What’s Happening Down on the farm

Hi Everyone,
The weather seems to be getting better and better!  That is until we want to work with our honey bees and their hives.  Honey bees don’t like cold, cloudy or breezy.  Since they keep their hive in the 90 degree range at all times any opening of the hive will chill them a bit.  The last couple of weeks while we have been working on them, it seems we have a perfect day, sunny, warm, no breeze and then we open up the hives and suddenly out of no where a gale pops up.  Instant angry bees.  Thank God for the bee suits is all I can say.
Our full market will be open Saturday and Sunday 10-6.  A couple of new items are trickling in each week now.  This week along with the greens we have the first of the radishes and turnips  In the market:
Raidshes
Turnips
Baby Carrots
Spinach
Arugula
Greens mix (spinach, lettuce, kale, arugula)
Lettuce mix (5-6 different salad lettuces)
Red Russian Kale
Herb Plants
Flying Plow Farm grass fed and finished beef(NY strip, church roast, stew beef, sirloin steak, London broil, chip steak, ground beef)
Crooked Creek Farm pastured pork (bacon, sausages, chops, hams, ham steaks, chipped ham, pork roll, ribs, loin roasts, tenderloins, jowls, hocks and dog treats.
Honey
Eggs (chicken, duck and goose)

Hope to see you this weekend!!
Locally Yours,
Steve and Vicky

steve@rousedalefarm.com

What's Happening Down on the Farm?

Signup now and join our mailing list!

I agree to have my personal information transfered to MailChimp ( more information )

I will never give away, trade or sell your email address. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Older Posts

Like Us!