Double K Hobby Farm

 a community shared agriculture farm


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The year of 2017 CSA

Posted on January 4, 2018 at 8:35 PM Comments comments (0)

Go to YouTube and subscribe to our channel.  Double K Hobby Farm video is waiting for you!  The Kellners

Potato planting

Posted on May 2, 2017 at 11:10 PM Comments comments (1)

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A Happy New Year!

Posted on January 5, 2017 at 10:20 PM Comments comments (0)

I for one thing am so happy 2016 is over and I am moving on towards better health! I am anxious for all the new seed catalouges to start coming in the mail and to start planning all the rotations of where the plants will be put into the ground this year.   I can't wait to get outdoors and be a part of God's beautiful landscape.  I missed most of my summer and fall outdoors so  I do know that I am going to have to build some muscle back so I can keep up with Kraig in the gardens!  What are your new year plans?

We hope that you will find the website signup a little easier as we have omitted the pdf forms.  I am looking forward to working with our website company and they have upgraded a few things. 

God Bless!


Finding Blessings

Posted on June 26, 2016 at 8:45 PM Comments comments (1)

We have a had a busy spring with our youngest son graduating High School, planting for the new CSA season, and visiting doctors and specialist.  As all of our families know, I was just diagnosed with breast cancer May 23 and alot has happened since that day.  My double masectomy surgery was June 21 and I will find out tomorrow if I need chemo or not.  I publish this not to recieve sympathy but to encourage other women to do their mammograms and get your annual physicals.  I know that you may say, I am to busy, to expensive, or what ever reason you have, just do it.  It may save your life!  Also, I have found that by sharing with others, I am building an awesome support network.  As  a mom, wife, friend, etc we need this.  I have been blessed to have  wonderful family and friends and they have been truly supportive of us and our work at the Double K Hobby Farm.  They are all working hard to ensure a good harvest for the families who have signed with us! 

Getting ready for the 2016 season

Posted on January 19, 2016 at 9:55 PM Comments comments (0)

We are accepting enrollments for the 2016 growing season.

If you are interested, continuing checking  us out on this web page and share with your friends!

No payment is due until April 1.

We need to know a number count so we can purchase seeds and plants for the season.

Leave a message at FB or call Theresa at 320-894-6625 and leave a voice mail.

You may also reach us using the contact button on this website.



Newletters notes

Posted on January 13, 2016 at 9:35 PM Comments comments (0)

Social Media, so much to learn but I love the challenge of new things.  

Last season, I tried a separate  blogging service but honestly, I just didn't have the time to dedicate writing a fun witty article that could maybe hold your atttention span for a few minutes.  Plus it is a service I have to pay for so in May, we are cutting out the

I am going to try to do more Facebook post, Instagram, personal emails, and if you check out the tab above "Newsletter" you can subsribe and every week when the season starts, I will have an organized format of the farm news and happenings. You will only receive a newsletter if you fill in your contact info.   After researching, I feel that I can do this with the help of mailchimp service and the best part it is a free!  










a new way to do a newsletter

Posted on June 2, 2015 at 11:00 PM Comments comments (0)

We are up and ready for the blog in a whole new way!  We responded to your request of a newsletter and we combined the best of newsletters and blogging together.  When you click on, click on follow us.  There is no fee and each time we post something from the farm news, it will go to your email!  It will help you to see the happenings at the farm. 

reviewing the photo albums

Posted on April 3, 2015 at 7:55 PM Comments comments (0)

If you are having difficulty seeing the photos in the gallery, please use Chrome as your search engine instead of the older version of google.  If you continue to have difficulty, give us a call and perhaps we can help.  The pictures are a fun way for you to stay connected to what we are doing.  We made a few changes to how the pics are displayed so we hope that it will be easier for you to see.

Have a wonderful Blessed Easter!



Posted on March 5, 2015 at 7:50 PM Comments comments (0)

Spring is around the corner and we have done 'lots of gardening on computer software and printing our plans' and we are ready to get started in the dirt.   Only problem is, Mother Nature is not ready for us.  I will be happy though once the rest of seed pods come and will starting planting indoors. I plant one seed a time in the pod and those little things become my 'babies' for the next 4-6 weeks! 

We want to remind people that we are accepting up until May 1 for enrollments to Double K Hobby Farm.  This year, we can not take anyone after that date.  Sorry.  Sign up soon before we are full but remember payment is not due until May 1.  You can sign up through the web, calling us or mailing the PDF form from the website or direct email.


Posted on February 6, 2015 at 10:00 PM Comments comments (0)

What a wonderful January we have had compared to last Jan! I love that the days are getting longer and I can watch the sunset on my way home from Willmar. I look forward to our spring days and the long summer days because I enjoy working outdoors. I always say that it doesn't feel like work when you love what you do. Except when the mosquitoes are withdrawing my blood and the occasional garden snake is under foot, then it is not fun.:D


We met with a consultant on Tues and he shared with us some resources and ideas on how we can make improvements to the Double K Hobby Farm. There are alot of different avenues we can take and it will take time to reach those goals. For example, we will plant more things on plastic this year, but not everything yet. We may try a more advanced drip irrigation system. We are a super small farm buisiness and we want to keep our costs down and pass on the savings to you. Please remember that we still are "old fashioned" and have to rely on the usual fashion of growing a garden. When you come to visit us, we are a working hobby farm! We are not picture perfect. We love what we do and we want you to love your veggies!