Monthly Archives: April 2014

Hatching ducks

APRIL 25 NEWSLETTER It is farm tour weekend already. The foliage and grasses are at least three weeks behind last year making my decision to not be a part of the tour this year somewhat validating. We may go check out some other farms for the first time ever!We’ve had 60 ducks, geese and turkeys […]
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Easter Eggs and Ham

APRIL 16 NEWSLETTER   We are writing early because we had such a wonderful Wednesday Market last week and we wanted to give another shout out and reminder for our favorite market today.Wednesday Market hours are now 3-6pm and we hope to see you.Come get your pre-tinted Easter eggs! Try using some all natural, old-timey methods with beet juice and leaves instead […]
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The Wednesday Carrboro Farmers’ Market Kicked Off This Week

The Wednesday Carrboro Farmers’ Market kicked off this week with new hours, great weather and a crowd for the food truck rodeo. Vimala’s Curryblossom Cafe sampled our pork vindaloo as well as some vegetarian dosa much to the delight of the customers. It was good to be back and seeing familiar faces – thanks for coming out! Here […]
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Carrboro Market open season

APRIL 4 NEWSLETTER It seems like every time we write, we talk about the weather. Now we can ride the spring wave. 9 beautiful young pigs made a dash to West Virginia this week to become breeding stock for Chuck Talbott and Nadine Perry of Black Oak Holler Farm. Going up and over those West […]
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