We have a small honor system store here on the farm. It is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. You take what you want, and leave the money (or a check) in the lock box by the door.
We sell our organic vegetables (in season) and our eggs year round. We also sell eggs and organic vegetables from other local small organic farms.
Currently we have in the store:
our eggs plus, from time to time, eggs from one other farm. They are $4.50 a dozen. The hens are fed a grain based feed, supplemented with weeds from the gardens and organic vegetable scraps from our kitchen. They have never been given any antibiotics. They lay big brown eggs with deep orange yolks
Our Organic Vegetables!!! This is what you can expect in our store as the year passes by: By the end of May: peas Arugula lettuce.
June and July Arugula Lettuce green beans Beets and beet greens cucumbers zucchini
August: Heirloom tomatoes sweet peppers arugula green beans garlic zucchini
September: tomatoes peppers arugula potatoes green beans beets
October the last of the tomatoes sweet peppers arugula yams wild mushrooms
Sarah's Soaps My niece Sarah, who is a yoga instructor and a weight lifter, designs and hand crafts amazing soaps and incense which we sell for her in our store.
In addition to the items in the store, we have the following for sale. You must contact either Roger or Allison directly if you are interested in these: - whole roasting chicken (4 - 6 pounds each) - $4 per pound - washable sheepskins - prices range from $100 to $125 each - hand spun wool - the skeins are 100 yards each, the yarn is double ply. They are $20.00 a skein - Romney or Dorset Roving - ready for spinning. $2.50 an ounce. - hand knit wool hats ($40.00 each) and mittens ($25.00 each). - small Navajo woven hand bags - $45 each - bags of organic compost - $4.00 a bag (15 shovels full in a feed bag)