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Posted 5/17/2013 8:24am by Christy and Chris Kantlehner.

Hello Everybody!!!

The 5th Annual White Barn Farm Plant Sale is this Weekend!  Saturday and Sunday May 18 & 19, 10am  to 4pm.  Wrentham is going to be alive with activity tomorrow. I've seen a flyer for a big community yard sale at the VFW and one at the Congregational Church. The Sohoanno Garden Club of Wrentham has its annual plant sale at the library as the library has its book sale! Saturday is going to be a hootenanny!! Don't miss it. In fact, tell a friend about it!

The farm is wired with anticipation and excitement for the big event. It's Plant Sale Eve and it feels like we have been an army of little elves preparing for the day. Over the years, the plant sale has become a big family event at the farm. Chris' Dad, Rich, actually flies in from California to take on the task of collecting boxes from package stores, grocery stores, etc. for you all to tote home your plants in. Of course, he wants to visit his son and grandson, but it has become a tradition for him to be a major part of pulling off the sale. Look for him and Uncle David heading up the Parking! Look for my brother Will hauling plants (and this year selling his kitchen woodworking crafts) and his wife, Jess, at the cashier table along with Aunt Ann Natalizia and maybe Cousin Hannah! Grammie has painstakingly written the plant tags for the - no joke - thousands of plants. Our flower designer, Laurene Hulbig has blossomed into our greenhouse manager since I've been called to mom duty and has literally seeded and potted up nearly every plant we are selling.  My best friend, Heather, designs a beautiful and creative event poster every year (unique originals for sale at the cashier). Look for a happy team of hunky farmhands hauling plants - they have been keeping the rest of the farm going and are out harvesting fresh produce for the farmstand right this second.  Uncle Neal has kept the parking area beautifully mowed. Chris' mom, Patty, will be cashiering on Sunday and his brother, Patrick, will be helping out with his brawn and amazing lettering skills. We have a crew of gardening volunteers to help you with choosing plants and splitting up 6packs and 4packs - they will be the ones with scissors and labels and aprons -  if they're willing to wear them! 

The point is - this is a spectacular team effort. So many more family members and volunteers help but I must stop typing!!!!

Tips for a Great Plant Sale Experience:

  • Check out the inventory online to get an idea of what you want, but have some alternates in mind in case your chosen variety is sold out.
  • Be ready to be a little patient with parking, the cashier tent, and pulling back onto 1A.
  • Take the time to read about the varieties and chat with volunteers and even other gardeners as they shop. Us gardening folk are all kindred spirits. Don't be afraid if you're a newbie!
  • Bring your grocery bag to load up on fresh produce, coffee beans, Iggy's Bread, seafood, honey, and baked goods, too! Look at the official line-up on our Plant Sale webpage.

We love to think of our plants en masse in the greenhouses right now, spreading so far and wide to bring our community good food, beauty, and pleasure for the season to come!

Thank you for support, as always!

Christy, Chris, Graham, and the whole White Barn Family


See you there!


plant sale

Posted 5/10/2013 9:10am by Christy and Chris Kantlehner.

Hi there!

RAIN! At last, the earth has had a good long drink! The dust was really starting to wear us down. The good thing about the dry spell is that, out of necessity, our irrigation systems are already in operation for the season. That should mean better germination of direct seeded crops and better establishment and growth of transplanted crops. Good news. We were able to take advantage of the rainy day yesterday and get our High Tunnel turned over from the crops you ate last weekend (boy choy, spinach, arugula, mustard mix) and planted to tomatoes and cucumbers. Let's all wish them good luck!


pea tendrils

THIS SATURDAY, MAY 11th: Since we have cleared out our high tunnel, we are beginning to harvest crops from the field. Tomorrow at the farmstand we expect to have:

  • Broccoli Raab
  • Baby Kale
  • Spinach
  • Scallions
  • Mustard Mix
  • Arugula
  • Pea Tendrils
  • Fresh-cut Lilacs
  • Jordan Brothers Seafood
  • Sheldonville Roasters Coffee
  • Iggy's Bread & Pastries
  • High Mowing Organic Seeds
  • McEnroe Organic Compost and Potting Soil
  • Liberty Farm Maple Syrup
  • Puddingstone Organics Eggs
  • sorry, no honey until the Plant Sale, when Franklin Honey will be there with fresh spring honey!
GARDENS! The rain is also a wonderful blessing to all you gardeners out there. Get that soil ready for plants!! Our plant sale next weekend will provide your tomatoes, eggplants, peppers, zucchini, cucumbers, herbs, and flowers (zinnia lovers, get ready!). This weekend we will put out a couple of things that are ready to plant - a couple kinds of flowers, parsley. and something for your herb pots: BASIL! We potted up some nice basil clusters in four-inch pots. They would make a great Mother's Day Gift or just make a little herb pot come to life! Every year at the plant sale we get questions about crops that are not for sale there: peas, beans, carrots, beets, lettuce, radishes, cilantro, spinach etc. This year we have brought in a High Mowing Organic Seed Rack so you can purchase a packet of seeds and start these crops right in your own soil. I recommend Direct Seeding the cilantro, carrots, peas, beans, salad mix and radishes for sure. We start lettuce, beets, and spinach in trays and transplant them to the garden after they've grown for about four weeks (but you could also direct seed). For a constant supply of lettuce we seed some every week.  We hope by offering seeds we are able to help you round out your gardens' glory!
We have McEnroe Organic Potting Soil for any seed starting or containers you may be doing ($12/bag). 
We also have McEnroe Organic Compost ($10/bag) for amending your soil or working a good shovelful into your tomato hole.

old white barn farm

This is a picture of my great-grandparents, Mop & Pop, gardening where White Barn Farm is today

If it is a rainy Saturday: Get out your unbrellas, your wellies, designer rubber boots, duck shoes, plastic bags w/ elastics over your sneakers. Whatever you have to do to make sure you do not miss out on this Saturday's Farmstand!!

One more note: This Saturday is my big brother, Dave Raymond's, 36th  Birthday! He is in a tiny village in Afghanistan during his third tour of duty. Let's all send him a birthday wish! We love you, Dave!

Thank you! Thank you! as always!

Christy, Chris, Graham, & the White Barn Crew!

 



 

Posted 5/2/2013 8:47am by Christy and Chris Kantlehner.

Hey there White Barn Farm Fanatics!

Get Ready! Saturday, May 4th will be the first farmstand of the season! 10am to 2pm

We will be back to our usual spot under the tent on 1A and we can't wait to see you!  It has been an awfully cool spring, so things are just trickling in, but thanks to the High Tunnel we put up last year there is a little produce to be had! Our new hens are laying eggs.  We have lots of collaborators to round out the offerings . . . and it's time to begin the habit of shopping at the farmstand :)

We expect to have:

  • From our Fields and High Tunnel: Scallions. Spinach. Bok Choy. Arugula. Mizuna. and more?
  • Our own eggs and Puddingstone Organics eggs
  • Iggy's Bread, including pastries
  • Sheldonville Roasters coffee beans
  • Franklin Honey
  • Maple Syrup from James & Sarah at Liberty Farm in Poultney, VT
  • Jordan Brothers Seafood
  • Organic Seeds for your garden from High Mowing
  • MacEnroe Organic Potting Soil and Compost
  • and maybe a sneak peak of plants for your garden


We will be open again with the same lineup:

Saturday, May 11th. 10am to 2pm.

during our Plant Sale, May 18th and 19th. 10am to 4pm (Farmstand & Seafood - Saturday only)

Saturday, May 25th. 10am to 2pm.


Regular Summer Hours* for our Roadside Stand begin Tuesday, May 28th:

Tuesday through Friday, 2pm to 7pm

(!!!new this year: Wednesdays we will open at 10am. for busy parents, night-shifters, and traffic avoiders)

Saturdays 10am to 2pm

*at this point, Jordan Brothers Seafood will start coming Tuesdays and Fridays, 2pm to 7pm.


Thank you all for waiting all winter long! We would not be here without your support!

See you soon!

Christy, Chris, little Graham and the rest of the farm family at White Barn Farm

Posted 3/24/2013 3:34pm by Christy and Chris Kantlehner.

This may be the time of year you begin to wonder what ever happened to your farmers? What are they doing? Is it Spring yet?

Yes! Despite the snow lingering in the shade and the chilly winds, the Vernal Equinox has come and gone and the days are now longer than the nights! Chris and our faithful farm crew, Laurene, Dylan, and Ben, have been at work in the greenhouse, getting things started.  The high tunnel we put up last year has new seeds planted in all the beds and there are all sorts of seedlings up in our heated greenhouse.

onion sprouts


chris and graham planting onions

SHARES AVAILABLE IN OUR CSA (COMMUNITY SUPPORTED AGRICULTURE) PROGRAM.  We are expanding our CSA for 2013. We are offering 100 shares this year, up from 75, and adding a new pick-up day, Wednesday. We finally got through our waiting list and still have a few openings available for Tuesday or Wednesday pick-up. If you are interested in joining the CSA, reply to this email and we can make it happen. Read all about the CSA under the CSA Menu on our website, http://whitebarnfarm.org/


sample share

PLANT SALE. May 18th and 19th will be our Fifth Annual Plant Sale! Mark your calendars! We grow starts for your gardens in our greenhouse using organic potting soil and feeding only with organic fish and seaweed fertilizer and sunshine, of course. The sale is 10am to 4pm both days.


plant sale

NEW HIGH TUNNEL & MORE CHICKENS. We are going to have a new high tunnel (basically a greenhouse) for cut flowers this year. It will be used for overflow plant sale plants in the late spring and season extension for cut flowers in fall and early spring. It has been almost completely assembled by Chris and Eliot (who is Christy’s Dad, aka “the farm wizard”). This structure is taking the place of the farm's first greenhouse, which has been uprooted and moved to house our new flock of hens. They have merged with the survivors of the old flock and only an intermittent squawk has been heard since they met. We are hoping the larger flock means we will have a better supply of our own eggs this year. In fact, the five eggs a day jumped to nine yesterday so maybe the new ones have started laying? The only thing is that they weren’t that small like first eggs usually are.  We might need a laying box stake-out to get to the bottom of this.

new chickens

BABY GRAHAM. Our son, Graham, is now five months old. He is such a mellow, happy guy and ridiculously cute. He was an intrepid traveler this winter as we visited his great-grandparents and great-aunt and uncle in Texas, his grandpa in California, and his grandma, cousins and aunt in Arizona. The house here in Wrentham is grand central station for our family and farm family so he sees lots of people every day and gets loved and held by so many folks! He does not enjoy farm work yet, however. I can thin about half a tray of seedlings with him in the Baby Bjorn before he is ready to move some more. I have been struggling with being more of a mom than a farmer so far this season.  For years now, my identity and confidence has been derived from my work, so being inside while the crew works in the greenhouse makes me feel somewhat conflicted. At the same time, I had no idea how attached I could become to my adorable baby boy and the last thing I want to do is leave him. We do have plans for a babysitter during the summer . . .  For now Graham is in charge of PR.


teddy graham

OPENING DAY/SATURDAYS IN MAY. We will be open on Saturdays beginning May 4th, 10am to 2pm. Jordan Brothers Seafood will be joining us for those Saturdays. We will have a produce stand at our Plant Sale, May 18 & 19. Then we will be open again the following Saturday, May 25th and then the regular season begins Tuesday, May 28th! That means the CSA starts up and the Roadside Stand is open five days a week: Tuesday to Friday 2pm to 7pm and Saturday 10am to 2pm. At that point, Jordan Brothers will start selling seafood on Tuesdays and Fridays (no more Saturdays).

MORNING FARMSTAND. Due to popular demand, we are going to try opening early one weekday a week to accommodate the schedules of busy parents, afternoon traffic avoiders, night-shift folk, etc. It will probably be Wednesday at 10am. Stay tuned for the official info.

SLIDESHOW AT THE LIBRARY. In 2007, the year before Christy started White Barn Farm, she took an odyssey through Europe, working on farms in exchange for room and board (WWOOFing). She is showing pictures and sharing stories about these travels for the Sohoanno Garden Club of Wrentham on Tuesday, March 26th at 7pm at the Wrentham Public Library. No charge but donations to the food pantry are encouraged!

DINNER & DISCUSSION AT ZEBRA’S BISTRO. The other day we got a call from Wrentham resident and owner of Zebra’s Bistro in Medfield, Craig Neubecker. He has gotten many of the plants for his kitchen garden at our plant sale and sometimes stops by our stand to pick up produce for the restaurant. He asked if we would lead a discussion about sustainable food at the Chefs Collaborative Earth Dinner on Wednesday April 17th. Food is our favorite topic, so we are proud to oblige! It will be a 3 or 4  course set menu based on locally sourced ingredients (as much as possible in April). If you are interested in more details, visit http://zebrasbistro.com/ or facebook.com/ZebrasBistro. To learn more about the Earth Dinners visit: http://chefscollaborative.org/about/ or https://www.facebook.com/ChefsCollaborative

 

Posted 12/20/2012 10:28pm by Christy and Chris Kantlehner.

Happy Holidays Everybody!  It's finally the last weekend of the 2012 season. It's time to stock up on your local organic veggies.  Carrots are back and this week we have onions and garlic as well. All of the roots store for ages in a plastic bag in your fridge. Winter squash and sweet potatoes will store at room temperature. Honey and coffee are perfect hostess gifts. We cannot wait to see you all. Seafood on Saturday!


 FARMSTAND IN THE BARN

FRIDAY 2PM TO 6PM

SATURDAY 10AM TO 2PM

this weekend, December 21st & 22nd 

This weekend’s market is once again a tremendous group effort:

White Barn Farm is serving up:

  • Salad Greens, Kale, Spinach, and succulent Specialty Asian Greens
  • Red and Green Cabbage. try out the recipe page of our website. type "cabbage" in the search box
  • Beets and Turnips. here's a link to a chocolate beet cupcake recipe
  • Leeks, Daikon Radishes, Spanish Black Radishes, and Watermelon Radishes
  • Butternut and Acorn Squash
  • Long Pie Pumpkins. check out Alton Brown's Pumpkin Pie Recipe
  • Bunches of Popcorn on the Cob. this is Chris' epic popcorn video

Medway Community Farm’s Honeymooning Farm Couple is providing:

  • Savoy Cabbage

From Powisset Farm in Dover

  • Celery Root
  • Carrots
  • Garlic
From Neighborhood Farm in Needham:
  • Red and Yellow Onions

Vanguarden CSA of Dover is rounding out the vegetable parade with:

  • Sweet Potatoes
  • Parsnips
  • Napa Cabbage
  • Rutabaga
  • Fingerling Potatoes

Burnshirt Valley Farm has stocked our freezer with:

  • pasture raised pork
  • sorry, no beef this week

Sheldonville Roasters is bringing:

  • fresh roasted coffee beans

Franklin Honey just dropped off more:

  • local raw honey
  • handcrafted, bee-based lip balm

Brambly Farms is delivering:

  • fresh eggs

Laurene Hulbig will have:

  • Wreaths handmade from greens collected here at the farm
  • She has also arranged our dried flowers into bunches for $15
  • If anyone ends up getting engaged this holiday season, check out Laurene's amazing floral design for weddings. She can use White Barn Farm flowers, order from the flower market, or use a combination to create exactly what you dream of.  I cannot stress enough how talented she is.  Plus, she is the perfect combination of fun and professional to work with.

And of course, as always, on Saturdays the farmstand features:

  • Jordan Brothers Seafood
Iggy's Bread is baking:
  • Bread, Baguettes, and Foccacia
  • Sticky Buns, Croissants and Bagels on Saturday 
Thank you as always!!

Your Farmers and Future Farmer,

Christy, Chris, and Baby Graham

Graham and his tractor bib

Posted 12/13/2012 4:00pm by Christy and Chris Kantlehner.

Hello Again Farm Supporters!

Two weekends left for White Barn Farm Season 2012! We hope your dinners have been enhanced by this year's extended season of fresh produce availability.  It has actually been pretty fun to have an extended season of seeing you all and to enjoy the ambiance in the barn.  Feel free to come park in the parking area in front of the barn. On Friday evening,  we are there until 6pm even though it is dark and the barn door is closed to keep in a little heat - so come on in! Come by Saturday morning from 10am to 2pm for seafood (and all the rest!).  Saturday the farmstand will also be featuring pottery made by the talented Karl Zielgler.  AND Friday, Franklin Honey is dropping off a selection of their soaps that make splendid gifts. I'd say that locally produced soaps, honey, and coffee are truly special gifts - perfect consumables for people that don't need another thing.

 FARMSTAND IN THE BARN

FRIDAY 2PM TO 6PM

SATURDAY 10AM TO 2PM

this weekend, December 14th & 15th and next weekend, December 21st & 22nd 

This weekend’s market is once again a tremendous group effort:

White Barn Farm is serving up:

  • Salad Greens, Kale, Spinach, and succulent Specialty Asian Greens
  • Red and Green Cabbage. try out the recipe page of our website. type "cabbage" in the search box
  • Beets and Turnips. here's a link to a chocolate beet cupcake recipe
  • Leeks, Daikon Radishes, Spanish Black Radishes, and Watermelon Radishes
  • Butternut and Acorn Squash
  • Long Pie Pumpkins. check out Alton Brown's Pumpkin Pie Recipe
  • Bunches of Popcorn on the Cob. this is Chris' epic popcorn video

Medway Community Farm’s Honeymooning Farm Couple is providing:

  • Kohlrabi
  • Rutabaga
  • Savoy Cabbage

From Powisset Farm in Dover

  • Celery Root

Vanguarden CSA of Dover is rounding out the vegetable parade with:

  • Sweet Potatoes
  • Parsnips
  • Napa Cabbage

Burnshirt Valley Farm has stocked our freezer with:

Sheldonville Roasters is bringing:

  • fresh roasted coffee beans

Franklin Honey just dropped off more:

  • local raw honey
  • handcrafted, bee-based soaps

Brambly Farms is delivering:

  • fresh eggs

Laurene Hulbig will have:

  • Wreaths handmade from greens collected here at the farm
  • She has also arranged our dried flowers into bunches for $15
  • If anyone ends up getting engaged this holiday season, check out Laurene's amazing floral design for weddings. She can use White Barn Farm flowers, order from the flower market, or use a combination to create exactly what you dream of.  I cannot stress enough how talented she is.  Plus, she is the perfect combination of fun and professional to work with.

And of course, as always, on Saturdays the farmstand features:

  • Jordan Brothers Seafood
Iggy's Bread is baking:
  • Bread, Baguettes, and Foccacia
  • Croissants and Bagels on Saturday (sorry no sticky buns this week - baby brain forgot to order on time)
Thank you as always!!

Your Farmers and Future Farmer,

Christy, Chris, and Baby Graham

Posted 12/6/2012 2:04pm by Christy and Chris Kantlehner.

Hello Faithful Farm Supporters!

For the last four years, you may have noticed one random December Saturday that White Barn Farm has been descended upon by millions of cars with bike racks on top, a wild course made of fence stakes and caution tape winding around the fields, and thousands of spandex wearing bikers. This is an event put on by my cousin, Thom Parsons, and his cohorts called the Ice Weasels, it is an official CycloCross event and it is a fun and spirited blowout and it is happening this Saturday, December 8th. In the past, we've never been open in the winter, but this year we have too many vegetables to be closed during the races. We are going to be open Friday afternoon from 2pm to 6pm. There will be unimpeded parking and zero chaos during that time.  Feel free to come park in the parking area in front of the barn. If chaos is not your bag, visit us then - we are there until 6pm even though it is dark and the barn door is closed to keep in a little heat - so come on in! If action and excitement is your thing, or if you just plain will stop at nothing to get your fix of fresh produce and seafood, come by Saturday morning from 10am to 2pm.  We're asking the parking coordinators to reserve an area for farmstand shoppers directly across from the front of the house (in front of where we had sunflowers growing this year for anyone who recalls that) - that is , on the side of the street where the tent usually is.  Be patient and take in the fun-loving culture of cyclocross. There will be a couple of food trucks at the race, too, if you feel like having a picnic.


 FARMSTAND IN THE BARN

FRIDAY 2PM TO 6PM

SATURDAY 10AM TO 2PM

This weekend (12/7 and 12/8) and through December 22nd

 

This weekend’s market is once again a tremendous group effort:

Everything but the apples are grown using organic methods.

White Barn Farm is serving up:

Medway Community Farm’s Honeymooning Farm Couple is providing:

  • Kohlrabi
  • Rutabaga

From Powisset Farm in Dover:

  • Carrots
  • Celery Root

Vanguarden CSA of Dover is rounding out the vegetable parade with:

  • Fingerling potatoes
  • Sweet Potatoes
  • Parsnips
  • Napa Cabbage

Burnshirt Valley Farm has stocked our freezer with:

Sheldonville Roasters is bringing:

  • fresh roasted coffee beans

Franklin Honey just dropped off more:

  • local raw honey

Brambly Farms is delivering:

  • fresh eggs

Laurene Hulbig will have:

  • Wreaths handmade from greens collected here at the farm
  • $30 plain, $35 with a bow, and $45 fully gussied up
  • She has also arranged our dried flowers into bunches for $15

And of course, as always, on Saturdays the farmstand features:

  • Jordan Brothers Seafood
The Big Apple has provided:
  • delicious varieties of Wrentham-grown apples
Iggy's Bread is baking:
  • Bread, Baguettes, and Foccacia
  • Croissants, Sticky Buns, and Bagels on Saturday

Thank you as always!!

Your Farmers,

Christy, Chris, and Baby Graham

Posted 11/29/2012 1:27pm by Christy and Chris Kantlehner.

Hello Good Food Lovers!

We hope your Thanksgiving was fabulous. We certainly had a tremendous feast. Now it is holiday spirit time, when we decorate with lights as the days grow shorter and shorter! These short and chilly days really call for comfort food. Warm roasted vegetables, hearty stews, braised meats, rich soups, and sauteed greens. It’s a great time for pumpkin pie with whipped cream – that was my triumphant contribution to the feast this year. It was an Alton Brown recipe with a gingersnap crust – outstanding! Of course it’s also a great time for carrot cake with cream cheese frosting, apple crisp, and beet chocolate cake or cupcakes. All of these delectables can feature locally grown produce.

 FARMSTAND IN THE BARN

FRIDAY 2PM TO 6PM

SATURDAY 10AM TO 2PM

This weekend (11/30 and 12/1) and through December (stay tuned for updates)

 What could we still have in these Arctic temperatures?

White Barn Farm’s full range of produce is winding down but we have fresh greens growing both outdoors and in our new high tunnel and we also have roots in cold storage. 

Luckily, our network of organic growers in the area is able to fill in the gaps!

This weekend’s market is definitely a group effort:

White Barn Farm is serving up:

  • Salad Greens, Kale, Collards, Spinach
  • Red and Green Cabbage
  • Beets and Turnips
  • Leeks and Brussels Sprouts
  • Butternut and Acorn Squash
  • Long Pie Pumpkins
  • Bunches of Popcorn on the Cob

Medway Community Farm’s Honeymooning Farm Couple is providing:

  • Kohlrabi
  • Napa Cabbage
  • Rutabaga

From Powisset Farm in Dover:

  • Carrots

Vanguarden CSA of Dover is rounding out the vegetable parade with:

  • Fingerling potatoes
  • Sweet Potatoes
  • Parsnips

Burnshirt Valley Farm just brought a new motherlode of:

Sheldonville Roasters is bringing:

  • fresh roasted coffee beans

Franklin Honey just dropped off more:

  • local raw honey

Brambly Farms is delivering:

  • fresh eggs

Laurene Hulbig will have

  • decorated holiday wreaths
  • go see her at Chez Pascal's Holiday Show on Hope St. in Providence on Sunday, December 2nd

And of course, as always, on Saturdays the farmstand features:

  • Jordan Brothers Seafood

Thank you as always!!

Your Farmers,

Christy, Chris, and Baby Graham

Posted 11/15/2012 3:46pm by Christy and Chris Kantlehner.
The Annual Thanksgiving Sale is Upon Us! So suddenly!!!! Time flies when all you do is breastfeed.  We will be holding our sale in the barn again and we will be there both Friday and Saturday. We've collaborated with some other local farms to sweeten the deal for you! Hopefully we can facilitate a one-stop locally grown food stop for all your holiday needs! We have bought in organic cranberries, carrots, sweet potatoes, and parsnips for all of your Thanksgiving Classics. We will also have apples for your pies from Wrentham's Big Apple. We will also have the usual treats: the bread, eggs, coffee, and honey; plus bee products, dried flower wreaths and seafood on Saturday.

We count on your patronage for this important fall sale. We hope our produce makes your feast that much more special and delicious. I know we love to look around our table and point out everything that has come from the farm or a friend's farm. People think we are good cooks, but we have a huge head start because everything is so fresh and was raised with care.  Since we are late as usual advertising our sale, we would greatly appreciate it if you would forward this email to anyone who you think may be interested in picking up some produce for the feast or just mention it on facebook or by the good old-fashioned word-of-mouth.

Park either in front of the barn or at the side of the house in an orderly fashion or park at the Roadside Stand as usual and carefully cross the road.


FRIDAY NOVEMBER 16TH, 2PM TO 6PM, WHITE BARN FARMSTAND IN THE BARN

featuring:

  • Burnshirt Valley Farm's Pasture Raised Pork: sausage, cutlets, kabobs, spare ribs, shoulder
  • Caledonia Farm Grass-fed Beef: ground
  • Brambly Farms Eggs
  • Franklin Honey
  • Sheldonville Roasters Coffee
  • White Barn Farm produce - Butternut Squash, Lettuce, Fennel, Beets, Cabbages, Kale, Brussels Sprouts and much more!
  • Powisset Farm Carrots (organically grown in Dover)
  • Vanguarden CSA Fingerling Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes & Parsnips (also organically grown in Dover)
  • Organic Cranberries from Cranberry Hill in Plymouth, MA
  • IGGY'S Bread
  • Macoun, MacIntosh, and Ida Reds and Spencers for Baking, from The Big Apple in Wrentham


SATURDAY NOVEMBER 17TH, 10AM TO 2PM, ANOTHER WHITE BARN FARMSTAND IN THE BARN

featuring:

  • everything above, PLUS:
  • IGGY'S delicious pastries: Sticky Buns, Chocolate, Almond, & Plain Croissants
  • Jordan's Seafood
  • Fresh Herbs grown by Wrentham gardener extraordinaire, Marj Immonen
  • Franklin Honey's Beekeepers with their full line of bee products.
  • Beautiful Decorative Dried Flower Wreaths crafted by Laurene Hulbig, who will also be taking orders for Holiday wreaths.

THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! AS ALWAYS FOR YOUR SUPPORT! We truly value each one of you!

Posted 11/8/2012 2:42pm by Christy and Chris Kantlehner.

What the heck! It's so easy to have our set-up in the barn and we have lots of produce to sell this week. For all of you who are too busy Saturday mornings to come see us, you can come Friday from 2pm to 6pm!


FRIDAY NOVEMBER 9TH, 2PM TO 6PM, WHITE BARN FARMSTAND IN THE BARN

featuring:

  • Burnshirt Valley Farm's Pasture Raised Pork: sausage, cutlets, kabobs, spare ribs, shoulder
  • Puddingstone Organics Eggs
  • Brambly Farms Eggs
  • Franklin Honey
  • Sheldonville Roasters Coffee
  • White Barn Farm produce - Butternut Squash, Lettuce, Fennel, Beets, Cabbages, Kale, and much more!
  • Powisset Farm Carrots (organically grown in Dover)
  • Vanguarden CSA Potatoes & Parsnips (also organically grown in Dover)


SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10TH, 10AM TO 2PM, ANOTHER WHITE BARN FARMSTAND IN THE BARN

featuring:

  • everything above
  • PLUS: IGGY'S Bread and delicious pastries: Sticky Buns, Chocolate, Almond, & Plain Croissants


For all of you suckers for baby updates, Baby Graham is a little angel. He slept in his bouncy chair for two sessions in the greenhouse of breaking up garlic to plant - It all got planted on election day, before this freakish snowstorm. perfect! now here are some pictures:

Bathtime w/ Baby Graham

Our New Family

Ready to Leave the Hospital