Farmer's Market -- September 19, 2020
What an incredible day to be out on the farm. And tomorrow is going to be even nicer. With only two Saturdays left for the market it looks like we might end up like we began -- unseasonably cool weather. On the night before the first market (March 9) we had an unprecedented freeze. In fact, we didn't make the first market because we were up all night covering our strawberries. It didn't work. Because of that freeze we had very little production from our strawberry patch.
Although we love the weather we've had this week, the cooler temps have surely put a dent in the tomato production. Yield is down but we will still have plenty for the market. On the other hand, the lettuce has loved it. We will have some beautiful Romaine Lettuce for you tomorrow. Also, don't miss out on the Fairy Tale Eggplant, Okra, Peppers, Potatoes and Hot Peppers.
We are officially out of our grass-fed/grass-finished beef. I will let you know when we have more. You will be able to order and we will find a way to get it to you.
Please come see us tomorrow. Only two more opportunities.