On-Farm Market happening this coming Monday, February 17th, Presidents Day, from 9 am till Noon. This will be our last winter market of the season. We will resume our regular market schedule on Wednesday April 1st. Come stock up on some fresh, nutritious food!
*** We will re-open for every Wednesday morning and the first Saturday morning of each month the first week of April! ***
2020 On-Farm Plant Sale: Friday April 3rd and Saturday April
4th, 10 a.m. till 2 p.m.
We will sell veggie, herb and flower transplants and organic seeds. Lots of unique and heirloom varieties! All grown here, with our homemade potting mix that is fortified with worm castings, so you’ll be inoculating your garden with beneficial soil when you grow our plants!
There’s a lot going on at the farm on April 4th , 2020……
- Our On Farm Market will be open with produce for sale, 9 a.m. till 12 p.m.
- Free Farm Tour at 11 a.m. !
- And Plants!, So many baby plants to select from for your own garden.
***We’ll also be selling transplants at the Columbus Botanical Garden Plant Sale, mid April.***
Here’s what’s on the table this week, Monday, 2/17:
Carrots, Beets, Rainbow Chard, Napa Cabbage, Green Onions, Sweet Potatoes, Lettuce, Sweet Asian Turnips, Purple Top Turnip roots, Baby rutabegas, Microgreens, Watermelon Radish, Collards, Pak Choi, Cilantro, Parsley, Purple Sprouting and regular green Broccoli (limited supply, come early for that!), Kumquats and Meyer Lemons from Randle Farms in Auburn.
Also for sale:
- Yogurt & Granola from Pecan Point Farm
- Pastured Meats and Eggs from Turntime Farm
- Pastured Lamb (ground and chops) from Fall Line Farm in Auburn
- Local Honey from Mica Hill Farm
- Goat Cheese from Bulger Creek Farm
- Grits and cornmeal from Riverview Farms
- Pecans from Koinonia Farm
- Goddess Ghee- clarified butter made from grass-fed cow’s milk
A Note on our farm Selling Baked/Processed Goods:
We were notified by the county recently that we needed to stop selling certain processed food items. So, we are currently in the research and discussion part of that process and will make decisions about how to move forward after we have all the facts and figures. Unfortunately, this means we must, at least temporarily, stop selling pimento cheese, breads, jams, etc. Sorry for the inconvenience; we will keep all of y’all posted!