We are offering a sweat heart of a deal good through Valentine’s Day. Ten Percent (10%) off all of our maple syrup. Heck, if you order at least $100’s worth, we will even deliver it (limited to a 20 miles radius from our farm). Otherwise, you will pick it up at the farm.
Some of you may know that we are associated with Gilmanton’s Own. So if you order anything through any of the farmers/vendors associated with Gilmanton’s Own, we will even take 15% of any maple syrup you order through us. Same deal applies. If you order over $100’s worth we will deliver it (limited to the 20 mile radius of our farm).
To order your maple syrup go here and apply the code “Yum!” at checkout (don’t use the quotation marks).
To see a list of Gilmanton’s Own farmers/vendors go here.
Thank you for supporting local! Michelle and Keith
As many of you know, our 30′ x 76′ greenhouse was put up at the end of 2017. We were very fortunate to get a grant for two greenhouses last year. The second one, will be going up in the spring/early summer.
We will have spring veggies in this greenhouse that will be ready in the spring (April/May). Yum! Can’t wait! Also in this greenhouse, we will be growing, tomatoes, cucumbers, eggplant, basil and green peppers. So….what does this mean? It means, that we should have these crops ready one month earlier than they are typically ready in this area.
I know, I hear you saying, yeah but greenhouse tomatoes – they don’t taste like anything! Ours, will have taste and they will actually taste like a tomato because of the way that we grow. So look for us at the markets this summer with crops a bit earlier than the other folks. Oh yeah, if you want to make sure you get some and don’t miss out if you come late to the market, think about signing up for our free choice CSA (you pick what you want) and your bag will be already set aside with the products that you want that week so you won’t miss out! If you sign up by February 1st, you get an extra 10% in purchasing power. Check it out here. If you want to learn how to get a free CSA, check it out here.
We just finished planting 2,000 strawberry plants. These are full size plants so by planting them in the fall they can get established and you get a full harvest in June. Conventional methods have you planting in the spring, waiting a year and then getting the bounty. We can’t wait to offer nutrient dense, chemical free strawberries to our customers next year.
We have 32 tons of rock dust being delivered tomorrow. This is one of the key ingredients to growing the way we do. We will be selling this to anyone who is interested in using this on their gardens. We still have to figure out pricing.
We went picking strawberries this morning. I think we went a little overboard. We made 59 jars of jam, including rhubarb and sugarless and put up 20 quarts in the freezer for future jam making. Plus we did some garden work and harvested for the CSA pick up this afternoon. Very, very productive day.
Today was the last day for the summer markets for the season. We start our winter market schedule on Thursday from 3-6 at the Skate Escape in Laconia on Court Street. A change from last year. This time it will be every Thursday through May – a total of 34 weeks!
Also we note our blog followers have doubled in the past week. Not sure how this happened but THANK YOU! Let us know if you have any questions or want us to focus on something in particular.
We brought our Hakurei Turnips for the first time to the markets this week. They were well received. A small nice white turnip – radish size. You can eat them raw, sliced in a salads and we’ve discovered so many recipes for them – not just salads. We are handing out about 5 recipes to go along with the turnips for serving suggestions. There are many tasty ones that we are looking forward to trying.