Thanksgiving Box Preview

Thanksgiving is one of the few annual holidays on which we always shut down the farm.  Everyone at the farm has been working hard for a long nine months, and we are looking forward to getting a long weekend to spend with family and friends.

THANKSGIVING PREVIEW

For those of you who are staying in town and planning on cooking next week, here is the prospective box list for next week.  It is subject to change:

All Boxes:  Apples, Broccoli, Butternut Squash, Carrots, Salad Mix and Satsuma Mandarins.

Medium and Large:  Leeks, Red Russian Kale.

Large:  Potatoes

Thanks,

Pablito

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