Visit Us at the Green Fair This Weekend!

In Chickens, General Farm News, Heritage Turkeys, Pigs on April 13, 2009 at 6:39 pm

  • It is going to be a great green weekend in Greenfield this weekend!

Join us at the 6th annual Greenfield Green Fair! Vsitors will tour lots of environmental displays, presentations, demonstrations, kids activities, and learn about environmentally friendly products and services. Attendees will have the opportunity to purchase Wells Tavern Farm free range chicken eggs, Grassfed Belted Galloway Beef and Gloucestershire Old Spots Pork products.  While you learn about reducing your impact on the Earth, reducing your food miles, reusing and recycling, think ahead to your Thanksgiving and green it up by eating alocally raised, heritage Turkey from Wells Tavern Farm.  We will be accepting reservations for Thanksgiving Turkeys at the Green Fair this weekend. 

Attend Saturday or Sunday, from 10 to 5 each day.  Attend informational workshops and browse local vendors’ wares.  You can see details here.

  • Farm News: The heirloom tomato seeds are beginning to sprout.  The Light Brahma Chicks are hatching.  The Goslings are growing faster than the New England weeds this spring!  Our new farm banner will be traveling with us to the Green Fair this weekend.
  • If anyone is interested in local DUCK meat, (whole) please express your interest soon.  We will have a limited amount of duck available in a few weeks.  Call or email for duck.
  • Compost is in limited quanitites. Delivery up to 25 miles, at $35 a cubic yard.

Say hi this weekend.  See you!


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