As We Head into mid-Summer



It's rare to hear a farmer in New England pray to have the rain stop in July, but here we are.


Rain is a double edged sword. Rain is obviously a necessary ingredient for vegetable growth, but too much rain brings on an excess of insects and disease. When growing organically, it becomes an even bigger issue, since very few natural products work during very wet periods. Having said that, the fields are still looking good and there's no major problems at this time.


You'll notice we've temporarily omitted a few crops while adding a few newer crops.


Savoy cabbage $3.50 a head (limited)

Carrots $3.00 bunch

Pickler Cucumbers 1 order is 2 for $1

Golden Beets. $3.50 bunch

Green Beans. $3 bag

Medium Green Bell Pepper. $1.25

Large Green Bell Pepper $1.50

Red Beets $3.50 bunch

Kale $3.50 bunch

Rainbow Chard $3.00 bunch

Zucchini $1.50 each

Yellow Summer Squash $1.50 each (limited)

Basil $2.00 bunch

Dill $2.00 bunch

Oregano $2.00 bunch

Thyme $2.00 bunch

Lemon Balm $2.00 bunch

Eggs $5.00 dozen

Carolina Reaper Hot Sauce $8.00


We have the complete listing of Goat Milk soap found here: https://www.shilohrunfarm.com/goat-milk-soap


Pick up is Thursday from 11:00 - 2:00 p.m.


Be Free,

Mark

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