Farm Happenings at Mad Radish Farm
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Farm Happenings at Mad Radish Farm

Final Week of Fall for 22 & Thanksgiving Produce Box

Posted on November 13th, 2022
Well, that's a wrap! This is the final week of the fall/full season share for 2022. It is now time to reflect on the past season and look to 2023. Some of you have asked about signing up for next season and auto-renew. We are still working on the season set up and we don't yet have our delivery... read more »

Thanksgiving Produce box!

Posted on November 11th, 2022
We are offering a Thanksgiving Produce Box available for pre-order now!  Pick up your box at one of the following locations on TUES Nov 22nd: --Mad Radish Farm 1991 George St Dover PA, 8 am - 8 pm -- Eagleview Farmers Market, 570 Wellington Square, Exton PA 3 - 6:30 pm  --Nine Pines Farm,... read more »

November heat wave means broccoli is ready!

Posted on November 6th, 2022
Broccoli update - Broccoli is IN in a big way this week, there's a lot - BUT it's got some minimal spotting on some heads so I wanted to be sure to mention it. You might see a very small brown spot or two on your broccoli this week. It's perfectly edible and we think they're due to the long stretch of... read more »

2023 CSA and Other Thoughts

Posted on October 30th, 2022
The weekly Sunday morning field walk is particularly enjoyable this time of year. It is the time of the week that I make both the weekly to do list and the harvest list for CSA. The November to do list is much shorter and more manageable than the June to do list, which gives us a chance to take a real... read more »

Fall Cooking

Posted on October 26th, 2022
Cooking in fall is one of my favorite things. Simmering a pot of broth on the stove...braising a pastured cut of meat raised by friends in the oven...or even baking a simple pizza with fresh garlic and mozzerella is so much more enjoyable when there's a chill in the air. Kind of makes you want to pour... read more »

Fall Cooking

Posted on October 23rd, 2022
Cooking in fall is one of my favorite things. Simmering a pot of broth on the stove...braising a pastured cut of meat raised by friends in the oven...or even baking a simple pizza with fresh garlic and mozzerella is so much more enjoyable when there's a chill in the air. Kind of makes you want to pour... read more »

Broccoli and more on the way...

Posted on October 15th, 2022
A Saturday field walk revealed some crops coming along for the late fall and winter season. Broccoli, though much later than we were hoping for, is starting to head up finally. You'll see this hit share boxes in a couple of weeks and hopefully continue into the winter share season. Spinach is planted... read more »

Fall and Winter Bed Prep

Posted on October 8th, 2022
We're really excited because we're picking up two super exciting things this week....a brand-new hoophouse !!, and a row mulcher!! The hoophouse we were able to fund partially with an EQIP grant from the NRCS, and it will allow us to significantly expand our current winter production capacity. We're... read more »

Fall Traditions, CSA Survey, and Winter CSA Updates

Posted on October 2nd, 2022
Does your family have any fall traditions? Maybe it is pumpkin carving, decorating your home with gourds or dried flowers, apple picking, or a spooky movie night? It could even be as basic as a favorite soup recipe you make to welcome the change of season. Traditions are so unique to individual... read more »