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Frank says….

Strawberries are ripening – although slower than I would like. The schedule as I see it is: we will have berries at farmers market on Friday the 16th at Rite Aide. We will have fresh lettuce at the farm stand on June 17. Also, picked berries and lettuce at the stand on Sunday June 18th after 11 am. Baked goods will be available at the stand both Saturday and Sunday. Right now u-pik strawberries are scheduled for the later part of the week of June 19. The shell peas are looking good. Hopefully ready by last week of June. Hope to see you soon!

New Growing Methods Information

Tomato Growing Methods

Sweet Corn Growing Methods

Exciting News!

Coming to our farm soon on Saturdays and Sundays! Find them on Facebook and like their page  C&M Sweets

Home baked goods made with local products and love……

Farm Update 5/16/17

Here is the latest news from Our Green Acres!

  • Strawberry Crop looks real good
  • Blueberries look great – I’m pleased there is finally a crop.
  • Sweet corn is up
  • Peas look real good
  • Keith has tomatoes really perking.  They are getting fruit.

2017 CSA Signup Time!

Enjoy fresh fruit and vegetables right from the farm!

It is now time to signup for the 2017 CSA!  The application form and brochure can be found on our Farmstand CSA page.  Please signup by February 13, 2017 to get the best savings.  Refer a friend and get $20 added to your account.

CSA 2017 Signup Time!

It is now time to signup for the 2017 CSA!  The application form and brochure can be found on our Farmstand CSA page.  Please signup by February 13, 2017 to get the best savings.  Refer a friend and get $20 added to your account.

Farm Update

2016 was the most frustrating, money losing year we have had in over 50 years.
I’m enthusiastic, full of vim and vigor, and cannot wait to tell you about our changes for 2017.  I’m chafing at the bit ready to go.
We are going to be proactive in how we will be dealing with climate change.
1-  Purchased a new state of the art no till corn planter that will plant crops in 20 inch rows.
2-  Purchased a new drip line applicator that will lay 3 lines at a time and buried 2’’ deep. These lines will be able to be used in place for three years. This will be used for our sweet corn and sweet shelling peas. This will enable us to get water to our crops efficiently, timely without wasting water.
3- This year we will mow the pea vines when peas are ready to pick, pick them up, and put them on a picnic table so people young and old can pick the pods sitting down in the shade.
4- We are changing our onion varieties so that we can have a higher quality onion that is a cooking onion and will keep until Christmas or longer.
We have every reason to believe that we will have a good strawberry crop; they are presently sleeping comfortably and after three years of no blue berries we should have a bomber crop. This leaves us to worry about our potatoes. We can get water to them.
See you soon!  We appreciate our loyal customers!