Bountiful Blessings Farm Produce
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Welcome! We are glad you found us on the web. This little website will keep you up to date on happenings at Bountiful Blessings Farm Produce. The weather has been a challenge, but we are currently very busy planting and sowing seeds. Thank all of our valued customers that helped us have a great 2015. We want you to know how much we appreciate your patronage! We look forward to seeing you again this season.
May 26, 2016 -
Our stand is OPEN!
We have daily limited supplies of Asparagus - so come early as it is sold out fast. We also have rhubarb, our jar goods, shrubs and evergreens, some annual flowers, pea shoots, garlic chives, lovage, radishes, table onions and our popcorn. There will be more veggies soon! Stop out today and be sure to visit our neighbors, Family Farm Meats L.L.C. for beef, chicken or pork - raised right there on the farm!
We have been diligently planting in the field when the weather is fit. Let's just say the weather has been less than cooperative! After an incredible amount of rain, it has dried up - and now it is too dry. We are watering transplants as much as three times per day. Finally, last night we got a nice rain. This will help out a lot!
Our first high tunnel has been planted with tomatoes and it looks like the have already grown! Jeff's dad has been finishing up our vegetable washing building. The new wash area is complete; cabinets hung; walls and ceilings covered. What a process! Nonetheless, it looks fantastic. Jeff's mom has been transplanting along with our friend, Nathan. They have been doing a great job.
If you have any questions, please give Jeff a call at (320) 217-9253 - or text him for more information. His email address is email@example.com
May God bless you!!
Our CSA subscriptions are available for the 2016 season - click the link under products at the top of this page.
Look what we happened to stumble onto this today (2-24-2016) - Jeff's grandpa, Burton Wielert was in this Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer commercial. It was filmed in the late 1960's or very early 1970's at the Northern Illinois Steam Power Club's show in Sycamore, IL. Grandpa drove the horses. Jeff and his parents were actually there and watched them film. A lot of beer was dumped out on the ground. Check this out - - - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nfgUicDUYgA
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