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Old99Farm Market:  Week of February 26th 2024

Hello friends of Old 99 and Equilibrium Acres,

We hope that everything is well on your end.

The days are getting longer and we’ve been busy starting seeds in the greenhouse. As well as seedlings for the coming season there are also micro-greens for next week.

Available this week in the store, asterisks demarcate items in this weeks CSA box:

Kale: Curly, Red Russian
Potatoes: Purple*, and White*
Green Swiss Chard*
Cabbage Collards*
Asian Cabbage/Tokyo Bekana*

Farm Baked Fresh Frozen 2lb Sourdough by Cami is available. Please request this a week in advance, cost is $10 per loaf.

We also have put the stoneground flour mill back in service. Whole wheat (Hard Red Winter wheat) and spelt are available now in 1 and 2.5lb jars.

We have beef, pork and chicken (roasters) in the freezers. And eggs.

The subscription plan “Let Me Be Your Farmer” is up and running.

Winter Harvest Baskets are available on a week by week basis while supplies last, $30 for 6-8 vegetables per week, all produce grown on the farm.

To sign up for either of the above, kindly reach out to us with an email :

Surf to the online store here to place your custom order. Store pick up Thurs 4 to 6 or by arrangement. *

Have a great week,

Adam, Ian and Cami

Champaign, OH:  Tuesday Alarm Clock!

Time to wake up and get those last minute orders in before 8am!!!

Don’t miss out on all of the local fun!!

Cosmic Pam

Statesboro Market2Go:  Brussels Sprouts!

Vibrant, verdant, and full of vitamins, this week we’re highlighting some versatile brussels sprout recipe variants!

  • For something simple you can steam them and serve them (with a little butter if you like!)
  • For something sweet and sour, toss them with pineapple and balsamic vinegar and roast them with pecans
  • For something spicy, try making them Creole style, with a little twist of Meyer lemon zest
  • Wrap them with bacon for a sensationally smoky and savory flavor
  • Or have include them in a Slow Cooker Supper with some sausage and onion

Want to buy some to use later? You can freeze them!

Order before 10 on Tuesday night!

Click to order at Market2Go!

Fayetteville Farmers' Market:  ONLINE ORDERS STILL OPEN UNTIL 6 AM WED

You may order until 6 am on Wed morning Feb 28.

Need some garden fragrance? Plentygood Farm is offering tuberose bulbs to plant now for beauty and fragrance later this summer.

Lee Family is back at online market with bok choy, green onions, and radishes.

Fresh spinach and kale are still available from Dripping Springs, as well as meat, baked goods, jams, and more.

If you add items to your order, they will be combined into one order and your card will be charged just once.

Drive by pickup at the library is Thursday Feb 29 from 4:30-5:30 pm.

If you ordered, we thank you!

Questions? Reply to this email or call/text 479-935-5111.

If you no longer want to order or receive emails about the online market, just scroll down to the very bottom of the email message and click on the blue unsubscribe link.

Siloam Springs, AR:  The Online Market is Open!

What’s better than a fresh brewed cup of coffee in the morning? A fresh brewed cup of coffee WITH a splash of Siloam Syrups! There are 3 amazing flavors available! We have plenty of other products on our online market to keep you stocked through the off season! Pick up for your online orders will be available on Saturday mornings from 9am-10:30am in the Moss House. See you this Saturday!

Yalaha, FL:  Trying to get back on track. We have LOTS of LETTUCE

Remember you can always email or text me if you want to place an order and I forgot to open the Market. Often flexible here though not always predictable.

If you Want to pick up the order at the Chillax Drum Circle in the Villages Sunday Afternoons, just let me know so I can bring it along. If you are with a homeschool group or other facebook group I attend events regularly, Let me know so I can plan accordingly. Otherwise when ordering, remember to let me know when you want to come pick up at the farm. If I don’t email you back to confirm, the order may not have gone through. To make an order you must be signed in, and you add products to your cart individually and then to check out you must go to your cart (Left side of screen near the top of the Market page) to do the check out and actually place the order.

The regular ordering window is now (as in whenever I open the Market) through Thursday 8am for Friday-Sunday pickup. (Or check with me or text 407-342-8515 if you might want to pick up sooner or for special arrangements, I’m usually flexible.)

I may still be able to take orders after Thursday Morning but can’t guarantee availability of things as I may have already packed them for the Restaurants.
Ordering window is Monday Afternoon (or when I open it) through Thursday Morning and pick up will be Friday-Sunday by appointment until we expand more, Please indicate when you would like to pick up when you place your order.

I’m repeating myself now…..

Remember to tell me when you want to pick up! (and if I don’t reply to confirm within a day, bump my e-mail or text me 407-342-8515. Though I have cleaned up my e-mail so hopefully I won’t Miss Anyone.)

Sign in to order.

You have to sign in to see the add to cart button. Then set the number and click the add to cart button on the items you want to buy (it is the little picture right next to the quantity box.) Remember you need to check out before your order will be placed.
Remember to let me know when you want to pick up on Sat or maybe even Friday late afternoon or on Sunday. (If I don’t send you an e-mail confirmation of your order and pick up time, please make sure you checked out and completed your order.)

Frontier Farms:  sorry everyone

I tested positive for covid on saturday and i’m in quarantine. no delivery to Murfreesboro this week

Lathemtown Farm Fresh Market:  This Week at the Market

We hope you’re enjoying this beautiful weather – it’s hard not to get spring fever! Those freezing temps aren’t gone just yet, so don’t go planting anything tender until after Easter!
We will be planting cool weather crops now like beets, peas, broccoli, carrots, collard, kale, swiss chard, radish, lettuces and more.
The hens have really gotten busy laying so we have a couple back on the market! PLEASE limit one per order.
Have a great week!
Farmher Chef Amy

Stones River Market:  Not too late to get your order in!

Welcome to the February 25th and 26th online Stones River Locally Grown Market,
pickup orders on Wednesday February 28th between 4:15 to 5:30pm.

March is right around the corner, temperatures are improving soon so our farmers can get into
their fields and greenhouses to get their growing season started!

Please note we have change our Market hours slightly.
Please pickup your orders from 4:15 to 5:30pm.

We will NOT be able to offer Delivery Service. You are welcome to contact us if we can make
a different day arrangement, traffic and darkness has been hindering our delivering.

Reminder: You can always check the Market when it is closed, most the Growers update or add new items
during the week, you can get your list ready for Sunday Morning when Market opens.

Growers News:

Safe & Sound Soap Co. Back in stock this week is my 64 oz Laundry Soap! I am offering this soap in a new scent ORANGE BERGAMOT. This scent is my new favorite. It’s Citrusy with clean musky undertones. I have also restocked my other Laundry Soaps so go ahead and grab your favorite one this week!!
Featured Items:
Rose Petal Whipped Body Scrub. This scrub has an amazing rich lather that leaves your skin soft and smooth. Ladies, you will love this scent. I used Rose essential oils to create a light flowery scent. If you want something a little bit more relaxing try the NEW Lavender scented scrub. I used high quality Lavender oil for a perfectly relaxing and clean scent.

Oakview Farm: This week Oakview Farm has its homemade sourdough bread as well as the Buttermilk Sourdough bread; they are both so delicious! We also still have our no-pesticide salad greens mix that has a variety of lettuces, spinach, kale, baby bok choi, and baby mustard greens! Don’t forget about our Roasted Strawberry Jam that goes really well on our toasted sourdough bread!

M&S Farms: We still several great cuts of beef available at a very reasonable price.

Kumaika Coffee: We are a Certified USDA Organic Product provider. We have a small coffee roaster business. We specialize in roasting and crafting small batches of organic, high altitude single origin and fair trade coffee beans. We bring the coffee beans directly from Nicaragua and roast small batches in our home located in Lascassas TN. They will grind the beans if you ask. (SIDE NOTE: Ben and I are enjoying both light and dark roasted)

Backyard Tailz: Treat your birds arriving from their winter break with my new Cardinal, Chickadee, Woodpecker snacks. Variety of mixes. Still have a few hanging wreaths availabe.

Calico Farms: Our scones are back this week to the market – the product that started our entire business. Available in 3 & 6-packs, this weeks’ flavor is one of our most popular – orange vanilla bean, a true crowd pleaser! We place the orange zest both into the batter as well as on top of the icing & scrape out fresh Madagascar vanilla bean paste to infuse in the batter as well. Our scones are organic & dairy-free, like all of our baked goods, and our made with heritage white flour by Sunrise Flour Mill – the most digestable flour I’ve found. We use Miyokos vegan butter which is a heart-healthy blend of cashew & coconut butter. These scones turn scone haters (because most are so dry) into scone-lovers. I promise you will love these!

New this week are our dye-free sprinkle cookies, available in 6-packs. These are organic & dairy-free too, so indulge & enjoy without the nasty artificial food colorings that are in conventional rainbow sprinkles. We put the sprinkles both in the dough as well as on top, so reward your inner child with these delicious, super soft cookies today.

Valley View Farm & Garden: We have added few more birdhouses to our inventory, handmade using rough cedar. Several birdhouse with different designs.

Yentz Family Farm: We will be rotating over the next few week to be able to prepare for upcoming Growing season. See you next week!

Lavender Cottage: We are excited to be adding a few more new items. Some seasoning mixes as well as a new powder to our line up. Our items also makes great gifts. We plan to be on the porch Wednesday during pickup so you can view and purchase from our inventory.

Carole’s Herbs (CS3 Farms): We have freshly made elderberry syrup and plenty of elderberry spilanthes tincture to fight the colds. We use the tincture daily to keep any viruses at bay. They come in 4oz and 2oz sizes. Kombucha Scoby, selection of several benefical teas, Mustards, Herbal Healing Salve and more Healing items and teas.

Pink’s Micros:
This is our WINTER microgren blend! Every season we create new blends to represent the time of year. OUR WINTER blend has ’YELLOW BEETS, RED PAC CHOI, IGLOO CAULIFLOWER and CURLY WATERCRESS.
What better way to start the New Year than with highly nutritional greens called Mirogreens? They pack 40 to 100% more vital nutrients than the adult verion. We grow organically with NON-GMO seeds and nutrient-dense soil. We look forward to providing the best for you in 2024.

RC Farms: We have several items restocked and frozen produce, and
delicious desserts, we’ve been working and preparing our tunnels for spring produce. Spring will be here before you know it!

Triple LLL Farm: We have our new February specials posted. We also have added Chicken Thighs and Drumsticks still on sale. We also have added more eggs available

Quarter Spring Farm: We have all of the healthy and delicious pasture raised poultry that your family craves. We are also fully stocked with equally healthy and tasty grass-fed lamb, and we have plenty of free range chicken eggs available this week on the market. As always, we have plenty of skin softening goat milk soaps, shampoo bars, and lotions. Try some today to feel the difference for yourself.

Nash Philly: Nashville Hot Chicken Parmesan? My creative twist on two great dishes. It’s everything you would expect from a chicken parm dish. Tender pan fried chicken cutlets, pounded out, and seasoned with garlic, onion, cayenne, paprika, white pepper and freshly crackled black pepper. Breaded and pan fried to golden brown and delicious. And covered with homemade marinara sauce, mozzarella cheese and Parmesan cheese. Served with spaghetti noodles. For those of you not keen to spicy things we are also doing a regular chicken Parmesan as well.

Beef Wellington a true American classic. Seared 6 oz sirloin steaks that are wrapped in prosciutto exclusively being sold from the Hammery here in Murfreesboro. And a sautéed mushroom and onions mixture ( mushroom duxelle) wrapped in puff pastry. As you bake this dish watch it come to life with its flakey buttery crust. Surely to wow yourself, significant other or guests.

Collard greens done differently but well. Try these creamed collard greens. It’s like a hardy spinach and artichoke dip but without the need of having chips, but a good piece of bread goes very well with this side.

Flying S Farms: We have a few new Happy Chickens added to our flock, don’t be surprised is you see a different colored egg in your carton! We still have our Fresh Farm Eggs Special: Bundle of 3 dozen discounted price or by the dozen. Sour Dough Breads, along with delicious Brownies, Biscuits, Friendship Breads (please order Friendship Breads by 3pm on Monday) still have few Jams available, we will Jamming soon updating our inventory.

We will be looking forward seeing you “On the Porch or At the Curb" of Quinn’s Mercantile WEDNESDAY, February 28th from 4:30 – 5:30 pm, please note time change, please contact the Manager if you are unable to pick up your order or are running late, please phone, email or text the Manager (615.542.1078) so we can make arrangements to get your order to you.

We will always try and reach you as a reminder about your order, we can make arrangements for you to get your order to you. “If we do not hear from you, your order will be donated and you will be invoiced for the amount of your order”. We still need to pay our Growers for their products.

Due to darkness and traffic, we will NOT be able to offer Delivery Service for after market at this time, but you are welcome to contact us and make arrangement for a time the next day.

How to contact us:
locations: Quinn’s Mercantile on the corner of Spring and Lytle.

Champaign, OH:  What's The Story, Morning Glory?

Today’s the day that all the world will see
Another sunny afternoon
Walkin’ to the sound of my favorite tune…

Good morning, Happy Monday, time to wake up!!

It’s Monday, and, as you know, you have until tomorrow at 8am, to get your market orders in!!

So many things to choose from, and so much local loveliness!! It’s so easy, it’s so fun, and when you leave with your weekly orders, you can feel good about all of the products you are taking home!!

I am sitting with coffee, working on my own ordering for the week, and listening to this song, on one of my favorite albums.

Fun fact…when I first moved to this area, so many years ago (I originally was here for two years, beginning in 1999…lol…and, I never left) I briefly started a little word of mouth baking business called, Morning Glory. It was a muffin baking business, that was short lived, but also, it planted the seed that one day, I would have more time and vision…and, look what happened…

Anyway, have a lovely day, get your orders in, and I will see you on Thursday, if you are picking up your order!

Cosmic Pam