Reviews for: Midsummer Farm

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where are you
By:    (Sep 12, 2010)

I drove all the way from Middletown to try some eggs and veggies. I could not find you. I guess you do not have a local farm stand and I can only meet you in Warwick.

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Barbara Laino says:    (Sep 15, 2010)

Hi - Sorry you couldn't find us! We do have a local farm in Warwick, but this time of year we only sell our eggs and veggies through our CSA program. Please sign up for our mailing list and you'll about our Farm openings and events in the Springtime! Also, we raise our chickens naturally, which means they go through a rest period where they molt and grow new feathers for the winter and do not lay eggs for the late summer and autumn. It is natural for birds to not want to lay eggs or have babies to take care of in the cold winter months. So we won't have eggs available again until February 2011. Thanks very much for your interest and hope to see you next spring, Barbara Midsummer Farm



Best eggs Ever!
By: NJP Thompson    (Jul 14, 2009)

Informed that MSF employed 81 chickens and that they all were named, I had to see for myself. There they were, wandering all around the farmyard -very happy chickens indeed. And later....The best eggs I ever ate were the ones I took home!

The rather high price for these exquisite eggs is a true bargain for those who love great food and also care about the animals who produce them.

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Best Local Farm Experience Ever
By: Lilly    (Jan 15, 2009)

This farm is a true gem to find . . . my first experience with this farm was the Spring Plant Sale. There were seedlings for sale that I had never seen before. Talk about biodiversity!

Immediately it was clear that this was the real thing: A true small family farm that truly aims to spread health and benefit the planet. The owners are there personally at the sale. They teach the customers how to grow the plants for themselves, how to cook the veggies, and how to collect the seeds at the end of the season. True generosity of spirit!

In 2008, I signed up for the CSA and was overwhelmed by the great variety offered and all of the literature about health and cooking that accompanied the veggies & herbs!

The only issue I would mention is that there don't seem to be too many CSA spots - at least in 2007 there weren't - I first tried to sign up in the Spring in 2007 and there were no places left.

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