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Category Archives: 2011 Harvest
Due to the increase in the price of Certified Organic chicken feed we will be increasing the price of our eggs to $4.00 per dozen effective this week. Although Organic feed is more than double the price of non-organic, it’s important … Continue reading
We have a new stone grinder (100% made in America!) that will give us the capability to grind our own heirloom corn meal as well as grinding feed for the chickens.
If you have a request for a vegetable that we did not offer last year, please let us know. We are currently ordering our seed for the coming season. Libby, I ordered the speckled butterbeans and purple hull peas for … Continue reading
Today was moving day for the baby hens (and Rudy). They moved from the brooder room to a larger stall in the barn. They will stay there until they are large enough to move in with the adult hens. Rudy … Continue reading
We have a very limited amount of stone ground (by us) heirloom corn meal available for sale. The variety is Northstein Dent and it was grown with organic seed purchased from Johnny’s Selected Seed. It is naturally sweet and you … Continue reading
Merry Christmas to all of our friends and family. Traditional Plaid Christmas Card Click here to browse our Christmas photo card designs. View the entire collection of cards. Pam, Bill, Baron, Bud and Sally Creekside Natural Farm
Our laying hens are officially Certified Humanely raised and handled! Here is what our inspector Kimberly wrote: “This is a very nice, well maintained small farm managed by very conscientious people. The birds are in very good condition in a beautiful … Continue reading
2 of the alpacas we will be getting in March from Heritage farm. The white girl is Freedom and the brown girl is Belle. Freedom is a maiden about 18 months old (she has not been bred) and Bell is 7 … Continue reading
I picked what will be the last of the lettuce for this season. The cold – cold temps coming tonight will most likely be the end of it. It will be in the cooler.
We took the chickens to be processed today. If you pre-ordered, they will be available starting tomorrow. Please call to let us know what time you will be picking them up since they are in our freezer. We also have … Continue reading
We have pears in the stand. They are in bags of 2 lbs each for $4.00.
This morning I picked some really nice beets. They will be bagged and in the cooler. We are selling them without the tops because the chickens love the tops! Also picked lettuce, cherry tomatoes, zucchini, and cucumbers. Still have sweet … Continue reading
Finally getting a chance to update! The sweet potatoes have been dug, cured and are in the stand! Very yummy and no pesticides! We also have lettuce (even better than the spring lettuce!). We are picking Sungold and Black Cherry tomatoes, cucumbers and zucchini … Continue reading
For all who have been asking about beans – they have finally recovered from the heat and we have them in the cooler again. In addition to the green beans, we also have heirloom purple beans that will turn green when … Continue reading
We are taking orders for chickens that will be ready around the end of October. They will be available as a whole chicken for $3.75 per pound, or cut-up for an additional .55 cents per chicken. We will be asking … Continue reading
Here are the heirloom tomatoes that are ready and in the stand now. They are not as “perfect” looking as the hybrids, but their flavor is fantastic! From left top to right – Cherokee Purple sliced, Cherokee Purple, Mortgage Lifter, … Continue reading
We finally have some really nice cherry tomatoes. For those of you who were here last year – we again have the Sungold & Black cherry. We also have added a red cherry that’s very sweet. $2.00 per pint
We picked sweet corn this morning and it will be in the cooler in the vegetable stand. It is $6.00 per DZ and it usually sells out quickly!
We picked beans this morning and they are in the vegetable stand cooler. They are $1.50 per pint
More strawberries this morning. This will probably be the last weekend.
I picked strawberries, sugar snap peas, lettuce and green onions this morning and as of right now, there is still some of each in the cooler.
We sold all of yesterdays picking of strawberries today. I will be picking more on Wednesday morning.
We are taking pre-orders on whole or cut-up chickens that will be ready around the end of Oct. The price will be aprox. $3.75 per pound. If you would prefer your chicken cut-up, you can request that when you pre-order for … Continue reading
I picked strawberries again today and put 12 pints in the cooler.
We are continuing to pick beautiful lettuce and radishes and are also getting some spinich & green onions. This will be the last weekend for the radishes.
We are starting to pick lettuce and radishes. Unlike me – they love the cool rainy weather and are very delicious! If you would like to come during the week, please call ahead so you don’t make a wasted trip. … Continue reading
We will have some of our organic plants for sale starting next weekend. The tomatoes that are ready will include heirloom varieties – Black cherry, Mortgage Lifter, Myona, Black Heirloom, Delicious, Hillbilly, Amish Paste and Pineapple. We will also have a … Continue reading
We have added some new varieties this year to go along with our favorites from last year. Some of the new varieties are Cherokee Purple, Arkansas Traveler, Valencia, Myona and Hillbilly. These are all heirlooms and were chosen for outstanding … Continue reading