Reviews for: Annie's Acres Farm

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What an Awesome Farm!
By:    (Aug 19, 2009)

Wow, if you ever want the best in organic produce and eggs, this is the place for you. The nicest people you ever want to meet, very caring , considerate, and personable. They will give you a tour of their farm and let you meet their animals which are treated like family members! The best eggs i ever had, and the tomatoes are out of this world! Annie and her husband have strived to bring the very best to the community and I for one will consider this farm before all others for the very best in organics!

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By: ed budinetz    (Jun 30, 2009)

it may be a bit out of the way, but.....anything worthwhile takes a little effort---to get the products any fresher, you would have to grow them yourself---good products/good people

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A Great Find
By:    (May 20, 2009)

This farm is off the beaten path and a little hard to find, but it is well worth the visit. I arrived unannounced on an afternoon in early May. Annie took the trouble to come out of her home and show me around the place before picking some vegetables for me straight from the greenhouse. I went home with a bunch of spinach, some radishes, and a dozen eggs from the free-range hens. The hen house and barnyard were clean and the chickens looked healthy and happy. The spinach was light green and tender and tasted delicious sauteed in olive oil with garlic. The radishes were very crisp with just the right amount of bite and no bitterness like some of the tough, oversized radishes from the grocery store. The next day I made a fritatta with the leftover spinach and fresh brown eggs. This is a well-run business by people who respect the land and the creatures who provide our food.

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Wonderful Place!
By: Debra Greenland    (Nov 3, 2008)

We had the pleasure to meet Annie and her husband. She was very friendly and took lots of time to speak to us and show us around. We are both "corporate types" and she has my respect for taking the leap to farming. She has a real passion for what they do and while wanting to make things work as a business, she also remembers that there are living creatures and people involved and always keeps the humane and natural side of farming always at the fore. Even though they are a new start, I know they will do well and am happy to patronize their farm.

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