Thank you to all for the '09 CSA season. What do you want in a CSA ????? How much, how offen, where, information, reciepies access to the farm ?????? We want to make your CSA the best possible for the '10 season. Give us your thoughts. What did you like or not like about your CSA this year. No matter where you live or what CSA you were apart of. Lets talk about it, get it out in the open. We all know of CSA that don't work, and the very GREAT ONES. We the farmers need your input.
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05 Dec · Fri 2008
Wecome to Rivendel Farms
This is our first blog ever!
We hope it will be Helpful, Hopeful, and lnspiring.
Helpful; with the information we will be providing,
Hopeful; that small farms will still be there for generations to come.
Inspired; to buy from local farmers and ranchers in order to provide only the best natural and healthly products for your family.
Any and all comments or questions are welcome.
It may not be Winter as of yet, but the tempature reading has not reached 30 yet? Not much hope at 3pm CST. We are in for a cold long winter in western Kentucky. Jim is building the greenhouse , trying to make the planting deadline of Jan 1. I can't believe that Christmas is in 3wks. After that we will be planting in the greenhouse to start the 09 growing season. The chickens are still laying good, nice brown eggs. $1.50 pickup at farm. Call ahead. Don't forget your holiday pies, breads and pastries. Place your order for pickup by the 20 of Dec. Check web site for ordering products and prices. We will have a limited supply of the best home made truffels, turtles, almond bark, buckeyes and more. Place order by the 15th, for mailing, by the 20th for pickup.
Postings on the new CSA to come in January.
Merry Christmas and a Blessed New Year,
From our Family to yours. Rivendel Farms
Posted by Ginger @ 02:10 PM CST