Black Dog Farms

  (Twin Falls, Idaho)
Eatin' Good, Livin' Good
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Welcome To All New Farm Boxers

I am not sure if Farm Boxers is a legal. Most English teachers would go nuts with that one. I am probably breaking more than a few grammar rules. All that college did not pay off I guess.

OK. Here goes. This year I have been getting inundated with possible new shareholders (or farm boxers if you will). I get at least one new email or phone call every day. 

As stated in a previous blog, I have acquired a bit of new ground so that we can accommodate more boxers this year. As always we will hand deliver all of your vegetables in a custom made farm box. New this year is a 5 week trial subscription that is taking off like wildfire.

Thanks to a bit of new farm land, we welcome all new members.


 

 
 

Selling More Shares Than Last Year

It seems like I just made the final delivery of the 2010 season, and now, here we are about to sell our last share for 2011. At the risk of sounding like my grandfather, "where does the time go?"

5 years ago my wife and I started Black Dog Farms, as a means to eat good wholesome food at a very low price and maybe make a few bucks from it in order to offset our food costs. From that small beginning we have grown into a 15 share farm, and this year will even feature a 5 share winter program of goodies grown in our soon to be expanded greenhouse. Exciting!

In addition, we have teamed up with some other artisans in our area and are offering, for the first time, naturally grown beef and pork, brown chicken eggs, quail eggs, and local honey. 

For the consumer in Twin Falls this bodes very positive. With the price of gas and food continually going up, what we offer is plain old cheap, cheap, cheap. Last years full share holders each received just over 200 pounds of naturally grown vegetables and fruits, over a 20 week period, for $350. And we deliver to you! This year we are keeping our prices the same as last year, with a full share costing only $350 as long as it is paid by April 20th. After that the price goes up to to $425. We offer a half share for $175 that is delivered every other week but will probably discontinue it after this season as most of our customers opt for the full share.

Call me today to discuss how you can purchase one of the last remaining shares for 2011.


 
 
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