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Farm Fresh Produce and Experiences



Important Updates

3/1/2019

The Website is now live! We're new to website creation and design, if you have any issues or questions just let us know!

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3/1/2019

Planning for the 2019 Season is underway! We are busy ordering seed, creating field layouts, and planning events for the 2019 seasons. Follow us on Facebook for frequent updates!

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Fall 2019 is here!

Posted 9/21/2019

After a hectic spring and late summer produce season we are ready to move onto the fall! The market is now open and stocked with pumpkins, mini pumpkins, gourds, mini gourds, weird and wacky squash, straw bales, Indian corn, Indian corn, and fall squash. With the wet spring all of our field corn was planted late so corn shocks will be available later because they're still green! 

 

The U-Pick patch will make its return this year and will be open every Saturday and Sunday in October from 1pm-6pm. Free entry to the patch and pay for what you pick. We will also have our corn maze open during the same days and hours as the pumpkin patch. $4 admission for the maze per person. 

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Spring 2019 Update

Posted 5/21/2019

It has been a wet spring to say the least! We're now a few weeks behind on everything but we're able to get a planting of sweet corn and green beans in last week. We hope to start getting the summer vegetables in before the end of May. Despite the cold, the greenhouse tomatoes haven't slowed down and have started to set fruit. 

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Early Tomatoes and Peppers

Posted 3/27/2019

First Plant Update!

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First Ever Kurtz Produce Website!

Posted 2/28/2019

Welcome to the page! We will always work on adding new content and updates on what's going on with the farm. Please be aware not all features will be functional at first. If you have any comments or suggestions just let us know!

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