Update on FRUIT and our MELONS

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Update on the FRUIT that has been flowing through our coolers from Riverton and Utah to Big Horn Basin homes.

Available–Text 431-1219 to order:
4 Flats of Raspberries are unspoken for at this writing–$34.50 for 12-half pints. (expected delivery Tuesday, September 18th, pick up after noon)
3 Boxes of Red Bartlett Pears–about 34#–tree-ripened and ready to finish off to can or eat, finish-off means to leave them at room temperature for a day or two…they’ve been in refrigeration to stop the ripening process–$37.00 each 

We get our last shipment of Raspberries from Riverton on TuesdayA BIG Shout out and BIG thank you to the Piel’s with SonHarvest Seasons!  The raspberries have been spectacular for the past two weeks–sorry to see them come to a close, but it’s worth the wait for the fall berries with their sweetness.  A great fruit to freeze and enjoy in the winter!

Thanks to all that took advantage of the apples (Gala, Ginger Gold, Honey Crisp), Pears (Bartlett, Red Bartlett, Kalle Red), Peaches (Angelus this last load), and Frozen Pie Cherries from the Utah orchard…thanks, Karen Fettig for being our contact person with the Fower’s!  Love to get the good stuff!!

Reminder:  We have WATERMELONS, CANTALOUPE, HONEY DEW, and LAMBKIN Spanish MELONS for sale at Pick Up on Thursday’s (4-6 pm) and Saturday’s at Bee Healthy (8 a.m. to 3 p.m.)–Vine-ripened and unRivaled!  Members only on Thursday, open to the public on Saturday–

 

The Farmer’s Wife

5 responses to this post.

  1. This is an amazing effort. Hats off to Lloyd and Terri and crew. We so appreciate your hard work. Thank you for all you are doing for our communities.

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  2. Posted by Terri Craft on September 16, 2018 at 7:46 pm

    thanks, Kris! It takes a community caring for the community…Just as you are doing with the nutrient-rich, live milk! Hooray for community support AND AG, together, working for the good of all…whether they know it or not. 😉

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  3. Posted by Kaeli Campbell on September 16, 2018 at 9:05 pm

    I would love the raspberries!

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