Preparing for the 2023 Growing Season!

 

Tis the 2022 Winter Season!

Our Farmers Markets at

Lynchfield Park Saturday Mornings

are now closed!

Thursday Market on Rt 66: 2-6pm Remains Open till Christmas!

For our CSA Members, 24 week shares ended October 27th,

20 week shares ended October 13th.

 Farmers’ Markets On  & Thursdays remain open, the barn display cooler also remain available to purchase our Free Range eggs, “Whoa Nellie Milk”, Cider and other items during daylight hours

Saturday @ Lynchfield Farmers’ Market

9am-12noon Late April – November 19th

 Thursday Market on Rt 66 3-6pm, Began Mid May & moves to our barn in November  for Thanksgiving, then returns Thursdays Dec 1st till the 22nd 2-5pm

CSA distributions : 24 week shares Begin May 18th , 20 week shares begin June 1st 2023.

Our Free Range Eggs & other products are available year round in the barn. Our expanded glass display cooler is continually restocked .

Contact us about our Free Range meat Chickens. 

CSA Sign Up?:   2023 enrollment period begins December 2022

Compare: Our weekly CSA share value is one of the best! and one of the longest seasons in the area! Early sign up discounts apply!

 

Farm News: Early Season

It’s that time of year again when farmers begin to plan for spring. Currently we are pouring over seed catalogs yield records from last year, and devising our planting strategy for the coming season. It is also time to reserve CSA shares for the coming year. Many have signed up already and we’re getting inquiries every day. Please check out our CSA info on this web site & contact us if your curious about sharing with the farm this season!

We are continue to have the Harvest Barn open during daylight hours for those who need eggs & Whoa Nellie Milk! With the expansion of the farm , we have also expanded our layer capacity there by making fresh eggs available all year round. So stop in!. While your here we will also continue to offer (if available)winter storage crops as long as they last. We still have a good supply of winter squashes & red potatoes. Until the nights get exceedingly cold we’ll also have greens like Kale, Collards.

New CSA applications are currently on line , and Markets will resume in the late April, so watch for updates.

Local Farm News

  Fall is upon us: The days are shortening and the cool of the evening is evident, apples & cider are on the mind. Yes, fall is upon us there  is still much to do and offer to you all here on the farm. Fall Greens & Winter Squashes are now available, we have a good supply of apples and potatoes, onions, and this year it looks like we’ll have a nice selection of root crops into November. Watch for updates, with the farm markets closing the second Saturday in November, we’ll still be selling  at our farm in the barn on Thursdays from 2-5pm starting in November. OurFarm is Located 4mi North of Greensburg right off Rt 66 just across from Mary”s Tastyland. So come out & pay us a visit! 

 The volunteers of the CSA have been a great help on the farm and  in distribution; harvesting ,washing & packing their weekly share of produce. They even have helped in some of the mulching this season! As the farmer, I have been aiding & encouraging all of them, while there has been little time to rest between cultivation, preparing new beds for planting and machinery maintenance, and of course offering our fresh picked produce to all of you who generously support us!

  The Farm Markets are in full swing till  Saturday November13th.   We even occationally have free food demo’s using the markets local products!!  You can find our organic veggies at these locations

   Tuesdays: Greensburg Museum of American Art – North Main Street Greensburg – Hours 3-6pm

                                                     Thursdays: Our Farm Stand on Route 66 North (across from Mary’s Tasty land) – Hours 3-6pm

(after October we’ll be set up in our barn 2-5pm)

                                                     Saturdays: Lynchfield Park & Aerobic Center, Rt 119 north in Greensburg by the Sheetz- Hours 9am-noon

Bountious Harvest celebrated at the Farm

This Spring we have been blessed with an exceptional start for the growing season. Gorgeous Lettuces, Spinach , French Radishes, Kale, Bok Choy & abundant perennial herbs has impressed even this veteran farmer of 33+ years. This week we begin to eye up snap peas, strawberries, kohlrabi, beets, carrots and more. Yes the farm is…