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November Update: 11/17/18

Posted 11/17/2018 8:40pm by Sam Bellamy.

We are getting ready for the holidays and looking forward to spending some time with family! Let us help you prepare for Thanksgiving, Christmas Parties, or any special gathering with those near and dear.

We are harvesting mustard and turnip greens on the farm. These local sweet potatoes are very good and we still have the apples that have been in demand all fall! Our farm-pressed apple cider and muscadine grape juice are available while supplies last. There is local honey, molasses, and other syrups and preserves in the farm market to help with holiday food prep too.    

For those who times when you don't know what to make, let the ladies at Moka Cafe help! They opened the cafe right next to the Farm Market in July and have been a welcome addition to the local community. Their baked treats and pies are made with love and bursting with delicious flavors. These homemade delights are sure to be welcome at any gathering. They can be reached at (910)287-6652 or drop in when you visit the farm. Moka Cafe hours are breakfast - 3:30

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Fall is here!

Cool season greens are growing, the Shittake mushroom logs are covered in delicious fungi, and we're getting ready to plant strawberries.

We have 3 Market Locations, each open on different days, with different hours. See the bottom of our Home Page for the details on each.  

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or calling 910-287-6794 during our Farm Market business hours three days each week.

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