Reviews for: Newcombs Farm
By: Jeff Carver (Jun 10, 2011)
I've known Slim and Cathy for years. No other place I've been to shows more care and interest in their produce and their customers. They treat me like family.
I have been with Newcomb Farm for 2 years
By: (Aug 6, 2010)
And honestly I would never go anywhere else. They meaning Slim, Melissa, Cathy the whole family takes a part in this. I have a question about something they are there to help me. If I need a recipe Cathy gives me one. They go above and beyond! Couldn't be happier!
You must stop by Newcombs!
By: Emily Juda (May 17, 2010)
Five years ago our family started buying corn on the cob from Newcombs. As their greenhouses grew so have our purchases and we now use Newcombs for all of our gardening needs. From hanging strawberry and cucumber plants to farm fresh eggs we find pride in buying local and supporting a gorgeous family farm. Cathy's knowledge of her greenhouse and the needs of each individual plant surpasses any employee I have met at other garden centers. We leave Newcombs with a trunk full of goodies and a desire to go back next weekend for more. This will be our first year as members of their CSA and we are looking to enjoying their harvest!
By: (Apr 6, 2010)
Had a wonderful experience last year with Newcomb Farms! Coming back this year! And recommended it to all my friends! Thank you!
Cathy, Slim, Jerry and all the Newcombs are for real!
By: amy lauterbach pokorny (Sep 23, 2008)
That Newcomb family is the real deal!
Newcomb's Farm is a good example of how a family can survive off their land. Newcombs grow all their produce, they raise chickens, and they can enough meats, vegetables, ratatouille, jams, fruits, relishes, pickles, salsa and all manner of other wonderful delicacies to last them through the whole year. Cathy refers to tried and true Amish recipes and practices for much of their food preservation. They live their dream. And they are generous and conscientious in the way they operate their farm and pavilion.
I highly recommend Newcomb's Farm.