Reeder Farms LLC

Reeder Farms owners, Russell and Naydene Reeder, are proud of their ancestry and their ties to the farming community that has been part of Russell's family for eight plus generations. This passion is seen in the quality of the produce that is harvested from their fields each year. Growing Great taste through the generations.

Naydene adds an element of uniqueness to the operation. Nothing is missed by her eye nor left untouched by her organizational skills. She seldom is still for long. Look for her in the fields greeting guests, offering tempting creations or busy in the kitchen. That is, if she isn't running a tractor. But she is never too occupied to share a friendly smile and chat with their frequent guests.

Our pest control program employs a "less is more" approach that emphasizes pest specific treatments that are harmless to the environment, beneficial life forms and safe for the applicator. Our methods certainly cost more in time and money, but they reward us with quality: the quality of our life and the quality of our produce.

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Listing last updated on Mar 26, 2014

Please refer to www.reederfarmsllc.com for all of our daily offerings.



Season:  June through September

Type:  single farm

Since:  2009

Full Share:  Starting @ $330.00 for 19 weeks with special offers all year. See main site. www.reederfarmsllc.com

1/2 Share:  Starting @ $330.00 for 19 weeks with special offers all year. See main site. www.reederfarmsll.com

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

Pick up is at the farm.

Schedule and Location:

September and October for pumpkin picking!

Schedule and Location:

We are open ALL YEAR please use main web page for all information and updates and current hours.
www.reederfarmsllc.com


Contact Direct. Vendor must have and EIN No.



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Reeder's farms provides fresh vegetables, legumes, fruits, herbs, eggs, pies, chicken and more. Also, they are really nice and care about their products.... [more]

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From Our Blog

Illegal Pesticides On Imported Produce

2009-01-15

This is a reason to know your famers name and buy local  http://growingproduce.com/news/?storyid=1097

Illegal Pesticides On Imported Produce January 12, 2009 Two business owners of a South Florida produce firm pleaded guilty to charges related to the importation of produce contaminated with illegal pesticides following a U.... [more]


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