Farm Happenings at Riehm Produce Farm
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Farm Happening (16th DELIVERY SUMMER)

Posted on September 13th, 2019 by Diane Riehm

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 or two out of them. 

Do you know all the colors and types of peppers that Farmer Phil grows? 

Take a tour on this one minute video. 

"Healthy soil makes healthier veggies, which makes a healthier you." - Farmer, Phil Riehm. 

Watch Farmer John who is out in our fields with the workers harvesting onions. 

You would not believe how many onions we planted, ABOUT 50,000! 

Not all of them made it because of the heavy rains we experienced this year. 

We are pleased that about 3/4 of the crop made it!!!

Watch the video to the end...we pick them by the wagon loads! 

Barnyard Fun is getting closer!

The pigs have arrived and are training for the races!

Come join in some family fun, "starting weekends" on September 28th.

Fun Fact, did you know that pigs don't sweat? That's why they root around in the mud.

To find out more... 

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Barnyard Fun & Corn Maze Weekends September 28 – October 27 


Fall/Winter farm shares are OH SO GOOD!

Many of the veggies taste sweeter when the colder temperatures hit them.

Pick-up dates are Twice (2) a month from November to February.

Enough to use for 2 weeks since most of the veggies like carrots and potatoes keep well. 

Fall/Winter farm shares are now ready for you to sign up.



September 16 - 21

FRUIT FORECAST PREDICTION - This week Fredonia grapes which are VERY FLAVORFUL, and worth spitting the seeds out.  And Bartlett pears.

COFFEE SHARES - The coffee for this share will be Guatemala Antigua. It is a medium roast, medium bodied coffee with notes of "milk chocolate" and "honey".

BREAD SHARES - Oatmeal  Maple.  Look for your recipe inside the bag.  ALWAYS the best ideas.

Your farmers,

Phil, John & Diane,


“We help busy people get weekly, farm fresh meals on the table so they feel healthy and full of ideas as to what’s for dinner.”