10137 Preston Rd

just off Mondon Hill Road between Hwy 41 and Hwy 50.

Produce Barn is open Sunday Monday Tuesday & Wednesday Farm Phone 352 799 6752 When we're busy in the field, our cells keep us available 352-232-3381 & 352-232-0294

E-mail us , we prefer phone calls rather than emails,beas9781@bellsouth.net

For our Produce Stand locations, dates, and hours please click here.

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Thursday, December 29, 2011

Tasty and Healthy - the last of 2011 (sniffle)

Sorry for the extra e-mail this week. This is a brief e-mail for some last minute news! It's really the end of 2011!

Special dates and locations this week only:

Monday - we will be at the Cloverleaf location (new hours 9A-1P). If you would like any of the pesticide-free greens, please phone to reserve them, so that we know to bring them with us.

Friday - our Spring Hill Drive location at the Chevron Station. If you would like any of the Swiss Chard, Collards, or Turnip Roots, please phone to reserve them, so we can bring them with us. The Hernando County Farmers Market is closed next Saturday.

The Farm will be open regular hours.

For our Calendar of Locations, and special times and dates for December, please click here, or click on the Calendar Tab at the top of this page.

Freshly harvested from our pesticide-free fields:

  • A New Crop of Collards
  • Kale
  • Turnip Roots (good for stews, soups, and freezing)
  • Swiss Chard (great in winter salads, soups, sides and sandwiches)
  • White Icicle Radishes

We are grateful for the opportunity of serving you, and bringing you the freshest, healthiest produce possible at the best prices, for your family's dining enjoyment. Thanks for always being supportive and encouraging. Florida offers unique growing conditions - we always are open to your suggestions.

Available from this morning's trek to the Farmers Market are:

Red and Green Bell Peppers
Jalapeno Peppers
CeleryGreen Cabbage
Romaine Lettuce
Sweet Potatoes
Red Potatoes
Red and Yellow Onions
Butternut Squash
Zucchini Squash
Yellow Squash
Sweet Corn on the Cob
Navel Oranges
Pink Lady and Granny Smith Apples

For this week's recipes, please check out the suggestions made in our New Year's Edition.

Don't forget your greens and field peas for a Traditional New Year's Day meal! The peas represent coins, and the greens represent those greenbacks! We sincerely do wish you all a healthy, enjoyable and prosperous 2012.

Thanks for always being there to support us - Your Local Farmer. We leave you with these words of Albert Einstein as we begin the New Year:

Veggie Hugs,

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