Full Frig and growing crops

post by: Debbie Fields June 28, 2016

Hi Folks,

The grey refrigerator is full today of eggs, carrots, scallions, lettuce mix, Swiss chard and a couple kinds of kale, including a new variety for us, blue scotch which is quite tender.

The field crops are growing quickly with our warm weather. We are hoping for a bumper crop of broccoli with in a couple weeks. Garlic will also be coming out early this year.

Please use extra care coming Down the driveway this summer. We have had several new additions to the family. Two new grandchildren arrived in November who are beginning to be quite mobile and a new golden retriever puppy arrived last week. Come on by there’s lots of life happening on the farm!

Veggies, eggs and starts

post by: Debbie Fields June 9, 2016

Hi Folks,

This week on Fields Farm we harvested lovely sweet carrots, the first beets of the season, tender garlic scapes, lettuce mix and arugula for the farm stand. Eggs are available and we keep urging the girls to lay more. There are raspberry, hop, a variety of tomato and squash starts for your garden. Come on by.

Tomatoes and more

post by: Debbie Fields May 28, 2016

We have a variety of tomatoes starts, including heirloom varieties of Black Cherry, Chocolate Cherry, Pruden’s Purple,Pink Brandy wine, Cherokee Purple as well as hybrid Sungold Cherry. We have squash,cucumber, parsley and onion starts. It’s a great weekend to start your garden!

Tomato,squash and parsley starts

post by: Debbie Fields May 12, 2016

We are busy transplanting and have a few extra starts. Currently we have some heirloom Pruden’s Purple tomato, a full sized slicer and a heirloom Black Cherry tomato, a few zucchini, parsley and mixed onion. The frig is packed with lettuce mix, elegance greens, cilantro and eggs. On the table is a couple quarts and pints of honey.


post by: Debbie Fields April 26, 2016

Hi Folks,
The refrigerator is full of eggs, lettuce mix, arugula, spinach and elegance greens mix. There’s honey on the table. If you are a Locavore shopper you are welcome to come to the farm stand while Locavore is closed for moving. They will be reopening on May 4th at their new location on Revere and 3rd street.

This week

post by: Debbie Fields April 19, 2016

Hi Folks,
This week at Fields Farm we’ve been wrestling with an irrigation system but yahoo it’s up and running. We packed the refrigerator in the sales shed with lettuce mix, arugula, spinach, elegance greens mix and eggs. Honey is available on the table. 

Greens, greens, greens

post by: Debbie Fields April 12, 2016

Well spring has sprung and after a lovely train trip Jim and I came home to GREENS, spinach, arugula, elegance greens and lettuce mix. They are tender and delicious. The hens also are quite happy with warm days and are laying those beautiful eggs. The farmstand is open daylight hours. Come on by and help yourself.

Even though it doesn’t feel like it, it is spring

post by: Debbie Fields March 21, 2016

Yes it’s been chilly but our crops tucked in the greenhouses have been growing.  CSA shares bare available, $660 for a large share and $390 for a small share.  The girls have been laying eggs quite regularly for a reliable supply of eggs at the farm stand. If you’re interested in honey come to the house we’re still keeping it inside. There are lots of projects going on here at the farm including a new irrigation system that will enable us to save water.

CSA shares, honey and eggs

post by: Debbie Fields February 20, 2016

CSA shares for 2016 are available for $660 for a large share and $390 for a small share. A large share will have 9 to 12 items, a small share 6 to 9 items in a weekly bag from the 3rd week in May through the last week in October. Along with a few extras as weather allows.
Last fall the first honey was harvested from hives here on Fields Farm. For those of you who use local honey to help control seasonal allergies or if you just like a delicious light honey we’ll have pints of honey for $11 in the sales shed by mid week.  With the recent warm weather the hens think it’s spring and are laying well. Eggs are in the grey frig.
Planting has began and the onion starts are up. We are hoping for another bountiful year.

Winter greetings

post by: Debbie Fields December 15, 2015

Hi folks,
Winter is here and we have closed the farmstand til spring due to the frequent well below freezing temperatures. However we do still have some vegetables in storage. If you would like any of these veggies please email or call your order and we will pack and label a bag for you.
Onions – 10lbs for $9 or 20lbs for $15
Leeks – 3 to 4 leek bunch $3
Potatoes(yellows, reds or blues) 10lbs for $10
Georgian Crystal garlic – $2.50/head
We wish you all happy holidays and winter solstice after which we willhave longer days. Yeah!
Debbie and Jim