Farm Happenings at Riehm Produce Farm
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Farm Happenings at Riehm Produce Farm

RP-Farm Happenings (Delivery #2 Fall/Winter out of 8)

Posted on November 14th, 2019
RPFARMSee our video that was filmed last week before the weather got cold. We are harvesting it now in the cold so that the spinach is sweeter.   Our veggie lovers!! Juliana and Grammie (Diane) Riehm love helping around the farm.  "Healthy soil makes healthier veggies, which... read more »

Farm Happening (1st DELIVERY FALL/WINTER OUT OF 8)

Posted on October 29th, 2019
Watermelon and black radishes, YUM! Listen to the several ways on how to eat them.     Carflex cone is the sweetest lady among the cabbages. She has graceful curves, and silky smooth leaves. The flavor is mild, the texture is tender, and the taste is buttery sweet. Keep in the refrigerator,... read more »

Farm Happening (LAST OF THE 20 WEEK SUMMER DELIVERIES)

Posted on October 9th, 2019
This is the last delivery for the SUMMER 2019 farm share season.  But not the last of the farm happenings.  Of course you know we begin the Fall/Winter farm share deliveries the fist week of November...  BUT DID YOU KNOW that we have a Webinar scheduled for January 3, 2020?  AND 2020... read more »

Farm Happening (19th SUMMER DELIVERY OUT OF 20)

Posted on October 4th, 2019
TO FIND OUT when the season ends, LOOK in the "title" of the FARM HAPPENINGS. (notice today is week #19).  Summer farm share season is for "20 weeks".  Fall/Winter Shares start November 4th. Pick-ups are twice a month.  Do your carrots taste bitter, sometimes?  Carrots... read more »

Farm Happening (18th SUMMER DELIVERY SUMMER)

Posted on September 27th, 2019
TO FIND OUT when the season ends, LOOK in the "title" of the FARM HAPPENINGS. (notice today is week #18).  Summer farm share season is for "20 weeks".  BEFORE THE SUMMER FARM SHARES ARE OVER!  Log into your Harvie account here, Select the "my deliveries"... read more »

Farm Happening (17th DELIVERY SUMMER)

Posted on September 20th, 2019
We are now harvesting the Fall Squashes. Here is a guide to help you decide which type to choose? Just as a tip, I always cook mine in the microwave a bit to make it easier to cut open... then I finish cooking in the oven. * When cooked, the meat of the spaghetti squash falls... read more »

Farm Happening (16th DELIVERY SUMMER)

Posted on September 13th, 2019
Are you enjoying the cherry/grape tomatoes? We've been harvesting them since August 7th, and I have eaten at least a pint every week since because they are so handy to grab. They're just starting to slow down in their production at this point in the season, but I think we can get another week... read more »

Farm Happening (15th DELIVERY SUMMER)

Posted on September 6th, 2019
The pumpkin harvest has started. It is always a FUN time tossing different colors across the field. We will offer some pumpkins for sale on the route soon! Mini painted ones for your desk, and pie pumpkins.  Look for them in your extras list in another week. "Healthy soil makes... read more »

Farm Happening (14th DELIVERY SUMMER)

Posted on August 29th, 2019
We are pleased to tell you that The United Fresh Produce Association conducted our annual G.A.P. inspection a couple of weeks ago. After they dug though our Standard Operating Procedures and Inspected the farm with 40 pages of testing, and 3 hours later they announced that we were certified...YEAH!! GAP (short... read more »