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Wedge Oak Farm: Order for the week ahaed
Hi from the commercial kitchen in Lebanon,
We butchered three of our pasture raised hogs and have all of the delicious cuts ready for your table.
Chops- bone in and boneless
get on here and reserve what you want!
Please let us know if there is a cut you long for. We love to add to out products and want you to have what you like.
Smoked Bacon is ready
new Sausages Include:
Mild Italian- Pork
Medium Breakfast and hot too!
Chicken Breasts, Wings and leg quarters are great as is a whole roasted bird. Ours are reared on pasture grasses and live happy days on the farm.
Duck, Beef, Eggs and even a beef bone for your best dogs.
See you Saturday!
Miami County Locally Grown: Buehler's, Farmhouse RETURN
Both Buehler families are Back on the Market now, with all their beef and pork cuts as well as Landon’s chicken eggs! A true family affair :-)
And The Farmhouse Bakery also returns, with NEW frozen treats Banana Caramel Ice Cream and Butter Pecan Gelato, NEW Gluten Free options, including Gluten Free Pumpkin Bread (with or without Chocolate Chips), and NEW baked favorites – Plain or Lemon Pound Cake!
Happy Market week! Enjoy the glorious day!
Miami County Locally Grown: A Family Affair
It was cracking me up as I was getting ready for Market this morning how much of a family effort it is for us, for me to get out the door with everything I need.
Our three oldest were helping highlight the fridge and freezer items on your invoices (“No, canned chicken doesn’t go in the fridge! Oops Mom!” “No Ice Cream today? Well that’s less for you to forget, Mommy!” Thanks, guys) while toddler Anna pulled the papers out of the printer and handed them to me, generally waiting until they were all the way printed. Four year old Molly was mostly intent on breakfast after she learned there were no plants sold for her to water, while Daddy has it hardest, keeping us ALL on track while watching the clock :-)
We’ll call it Market Math that Anna’d say, “One paper Mommy, Two papers Mommy” correctly – and who can blame her on a large order week that after patiently waiting for most to print, she found her own fun putting away the tray to catch the papers as they printed, watching them float to the floor, then when I held out my hand for the next one, impishly looking at me, saying, “No more papers, Mommy”!
If I didn’t have such good (maybe fun is more accurate) help it’d be much harder to be on time (although in the same breath it makes it hard to leave the house, too!) – and it makes me smile all over again when I get your items ready for pickup and see the names of the folks we talked about that morning. “Well, that’s a new name!” “How do you say Ndzgorski?” “Hey, Leonore is back!” “Tell Joseph Leffler Joseph said HI!” “How is Vivian doing?”
Whether you know it or not, you’ve made a big impact on our family, and I’m grateful. Whether it’s enjoying the logistics of making lists and counting money, understanding the basics of relationship marketing at age 6, or simply enjoying knowing they’re being helpful to nice people who appreciate what they’re doing, running the Market is a fun part of our family life, and it wouldn’t be possible if you didn’t believe in and support local food.
So from Lee, Jennifer, Lucy, Joseph, Mary, Molly and little Anna Ruff, THANK YOU.
Champaign, OH: Last Call
Good morning, lovely market customers!
I’m coming to you from crazy wedding week central as the countdown continues to Saturday!!
Thank you, all of you, for being so patient, and still continuing with ordering!
It was a crazy wedding season of a summer leading into the wedding of weddings, this Saturday.
I will be so happy to return to you for all of your baking, and soup making, and market greeting days of order pick up!
Until then…let’s give a big shout out to your other market manager, and my father, who have been holding down the fort on Thursdays!!
You have about 15 minutes to get your orders in for the week!! And, I do see that eggs are nowhere to be found, so I will check with all of the egg vendors for the market’s reopening on Thursday evening!! I do know that many of my chicken owning friends are having the same issues…those chickens are just on strike, at the moment…
Ok…tossing out all the love to you, all the gratitude, and I look forward to returning to the market, full time!!
Statesboro Market2Go: Order by 10pm Tuesday!
We’re excited to announce that Fisheads has returned their aquaponically grown lettuce to Market2Go!
Now’s the perfect time to make yourself a seasonal Market2Go BLT sandwich using:
- Fresh bread from local bakers
- Gorgeously hued lettuce and tomatoes
- And humanely raised & delightfully savory bacon!
Not one for bacon? Try out Çoban salatasi (aka Shepherd’s salad), which can be customized to taste by including other vegetables like:
- And fresh herbs!
Old99Farm Market: Old 99 Farm, week of Sept 12
What a weekend we have coming up for all our wonderful customers! See below for details about the Old 99 Farm Equinox Celebration.
We have a good selection of veggies available this week along with a few melons and some of those juicy Asian pears. Plenty of tomatoes are available now for canning – Amish paste and Rio grandé (large version of a roma). Health Kick Salad greens, grand rapids lettuce, red potatoes, white potatoes, purple potatoes (yes, purple!), Swiss chard, collard greens, tropeana onions, egg plant, mint, fennel tops and so much more!
Please remember to place your order before 7am Thursday. Orders placed after this time may not be processed.
Market pickup times are 4pm to 6pm Thursday and Friday.
Reminder all O’99 patrons, this weekend is our equinox celebration. Sign up at https://old99farmequinoxcelebration.eventbrite.ca
Or if you’d rather, leave a message at 905 537 0163 with your name and how many coming with you.
We have the climate action treasure hunt farmtour scheduled for 2 to 4. Find out about such topics as:
EVs, downsizing/decluttering Retrofitting suburbia, homesteading, recycling e-waste, healthcare, ridesharing/cycling, dundasworks, living offgrid, canning and preserving, no fridge/no A/C living
Still hoping for permaculture, passive home heating, solar backup, heat pumps
Fayetteville Farmers' Market: Orders for A&A Apples or Pears Close TONIGHT (MON) Other Items can be ordered until 6 am Wed
NOTE: A&A APPLE and A&A PEAR ORDERS CLOSE AT MIDNIGHT ON MONDAY (TONIGHT!)
All other online items can be ordered until 6 am Wed morning. If you order A&A apples and pears, and then order other items later, your orders will be combined and all will be brought out and charged together.
Nice selection of veggies including kale and other greens, peppers of all sorts, potatoes, garlic, eggplant, sweet red onions, sweet turnips, zucchini and yellow squash, okra and more.
Remember great local meats, cheeses, eggs, baked goods, honey, salsas, crafts and more are also available.
Pickup is on THURSDAY afternoon 4:30 until 6:00 pm at south outdoor parking lot-Fayetteville Public Library.
Siloam Springs, AR: Online Market is Open!
There are 4 more outdoor markets left this season! On October 16th the market will transition to online orders only and order pick up at the Historic Moss House. We are thankful for farmers and vendors who supply locally grown and made foods and handcrafted items year round.
Vandevoir Farms has already transitioned to online sales only so be sure to order your chicken online each week.
Thank you for shopping local! See you Saturday!
Lathemtown Farm Fresh Market: This Week at the Market
I am so looking forward to sweaters and fall leaves – we’re almost there! I have brought out all the pumpkin flavors and moving towards fall cooking.
We’ve got fall plantings in the ground and they are already sprouting. We’ll have lot of greens, radishes, peas, carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, beans, sweet potatoes and more coming!
Our white pumpkins are in the stand, as well as Ellijay apples for pick up anytime. We have lots more canned items coming soon as well.
Remember we are always looking for egg cartons – specifically the dozen size. Also, return those jars, lids and bands and other containers for a credit on your next order!!!!
Thank you for supporting our farm,
Farmher Chef Amy
Independence,VA: Market closes TONIGHT at 8 pm!
There is a lot of produce available this week!
Be sure to place your order by tonight at 8 pm! Your order will be ready for pickup this Wednesday between 4-6 pm.
Thanks again and happy shopping!
To Shop: Independence Farmers Market.
Schedule Your Pickup Time (OPTIONAL): Calendly.
After you click “Confirm” on your time, be sure to enter your information and click, “Schedule an Event”. You will get a confirmation e-mail. If you do not receive a confirmation, you are not scheduled and need to try again.
Thank you all so much for supporting the Market!