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New Partnership: Bright Hope Farms

  We are partnering with Bright Hope Farms to be a pick up location for Salad Subscriptions this season!! Pick up will be available Saturdays from 10am-noon May 23rd thru Oct 3rd. What is a salad subscription? It is a weekly pick up of vegetables based around their salad mix. Each pick up comes with 5-7 items and a recipe suggestion! They offer pick up for 20 weeks starting May 18th. Feel free to contact them with any questions! We are selling their homemade garlic salt made from their gourmet garlic! It is absolutely delicious and a wonderful addition to your meal. It is great on meat, veggies, popcorn, dips, marinades, spice rubs, fish, and more! They are offering early bird sign up discounts thru March 1st! If you have...

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January 11 – National Milk Day

National Milk Day,  January 11, commemorates the day believed to be the first time milk deliveries in glass bottles began in the United States in 1878. We love our cows, plus our two new additions are pretty cute as well.  To make every gallon of milk, a cow must pump from 600-800 gallons of blood through her udder. Think of that next time you pour yourself a glass. That cow poured her heart into it! We take good care of our girls, so they can take good care of your family.    Unpasteurized and non homogenized milk or raw milk, is a powerhouse of nutrition. Raw milk boasts 9 grams of healthy fat, 12 grams of natural carbohydrates, and 9...

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Happy 2020! The Little Red Farm 2019 Year in Review....

On my 40th birthday last December, I said 2019 was going to be my best year yet...and it was! January and February I did the Essentially Free course with @jen_weir7 @weir_oily Your emotional and mental well being are so worth the work. I’m actually doing the course again in 2020 💪 It was life changing for not only my mental health but my physical health as well because those two are so tightly entwined. March ended with our home raised Rosie the dairy cow having her very first calf and we learned this whole milking gig along side her. April we got the shop cleared out and started putting together the pieces of what would become our Farmers Market Shop. May found...

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