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New Field Farm's Online Market: Of Cabbages and Copra onions
We’ve added red and green cabbage this week, as well as Copra onions, a strong cooking onion that stores well.
The scallions are from the fourth and last planting so they’re much smaller than the recent large ones from the third planting.
We have a little arugula from a small planting that went into some extra space in the hoophouse. More plantings are on the way.
Potatoes have come down in price a bit this week. If you’ve gotten red potatoes recently you might wonder why some of them aren’t so red. The variety Dark Red Norlands has always done that as the harvest season progresses. I’m not sure why. It affects appearance, but not the quality of the potato.
Lacinato kale will probably come and go in availability. It’s generally slow-growing and, like all the other brassicas (cabbage, broccoli etc.), is planted in the lowest section of the field which means that this year it’s roots have been wet for much of the season. This contributes to slow growth. Today’s heavy rains aren’t helping! If I could have predicted the weather I would have planted them higher up (useless thought number 20 million and 2).
Thank you as ever for your orders.
Champaign, OH: ABC
One, two, three
Or simple as
Do re mi
ABC, one, two, three, baby, you and me…
That’s right…today’s theme is all about the A, B, and C’s…and, I am here to tell you all about it, and prompt you to get your tickets for our upcoming, annual State Of The Plate!!
And…this year, we are throwing such a twist into things!! In the past, we have taken you on adventures around the county, in beautiful barn settings, on the crisp autumn days.
This year, we are excited to announce that we are…
Going Back To School with State Of The Plate!!! At Graham High School!!! We are taking you to another part of the county, and we chose Graham High School because this is going to be the location for….drumroll…after years and years and years of working on a shared commercial kitchen, and grant after grant after grant…we FINALLY were awarded a grant, AND, have a physical location!!! And, if you come to State Of The Plate, you will get to tour the kitchen, have an AMAZING local lunch prepared by vendors, meet local producers, who will be set up, in a local market setting, with their products, you will get to go back to school through the cafeteria line, and you will be treated to speakers who will be talking about the commercial kitchen!! Youth speakers who our up and coming producers/influencers!! And, we will also have a quick visit with this market, the umbrella of all the markets, to show the ease of it, the hopes of it, and how it all works, together, with the A, B, C’s of the commercial kitchen, the local foods council, the Graham staff/facility, the chamber, and you!! The community!!
Get your tickets, now, through the chamber office!!
The date is October 21!!
And, while you are marking that on your calendar, go ahead and get your orders in, for this week!!
Manchester Locally Grown: Reminder: Ordering Closes at 10 pm
Manchester Locally Grown market
To Contact Us
Our pickup location is across the street from the Manchester City Schools administration building, at
If you don’t see a map, click on the address link.
This is just a friendly reminder to place your order online by 10 pm tonight.
Remember to hit that last “submit” button. I really dislike disappointing a customer who comes to market, only to find no order in their name because they didn’t hit the last button. When your order is placed, you will receive an email confirmation. If for any reason you fail to receive this confirmation, please contact Linda as soon as you realize it’s missing.
Also please go to our Facebook page & like, comment, and share this week’s post. Facebook isn’t allowing me to post on multiple sites, or post multiple photos. So please help us spread the word. Surveys indicate that word of mouth is the most effective form of advertisement. Please help us advertise our fantastic growing market!
See you on Thursday!
Michael & Linda
Fresh Harvest, LLC: Fresh Harvest ORDER REMINDER!
V.I Prime Produce locally Grown: Market open
Good evening Prime Produce Market is now open and accepting orders.
Heritage Farm : You still have time.....Wednesday delivery is this week!!!
New pork inventory!! Don’t miss those tenderloins, chops and brats!!
Turkey supply is getting LOW!!! Holiday Turkey and Ham Early Bird Sale!!! Order now and SAVE…prices are great!!! Whole, Half and Breast Only Turkey and Whole or Half Ham options!!!
Store closes at 11pm Monday for Wednesday delivery. Online Store order here>>> The Store
Thanks in advance!
The Hutchins Family
Spa City Local Farm Market Co-op: Reminder
Just a quick reminder. If you want to order from Arkansas Natural Produce, have your order in by 9PM tonight. For all other orders, the market closes at 9PM Tuesday night.
Siloam Springs, AR: Online Market Open! Inventory list attached
Good morning! Apologies for opening late. I slept a little longer than intended. Guess the Farm to Table event took more of my energy than I realized. Be sure to check out all the amazing products available. Have a great week and see you Saturday!
Yalaha, FL: Sorry I haven't been consistent
September has been so Freaking HOT this year. I had been hoping for an early cool down this season so that we could get the fall crops coming early. Sigh.
Anyway, I’m not going to open the Market this week or next but Send me a message if you really want something.
What I have in ample supply includes;
Weeds (they come with a bonus, pull them yourself.)
Anyway, as I said, if you want anything we actually have at this time just send me a message (Next year I might have to take all of September off.)
Winnsboro Locally Grown Texas: Market is Open
I keep wishing for Fall to come early, but it is not cooperating so far! Growers continue to struggle this time of year, battling the heat, but at least the roadsides are looking a little happier since the rain.
We have several vendors traveling this month too, so please bear with us as our selection is a bit slim. By next month, we should be harvesting sweet potatoes & winter squash, as well as enjoying cooler temperatures!
Have a wonderful week,