OCTOBER 14 BEEF MARKET
IN THE MARKET BARN FROM 10 to 3
Grill Master Dwayne will be flipping burgers and grilling steaks for you to taste. And if you haven’t tasted our Grass-Fed, Grass-Finished Beef you are in for a treat.
Our Beef is lean and flavorful and we’ll show you how to cook with Grass-Fed Beef if you’re not familiar with it.
All of our Beef will be available for sale on the 14th or you can go to our ONLINE MARKET (https://squareup.com/market/loganberry-heritage-farm) now and preorder one of our packages.
AUGUST 2017 GARLIC TASTING
GARLIC TASTING SATURDAYS ARE SCHEDULED FOR AUGUST 12 and 19 from 10 to 3. Get your taste buds ready for explosive flavor, sample our Garlic inspired dishes and pick up some great recipes!
It’s BLUEBERRY TIME!! Our On-Line Market is always open and new items are listed as they become available. Right now FRESH or FROZEN BLUEBERRIES are going fast! Also available are freshly dried LAVENDER bundles. Treat yourself or a friend to the soothing fragrance of Lavender. Great for a room, closet, drawer or car.
MAY and JUNE 2017
The TOMATO plants went in the ground in May and are doing well. Let’s hope for sunshine and some rain!
And now we are harvesting the GARLIC!! Watch for Garlic Tasting Weekends in August.
WHAT’S AVAILABLE NOW? CHECK OUT OUR ON-LINE MARKET !
MARKET BARN 2016
OCTOBER 29 will be our BEEF MARKET. Our freezers will be full of our recently cut PASTURED BEEF. Organic Rose will be at the Sample Table with mouth-watering tastings of Beef dishes and Grill Master Dwayne will be in charge of cooking up samples of Burgers and Steaks. Don’t miss this end-of season event on Saturday October 29 from 10am to 3pm.
We are offering 5 new BEEF PACKAGES to suit any carnivore’s palette and budget. Order early to reserve your package for October 29. Just go to our ONLINE MARKET at https://squareup.com/market/loganberry-heritage-farm for details and deposit requirements.
LoganBerry Beef comes from our own herd of Tarantaise cows that are born on the Farm and spend their lives here eating pasture grasses. They are an integral part of the Farm and are treated with respect and care. As Organic Rose says, “They only have one bad day in their lives”. And even then it is better than most animals as O.R. first blesses them and thanks them for their sacrifice, then she stays with the cows to keep them calm and gives them Bach’s Rescue Remedy to help soothe them.
Our BEEF is dry aged for 14 days before being cut according to our instructions, wrapped and frozen at a USDA facility. We sell individual cuts, packages and will also sell half a cow that can be cut to your specifications. For more information on our BEEF and how to order it, please call the Farm at 706-348-6068.
Our ON LINE MARKET is open for ordering Friday to Wednesday with PICK UPS at the Market Barn on THURSDAYS from 10 to 6.
The Market at LoganBerry is not your typical grocery store or Farmers Market in that we grow only a few select foods, using Nature as our guide and teacher. For more information on our growing methods click on our Sustainability tab at the top of the page.
Our local heritage is based upon traditional Appalachian foods and those foods have become our focus here at LoganBerry. These heritage crops provide seeds for future use, diverse nutritional needs year round and reward us with great taste.
ABOUT OUR MARKET
Our open days are based on what is in season. Because we do not extend the season or plant under artificial conditions, our produce is determined by the weather patterns, sun and rain. Our produce is all “in season” and harvested at its peak. Everything we sell is grown or raised on the Farm in natural and sustainable methods.
To shop or see what is available check out our ONLINE MARKET.
Shop online and pick your order up on Thursday between 10-6
FARM TOUR 2016 and MARKET
What a great turn out for the 5th annual Georgia Mountains Farm Tour! Once again it was one of the hottest days of the year for this event, but the sun and the heat didn’t deter folks from coming out and enjoying the afternoon at LoganBerry. Our Market was open, burgers and pasta salad were out for lunch, the tour wagons were rolling all afternoon and folks had a good time.