What a beautiful October we’ve been having! Amazing weather, and beautiful colors! It’s hard to believe the growing season is starting to wind down. Our last CSA deliveries are the second week of November for the main season. After that we will have our 3 Winter CSA Boxes you can sign-up for. Each box is a full bushel for $45 or buy all three for $125! Click Here To Sign-Up
Also, don’t forget to Renew Your Share! 10% off if you pay in full, 5% off if you opt for the payment plan – deal ends at the end of November!
Over the next few weeks we’ll be pulling all sorts of interesting roots – long white Daikon Radishes, colorful Watermelon Radishes, Pink Turnips, Purple Top Turnips, Celeriac, and more Parsnips. Our sweet peppers are pretty nearly picked over – usually it’s the frost that does them in but this year we’ve managed to pick pretty much all that was out there. We should have Brussels Sprouts at some point, we like to wait until it gets cold so they sweeten up before we harvest – this year we’re still waiting!
In the Farm Store – we are offering half bushels of select grade Liberty Apples for $35, a great deal – plus you wont have to go through a full bushel. We have ONE half bushel of Asian Pears left – first one to click on it gets it!
We have pumpkins left from the open house that we had last Sunday and we’re offering them on our Farm Store this week for $8 each. All proceeds go to benefit VINES a Binghamton organization that offers “Binghamton Farm Share” a program that increases access to CSA shares for food insecure households.
Pumpkins – $8 each
Organic Asian Pears – Half Bushel – $35
Apples Half Bushel – Liberty Select Grade – $35
Apples Bushels – Select #1′s – Liberty Variety – $70
Apples Bushels – Ungraded, Liberty, Gala, – over 50% #1′s – $55
Beets – 25 lbs – $35
Butternut Squash – Bushel – $50
Lettuce, Mixed Heads – 8 count – $12
Supplies of some Items are limited, order early!
Carrots or Beets
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