• 100% Kona Coffee K-Cups and they are in a Compostable Filter Pod

    Posted on January 9, 2015
    We have succeeded in packaging our 100% Kona coffee into fully compostable filter pods compatible with all single serve brewers that use K-Cups.  We did not want to contribute to landfill with plastic cups and foil tops.  After a year of searching we found a company that packages our 100% Kona coffee in filter pods that are individually sealed in […]
  • What’s up with the Airplane on our Label?

    Posted on January 9, 2015
    We are often asked why there is an airplane on our label.  The answer is that Debbie has flown planes, privately and professionally, for about four decades now.  Although she has never personally flown the one shown on our label, we thought that it was a very nice plane to be used to represent Mokulele Farms.  The word mokulele is […]
  • Baby B – the Miracle Chicken

    Posted on October 10, 2014
    This little chicken was fine for her first 6 weeks.  She was then somehow injured and was unable to walk at all.  Our compassionate vet took the bird for a few weeks, gave her vitamin shots, worked with her daily and now this miracle chicken is completely healed.  She never learned that cracked corn was food so while she finished […]
  • Hurricane? What Hurricane?

    Posted on August 10, 2014
    When the chickens heard about the hurricanes due to strike the island they had two real concerns.  Do Mom and Dad have enough corn scratch to last a few extra days?  And, if there is any thunder can we please come inside the house?  Chickens don’t seem to mind rain and some wind but thunder and lightening are just out […]
  • Goldilocks, Our Senior Hen

    Posted on July 19, 2014
    Our best guess is that Goldilocks is at least 6 years old and still faithfully laying eggs for us.  Most chickens lay for about 2 years and then call it quits.  Goldilocks likes to take her spa time every month or so.  She will find a nest away from the crowd and stay there for a couple of months, coming […]
  • Bumble Bee, Our Best Dressed Rooster

    Posted on July 19, 2014
    Bumble Bee started life as a bright yellow peep who could not stand or move on his own, he was the runt and was very weak.  Paul spent days warming him up, carrying him around and picking him up out of places when he became stuck.  He has since become a most handsome rooster who takes great care to never […]
  • The Chicken Chronicles — Alpha Rooster Joe

    Posted on June 3, 2014
    We love our roosters!  Joe is the alpha bird and he struts around the farm watching over his hens.  He finds them food, he helps them to select a nest and most importantly, he risks his life to protect them.  Joe has chased away mongoose and feral cats and has been seen flying up into the trees to keep hawks […]
  • The Chicken Chronicles — Here’s Lucky

    Posted on May 27, 2014
    Each of our babies has earned their name.  Little Lucky was not able to get out of her egg without our help so she identified me as her Mom as I was the first person she saw. The fact that she survived her first day at all made her name choice a natural.  She still prefers to be cuddled before […]
  • It’s Peep Season!

    Posted on May 27, 2014
    The spring not only brings rain, it brings new peeps.  Our little hen, Tangerine, managed to hide her nest from us and she showed up this week with 10 little yellow peeps.  She brings them around several times each day to do cute chicken tricks in order to obtain corn.  What’s a cute chicken trick?  Well, for us that just […]
  • Early Pick This Year

    Posted on May 6, 2014
    A large flowering in November means that will be begin to pick ripe cherry within the next month. Our farm is looking healthier than ever and the trees are loaded with cherry, even the two year old keiki trees in the upper field.

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