2017 Country Basket Program

2017-WHITE OAK FARM HOME DELIVERY COUNTRY BASKETS

OUR BASKET PROGRAM IS NOW FULL FOR THE 2017 SEASON ! WE APPRECIATE ALL THAT HAVE SIGNED UP THIS YEAR AND FOR SUPPORTING LOCAL AGRICULTURE.

For the 2017 Farming Season We are going to offer A limited number of our Country Baskets delivered on Tuesday or Thursdays (depending on route) within 25 miles of our Farm to your door. ( If you are­ ­outside this area, ask us about a pick up point) Delivery will begin Early May (depending on weather) and run for 16 weeks until around the end of August.

**NOTE** You Have Spoken and We have listened. Read through for New Items and Changes.

This Year we will only offer One Size Country Basket. This Basket will feed 2 to 4 people depending on how much you cook. This years Country Basket is $23 per week delivered to your Home or Office. If you need Even more food you can purchase a Second Country Basket (same size/delivered to same address) for an additional $19.

**We will also allow you to take 1 Vacation week off if needed. Please try to give us a weeks notice.**

Our program is a little different than what most Farms Require in a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) where you have to pay up front for the full 16 weeks.

What we Require to Reserve your 16 weeks of Country Baskets is $46. This covers your First and Last weeks deliveries. We will collect for all other Country Baskets the Day of delivery. We accept Cash, Checks or Money Orders.

This is Due By February 28, 2017 on a First Come (first pay) basis. There are only a limited number available and we expect them to fill up quickly. We will advise when we are full and begin a waiting list.

ADDED BENEFIT

If You are a member of our Country Basket Program we offer you a 10% discount on any extra produce that you might need to buy for the 2017 season. This can also be delivered when the baskets are delivered.

Example: You want a bushel of green beans with your basket. You pay market price- Less 10%. We will advise you before delivery of the total price that day

What and How We Grow

 We grow all our vegetables using all Organic Methods. We are not Certified Organic but we grow from Start to Finish with All the “Good Stuff”. No Pesticides, No Herbicides, and No Synthetic Fertilizers. We want you to Enjoy “GOOD” Safe Food like we eat !

Below are just some of the vegetables we grow but are not limited to just these.

Arugula, Asparagus, Green beans, Beets, Broccoli, Cabbage, Collard Greens, Swiss Chard, Hot Pepper, Banana Pepper, Sweet Pepper, White Potatoes, Red Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes, Radishes, Spinach, Mustard, Turnips, Squash, Zucchini, Winter Squash, Sunflowers, Tomatoes (Early in High Tunnel), Heirloom tomatoes (field), Cucumbers, Kale, Lettuce (several varieties), Cantaloupe, Water Melon, Pumpkin, Okra, Onions ( Spring & Sweet), Purple Hull Peas, Sweet Peas, Sweet Corn, Garlic, Blueberries and more, weather permitting.

New For 2017 Season

Selling at Several Farmers Markets has introduced us to other Farmers and Bakers. These People specialize in products that we don’t grow or have available. These fruits, berries, eggs and breads are what we buy and use ourselves. This year when available we are working with these folks to provide them in your Country Baskets from time to time. You can expect Eggs, Strawberries, peaches, (In season) and occasionally Breads. We think you will love these new additions.

What We Provide

“Good” Fresh variety of Vegetables (Pesticide Free) Picked fresh, rinsed and packed in baskets and containers. We then deliver them to your home or business for 16 weeks.

Note: Baskets & Containers are property of White Oak Farm. Each week we will pick up the previous weeks baskets & containers to reuse again. Even though we grow in the organic ways and rinse veggies- “It is always recommended to wash Items before consumption.” We highly recommend you leave a Cooler outside each week for your delivery.

Peace of Mind

White Oak Farm gives you Peace of mind that you are getting the freshest, nutritious and local grown produce available. You are also supporting local Agriculture and “We Appreciate It.” Your satisfaction is our utmost concern.

How Do I sign Up ?

Fill out attached form completely-

http://whiteoakfarmnc.com/files/Country_Basket_2017_form.pdf

 mail it back to the address on the form along with the appropriate amount to Reserve your space for our Country Baskets. We Only have A Limited Number of Spaces Available so sign up As Soon As possible.

$46 Country Basket

Remember this covers your first & last deliveries. Deadline for Signing up is February 28, 2017 or earlier if all slots are filled.

Make Checks or Money Orders Payable to- White Oak Farm.

Thank You !

We appreciate your support of our Small Farm

Gary & Connie Dunn

Web site- whiteoakfarmnc.com

Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/WhiteOakFarmNC/?ref=hl

 

2015-What A Year – Thank You !

It’s been a long hard year and it’s almost time to start again but we are up for the challenge. We want to Thank each and everyone of you for making this such a successful year for us !  We have had the opportunity to meet new friends and farmers along the way. Plans are already started for the 2016 season as well. Seeds are ordered, we are adding another High tunnel greenhouse this winter along with some upgrades to the packing room. Another walk in cooler should be ready by early spring.

Our 2016 Country Basket program will get a new look this year also. You folks have told us what you wanted and we have listened. Without you this would not be possible. Our Basket Program information will come out the first of January with the first two weeks being offered to last years customers. After that it will be opened up to the rest of the community with more slots available this coming year.

Remember we grow the Old Fashion way like our grandparents did, bringing you the freshest veggies possible. Planted, picked, washed, packed and delivered by us.

So follow our journey for 2016 as we Continue to “Grow Good Food For Good People ” Thank you so much for allowing us to do what we enjoy !

Gary & Connie

White Oak Farm

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Montgomery County Farmers Market 6/11/15

This Thursday, 6/11/15 from 1:30 p.m. – 5:30  at the Montgomery County Farmers Market in Troy we will have Lots of tomatoes, new potatoes, green beans, onions, beets, cucumbers, squash, cabbage,  a few blueberries and a little okra.

Thanks for your support.

Montgomery Farmers Market 6/4/15

Picking in the rain this afternoon. Heading to the Montgomery Co. Farmers Market Thursday afternoon, 1:30-5:30. Lots of tomatoes, green beans, sweet peas, cucumbers, onions, cabbage and much more. Bring your umbrella and join us. Thanks for your support!

Montgomery Farmers Market- 5/28/2015

Heading to the Montgomery Co. Farmers Market Thursday afternoon, 1:30 to 5:30.

This week we will have Tomatoes, radishes, onions, Sweet peas, cabbage and more. If you get a chance drop in and see what the vendors have to offer. You will be supporting the community and also local farms. We Always appreciate your support !

Montgomery Farmers Market- 5/14/2015

The Montgomery County Farmers Market is located in Troy, NC in the down town section. We will be there this week with fresh produce. Just some of the things you will find are- Our salad mix, kale, swiss chard, radishes, collards, onions and anything else that’s ready.

New time for the Market. 1:30 to 5:30 in the afternoon. Tomorrow is Senior Day. All Seniors get a 10% discount ! We don’t Card…… I promise !

Hope to see you at the Market.

Stanly County Farmers Market 5/2/2015

Another busy week. For the last 3 weeks we have been to the Stanly County Farmers Market, and sold out all 3 times. We are humbled by your support and we Thank You ! We are sad to say we will not be there tomorrow, but should be back soon. Tuesday starts our Country Basket deliveries and truthfully we need warmer weather for our field crops to grow. Again thanks to all our customers for your support!  Hope to see you soon.

Montgomery Farmers Market- 4/30/2015

We will NOT be at the Montgomery Market this week. This has got to be one of the coldest springs on record. Even though we have lots planted it’s growing slow. The high tunnel crops are doing real good though.

Hopefully we will be back at the market soon. Thanks for your support !