Expanding!  New Ground, New Baby, More Beef

Blessing Falls Farm News - August 2014

Michael, Emily, and Lily

Friends, we've been blessed this summer with the birth of a new baby!  Mom and baby are doing very well and we're so grateful to the Lord for His kindness toward us.

We've continued to expand our weekly produce, egg, and beef deliveries.  In fact, with the steady weekly customers we've had very little left over and haven't been to the markets for a few weeks.  

We're planning a major expansion in 2015.  Another acre has been tilled and will be amended and planted in cover crops throughout the fall.  This will expand our production three fold so we should have plenty for all of you and any friends that may be interested.  See the articles below for details on how our regular deliveries work now.  We envision something similar for this fall and next year.

Our grass fed beef packs sold well and we'll have more beef ready in September.  Please reply if you're interested in more beef packs or possibly buying a half a calf at a greater discount.  

We hope to continue deliveries in August and into the fall. Please contact us or simply reply to this email if you are interested and are not already getting our emails sent to weekly customers.

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North Austin Deliveries for July 2014

We have been blessed with a bountiful harvest this summer and we would love to share it with you!  We're adding a North Austin weekly Tuesday afternoon delivery as a four week vegetable share program throughout July 2014. What you would receive: Over $30 dollars worth of fresh produce each week for four weeks. The vegetables you receive will depend …

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Weekly Produce for Summer and Fall

Here's our vegetable share box for regular customers, July 21-27. We're hoping to continue and expand our weekly deliveries into the fall, offering various size shares.  We also have eggs, beef, and honey that can be added to your order.  Contact us if you'd like more information. Top row, left to right; okra, garlic, scallop squash, eggplant, cantaloupe, watermelon Bottom row; …

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