(updated Wed., Oct. 7, 2020)  


–  There’s been a heavy frost, but…..
The Veggie Stand is still  semi-OPEN –

   We continue to appreciate the wearing of masks to protect the displayed produce and each other; please socialize away from the displays.
Please do not touch the produce unless it is an item being purchased.
               If you choose to remain in your vehicle, we will bring the produce to you. 

          The first frost was a hard frost.  It hit Frisbee Road the evening of September 18th and the following three evenings hit us hard again.  Crops were affected although many were already ending because of the shortening days of late summer.  Farmer Tom has cleaned out the fields, tilled, and planted cover crops to snuggle the beds for the cold season.


The greenhouse is framed with signs of autumn in the garden formerly known as Butterfly.

cilantro, oregano, parsley

dinosaur kale
*butternut squash
*spaghetti squash
        *  we have recipes !




          We are sorry to report that we have no eggs to share at this time.  Egg production has slowed because our few gals are aging and deciding they need to save their egg-laying strength for “molting”– the shedding of feathers and the production of new feathers to warm them during the upcoming cold season.  We appreciate all the faithful customers who LOVE our delicious eggs and hope we will again have eggs to share, perhaps by next Fall.


A few Luffa sponges are available:
$1.50/ea. for regular size;
“mini” luffas are $ .25/ea.                   


Humor from a Popsicle Stick:
What did one banana say to the other?
(“I find you a-peeling”)

“oh brother!”

If you want a smiler viewing chickens swinging on swings, check the videos at www.fowlplayproducts.com.

Bye, for now,
Eydie, Spouse of Farmer Tom