Archive for May 20th, 2015

Market Day Share

You have heard me talk about the Market Day Share with the Fresh Milk, Artisan Cheeses and Breads (with Fresh Pasta) to be delivered on a weekly basis with your share?  Well…price and structure changes have forced me to scrap the program as originally planned this winter–but some things haven’t changed:  you can still pay weekly instead of up front for goods received, and it is the same great quality reasonably priced.

If you are interested in a gallon of dairy milk to be added to your Veggie share (Lifeline Dairy in Montana…not raw but pasteurized at the minimum level required by law…REASONABLY priced), and would like an opportunity to order the other items from Market Day Foods (Artisan Cheeses and Breads, Fresh Pasta…and other dry goods…organic or organically grown), let me know.  What I would suggest is a standing order for the milk each week and then we can add to the standing order as you like. We can meet and set up a workable plan for you and your family–  🙂

Send an email to with your name and contact information.  We need a minimum of 6 people to split the case of milk (or 6 gallons).

THANKS!  The Farmer’s Wife

Canner’s Share

Calling all Canner’s–Taking pre-orders now for the Canner’s Share.  The Canner’s Share is not a PAID Share but an ‘I’m interested in canning this for this year” Share.  It allows me to get your name on the roster and as items are ready for canning to get them picked and you notified. You pay when the goods are delivered– check out  Canner’s Share page.

Green Beans will be available twice during the season– I should have plenty planted for those interested.  Two new varieties of Paste Tomatoes, a new consistent sized green bean, and plenty of broccoli, cauliflower, and cabbage.  Pickling Cukes are available all season, and at smaller sizes, too.  We’ll have the onions, bell peppers, and herbs that you need for the Spaghetti sauces and Salsas, too!  (We can put Spaghetti Sauce kits together for you, too–)

Wide variety, same prices as last year.  Shoot me an email with what you would like–item, quantity with your name and phone number and email address.

Call with any questions!  thanks, The Farmer’s Wife