Archive for July 21st, 2018

FRUIT for The STORE!- July 26th

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I just finished ordering fruit to stock in The Store for this Thursday, July 26th!  The local produce is coming on–such an exciting time of the Year when we can get Flathead Cherries from Montana–I’ve ordered Conventional for this week, and pre-ordered the Organic for the first week in August.  Idaho Blueberries will be following in August, and the Peaches from Utah in late August, early September.

Other offerings are ORG Golden Raspberries, ORG Red Seedless Grapes, Kiwi, and ORG Apricots from CA instead of WA, and ORG Nectarines.  More of the usual in the ORG Bananas ($1.00/# this week), ORG Red Plums, ORG Pink Lady Apples, Mangoes and PineapplesIn the past we have had the Dole Golden Pineapples….this week we are trying a new variety at $3.75 instead of $5.50.

Information on the Veggies for this week will follow!

Enjoy the fresh air and get plenty of sunshine to build up your Vitamin D! — The Farmer’s Wife

Pickling Cucumbers ARE READY!


We began harvesting Pickling Cucumbers today!  OPEN SALE TO ANYONE– Variety is great, very dense, thinner skin than the American pickler’s, which tend to be bitter.  They make a great sliced pickle whether Bread & Butter, or Dill, as well as the whole dills.  Cost is $25 for a half-bushel (13#), and we have dill, too.

Send an email to or TEXT 307-431-1219.  Harvest for the Pickler’s is Friday morning with the cucumbers ready for pick up in the afternoon.  We harvest 3 times a week–


THANKS!  The Farmer’s Wife




Tomorrow is Market Day at Bee Healthy!  Store opens at 8:00 with all the usual great stuff that Bee Healthy has PLUS fresh produce from Lloyd Craft Farms–One Day Only.  Saturday closing at The Bee is 3:00 p.m. All produce under refrigeration to keep it fresh!

Offerings tomorrow are a new harvest of Red Radishes, heads of Broccoli, bags of Broccolini, and a few heads of some off-color Cauliflower that we picked this morning…Cucumbers of all shapes and sizes including snake-like Striped ArmeniansAntohi Frying Peppers and Shishito Peppers–both sweet and best roasted to bring out the great flavor…a couple of bags of Hungarian Hot Wax…a plethora of Summer Squashes, and fresh Farao Cabbage, and some other surprises!  All Organically raised, and all fresh picked right here in the Big Horn Basin.

Come join us for Saturday Market at The Bee– The Farmer’s Wife