Yearly Archives: 2020

New This Week – First Jugs of Fresh Cider! Also Pick 3+ Kinds of Apples Including First Honeycrisp; Pick Your Tomatoes & Peppers & Flowers; Donuts & Cider Slushees Now Through Monday Holiday.

FRESH CROP ALERT SUMMARY Farm is open 7 days a week 8:00 to 8:00 rain or shine (closing at 7:00 after Labor Day) • Pick St. Edmund’s, Jefferies, Honeycrisp apples • Pick a few pears possibly • Find the very … Continue reading

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Peck Your Own Peaches & Pears & Apples & Tomatoes & Peppers; Eat Fresh Donuts Friday Thru Sunday; Cook ‘Creeknik Risotto; Cut August Flowers with Finger Lakes Bubbles.

SUMMARY Farm is open 7 days a week 8:00 to 8:00 rain or shine • Pick peaches • Pick Ginger Gold apples • Pick Bartlett pears • Pick tomatoes • Pick peppers • Pick flowers • Get your fresh donuts … Continue reading

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New: U-Pick Corn-On-The-Cob! Also Pick Your Own Apples, Pears, Tomatoes, Peppers, and Flowers; Expanded Donut Hours; and, a Warning About Sweater Vests.

SUMMARY Farm is open 7 days a week 8:00 to 8:00 rain or shine • Pick corn • Pick Zestar apples • Pick pears (maybe?) • Pick tomatoes • Pick peppers • Pick flowers • Fresh donuts Friday, Saturday, Sunday … Continue reading

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O, To Sound the Horn of Plenty! Pick Your Own Peaches & Peppers; First Red Apples; and a “Soft Yes” on Tomatoes; Fresh Fried Donuts Friday Through Sunday.

SUMMARY Farm is open 7 days a week 8:00 to 8:00 rain or shine • Pick peaches • Pick flowers • Pick sweet peppers • Pick hot peppers • Pick cherry tomatoes • Pick first other tomatoes • Pick Williams … Continue reading

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King of Spain on the Run! First Peaches on the Branch, New Wunderkind on the Peppers, One Beefsteak on the Vine, and Shaggy Dog on Psychedelic Icon; Donuts Friday Through Sunday.

– SUMMARY – Farm is open 7 days a week 8:00 to 8:00 rain or shine • Pick first few peaches (just a few – see below, maniacs!) • Pick flowers • Pick sweet peppers • Pick first hot peppers … Continue reading

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Time to Speak Truth to Flower! Predicting a Quiet Weekend of Vegetables & Apples While We All Wait for Tomatoes & Peaches; Donuts Friday Through Sunday; Pick Very Last Straggleberries.

– SUMMARY – Farm is open 7 days a week 8:00 to 8:00 rain or shine • Pick last few raspberries now • Pick flowers • Pick sweet peppers • Pick first jalapenõ and Serrano peppers • Pick Pristine apples … Continue reading

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When the World Has Gone Mad, Still There Is Garlic – Last Chance to Pick Your Own Bulbs; Also Pick Your Own Sweet Peppers, Eggplant, Raspberries, Flowers; Fresh Donuts Fri-Sat-Sun; Peach Picking Soon; Now Open 8 to 8 Every Day.

– SUMMARY – Farm is open 7 days a week 8:00 to 8:00 rain or shine • Pick garlic now • Pick shallots now • Pick raspberries now • Pick flowers now • Pick first sweet peppers & eggplant now • … Continue reading

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Quell Berry Breath with U-Pick Garlics & Shallots; Also Pick Your Own Raspberries & Flowers; Fresh Donuts Friday, Saturday, Sunday; Peach Crop Survived ~60%, First Picking in Roughly a Fortnight.

– SUMMARY – Farm is open 7 days a week 9:00 to 6:00 rain or shine • Pick raspberries now • Pick garlic now • Pick shallots now • Pick flowers now  • Strawberries are kaput • Fresh donuts Friday, Saturday … Continue reading

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Paddleberries in a Heat Wave! First American Farm to Publish a Modern Day Almanac Packed with Expert & Practical Psychobabble; U-Pick Raspberry & Flower Surge; Last Strawbs to Mop.

– SUMMARY – Farm is open 7 days a week 9:00 to 6:00 rain or shine • Pick raspberries now • Pick flowers now • Pick strawberry stragglers now (if you can find any) • Fresh donuts Friday, Saturday & … Continue reading

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On America’s 244th Berrythday, You Can Pick the Last Strawberries, First Raspberries, Fresh Donuts; Also, a Shocking Truth Revealed – Where Do the Strawberries Go?

DEAREST FARMKETEERS, this is the state of things:  Your elected officials have their heads in the sand; many fellow citizens have their heads in their hands; the meteorologists have their heads in the clouds; and, the astronomers have their heads … Continue reading

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