Pennington's This Week

As of SUNday,  MAY 26TH...

THE PENNINGTON FARM WILL BE OPEN FOR PYO STRAWBERRIES & HERBS ONLY ON MONDAY, MAY 27TH, MEMORIAL DAY, FROM 9:30AM-3PM!!!

The office is closed today, and the Distribution Center/PYO fields are open from 8:30am-3pm.

In the Distribution Center today, we may have spicy mix, lettuce mix & head lettuce. Kale, cilantro, hakurei turnips and boc choi may be in a choice group. 

PENNINGTON STRAWBERRIES ARE RIPE ENOUGH FOR PICKING TODAY, FOR MEMBERS WITH PYO PRIVILEGES IN PENNINGTON, INCLUDING BOXED SHARE MEMBERS.   THE STRAWBERRIES HAVE A DISEASE WHICH WILL EFFECT THE YIELDS OF THE BERRIES. PLEASE REFRIGERATE AND EAT AS SOON AS POSSIBLE AFTER PICKING!

PYO strawberry quantities are:

Deluxe/Family-2 quarts

Premium-1 quart + 1 pint

Individual/Basic-1 quart 

Personal-1 pint

MEMBERSHIP CARDS HAVE NOT COME BACK FROM THE PRINTER YET.

Confirmation emails with Boxed Share pick-up locations are being sent by Monday for the weekday deliveries.The delivery schedule for Boxed Shares is:

If your pick-up day is....then your first pick-up is

Saturday, May 25

Sunday, May 26

Tuesday, May 28

Wednesday, May 29

Thursday, May 30

PYO herbs include thyme, oregano, anise hyssop & chives.  Please read the Pennington Handbook, by downloading, printing & assembling.

Our 2019 Pennington membership application is online now and we still have memberships available! The Boxed Share applications are downloadable from this page. Please read our latest newsletter HERE.

This Week's Pennington Markets

Thursday, May 30-2-7pm

Dogwood Farms of Hillsborough, NJ will be offering their certified organic chicken eggs and whole fresh chickens, as well as beef, lamb, salsas, their full line of pestos, tomato sauces, hot sauces, Bloody Mary mix, raviolis and fresh pastas. They will have Morganics oats and flour for sale! 

Friday, May 31-9am-1pm

Honey Brook Organic Farm is selling CSA shares for 2019 at the market, and members may pay by using credit card, check or cash.  

Neshanic Station Apiaries are located in the lovely Neshanic River Valley in Somerset County, NJ, with bee yards in Neshanic Station, Readington and Hillsborough. NJ. They believe food should be fresh and local & their honey is 100% raw, which means it is not filtered or heated, and you receive the full nutritional benefits. Nectar from more than a million flowers goes into each pound. They will also feature soaps, beauty products and other items made with honey and wax from their hives!

Joanna of Purely Farm's Naturally Pasture-Raised Meats features their own pasture-raised meat offerings including sausage such as their signature Killer Kielbasi & Purple Rain, which is a unique blend of grated organic beets, imported French feta and of course, Purely Pork. With Memorial Day right around the corner, Purely Farm is offering Smokin' Ribs, St. Louis style (for recreational use only).  They are insanely easy to prepare and ridiculously delicious to devour.  Less than 15 minutes and you're on your way to a Purely Porkish high!  Get ready to redefine finger lickin' good!  Unsmoked ribs are also available for those of you with more time on your hands.

Sugar Maple Jerseys Heidi Kovacs, a 38-year-old single mom of two little girls, is the sole owner of this local dairy and a first generation dairy farmer. She started this farm 5 1/2 years ago with a small loan and big dreams. Sugar Maple Jerseys is a small registered jersey herd located in Stockton, New Jersey. Heidi milks 35 to 40 jerseys twice a day, every day and has small batches of cheese made by hand from her jersey milk. She provides customers with high quality dairy products at an affordable price while having excellent animal care, by managing a pasture-based, primarily grass-fed herd. Her milk is always antibiotic and hormone free and the products she will be selling include raw milk cheddar, flavored cheddars, aged Gouda, hand-made butter, mozzarella, feta and cheddar cheese curds.  




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