Bungendore, Canberra, Moruya: Fresh Pastured Pork, duck eggs, loads of garden greens plus a range of herbs and Caroola Farm preserves. We also have fertile Pekin Duck Eggs $40/doz available at the markets, or $50 delivered if you order them online.
Christmas orders now being taken for Organic, Pastured Turkey orders and Organic, Pastured Sommerlad Chicken orders
From the garden this week we will have:
- Herbs – Fresh Coriander, Dill, Mint, Young Garlic and Fennel
- Brocollini $4/bunch
- Salad Mix $3/bag
- Stir Fry Mix $3/bag
- Kale $3/bunch
- Collard Greens $3/bunch
- Radishes $3/bunch
- Duck Eggs $6/half dozen
- Chicken Eggs $6/dozen
From the pantry:
- Dried Herbs and Herbal Teas $2
- Blackberry Kombucha $4
- Chicken, Beef and Vegetable Stock $8
- Fermented Garlic $8
Local Food Community
Fair Food Dinner – Saturday 15 October, BungendoreMake up a table of 10 with your friends and join us for this fantastic regional food event to celebrate Fair Food Week in Bungendore.
Produce from Caroola Farm, Scrumpers Garden, PenDon Farm, Bent Shed Produce, Greenhilll Farm, Long Paddock Eggs, Bees R Us and more… stay tuned for the seasonal menu selection
What better way to support the non-profit Southern Harvest association than to join all the dots and present a Fair Food Week Regional Food Dinner in Bungendore.
Wine, cider and beer, along with non-alcoholic beverages will also be available on the evening.
Growing Small Farm Businesses Series
Series of one day workshops
Operations – Sunday 9 October
Marketing – Sunday 23 October
Finances – Sunday 13 November
This series of one-day Growing Small Farm Businesses workshops will set you on the path to a farm that can be both financially and ecologically sustainable.
You will leave each workshop with a basic knowledge of operations, marketing and finances for small farms and the ability to start planning your own enterprises.Book Now
On the Farm
Has the rain gone? We’ve had a whopping 10 inches (250cm+) in the last 3 months. Much, much more than can be handled… but the sun has been out in the last week and the paddocks are starting to dry. This will be a challenging season for the cattle, sheep and pigs as they’ll struggle to keep up with the fast growing grasses.
The veggie beds are set to take off, with still more seedlings growing in the polytunnel. It’s pretty hot during the day though, so we’re rolling the sides up and busy working on fixing the shadehouse which the last season’s wind just about blew away… No doubt the weeds will be up just as quickly as the seedlings so we’ll need to be vigilant during the Spring.
We continue to have groups out for farm tours and workshops and just love having people on the farm learning more about what we do and how we do it everyday 😉
Paul and Penny