to grow and propagate moringa with the Moringa Grower's Co-op,
8913 Bowles Rd
Tampa Fl, 33637
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Moringa Grower's Co-op
Together with neighbors & landowners, The Moringa Grower's Co-op has blossomed into a local share-cropping initiative dedicated to growing moringa trees throughout the Tampa Bay area.
The Moringa Grower's Co-op is a network of small scale bio-regions located within the urban environment aimed to develop prosperous relationships between humans and nature.
Moringa trees can be managed at many different sizes, depending on your function and necessity.
Zen Den grows a range of moringa trees, fitting for each area of the food forest. Along the fence row, they are more densely planted together for a hedge row effect.
As we reach different zones in the food forest, around pathways, we spaced them further apart, allows for more veggie garden protection.
And to fill in open spaces, we planted moringas furthest from each other so they can get much bigger, which provides more seed pod production.
Text Kendrick your name and interest in participation.
We'd love to see you join us, space is limited and parking instructions will be included in reply.
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