It amazes me how much the garden keeps producing. For a half acre of growing I’m getting over $40K of produce. But it’s running out. New planting of asian greens, beets, spinach and kale are going into greenhouses for the next month, but even that will stop soon. I’ve found it is not worth it to heat greenhouses in the coldest of winter. It’s not just the heat but the day’s don’t have enough light to keep plants producing.
Lettuce is finally getting large enough to cut. Red leaf, green leaf and Romaine should be available this week.
Spinach is growing so slowly. There is limited amounts. I’m sure it will run out quickly.
Brussels Sprouts continue to be small and not worth picking.
Milford will end Nov. 21st. All markets outside. There will be no indoor markets.
Francestown will have 2 more markets, Oct 23rd and Oct. 30th. Hours will be 4-6:30 PM.
Peterborough market will go inside on October 28th and hours will be from 3 to 5PM Wednesday.
Picking up at the farm is always available until I run out of produce. and there is a 10% discount.
Ordering from Ledge Top Farm is done by email(firstname.lastname@example.org) or text(603 620-7302) or phone. Go to ledgetopfarm.com to order from the website.
To Complete your order:
Provide an itemize list. Let me know where and when you choose to pick up your order at the farm. To avoid many people at the Wilton farm stand at once you will be provided a specific time for your pick up try to be close to that time.
Payment should be exact change cash or a check at the farm or farmers markets. I do have card readers for credit payments if they are $10 or more. Cash is preferred. Checks are okay.
Here’s what’s growing:
Arugula $4 per bunch- low supply
Basil $4 per bunch low supply
Carrots $3 per bunch- good supply
Collards $4 per bunch- fair supply
Mint $3 per bunch low supply
Peppers, sweet, few red, mostly green $4 per pound, fair supply
Swiss chard, green or red, $4 per bunch, low supply
Tomatoes, Beefsteak type $3 per pound, mostly green, low supply
Tomatoes, Granadero Plum $3 per pound, mostly green,good supply
Tomatoes, cherry, red $3 per box low supply
Winter squash, Butternut, small, medium $2 per pound, almost gone
Winter squash Acorn, $2 each, good supply
Baby lettuce $4 per bunch, abundant
Sweet potatoes $3 per pound, good supply
Kale $4 per bunch, very low supply
Red mustard, $3 per bunch, low supply
Komatsuna, $3 per bunch, low supply
Lettuce, red, green or Romaine, $3 each
Raspberries, $4 small box, very low supply
Golden beets, mostly greens, with small beets
Spinach, $5 for 8 ounce bag, low supply.
Chives $3 per bunch