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In Living Color

Flash, as he later came to be known, dropped from the sky one fine summer day, and hung around for years. We were the beneficiaries

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To Market, To Market

If you’ve ever wondered what all goes into one of your favorite weekend pastimes, the farmer’s market, you can begin this conceptual journey mid-week, Wednesday

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Farmer John Bell at Elmwood Stock Farm on a tractor

Analyzing Chores vs Work

There’s Always Plenty to Do  Each winter, more and more individuals who found us the previous summer brave the elements to shop with us at

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Staff loading a delivery van

We Are Hiring!

We’re currently looking for a couple of all-stars to join our team! Do you love good food and making people happy? We have you covered.

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Heritage Turkeys, from Egg to Thanksgiving

The heritage turkey hens laid their eggs, and we hatched them in the incubator, back in the springtime. They’ve been living on our rolling pastures since coming out of the brooder barn at a few weeks of age. This represents the essence of farmer optimism: turn an egg into the centerpiece of the Thanksgiving feast, and have some fun while doing it.

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How to Extend Your Local Eating Season

Now that we have an online store, a Fall CSA Farm Share and a Winter CSA Farm Share, we take the responsibility of producing food year-round more seriously. Here as the days get shorter, growing into the colder months is on our minds.

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Your Guide to the Best Root Vegetables

Root vegetables are among the stars of the farm as the weather turns cooler. Our summer vegetables—tomatoes, zucchini, eggplant, peppers—are only designed by nature to grow in summer. It’s pretty great that nature designed other plants to feed us during other parts of the year.

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Your Turkey Questions Answered

Each fall, we look forward to receiving your questions about our pasture-raised, organic turkeys. These turkeys are soon to be the centerpieces of special meals across the country—and given the care and time it’s taken to raise them, you’re paying more for these than the loss-leader grocery store special—so we are answering some of the most common turkey questions we receive.

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Top Tips to Keep Fall Vegetables Fresh

The key to eating well all year is to store your fall vegetables properly! We put together our best tips for fall- and winter-vegetable storage so you can keep yours in top shape until you’re ready to eat them.

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