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Posted 6/7/2012 3:21pm by Randy Warren.

We will have available our own fresh picked rhubarb, sugar snap peas, swiss chard, lettuce  and asparagus.  We have our own handmade herbal soaps, maple syrup from Spring Harvest Maple Farm, and Scott Young's nature prints. We also have a selection of sea shells and minerals for sale. We remain busy cutting firewood for those who wish to save money by picking up their own wood for the 2012/2013 winter heating season. Our 16" cut & split & stacked firewood is $140.00 per cord. Our 16" round (unsplit) is $110.00 per cord. 

Posted 6/4/2012 3:09pm by Randy Warren.

We will have available our own fresh picked rhubarb, sugar snap peas, swiss chard and a  limited amount of lettuce. Our asparagus has stopped due to the cold weather and will restart in a couple days.  We have our own handmade herbal soaps, maple syrup from Spring Harvest Maple Farm, and Scott Young's nature prints. We also have a selection of sea shells and minerals for sale. We remain busy cutting firewood for those who wish to save money by picking up their own wood for the 2012/2013 winter heating season. Our 16" cut & split & stacked firewood is $140.00 per cord. Our 16" round (unsplit) is $110.00 per cord. 

  As we turn from May to June we have been given a glimpse of the summer crops and wish to update our customers.  We are nearing the end of asparagus season but expect to harvest for another week. Sugar snaps are forming pods so we expect to have fresh picked sugar snaps within a week. Our hours vary so check the website or call the farm phone at 603-868-2001 for current hours. We currently have fresh picked lettuce and rhubarb also. Tomatoes, sweet corn, summer squash, zucchini, cukes, green beans and swiss chard are planted and growing well. We continue to have our handmade herbal soaps, maple syrup from Spring Hill Maple farm inBarrington, and nature prints by Scott Young available at our farmstand. We still have a few garlic from 2011 and expect garlic scapes in two to three weeks and fresh garlic in early July. After drying we have cured garlic from late July through the Christmas season.  I made the decision to not continue strawberries due to the numerous issues last year, including the June weather, thus we will not have strawberries this year. Mother Nature decided that we would not have raspberries this year. Sometime during the warm winter, the raspberries came out of dormancy and the bearing canes were severely damaged. All varieties and locations on our farm were equally damaged. We will not have pick your own raspberries available and expect a few already picked as the few canes that survived will have fruit. But even these will be a small quantity. We continue to work on the wildlife habitat and are yarding firewood also. I have added a page on the wildlife habitat on the website. It is called Wildlife Habitat Work. I will update this page as our work continues. The Christmas Trees are in great shape and the weather has been excellent for the tree growth. We expect an increase in salable trees this year. We look forward to seeing our customers  as you are the biggest asset we have at the Warren Farm.


Posted 5/29/2012 2:45pm by Randy Warren.

We will have available our own fresh picked lettuce, rhubarb, sugar snap peas, and a very limited amount of asparagus. We have our own handmade herbal soaps, maple syrup from Spring Harvest Maple Farm, and Scott Young's nature prints. We also have a selection of sea shells and minerals for sale. We remain busy cutting firewood for those who wish to save money by picking up their own wood for the 2012/2013 winter heating season. Our 16" cut & split & stacked firewood is $140.00 per cord. Our 16" round (unsplit) is $110.00 per cord. 

     As we turn from May to June we have been given a glimpse of the summer crops and wish to update our customers.  We are nearing the end of asparagus season but expect to harvest for another week. Sugar snaps are forming pods so we expect to have fresh picked sugar snaps within a week. Our hours vary so check the website or call the farm phone at 603-868-2001 for current hours. We currently have fresh picked lettuce and rhubarb also. Tomatoes, sweet corn, summer squash, zucchini, cukes, green beans and swiss chard are planted and growing well. We continue to have our handmade herbal soaps, maple syrup from Spring Hill Maple farm inBarrington, and nature prints by Scott Young available at our farmstand. We still have a few garlic from 2011 and expect garlic scapes in two to three weeks and fresh garlic in early July. After drying we have cured garlic from late July through the Christmas season.  I made the decision to not continue strawberries due to the numerous issues last year, including the June weather, thus we will not have strawberries this year. Mother Nature decided that we would not have raspberries this year. Sometime during the warm winter, the raspberries came out of dormancy and the bearing canes were severely damaged. All varieties and locations on our farm were equally damaged. We will not have pick your own raspberries available and expect a few already picked as the few canes that survived will have fruit. But even these will be a small quantity. We continue to work on the wildlife habitat and are yarding firewood also. I have added a page on the wildlife habitat on the website. It is called Wildlife Habitat Work. I will update this page as our work continues. The Christmas Trees are in great shape and the weather has been excellent for the tree growth. We expect an increase in salable trees this year. We look forward to seeing our customers  as you are the biggest asset we have at the Warren Farm. 

Posted 5/29/2012 10:16am by Eleanor Kane.

      As we turn from May to June we have been given a glimpse of the summer crops and wish to update our customers.  We are nearing the end of asparagus season but expect to harvest for another week. Sugar snaps are forming pods so we expect to have fresh picked sugar snaps within a week. Our hours vary so check the website or call the farm phone at 603-868-2001 for current hours. We currently have fresh picked lettuce and rhubarb also. Tomatoes, sweet corn, summer squash, zucchini, cukes, green beans and swiss chard are planted and growing well. We continue to have our handmade herbal soaps, maple syrup from Spring Hill Maple farm inBarrington, and nature prints by Scott Young available at our farmstand. We still have a few garlic from 2011 and expect garlic scapes in two to three weeks and fresh garlic in early July. After drying we have cured garlic from late July through the Christmas season.  I made the decision to not continue strawberries due to the numerous issues last year, including the June weather, thus we will not have strawberries this year. Mother Nature decided that we would not have raspberries this year. Sometime during the warm winter, the raspberries came out of dormancy and the bearing canes were severely damaged. All varieties and locations on our farm were equally damaged. We will not have pick your own raspberries available and expect a few already picked as the few canes that survived will have fruit. But even these will be a small quantity. We continue to work on the wildlife habitat and are yarding firewood also. I have added a page on the wildlife habitat on the website. It is called Wildlife Habitat Work. I will update this page as our work continues. The Christmas Trees are in great shape and the weather has been excellent for the tree growth. We expect an increase in salable trees this year. We look forward to seeing our customers  as you are the biggest asset we have at the Warren Farm. 

Posted 5/28/2012 1:55pm by Randy Warren.

We will have available our own fresh picked asparagus, lettuce, rhubarb, handmade herbal soaps, garlic from 2011, maple syrup from Spring Harvest Maple Farm, and Scott Young's nature prints. We expect to have  sugar snap peas within the next  week.   We also have a selection of sea shells and minerals for sale. We remain busy cutting firewood for those who wish to save money by picking up their own wood for the 2012/2013 winter heating season. Our 16" cut & split & stacked firewood is $140.00 per cord. Our 16" round (unsplit) is $110.00 per cord. 

Posted 5/27/2012 1:25pm by Randy Warren.

We will have available our own fresh picked asparagus, lettuce, rhubarb, handmade herbal soaps, garlic from 2011, maple syrup from Spring Harvest Maple Farm, and Scott Young's nature prints. We expect to have  sugar snap peas within the next  week.   We also have a selection of sea shells and minerals for sale. We remain busy cutting firewood for those who wish to save money by picking up their own wood for the 2012/2013 winter heating season. Our 16" cut & split & stacked firewood is $140.00 per cord. Our 16" round (unsplit) is $110.00 per cord. 

Posted 5/26/2012 12:07pm by Randy Warren.

We will have available our own fresh picked asparagus, lettuce, rhubarb, handmade herbal soaps, garlic from 2011, maple syrup from Spring Harvest Maple Farm, and Scott Young's nature prints. We expect to have  sugar snap peas within the next two weeks.   We also have a selection of sea shells and minerals for sale. We remain busy cutting firewood for those who wish to save money by picking up their own wood for the 2012/2013 winter heating season. Our 16" cut & split & stacked firewood is $140.00 per cord. Our 16" round (unsplit) is $110.00 per cord. 

Posted 5/19/2012 1:36pm by Randy Warren.

We will have available our own fresh picked asparagus, lettuce, rhubarb, handmade herbal soaps, garlic from 2011, maple syrup from Spring Harvest Maple Farm, and Scott Young's nature prints. We expect to have  sugar snap peas within the next two weeks.   We also have a selection of sea shells and minerals for sale. We remain busy cutting firewood for those who wish to save money by picking up their own wood for the 2012/2013 winter heating season. Our 16" cut & split & stacked firewood is $140.00 per cord. 

Posted 5/12/2012 1:40pm by Randy Warren.

We will have available our own fresh picked asparagus, rhubarb, handmade herbal soaps, garlic from 2011, maple syrup from Spring Harvest Maple Farm, and Scott Young's nature prints.  We also have a selection of sea shells and minerals for sale. We remain busy cutting firewood for those who wish to save money by picking up their own wood for the 2012/2013 winter heating season. Our 16" cut & split & stacked firewood is $140.00 per cord. 

Posted 5/11/2012 8:39am by Randy Warren.

We will have available our own fresh picked asparagus, handmade herbal soaps, garlic from 2011, maple syrup from Spring Harvest Maple Farm, and Scott Young's nature prints.  We remain busy cutting firewood for those who wish to save money by picking up their own wood for the 2012/2013 winter heating season. Our 16" cut & split & stacked firewood is $140.00 per cord. 

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