What’s Happening Down on the Farm

Hi Everyone,
I mentioned the loud talking phenomenon since we have been wearing masks for a few months.  Another farm oddity has reared its ugly head lately and that is, quite a few customers admitting openly that it’s their first visit to the market after passing by hundreds of times.  “Why haven’t you stopped before?” I queried.  “We were afraid”, they replied.  One man about 6’5″ 250 exclaimed that he and his wife were frightened to come down the drive fearing the worst, not knowing what to expect.  Just so you know, everyone has made it out alive…as far as we know.
In the market Friday 10-6, Saturday 10-6 and Sunday 10-2:
Local Sweet Corn
Tomatoes
Green Tomatoes
Cherry Tomatoes
Sweet Cherries
Yukon Gold Potatoes
Red Potatoes
Fresh Sweet White Onions
Zucchini
Yellow Squash
Cucumbers
Fresh Bunched Beets
Broccolini
Scallions
Various Head Lettuces
Lettuce Mix
Greens Mix
Arugula
Italian Eggplant
Swiss Chard
Curly Kale
Red Russian Kale
Fresh Garlic
Baby Fennel
Arugula
Green Cabbage
Napa Cabbage
White Turnips
Kohlrabi
Collards
Cilantro
Basil
Dill
Parsley
Sage
Meats from local farms
Hickory Chance Beef
Roseda Beef
Righteous Felon Beef Jerky Varieties
Gronova Chicken and
Crooked Creek Pork
Ground Bison
Honey
Eggs
Duck Eggs
Local Fermented Products from Hex Ferments such as, Kombucha, Sea Kraut, Glow Kraut and Miso Kimchi
Cheese (many flavors)
Goat Cheese
Fresh Cream Butter
Dimitri Olive Oil, Infused Oils and Balsamic Vinegars
Putnam Hill Nursery Plants
Celadon Hill Bouquets

Remember, the full market is now open Friday and Saturday 10-6 and Sunday 10-2.  We’ll see you, down on the farm.

Vicky and Steve
Rousedale Farm

P.S.  Next week Peaches!!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

What's Happening Down on the Farm?

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