Just a quick note that we now accept credit cards on the farm and at the farmers’ markets, so if you find that you are short of cash you don’t have to make your way to the bank.
Market season is upon us. We begin our 5th summer of market attendance this Thursday (May 15th) in Exeter at the usual spot on Baldwin Street beside Trivitt.
We will have our usual array of meats (beef, pork, lamb and even a few ducks) and spelt flour. Jams, jellies and other preserves will be available once the fresh ingredients are available.
We will be attending a new market this year on Friday afternoons as Bayfield has entered the local food arena with the opening of its market on May 17th. The Bayfield Farmers’ Market will be open from 3 – 7 pm on Friday afternoons until the beginning of October.
Then, once the town has settled down from its May 2-4 craziness, the Grand Bend Farmers’ Market will begin its season on Wednesday, May 21st, in the parking lot of the Colonial Hotel.
We look forward to seeing all our customers again this season.
Summer is just about here, and that means market season has already begun. We are at two markets so far, one in Grand Bend (Wednesday mornings) and the other in Exeter (Thursday afternoons). The above photo was taken yesterday in Grand Bend after we had set up our booth. We currently have our Angus beef, Berkshire pork and Katahdin lamb available, as well as maple syrup, spelt flour and peanuts. We also have our preserves and produce at the Exeter market. We hope to see you at the market this summer.