we will release our menu soon!
RECIPE of the WEEK
carrot relish: cucumbers, carrots, vinegar, onions, salt, fresh dill, hot peppers, sugar, dill seed, turmeric
This Weeks Vendors
Love Light Candles by Kate Scott
What's in Season?
KALE $2.00/ bunch
COLLARDS $2.00/ bunch
SPRING ONIONS $1.00/ bunch
QUAIL EGGS BOGO FREE
Radishes $2/ bunch
Carrots $4.00/ bunch
Torpedo Onions $3.00/bunch
Eggplant $1.99/ lb
Okra $1.99/ lb
Mint $1.50/ bunch
Basil $1.50/ bunch
and anything else that is in season by then!
This week we will also be carrying our new line of sweet relish, carrot relish, and mint jelly. So be sure to come check those out!
Contact us for Pick-Up ANY DAY this week. We are generally open from 9am to 2pm.
We are all sold out of pheasant for the 2019-2020 season! The 2020-2021 season is upon us so get your preorders in for guineas AS WELL AS turkeys! We’re so excited about how big our birds are getting and even more excited to help provide fresh food for you during the holidays. Go ahead and pre-order your family a turkey today by contacting us here on our website or through our social media platforms. If turkey doesn’t interest you, we also offer guinea fowl, parrtridge, and chickens!
ALL turkeys and guinea require a $15 deposit. Secure your bird today!
This week we have been focusing on keeping our birds healthy and the weeds at bay. With all the rain and heat we’ve been having it’s extremely important to keep the weeds down for reduce competition with your crop and increase airflow. This helps with reducing plant disease. That being said, our hemp field is doing BEAUTIFULLY! While we do use organic plastic for the rows, weeds still appear in the paths between them and if those weeds grow too large they can block sunlight, airflow, and can harbor a lot of unwanted pests. With two whole days of work we got the weeds down to see an amazing field of bushy hemp plants!
While it has been hot during the day, there has been a lot of rain at night. Such a steady and sudden amount of rain caused us to change this week's plans on a dime and fix up our potato digger! With the recent rains it's become important for us to harvest all of our potatoes as, with such wet soil, the potato digger gets clogged. See, the digger has an angled blade that reach down under the potatoes and the soil gets lifted to a shaker basket. This releases the soil leaving behind potatoes on top of the soil. As this is happening l, someone walks behind and collects the harvest!
As usual, do not forget that we have slots available for volunteers! Need volunteer hours for a club or school? Looking to learn about where your food comes from and how it's produced? Are you just in need of a reason to get outside, maybe burn a few calories? Contact us today if you're interested!