November Pick-up Reminder


Due to the Thanksgiving Holiday, your orders will be ready for pick-up on:

Saturday, November 17, 10-4pm
Sunday, November 18, 10-4pm

This month we also have backyard fresh duck eggs for $5.00 a 6-pack! You can reserve yours on the Buy Bread and Jam page in the Farm Store!


Last 2018 pickup date! Mark your calendar: December 15/16

NEW! You can now add Beet Generation Farm pasta to your order! This month we are offering two delicious flavors that you can read all about on the BUY PASTA page.

We also now have two delicious jams to go along with your cheese and toast! These are small batch preserves made seasonal by Veva, from the produce she grows on her lovely Piano Farm. You can find and order this treat on our BUY BREAD AND JAM page,

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Our cheese, yogurt, bread, jam and pasta can be reserved online through the store. Here's how:

First, go to the FARM STORE. Your password is Flower. 


Second, select your items

  • Add to cart and proceed to checkout

  • Enter your address, but do not enter a credit card.

  • Check out--click Review and Purchase--this will alert us to your order. If you don't complete check out, we won't receive your order. When your order is complete you will receive an email receipt.

  • Email me if you have any trouble.


As part of our program,
you can participate in two ways:

Read about this donation program on the Share Forward page. We suggest a donation of $10 to $15 per item to a nonprofit organization of your choice, or one of ours. When reserving cheese or yogurt, your password to get into the store is Flower.

Our Wild Starter Heirloom Grain Breads cost $10 (Hearth loaf) or $12 (Pan Sandwich loaf) each. We have a cash box on site for bread payments. When buying bread, your password to get into the store is also Flower.

  • WILD STARTER HEIRLOOM GRAIN BREADS We will bake both Hearth and Pan Sandwich loaves Saturday morning. Breads are for purchase, rather than donation.

  • JAM AND PASTA are for purchase. Each are $12. You can reserved online and then pay for these item upon pickup.


Now when you order cheese, you will get a reminder that you eating a raw dairy product made in a home dairy and creamery, rather than a licensed facility. Eating raw milk products is a personal choice. I will be posting my personal views, as well as a range of differing views on the subject, in an upcoming Farm Bites article. If you are comfortable eating raw milk cheeses, check the box and proceed to make your order. Please do not share these products outside your family circle.

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Here’s what's waiting for you in the store!

Hilary Austen