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NEW! Farm Update for Thursday, August 18th, 2016

LITTLE RED BARN UPDATE (located in the parking lot of Home Hardware on Memorial Avenue):  We’ll be there today from 11:30 to 3:30!!  Adam will have cucumbers (a very, very limited supply of dill size, but lots of B & B), new potatoes, carrots and a nice selection of garden veggies.

BACK AT THE FARM:  Well, it looks like we’re going to get a repeat of Tuesday’s weather pattern!  There’s a really good chance that we’ll get some thunderstorms Thursday night.  SO.  We’re going to open our pick your fields in the MORNING from 9am to 12pm. Check in with this message early afternoon – if the weather forecast improves, we may be able to be open again for our evening pick from 6:30 to 8:30pm.   For picking on Tuesday morning, we’ll have light picking for dill size cucumbers, good picking for Bread n’ Butter size cucumbers and excellent picking for slicer size cucumbers. It’s very light, end of the season picking in the raspberry patch now.  

The Farm Store will be open from 9am to 4pm (and again with the evening pick from 6:30 to 9pm IF AVAILABLE).  We have a limited supply of fresh picked dill size cucumbers, a great supply of bread n’ butter size and slicer size cucumbers, garlic, dill, peas, new potatoes, yellow and green beans, beets, carrots, greenhouse heirloom tomatoes, kohlorabi, yellow zucchini, summer squash, eggplant and a nice ass’t of garden veggies. ALSO we have LOTS of wild blueberries and local apples from Mountainstream Orchard!

Our Sweet Corn season will start likely this weekend with a very limited supply – you can check in on Friday for confirmation.

Due to food safety concerns, unfortunately pets aren’t allowed into the pick your own fields or any of the buildings on site and we appreciate your understanding.  It’s probably best to leave them at home where they’ll be somewhere cool.

At the farm we accept debit, credit card, personal cheque and cash, of course.  But as a small business, we sure do appreciate it when you are able to use cash or personal cheque to help us avoid those pesky credit card and debit fees.

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