Whew!

What a crazy planting season! We are now officially done planting for the 2019 season. We finished getting plants in the field about 10 days ago, and we were able to get the last beans and corn in on Wednesday. With the warmer weather the plants have been growing pretty quickly, so it’s hard to know exactly when we will open. Hopefully within the next couple of weeks. Please keep checking for updates on when we will open. #shoplocal #localgrown #knowwhereyourfoodcomesfrom

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NEW NUMBER!

Please note that we have changed our phone number to better serve you, our customers. We are switching from a land line to a cell phone, so even if we aren’t at the stand, we can answer and return calls, or if you prefer you can always send us a text. Our new number is 740-408-7750. We kept it similar to the old number, so it won’t be hard to remember. #movingintothe21stcentury

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Progress!

We were finally able to get some field work done today. The fields have been so wet that we haven’t been able to get the tractor through them! Today we were able to disk all of the fields and we even got the first planting of sweet corn in! Woohoo! Hopeful for more dry weather so we can finish the prep work and get these other veggies in!

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We are officially closed for the season. Thank you all for your patronage this year! We look forward to seeing you all again next year! #buylocal #shoplocal #localfarm #knowwhereyourfoodcomesfrom

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With as busy as we have been this season, the you-pick has been pretty much picked clean, so we have made the decision to close it for the season. We still have some tomatoes, peppers, butternut squash and pumpkins at the stand for sale. Thank you all for supporting our farm this season, and for spreading the word! Next year, we plan on growing more produce to accommodate all of our new customers!

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2018 harvest is getting close!

We were finally able to finish planting this week! Our first corn planting has tassels and is setting on ears 😊 We should be able to open the stand in a couple of weeks with corn, zucchini, squash and cucumbers. Tomatoes, beans and peppers should start to be available in early August. Even though they aren’t ready yet, we are now taking orders for bulk green beans, corn and tomatoes, that way we can start filling orders as soon as they get ready. Watch for an update with our official opening day!🌽🍅🍆🍉🌶️ #locallygrown #shoplocal #knowwhereyourfoodcomesfrom

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Thank you all for your patronage this year, and helping us have a wonderful season! The farm is closed, but we are already planning for next year! See ya then!

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Road closures!

Just a friendly reminder that if you are coming the farm this weekend from Columbus, 310 (the Pataskala exit) is closed at the freeway due to construction.  You have to take the 158 exit. 310 is also closed in downtown Pataskala for the our annual street fair. If you have any questions on alternate routes you can message us!

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UPDATES!

We’ve been done planting for a couple weeks, and now we’re patiently waiting (ok not very patiently) for things to get ready. We’ve been working on weed control this past week, so Eric has spent lots of time with his new best friend, the weed eater! Everything is looking good. There are lots of blooms, being pollinated by our very busy honeybees! We’re hoping to open the stand with a few things in a couple of weeks. Keep checking back for updates!

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Sign Up for the 2016 CSA

We hope you are all enjoying this unseasonably warm Christmas season! This year we introduced a CSA (Community supported agriculture) program at our farm. We got lots of positive feedback on the program this year! Its time to sign up for the 2016 season. All of the information is on this website, under the CSA tab. If you would like to sign up please follow the instructions. Thank you in advance for your interest in our 2016 CSA!!

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