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post by: Debbie March 15, 2015
We have thinned the raspberry patch and have raspberry plants in one gallon pots for sale for $5. We continue to have plenty of eggs and both large and small CSA shares for sale. Spring seems to have arrived!
Debbie, Jim and Brian
post by: Debbie February 15, 2015
As soon as I sent the CSA announcement out I was reminded be several of you that I forgot a few important details. To secure your share please send at least half the payment with the remainder due in June. We don't accept credit cards or online payment due to the fees involved. We want to keep the price of the share as low as possible. Checks or cash is fine and can be mailed or brought to the farm at 61915 Pettigrew Rd. Bend OR 97702. The price for the large share is $640 and for a small share is$380. Call 541-382-8059 or email if you have questions.
With this unseasonably warm weather our hens are laying eggs like crazy. There are plenty of eggs in the grey refrigerator. Seeding has begun. Owen Murphy's class from COCC came out on Friday and did a truly awesome amount of work getting us ready for the planting season. All the greenhouses are cleaned out, in place and ready to plant, raspberries are pruned, shallots planted and mulched. A big thanks to Owen and his class.
Jim, Debbie and Brian
post by: Debbie February 2, 2015
The garlic is beginning to peek out of the ground and we're seeding onions this week, must be time to open the 2015 CSA! We are offering both a large and small share this year. The large share will have 10 to 15 items per bag, less variety at the beginning of the season and by August we usually have a bounty of items. The small share will have 6 to 9 items per bag. The large share will cost $640 and small shares $380. The season will begin as soon as we have produce available often with greens available in April with the full shares beginning sometime in May. It's always difficult to predict what the weather will bring and how it will affect our first harvests. If there is a vegetable or certain variety you would like us to consider growing now is the time to let us know.
Oooh, we can't wait for those firt spring greens!
Jim, Debbie and Brian
post by: Debbie January 15, 2015
We've got a nice supply of delicous farm fresh eggs and some crispy winter carrots.
post by: debbie December 22, 2014
We'd like to wish everyone Happy Holidays and 3 cheers for longer and longer days now. It's after the solstice when the days start lengthening that we know another season is coming. The chickens seem to know this too. We have plenty of eggs, carrots, some cabbage, wild rice, a few garlic and onion herb powdwers and jellies. Come on by.
post by: Debbie November 21, 2014
We'll be at the Locavore Thanksgiving Fair tomorrow from 11:00 to 3:00 with sauerkraut, garlic, onion and herb powder blends, wild rice and Old Fashioned Jellies. If you can't make to the fair but would like some of these items and can pick them up at the farm, let me know and I'll save some back for you. We have a good supply of eggs now at the farm stand and the driveway is plowed but muddy.
post by: Debbie November 1, 2014
Lundy beef and lamb, born on the farm, all grass fed(both the safest and healthiest meat) is available to order right now. Call 541-548-6949.
post by: Debbie October 30, 2014
Our unseasonably warm fall has graced us with a bounty of fall greens we've never had before. so the frig is full of first cut lettuce mix, arugula, spinach and greens mix along with cabbages, carrots, broccoli, celeriac, kales, chard, parsley and we'll have a good supply of eggs this weekend. On the table there's onions, tomatoes, a few peppers and wild rice. If you're interested in wild rice and it's not out come to the house and ask. Eventually the mice find it and we bring it inside.