Saturday, July 26, 2014

3701 S. Schultz-Portage Road
Elmore, OH 43416 · 419-862-3576

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Welcome to Shared Legacy Farms, where we strive to grow the best-tasting, locally-grown, organic vegetables for our farm community. We are passionate about two things: growing delicious produce in a way that honors and protects Mother Nature, and re-establishing the vital personal connection between the local farmer and community.  Our customers not only share in the bounty of our harvest. They also experience the life of our farm and family.  Join us, as we bring the local farmer back to your kitchen table.

Farm News

What to Do with Broccoli Leaves

Some of us will be receiving broccoli leaves in our produce share this week. Broccoli... 

Kurt’s Boots

Happy Mid-July everyone. The boys and I made a trip to the Five Point Threshers Show... 

Kurt’s Crop Journal

Growing week 29. No rain. Growing Degree Days: 1477 Just about have all of the major... 

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Farm Event News

Farm Olympics Postponed

The Farm Olympics event has been postponed to August 2, due to lack of sign ups,... 

Field to Table Fine Dining Tickets Go on Sale Friday

Our Field to Table dinner tickets will be going on sale TOMORROW (Friday June 27)... 

Apricot Jamming Class Changed to Strawberry Jamming

Due to the lack of apricots at this time, we are changing the “Apricot Jamming”... 

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Sienna's Diary

Sienna Writes Week 7

Hi everyone- Seems like I just wrote my journal entry for the week. Is anyone else feeling like this summer is flying? It’s already week 7. Speaking of flying, I’ve been flying through the fields this week, feeling much better. I broke out of confinement to chase the kids down the bike path last week. And even met a new buddy at the Tuesday night... [Read more of this review]

Sienna Writes Week 6

It’s been a hot week. I’ve been given more freedom outside this week, and so far have had no episodes or heartworm complications. (Shhhh!… Are there any vets out there? Don’t tell!) The chickens are getting more adventurous. They like to roost on the branches of our magnolia tree, and they continue to eat in Jed’s garden. At night, they... [Read more of this review]

Sienna’s Diary July 6

Happy Fourth of July everyone! I watched the fireworks go last night go off in Woodville. You can see them really great from our farm. The cousins came over for the weekend too, which is always mayhem. It’s been a rough week for me. I’ve been banished to the house or my crate for a large portion of my daylight hours due to my heartworm prognosis.... [Read more of this review]

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