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Last week of the Season

We are winding down our sales season at the farm, although not our field work season, with our final week. Please note our hours for this week:
Sept 12, Tuesday      3 pm -7 pm
Sept 13, Wednesday  9 am – 5 pm
Sept 14, Thursday    3 pm – 7 pm
Sept 15, Friday          9 am – 5 pm
Sept 16, Saturday     8:30 am – 5 pm
                     We will close for the season at 5pm

There are plenty of raspberries, flower, herbs and vegetables available.

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Our Honey from Our Bees

Our bees were busy this summer making honey with our flowers. We extracted the honey, bottled it and it is now available in our farmstand. I feel like I am on a sugar high from tasting a “moderate” amount today – but it is so yummy!!!!

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Season Extended

Due to the slow ripening of the Raspberries and Blackberries, we are extending our season to Saturday September 16. Please note, we will be open LABOR DAY  from 9-5. Our schedule the next 3 weeks is the following:

 

 

 

The Blackberry field will be closed until Saturday September 2 for ripening. The Raspberry field, flower field & Herb garden are open.

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Farmstand Open – Berry Fields Closed Saturday

Berry Fields closed Saturday August 26 for ripening – Farmstand will be open. The fields will re-open on Sunday August 27. The weather is slowing the ripening process this year.

Our farmstand is open and stocked with sweet corn, cherry & big tomatoes, red, white & blue potatoes, and many more vegetables. The flower field and herb garden, full of color and smelling fantastic, are open for cutting.

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Berry Fields Closed for Ripening

The Berry fields will be closed for ripening. The Raspberry field will re-open Wednesday August 23 and the Blackberry Field will re-open Friday August 25. Our farmstand, flower field and herb garden will be open for our regular hours.

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Child’s Monkey and Lost & Found

Somewhere there is a child missing her/his monkey. The monkey was found yesterday sitting in the parking lot. It is now sitting in the farmstand staying warm and dry while keeping an eye on the door, waiting for its owner to come back.  This little monkey and other items left at the farm are pictured below waiting to be claimed.

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“Fall” Season is Underway

We are digging potatoes – red, white and blue – and they are available in the farmstand. Add a new color to your plate. If you haven’t tried one of these, you are missing a delicious vegetable!

Yellow onions (red onions not ready yet) and tomatoes (finally ripening in volumes) are also available.

We are back in the sweet corn business. The racoons ate their share – not that we wanted to share with them – moved on and the rest is for you.