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This market was added to the LocallyGrown.net system on Wednesday December 06, 2017 11:19 AM. It should be open for business soon!
Good morning! Don’t forget to place your orders on the market before noon today. If you’re interested in earning credit for your account, sign up to volunteer with us this weekend.
The market is about to close for the week…do we have your orders??
Go, race…you have about 10 minutes!!
Cultured Traditions will be listing this week. Check out their traditional Russian sauerkraut, beet kvass and other fun ferments.
Indian Creek Angus will deliver on December 6th.
Heirloom Gardens Wreaths
If you saw the wreaths that were delivered last week, you know how pretty they are. They are still on the market; December 16 is the last week to purchase one.
We will be placing an order for natural raw-milk cheese, made at Meadow Valley Farm, an Amish farm in Indiana that raises their cows on pasture. We have ordered from them before and their product is delicious, non-GMO and soy-free. Varieties offered include Cheddar, Colby, Havarti, Gouda, Pepper Jack, Meadow Jack, and Jalapeno. If you are interested in purchasing 1 pound blocks, please let Suzanne or Jennifer know your quantity and variety preference within the next two weeks.
Our newest grower, Roper Family Farm, begins selling eggs next week! They are raising 22 Golden Comet chickens on pasture using rotational grazing methods supplemented with certified Organic soy-free feed.
Market Location and Pick Up
Pick Up every Saturday from 10am-12pm.
Located in a small building directly behind The Episcopal Church of the Holy Spirit.
724 Pilgrim Mill Road, Cumming, GA 30040
To view the harvest today and tomorrow till 8pm, visit “The Market” page on our website, The Cumming Harvest
We thank you for your interest and support of our efforts to bring you the healthiest, the freshest and the most delicious locally-produced foods possible!
Goat Cheese! Tuesday Reminder - Market Closes Tonight after 10pm.
We have a full assortment of Goat Cheese available now. You can make an additional
order or just text me and I will add what you want to your order. 501-339-1039
There’s still time to place your order for pickup this Friday, December 8th. .
The market closes TONIGHT after 10pm, maybe even midnight! Come early on Friday for the best selection from the Extras table. See you Friday!
How to contact us:
DO NOT REPLY TO THIS EMAIL. Instead…
Phone or text: Steve – 501-339-1039
Email: Steve – email@example.com
On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com
Congratulations to Katie Bensman, known to our market family as Mother Suds Soap Co… she, along with husband Matt and two girls Violet and Wren, welcomed her third child into the world Sunday… Willow Rose!
Baby and Mom are both doing well! Congratulations, Bensman Family :-) (And check out our market Facebook page for Willow’s adorable picture!)
And CONGRATULATIONS is also in order to Leslie Bowman, our November
Keep those referrals coming, and you may be the winner of December’s $10 Gift Certificate! Tell your friends about the market, and have them drop your name when they come to pick-up… then you’re entered in our drawing! It’s that easy!
Lastly – ONLY TWO WEEKS LEFT TO ORDER before we close for Christmas Break!
The Final pick-up of 2017 is December 19th!
We’ll reopen for orders on January 2nd, with the first pick-up on the 9th!! So Happy Shopping :-)
Ordering for the second December delivery is OPEN.
Orders can be placed through Sunday, December 10.
Pickup is from 1:30 – 2:30 PM on Saturday, December 16.
for Cross Timbers Food Cooperative
Russellville Community Market closes at 10 p.m. this evening – be sure to place your order!
Pick up is Thursday at All Saints Episcopal Church on Phoenix from 4 – 6:30 p.m.
If you haven’t placed your orders for fresh and local products yet, you still have a couple of hours before the store closes at 7 pm.
This week we are featuring turnip and beet greens, arugula, red and green butterhead lettuce, and radishes from Embry Family Farms; Grannie Annie still has some veggies available; and you can now get Jersey Girls raw milk and other dairy products along with honey, jams, jellys, and hand made soaps and more.
Heritage Farm :
A message from your farmers...Please read!!
As we come down to the end of another growing season our hearts and minds are turned toward the expressions of gratitude and love of the season. We always like to take this time of the year to express to you all how much we appreciate and value the support and friendships we have built with all of you that contribute week in and week out to our well being and prosperity!! A great big thank you from us to you!!
We know that supporting a small family farm is not always easy. Lord knows we make our share of mistakes and errors and we thank you for bearing with us through those times. We are constantly striving for ways to build better infrastructure, delivery and packing methods and such to help minimize these occurrences. We hope and pray that at the end of the day you have found it to be a worthy and beneficial investment of your time and money.
Though the end of the season is drawing near our need for your continued support remains. Unlike a lot of farms, both large and small, we have chosen to run and attempt to grow our business without the use of bank loans or government grants. We depend solely on profits, private investment support and consumer investments in our farm products to sustain operations and growth.
Wintertime is a real challenge for us because the majority of our revenue streams dry up for about 4 months and yet our operational cost, while somewhat lower, still far surpass our revenue streams during the winter months. We have to keep our staff working, our supplies and materials coming, our livestock growing, our repairs made, our bills paid and get stocked and ready for the upcoming growing season. It is a challenge to say the least but not one we are wholly unprepared for. We do budget and plan as much as possible but it does create some really lean operating times in some cases.
As in most seasons past our solution to this is to offer up our CSA and Farm share sales in an “Early Bird” mode whereby, those of you that are willing and able, can go ahead and sign up for the upcoming season. These investments are a saving grace for our farm livelihood and allow us to meet all our financial needs as well as plan for our upcoming infrastructure improvements, planting, fertilizing, soil treatment, seed procurement, livestock purchases and, Lord willing, expansion into greater market coverage and better service.
To that end we wanted to let you know that the 2018 Early Bird Sales are underway now. If you know you want to participate in 2018 and are able to make the commitment now we would love to have your early support. All the available items are listed here>> CSA’s and Farm Shares and please feel free to email if there are any questions. We will endeavor to do our very best to give you the best the farm has to offer in 2018!
Again we thank you for all you do for our farm family and wish you all an upcoming Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!!
The Hutchins Family and Heritage Farm Staff