Black Dog Farms

  (Twin Falls, Idaho)
Eatin' Good, Livin' Good
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If you got it...

If you got it a truck brought it. I have seen that bumper sticker on many a big rig. True in most cases but not if all cases.

I prefer my food to be delivered in a farm box. A farm box can be made out of either wood or cardboard. Anything that will hold all of those delicious fresh vegetable will work. 

I make all of my farm boxes by hand from scrap lumber that I have sitting around. No need to waste the stuff. Each one measures in at one bushel and has strong rope handles on it. Black Dog Farms is engraved into the side so that everyone knows from whence it came.

How about you? What do you use for farm boxes?

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I use recycled egg boxes from the local Dairy's Store. They are made to hold flats of eggs and are strong with handles. They fit in the cold storage space beautifully and will hold cold with gel pacs for local pick up.

Posted by Meg on April 02, 2011 at 03:56 PM MDT #

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