Even the Largest Farm Stands Are Small Businesses . Let's Support Our Local Farmers !

Even the Largest Farm Stands Are Small Businesses . Let's Support Our Local Farmers  !

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Saturday, October 20, 2012

Wild ginseng at Mountain Sweet Berry and Violet Hill. Wild chantereelles at Violet Hill. Pumpkins everywhere!

9J and Cheerful Cherry are gone for the season, but most stands are planning to be here at least until Thanksgiving.

There are still heirloom tomatoes at Oak Grove, Stokes, Norwich Meadows, and others, and plenty of beans of all sorts at Norwich and Lani.  Great peppers both hot and sweet are to be found at Eckerton and Oak Grove, as well as S&SO and D'Attolico.  Beautiful lettuces are here at Gorzynski, Stokes, and Keith.  Excellent potato choices are to be found at Paffenroth, Mountain Sweet Berry, and others.  Northshire has beautiful produce , eggs, and other products.
Mountain Sweet Berry's CROSNES!


Cayuga has great breads, grains, flours, beans, and pastas made with their flours, and Flying Pig has tasty pork and chicken.  Violet Hill has Belle Rouge Chickens and various pork cuts and sausages, and Quattro's has wonderful poultry (ducks, chickens, pheasants, etc.) in addition to poultry cuts and products and eggs.

PE&DD has a wide variety of fish, shellfish, and seafood products  and Seatuck has gorgeous scallops, fish, and shellfish.

Buzzard Crest is here with delicious grapes and grape juices.

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Saturday, October 20 Greenmarket

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