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Posted 12/5/2009 4:22pm by Eleanor Kane.

The farm is open 6 days per week, closed on Mondays. Hours are 9am to dusk which is about 4:30pm. We had a very busy day today despite the weather this afternoon and are making more fir wreaths tonight.

I need to mention that the road out to the new West Field of Christmas trees became very rutted and slippery as the day progressed. This resulted in the need to close down the road but not the field. Walking up to the West Field takes about 5 minutes and people were happy to walk up.  We had 4 dump truck loads of gravel placed on the road this week and hoped this would not occur. What we did not foresee was that the road would get rutted up at the far end instead of where we dumped all the gravel. This is where we had the most problems today and I must apologize to any person that had a hard time getting thru the road. 

We have plenty of fir balsam, blue spruce and concolor firs up to 8 foot tall however the best selection is 5 -7 'tall.   All cut your own trees are $35.00 each.  The pre-cut trees have been fully stocked this morning and they range in price from 10- 35 dollars. We supply saws, twine, netting and a bough pile. Complimentary hot mulled cider on weekends only. I have many soaps in stock and most of them are unwrapped which is the least expensive way to purchase them and the most sustainable howover, I have wrapped several varieties and they look nice.  New this season is our mail order soaps. It is now possible to order soaps thru our website and I will ship them for you.

For payment we accept cash, checks, visa and mastercard.

Posted 12/4/2009 12:23pm by Eleanor Kane.

The farm is open 6 days per week, closed on Mondays. Hours are 9am to dusk which is about 4:30pm. We have plenty of fir balsam, blue spruce and concolor firs up to 8 foot tall. All cut your own trees are $35.00 each.  Randy has been very busy making many balsam fir, mixed fir, and blue spruce wreaths. I have made plenty of door swags.  The pre-cut trees have been fully stocked this morning and they range in price from 10- 35 dollars. We supply saws, twine, netting and a bough pile. Complimentary hot mulled cider on weekends only. I have many soaps in stock and most of them are unwrapped which is the least expensive way to purchase them and the most sustainable. New this season in our mail order soaps. It is now possible to order soaps thru our website and I will ship them for you.

Posted 11/27/2009 2:26pm by Eleanor Kane.

WARREN FARM CHRISTMAS TREE SEASON 2009

 

Our 53rd “ Cut Your Own” Christmas Tree Season is about to begin. We have the best selection of 5-9 foot Fir balsam, Blue Spruce and Concolor Fir trees that we have had in quite a few years. We have improved the road to our newest tree patch (west field) and added a parking area. This field is well stocked with balsam fir and blue spruce trees up to 8 ft. Our old patch (back field) has a selection of Concolor fir, Blue Spruce, and Balsam Fir up to 9 ft.  Beginning Saturday November 21 we will be open 6 days/week, 9am to dusk. We are closed every Monday and Thanksgiving day. You are welcome to cut your tree beginning 11/21 however the free bow pile and hot mulled cider ( cider on weekends only) won’t start until the day after Thanksgiving, 11/ 27.

 

Our “Cut Your Own” price is $35.00 per tree. We will also have available “already cut trees” priced from $10 to $35 per tree.  Saws, netting and twine are provided.

 

We have begun making our Christmas Wreaths and expect to have a nice selection of wreaths and door swags. Randy’s wreath designs include Fir Balsam, Mixed Fir, Blue Spruce, and White Pine.  Heather is decorating a selection of wreaths and can also handle special requests.  This year she is also making fir wreaths wound together with a twig base and rose hips.  They have a wild country look and will look great beyond the holidays.

 

At the farmstand we have local maple syrup in ½ pt, pint, and quart containers, quite a few varieties of potatoes from Heron Pond Farm in South Hampton and everlasting dried flower wreaths.   We are well stocked with our own naturally made soaps and will offer them packaged and unpackaged.  All soaps are vegan and contain no animal products except for our three varieties of goat’s milk soap. Now you can order soaps online thru our website and we will ship them for you.   Go to warrenfarmnh.com for more information, photos and a list of soaps available for shipping. Ship any amount of soap for only $5 shipping fee.  

 

At Warren Farm our best asset is our customers.  We welcome your continued support whether for a tree, wreath, soap products, or other goods. Please feel free to stroll thru our tree patches for just the right tree.  People do bring their dogs, on a leash please.

 

Warren Farm is located two miles west of the Lee traffic circle off route 4 on Warren Road. Call the farm phone anytime @ 603.868.2001 or check out our website at warrenfarmnh.com for more information. Mapquest is available at the website.

Posted 11/13/2009 6:03pm by Eleanor Kane.

We are open the weekend of November 14th and 15th from 10am to 4pm.  We still have lettuce, tomatoes, swiss chard, and 8 varieties of potatoes which include white, Nicola Gold, Satina Gold, Red Norlands, Russetts, Blue Adirondacks, French red fingerlings and yellow Russan  Banana fingerlings. The fingerlings are sold in quart boxes for $5 each and hold about 2.5 lbs.  All other potatoes are sold in 5lb bags for $4.50 and 10lb bags for $8.

We have dried hot ristra peppers sold either seperately or by the plant for $6 each.

Next week, November 21st will be the last of the Northwood indoor farmer's markets. We will have a booth there as well as be open here at the farm. Starting on the 21st we will have freshly made fir, mixed fir and blue spruce wreaths and all sorts of handmade soaps.

 

 

Posted 10/30/2009 9:48am by Eleanor Kane.

I reserved space to sell our products at the Northwood Indoor Farmers Market Oct 24th, November 7th and November 21st.  It is held in the Masonic Lodge right on the corner of rt 4 and 202. What a nice space to have a market! It was nice and warm and dry!  There is plenty of parking next to the building at the Park and Ride.  There was a great selection of fresh produce including onions, beets, carrots, brocolli, swiss chard, many types of potatoes and winter squash, turnips, pumpkins, apples, local raw honey, local wines, fresh made goatsmilk cheeses, handmande soaps, local pottery, local jams, leeks and more. This was the first of 3 indoor markets scheduled so far and we are hoping to get the word out about the next 2 markets held on Nov 7th and Nov 21st from 9am to noon.

At the farm we have tomatoes, several varieties of lettuce, swiss chard, dried hot peppers, apples, fingerling potatoes and large red and white potatoes, and handmade soap. We are open Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 4pm.

Randy and Earl have been preparing for Christmas tree season and the fields look great. This year we will be opening our new field which has many fir balsams, blue spruce trees and concolor firs. The back fields still have many trees and they have really filled out and grew in height. We have many trees up to 8 foot and 9 foot this year. The price per Cut Your Own Tree will be same as the last 2 years $35 per tree. As always we will have a selection of Already Cut Trees ranging in price from $10 - $35.  Our handmade wreaths will be available the weekend before Thanksgiving and right up thru December 24th.  Our holiday farmstand hours will be 9am to dark, 6 days per week, and closed on Mondays. These hours will begin the weekend before Thanksgiving and go right up thru December 24th.

Call 603.868.2001 anytime if you have questions or to hear Randy on the machine

 

 

 

Posted 10/20/2009 4:35pm by Eleanor Kane.

Our new farmstand hours are Wednesday 12 noon to 6pm and Saturday and Sunday 10am to 4pm.  We are closed on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.

We have Tomatoes, 4 varieties of lettuce, swiss chard, 4 varieties of potatoes, hot peppers, Macoun apples and a new type of Macintosh apples.

The Northwood Indoor Farmers Market will be on Oct 24th, Nov 7th and Nov 21st. All run from 9am to 12 noon.  I will be at this indoor farmers market and Randy will be open at our farmstand at home.  I will be stocked with the same varieties of produce listed above at our farmstand and other producers will be offering  jams, jellies, salsa, naturally raised beef (on Nov 21st only), eggs, chicken, wool, hand made cold process soaps and glycerin soaps, maple products, crafts, local wine.

Posted 10/16/2009 8:41am by Eleanor Kane.

The farmstand is open today and thru the weekend. Today the hours are 11am - 6pm and Saturday and Sunday 10am - 4pm.  Saturday and Sunday we are holding a 3 family yardsale during farmstand hours. We have not decided about the hours for next week, although we will be closed Monday and Tuesday as usual for this time of year.  If customer demand is high enough and we still have enough produce we would like to be open Wednesday thru Sunday next week too.  When we are open we have an income and when we are closed we do not, so staying open as much as possible is a priority.

We have tomatoes, red and green for $2.50 per pound, the last of the cherry tomatoes called Sugar Snack for $3 per pint box, large bunches of Swiss chard red and green varieties, Curly Red Fire lettuce and green Simpson Seeded lettuce, 4 varieties of potatoes hand dug and washed from Heron Pond Farm, Macoun apples, Red Rocket hot peppers, handmand soap, speckled swan gourds (uncured) and dried birdhouse gourds.

Posted 10/13/2009 12:53pm by Eleanor Kane.

We had a hard freeze 2 nights ago and it finished off the  day neutral strawberries, green beans, pick your own tomatoes and flower patches. 

 Randy picked many tomatoes before the freeze and we will have lots for the farmstand including the last of the cherry tomatoes. We still have 50 tomato plants in the greenhouse that were not affected by the freeze and they have  begun producing large ripe tomatoes this past week.

Swiss chard and red and green lettuces are very hardy so they will be on the farmstand along with our hot red ristra peppers. The hot peppers can be purchased either by the pepper for .50 cents or by the plant for $8.  They are great to dry and very hot.  From Heron Pond Farm we have large red and yellow potatoes as well as red and yellow fingerling potatoes.  Also available are Macoun apples and local maple syrup and my handmade soaps.

Wednesday Oct 14th we will be open 11am -6pm.  If we have enough customers to warrent staying open during the week we will continue to be open Wednesday -Friday  11 - 6 and Saturday and Sunday 10-4pm.  This weekend we will be having a yardsale rain or shine during farmstand hours.,(10-4)

Posted 10/8/2009 2:08pm by Eleanor Kane.

The late patch of tomatoes has tomatoes blushing up on it and also has fully ripe ones. Mostly, it is the smaller varieties that are ripening the most, however they are great for sauces too as they are nice and meaty.

We still have lots of Pick Your Own green beans and lettuce, swiss chard,  farmstand tomatoes, fresh picked strawberries, 3 varieties of potatoes including red and yellow fingerlings, delicata squash and Macoun  and Macintosh apples, fresh flower bouquets and lots of handmade soap.

Posted 10/7/2009 10:00am by Eleanor Kane.

The farmstand is stocked with fresh picked strawberries, Macoun and Macintosh apples, tomatoes, cucumbers, swiss chard, red lettuce, green simpson lettuce, summer squash, green peppers, hot ristra red peppers, red fingerling potatoes, russian banana golden fingerling potatoes, large yellow and large red potatoes, Delicata squash, freshly made flower bouquets and handmade herbal soaps.  The zucchini and summer squash are reallly slowing down, however there are a few on the farmstand today.

You can also Pick Your Own green tomatoes and pick your own green beans. The green beans and green tomatoes are very good picking. PYO green tomatoes are $1/lb and the green beans are $2/lb.

I have begun the process of setting up an e-commerce page thru our website provider and will begin selling my soaps online very soon.  We hope you consider purchasing local for the holiday season and by local I mean manufactured or grown locally.  For my soaps I purchase my supplies from local businesses where possible. We will ship your order as well.

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