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2023 CSA Week 23

Updated: Nov 5, 2023

Just two more weeks! For biweekly shares in Group A, this is the final week of the CSA season. Be sure to use up all of your store credits by the end of the season!


Winter/Spring CSA sign-up is happening now! Sign up now so you don't miss out on any weeks. The season begins November 29. Note: you may need to log out of your account to view the sign-up page.


This week's features

  • Sweet potatoes

  • Cauliflower

  • Various crisp fall lettuce and greens

  • Moose Family Farm updated their beef and chicken inventory

  • Lamb from Hazy Hollow Farm

  • Thanksgiving Turkeys for preorder



Farm News

Things are bustling at Bushel & a Peck Farm. Our store, Philson & Friends Artisanal Wares, at Grove City Premium Outlets has been open for three weeks. We are a seasonal store filled with locally-made products from small and home-based businesses and farms. You can find us at #1230 this year, in the very last aisle next to adidas. I spent all day Thursday filtering and bottling maple syrup for the store and CSA. We are also finishing up a large round top equipment building on our farm where we will store and work on tractors and farm equipment. Hundreds of grass fed sheep and cattle require a lot of hay, which requires a lot of equipment and maintenance. Our animals will remain on pasture into December. During the growing season we practice rotational grazing, which means we move them to a new portion of the pasture every day or two. But during the winter they are fed hay.


Howard at Mickley Organic Farm has been busy harvesting fall grains and planting grains to over winter. He has also been digging sweet potatoes and potatoes this week.


Recipes

Healthy Fall Salad made with kale, butternut squash, and apples


Apple Broccoli Cauliflower Salad with a creamy dressing



Sweet Potato Chowder with sweet potatoes and kale in a creamy broth (dairy or dairy free)


If this is your final week of 2023 CSA, we want to thank you for supporting our small farms with your food dollars.


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