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Old99Farm Market:  Old 99 Farm Week of Apr 15 2018

just when we were all set for spring, nice surprise major snow and rainy weather over last few days, we got about 70ml of precipitation! Ground is very sodden, will be a late spring planting outdoors this year.

But the greenhouses are looking good. As I ve been telling y’all for a month now, I have lovely greens: young and tender kale, green chard, rainbow chard, lettuce. It’s prime, picked same day, will keep for couple weeks in the fridge. I’ve put it on two for one special, that is, I’ve doubled the standard quantity per bunch. Eat more greens, should be a mantra. There are french breakfast radishes now at harvestable size.

There the eggs, pastured meats are your healthy source for protein and animal fats. Have you gotten unbrainwashed yet about eating crisco, bechel, margarine etc. instead of butter, lard, fatty meats? I pork lard, minced ready to render or use as is.

Stewing Hens are on special, discount $2 off the kilo price.

Did you notice my 20lb beef pack? Less than a quarter but still good selection of cuts, steaks, roasts, burger, for $220.

I have large caliber trees for sale, which I raised here, at a very good price, $15. For 25mm diameter minimum and at last 2m tall. Ready to plant: cherry birch, osage orange, butternut, all Carolinian ian forest species we need in our forest canopy here.

I have formulated a winning compost from the cow manure and straw in last year’s bedding ammended with biochar and active microbes. Price is $3/bushel (35L) or bulk $60/cu yard (22 bushel) Bring your own containers or trailer which I can load with my tractor.

Cami made beef broth this week, very aromatic.

I hope you’ll take a minute to write your MP about the Kinder Morgan pipeline. It’s become our Standing Rock north. A prime minister who is willing to give or invest millions in a US pipeline co, is no prime minister of mine. He should instead invest in the renewable infrastructure that could give us a chance at seeing habitable conditions remain intact in our lifetimes.

This is what I wrote to MP Filomena Tassi 5 days ago. I hope you can too, even just cut and paste this and edit to your liking.
Dear Filomena,
I wish I could have been in cabinet as you discussed how to proceed on the KM stalemate.
Unlikely as it seems, I hope Justin stands down from his absolute endorsement and commitment to getting Alberta oil to the world market.
This is quite possibly the Alamo for the climate; build KM and the world ecosystem is set for destruction within a human lifetime. A world as we know it gone forever.
On the other hand our government could make this the most important decision of modern times; to once and for all to see, to take the climate crisis seriously, to stand up to oil interests and the American government, to make the issues the topic of wide and far reaching public debate.

Of course mothballing KM will mean crashing world oil markets and even the stock market. We need to be prepared for that anyway.
It could mean the end of any chance at re-election for you and your party, this June.

The world is watching. Did Justin and Canada indulge our capacity to keeping hoping that the climate agreement in Paris is our firm commitment?
Or did he dance the tune, not walk the talk?

I hope to hear from you about these thoughts,

Yours truly,
Ian Graham

Healthy eating,
Ian and Cami

Russellville Community Market:  Market Closes at 10PM! Mark your Calendars for Taste of the Valley!

To ensure your order is placed, make sure you click the “Place My Order” button once you have completed your shopping. You will receive a confirmation email.

We have tickets available at the market!

Russellville Community Market


Dawson Local Harvest:  REMINDER! Dawson Harvest Closes Tonight!

Dawson Local Harvest for April 20th

REMINDER! The Dawson Market Closes Tonight at 9 pm!

But You Still Have Time to Order!

Crispy warm Bagels with our Veggie Cream Cheese Spread from DAILY BREAD, CULTURED TRADITIONS’ Russian twist on the Korean favorite KimChi is a blast of flavors, or how about an incredibly tender Ribeye or Beef Tips Stir-fried with Leeks, courtesy of COPPERHEAD and LEILANI;S! It’s all Available Now.

Place your Order Before 9 pm!

Thanks, Alan, Market Manager

Heritage Farm :  Seafood Update


Apparently the seafood vendor did not understand that, as we have done for the last 4 months, when he came back to Atlanta we would want another wholesale order.

We had inquired, at the request of one of our customers, on whether or not we would be able to get in one more order before they left for Alaska. The response was “yes. we will be back in Atlanta on the 14th.”

We assumed that it would be business as usual one more time but that was not the case. They arrived with only a few pieces of fish and some tiger shrimp so we were unable to get ANY of the orders we were expecting.

We regret any inconvenience this has caused you and will begin making the account refunds shortly…hopefully we can get a clearer understanding with them when they return in the fall.

Heritage farm

Citrus County Locally Grown:  Local Free Range Eggs Available



Market Closes Wednesday 8:00 AM

FREE RANGE EGGS are available here.

Eggs from Happy Hens that live natural lives and have high quality feed to supplement the bugs and morsels they hunt in the farmyard.

Any value from $10 – $100
Share healthy produce and proteins with family and friends Click here for Certificate.


Aminos Pepitas (pumpkin seeds), EGGS. ,
Maple Nuts, Granola and Olive Trees!

See our lettuce, Kale, Bok Choy Micro Greens

We have a limited quantity of ORANGE BLOSSOM Honey. We took our hives South. Quantity is small so get it while it is here.
Wild Brazilian Pepper Honey is in good supply. Check out all our varieties

Introducing Beef & Chicken Bone Broth in Pint and Quart sizes
Boneless Chicken Thighs in 2 & 3 Pack
Whole Chicken Breast W/Wings
BEEF: Steaks, Ribs, Hamburger, Steak Hot Dogs and Knockwurst.
Link to Beef.
PORK: Chops, Ribs and Sausages
Link to Pork.
CHICKEN: Whole Chicken, Breast Quarters and Wings.
Link to Chicken.

EGGS. Goat Milk, Yogurt and Cheeses (please order cheese by Monday night)

Good variety of fresh Naturally Grown fruits and veggies.Many grown here in Marion County

Fresh Whole Milk from a local farm.
Link to COW A1 & A2 MILK..

A Full selection of (CGV) produce.
Not all Fruits and Vegetable absorb Chemicals, Check out EWG Clean 15.

Young Living Essential Oils are the industries purest oils.These oils are 100 Percent pure from seed to seal.

Nourishing, all natural soap and organic oil blends make a great gift for yourself and others.
All of our homemade soaps and oil blends are made from pure essential oils.

Enjoy browsing the products from the comfort of your own home.
Delivery to your home is available in most areas. Just $8.00


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Homesteader's Market:  Homesteader's Market for April 16th.

The Homesteader’s Market is open again for ordering. You can place orders for this Saturday’s market up to 7:00pm Thursday evening.

This Market provides a marketing and distribution platform for local, home-based enterprises to offer their food products and other household goods to South Cariboo residents.

Placing orders for pickup at the Saturday market is easy. Once you are signed in, simply select the items and quantities you wish to purchase and drop by the Market between 10:00am and 2:00pm to pick up your order. Newcomers are permitted two trial orders prior to being asked to pay their annual membership fee ($20 per household – taxes included).

Please contact the market manager at or 250-644-1940 if you have any questions about any aspect of this market or the other Cariboo Homesteader services.

Statesboro Market2Go:  Market2Go

If you missed the market this past Saturday, you can order online with the Market2Go!
Order each week from Friday evening through Tuesday at midnight.

New on Market2Go:
Become a Friend of the Market! Support the Mainstreet Market and Market2go!

Click to order at Market2Go

Fresh Harvest, LLC:  Fresh Harvest This Week!

Market News


We are on this week – Back to the regular schedule and we hope you join us!

There are lots of sweet potatoes left on the market, as well as a great selection of meats, eggs, and other products from our amazing vendors.

It may not seem like it tonight, but planting time is approaching so if you are ready for you tomato and herb plants, we have our first round of those available as well!

We are looking forward to a great season ahead, and are so thankful to you all to supporting us!

Thank you and we will see you soon!
John and Tally


GFM :  While Mother Nature Seems Confused, Our Vendors Are Ready!

As we begin our new week and prepare to open the online market, we have some thoughts to share with you all. This wild Spring weather will challenge us, but we will push onward. Our GFM online and physical market customers want fresh produce and locally-produced crafts. Our participating growers and crafters are dedicated to delivering on your expectations!

More Wacky Weather From Mother Nature

Flashback about one month ago and we posted a blog on this very site talking about Mother Nature’s wild tricks. Spring one day, Winter the next, Spring again, ooops— here’s Winter. Well sadly my friends, we’ve been duped again. Just about an hour prior to my writing this update, I let the dog out only to get pelted by sleet and freezing rain.

Alas, despite the whims of Mother Nature, our potatoes, luffas, garlic, swiss chard and more are already in the ground. So, we’re hoping and praying we get back to warm weather and stay with it until market opening day on May 12th.

*is the wild weather affecting your Spring garden plans? Feel free to share your story with us. Email: and, with your permission, we’ll share your story with our customers in the weeks to come.

Our market customers are awaiting your talent, craft, or produce!

We touched on this last week, but it is still on our hearts. When you see the joy of a farmer’s market customer coming up to your table and smiling as they exchange their hard-earned money for the produce you’ve sweated and toiled to produce on your land, it’s a glorious feeling. Farmer’s markets create win-win situations.

Our question for you is this: What good, skill, or service are you holding back from the Greenville community? We’re actively seeking new vendors, crafters, and teachers who can provide workshops at our market this year. Please, reach out to Judy Shelton @ 552-3023 if you have any questions about becoming a vendor, or about providing a workshop this season.

Is your small garden producing an excess of some crop every season? Are you spending a lot of time canning, preserving and drying your excess? Well, our market customers might be eagerly searching for that crop you produce. If you don’t step up and become a vendor, they may never get what they’re after. Help us bring an abundance and a variety to our wonderful Greeneville fresh produce buyers this season.

Become a vendor on our online market today as well!

We wish you all the best this week and Spring gets back on her feet and tries to stand tall against the last blows of Winter. Are your crops in the ground? Are you taking all the steps required to ensure a plentiful and abundant harvest this year? Get out there sow, so that you may reap in season!

Yalaha, FL:  Yalaha Market Open

Order now through 5 pm April 12thh for April 14th Pickup (or contact me if you want a different day, we have some flexibility.)

Remember to tell me when you want to pick up!

Send me a message if you are interested in Getting Channel Catfish.

If you have any particular requests, let me know I’m happy to grow to order.

Sign in to order.

You have to sign in to see the add to cart button. Then click the add to cart button on the items you want to buy. 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.)