Monday, September 25, 2017

Whats Happen At Country Taste Farm

Week 17 of 18
Whats in your CSA Share
Apples
Winter Squash
Tomatoes
Sweet Pepper
Cucumber
Brussels Sprout
Onion
"Know your Farmer Know Your Food"
Please RSVP By September 30th
The 7th annual Country Taste Farm Customer Appreciation and U-Pick Final Harvest (Members and family only)
Saturday October 7, 2017: 12:00 Noon to 4:00Pm
Schedule
Customer Registration and Lunch 12:00noon to 1:00pm
We will serve pull pork on a bun, chips, a desert and Beverage starting at Noon till 1:00pm
U-pick Final Harvest will Begin at 1:00Pm Customers may harvest from the 4 High Tunnels, Squash Wagon, Apple Tank.  Field: Beet, Potato and Pumpkin Fields.
As we have a very large Group of Customers and to give everyone a fair chance to harvest, customers will provide their own boxes, bags, buckets. The use of wagons, Wheel barrows, etc will not be allowed. 
As we are not a you pick farm Our insurance Company has issued a rider policy for this event but has put some restrictions on what we can do.
“The duration of the Event May not exceed 4 Hours. Driveway must be keep open for emergency vehicles  only park on one side of Driveway Parking and no parking areas will be marked. The Packaging and washing area along with the equipment may not be used as there is a concern about “training the general public” for its operations.  So please stay out of the areas maker with yellow caution tape. We will provide a sink and water hose for your use to rinse produce.”
Disclaimer: Please be advised that this is a working farm; the harvest areas have uneven footings which have potential trip hazards and other farm hazards. ALL Visitors, guests, and customers of Country Taste Farm’s:   Customer Appreciation and U-Pick Final Harvest, Participate AT THEIR OWN RISK

Thank you So Much for Your Support in the Country Taste Farm CSA we appreciate our customers and hope to improve every year. We are working hard to provide Farm Fresh, locally grown produce, many products that we use are approved for use in Organic growing systems.

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