News from the Farm: Is anyone else as excited as I am that we have carrots this week? It’s funny how a gap in the supply – even a short one – can turn an otherwise normal vegetable into something valuable. We’ve had a great couple of weeks here on the farm. Spring weather is keeping us constantly guessing and a bit in awe – glorious sunshine, hail, thunderstorms, and even a frost on Friday night. If in your shares you find fringed spinach and kale with some discoloration, you’re seeing the results of this weather on our crops. We assure you that they’re still edible and even delicious. Curtis and some of you lovely volunteers had a productive workday on Saturday – they weeded, harvested, and cleaned up some of our spinach
beds, started seeds, spread wood chip mulch on flowerbeds, planted elephant garlic, and potted up plants in the greenhouse. We are grateful for all of you!
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What’s in your share:
- Head Lettuce – Romaine or Magenta Summercrisp
- Kale – Siberian or White Russian
- Radishes – Champion
- Green Onions
Wholes & Halves: everyone plus this
- Winter Squash Choice (Butternut or Spaghetti) – conventionally grown in Rich Hill, MO
Wholes only: everyone plus this
- Head Lettuce – Dancine Butterhead
- Baby Lettuce
- Japanese Turnips
- Greens Salad Mix (Mizuna, Red Russian Kale, Tendergreen Mustard, Baby Lettuce)
- Swiss Chard
Mark May 2 on your calendar for the Biannual Millsap Farm Potluck! Bring your friends and family and a dish to share!
Pizza Nights will start again in May – Every Thursday Night!
Thanks for choosing us to be your farmers!
~the Millsap Farm Crew