Several people have been interested in half shares, therefore we have decided to make them available to everyone who doesn’t want a full share worth of vegetables.  The cost for a half share will be $225 (plus $50 deposit) and you will receive around $10 worth of vegetables every week for 26 weeks starting in April, which is half the amount of the full share.  We will put a little more than $10 worth in it.  Just like we’ll be putting a little more than $20 worth in the full share. We are still taking applications for our 2009 CSA program.  If you have anyRead More →

It seems like it keeps getting colder and colder every week.  Well, it seems like it to me anyways.  Last Saturday was really cold at the Charlotte Tailgate Market.  I want to thank everyone who came out and supported us at the market.  It was our first time at the Tailgate market.  I’ve read where other farmers really feel like they have a community that cares about the local farmers and I got that feeling this past Saturday.  It was truly satisfying to see all these people care about what they put into their bodies and about how their food was raised and produced.  Also,Read More →

I am so happy to announce that we are going to be a vendor at the Charlotte Tailgate Market for their Christmas market.  The dates are December 6, 13, and 20.  We will be selling our fresh free range eggs, unshelled pecans, and goats milk soap.  We are looking forward to this new market and hope to see everyone there supporting local farms and crafters.  We are truly grateful that this market is for local farmers. We will also be at the Charlotte Tailgate market in the 2009 season.  The Charlotte Tailgate Market will be one of our pick up locations for our 2009 CSARead More →

The new year is almost upon us and we’ve been very busy at the farm getting ready for next season.  We are happy to announce that we are currently taking applications for the 2009 CSA Program.  One share will cost $550 which if broken down, comes out to roughly $21 per week.  The 2009 CSA program runs for 26 weeks starting in April.  The start date is not set in stone.  Weather conditions and other factors not within our control may delay the first harvests.  Please click on the Our CSA Program link to the right to learn more about our CSA.  We have threeRead More →