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

Farm Happenings (#11 SUMMER DELIVERY out of 20)

Posted on August 12th, 2021
  So many seasonal veggies are being harvested at Riehm's Produce Farm, especially in the month of August. Want to stock up now and savor the taste of summer all winter long? Try freezing! A convenient way to store veggies so you can later take out as much or as little as you want to... read more »

Farm Happenings (#11 DELIVERY SUMMER out of 20)

Posted on August 4th, 2021
  Farmer Phil wants us to teach you how to make spaghetti sauce from Heirloom Tomatoes. He is running a special THIS WEEK- Flat pack 20# Heirloom Tomatoes - Special Price $40 (regular $100) Pushing these out the door quick to keep the plants picked off and growing strong to keep... read more »

Farm Happening (#10 SUMMER DELIVERY out of 20)

Posted on July 28th, 2021
  Heirloom tomatoes are finally here. They offer an intense flavor that puts them in a class of their own. Different varieties and flavors are Farmer Phil's favorites! Don't mind the cracks because they are a rich source of vitamin C, which helps nourish the adrenal glands and reduces... read more »

Farm Happenings (#9 SUMMER DELIVERY out of 20)

Posted on July 22nd, 2021
  Have you noticed there are more choices on your customization page this time of year? Example: Sweet corn was not an option this past week in my selections when it was time to customize. BUT I was able hit the swap arrows and see that sweet corn was available. Without hesitation... read more »

Farm Happening (8th DELIVERY SUMMER out of 20)

Posted on July 13th, 2021
We started getting our greenhouses ready for Winter production!  These trees below were harvested from our land this spring. They are now being sawed into lumber to make permanent raised beds in the greenhouses. This will save us from walking on the growing areas with controlled pathways. Thus,... read more »

Farm Happening (7th DELIVERY SUMMER out of 20)

Posted on July 8th, 2021
  Double duty this week! Baling straw from the wheat field and laying those bales between the newly planted strawberry plants for weed control. Our hope is to harvest more of your Favorite Fruits by increasing our production of strawberries in the fields next year. Woo Hoo! Several... read more »

Farm Happening (6th DELIVERY SUMMER of 20)

Posted on July 1st, 2021
  How does a cucumber become a pickle?  It goes through a jarring process! We know we may be in quite a pickle after that joke, but for the next several weeks we will be harvesting CUCUMBERS. Time to start thinking about meal prepping since there's so many different ways you can... read more »

Farm Happening (5th DELIVERY SUMMER out of 20)

Posted on June 24th, 2021
  One thing we want to ask God when we get to heaven is... "Why are peas GREEN?" They are much harder to pick when the vine is the same color! Since the picking has ready to end, we'll just reminisce about the question again next summer... BUT...Lettuce is in abundances right now!... read more »

Farm Happening (4th DELIVERY SUMMER)

Posted on June 17th, 2021
Rain, rain go away.  Crazy how fast the rain came last week!  Listen as Farmer Phil explains the process of pumping out 4-5 inches of rain from our vegetable field into the ditch.   Always saving the day! Unfortunately, the spinach crop did not survive well enough to... read more »