Spring has arrived on the
farm and the huge snow piles are finally gone!?The spring calving
season has been very busy.?The first group of baby chickens are here.?
Maple syrup season ended April 6 and was a little more challenging than
year's past, but we considered it a great success.
Flowers and veggie plants have our greenhouses filled to the brim.?This
year we have invested heavily in biological controls of our plants and
continue to subscribe to an Integrated Pest Management program in our
orchard and Christmas tree plots.
We will plant 2,000 Christmas trees and 400 new apple trees this
spring.?Sustainable agriculture dictates that we monitor our fields
closely so that we can maximize their production while keeping the
Several thousand hanging baskets fill our greenhouse.?Each is
identified as to whether the planting is for full sun or shade.?We want
you to only plant and purchase those plants that will do best in your
unique growing conditions.?As always we carry a line of potting soil
Containers are very popular so we can help you design the perfect
container or we will do it for you.?Plenty of containers are in stock.
For the veggie grower we offer 30 types of heirloom tomatoes as well as
a variety of hot and sweet peppers as well as squash, cukes, Brussels
sprouts, cabbage, and eggplant.
Bird lovers we carry a variety of unique Amish made birdhouses and
feeders.?Adirondack chairs and children's picnic tables are available. Numerous salsa, pickles, and jams are in stock as well as
local honey and King Arthur baking product.
Our own beef, pork, chicken, turkey, turkey pot pies, and all natural
hot dogs are always in stock.
your food!?Know your farmer!