Turkey Day Farm Box!

Oh, the long lost tradition of holiday postcards and the amazing letterpress designs…this one is from 1916.

Because our weekly Farm Stand is open on Fridays, we thought it would be nice to have a special day, this Tuesday-November 22nd to distribute some farm freshness for your traditional recipes on this cook’s holiday!  We have included several items that are usually on the shopping list…

Turkey Day Farm Box!
Pick Up at the Farm Stand
Spring at Elm
Tuesday, November 22nd
10am – 4pm
The Turkey Day Farm Box includes:
Green Beans, Onions, Carrots, Celery, Romaine, Green Leaf and Red Leaf Lettuces, New Potatoes, Beets, Oranges, Fresh Thyme, and Fresh Rosemary. There will also be produce available to purchase a la carte if you need more of any item for a recipe….or something not included.

See you in the field!


2 responses to “Turkey Day Farm Box!

  1. Greetings, Happy New Year!
    I was wondering what particular breed your gorgeous chicken is and is she a good egg layer as well?

    • She was a “free exotic chick” from my last order from Murray McMurray Hatchery. I believe she is a silver laced cochin http://www.mcmurrayhatchery.com/silver_laced_cochins.html

      She is a wonderful egg layer and a good broody hen in the spring. I just ordered buff cochin and black cochins as a result of her good nature and breeding!! If you are local and would like to take a few from my order let me know!! I can add silver laced for you or you can choose from the beauties we have already ordered. I will do a separate post listing the breeds with photos…thanks for your kind words. Kelli

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