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Direct from the Farm, Fresh Free Range Chickens Delivered April 28th.
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Fresh, Pasture Raised Chickens Are Almost Ready!

Something I am very excited about is our first supply of fresh, whole Cornish Hens in 2022. These birds are just right, and they are being processed this month.

These hens are raised in free-range conditions, under sunlight, with plenty of fresh air. When your chickens arrive, they are fresh, not frozen.

Our delivery date is set for April 28th. Supplies are limited, and I expect a strong response. Call or text to place your order now! (4 chickens minimum for free delivery).

Farm Fresh Chickens

Fresh chickens raised in the outdoor air


In the past month, our produce boxes featured Romanesco Broccoli

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Spring Garden Growing Tips, It’s Time To Plan and Plant

Tony’s Gardening Tips

Time to plant

It’s time to start growing veggies from seeds in four weeks we start planting

Early March

The threat of frost is still too great to begin planting everything outside, but there is plenty you can do for your home garden right now.

Start indoors! It is not too early to begin planting as long as you are willing to get some starters going indoors. In 4-6 weeks, we will be able to put our plant starters into the soil. Choose some seeds and get ready to sow. I recommend cherry tomatoes as a good plant for beginners. Cherry tomatoes are hardy, easier to maintain than larger tomato plants, and are easier to guide to fruition.

Some other great options for starter plants: Basil, broccoli, cauliflower, peppers, collard greens, and lettuce.

Once you have your seeds, get some sectioned trays to get things started. If you don’t have access to nutrient-rich soil at home, pay a visit to your favorite hardware store and pick up some potting soil. You could even make it a family project! Just beware of over-watering. Make sure they get consistent sunlight and begin your gardening journey.

If you are eager to begin planting outside, there are a few options you have this early in the season. Peas, carrots, mizuna, onions, radish, and sage can all survive colder temperatures.