Beechtree Farm will be at the next Slow Food market on February 8th at the D&R Greenway Land Trust building on Rosedale Road from 10-2. It should be another great market. Hope to see you there!
We have a lot more work this time of year to make sure our herds are warm and happy. It’s partcularly difficult when we have a bout of wet weather and then freezing temperature. You can imagine what it’s like to get soaked and then to stand in cold wind. So we get all the animals inside to keep them dry and give them plenty of hay and fresh water. It ‘s enjoyable to have an opportunity to be in close proximity with the animals and get to know each other better. One of my favorite times is after all the chores are done and before heading back to the house, pausing and listening to the contented sounds of animals crunching contentedly on hay. They always seem so appreciative.
The other great part about winter is the incomparable beauty of the skies and trees. Though short, the light this time of year is amazing.
Meanwhile, our meat room continues to be as busy as ever. We really enjoy your visits and get such a kick out of hearing of the dishes you are making with our meats. We really appreciate the rave reviews. Our newest products are guinea fowl, geese and duck from Eberly’s Organic.
Farm Market Season is here!…
Rutgers Garden Farmers Market, Friday, 11am-5pm http://www.rutgersgardens.rutgers.edu/farmmarket.htm First Day, May 6th West Windsor Community Farmers Market, Saturday 9am-1pm http://www.westwindsorfarmersmarket.org/First Day, May 7th Pennington Farmers Market, Saturday, 9am-1pm http://penningtonfarmersmarket.org/ First Day, May 28th Gravity Hill Market, Hopewell, Saturday, 10:00am– 3:00pm; Sunday, 10:00am– 3:00pm http://www.gravityhillfarm.com/First Day, April 24th