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Posted 3/30/2013 1:36pm by Sam Bellamy.

Wishing all of you a joyous Easter weekend! 

 

Also, we hope to have the Pick Your Own strawberry field open the second week of April! 




Posted 2/21/2013 5:47am by Sam Bellamy.

 We are pleased to annouce that we are now open Monday through Saturday. We want to help you make this year as healthy and fulfilling as possible. Some changes have and are being made to the website in hopes that you will find it easier to use.

 

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Posted 2/20/2013 7:06pm by Sam Bellamy.

  The market is now open from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday - Saturday. We are closed on Sunday. The Produce Market has some wonderful cool season greens and vegetables. The Bakery has lots of delicious treats for you to come in and try. The Garden Center has plants, seeds, and everything else you'll need to get ready for spring! 

Posted 1/8/2013 10:26am by Sam Bellamy.

 

    We hope you are anticipating a good year. As farmers we look for good on a regular basis. We desire our soils be good, our crops be good , our fruit be good, our work be good, our lives and families be good and we desire like goodness to those we serve. Honestly, there are times when we all may be left feeling as if no good can come from some situations. I find it all the more reason to pay more attention to the good we do see, even if it is a simple good. One of the slogans we have at the farm is real farm goodness. That is by choice not merely something that sounds good. We believe in goodness and believe that goodness should be a part of the very food you eat. These winter days need all the goodness we can put into them. Our spirits ,our bodies and our minds need to build on the good and approach the day with intent to bring out the best all around. So you may be one who could benefit from the goodness that cold weather brings to farm fresh greens , collards, broccoli, turnips, kale, lettuce, honey, and lots of other goods. The store hours are Wednesday and Saturday mornings , 9:30 -1pm. Feel free to call if you have questions or specific needs. 843 399 6902 or 910 287 6794

 

Posted 12/21/2012 9:16pm by Sam Bellamy.

          

                     Indigo Farms   Merry Christmas   Update



                 the glowing warmth of a fire can warm the heart           

We will be open through Saturday Dec 22. Please be sure to pick up any bakery orders by then. The Bakery team is excited about new recipes to be added this Spring. We are trying to learn more about the food we grow. The food we eat should be good, truly enjoyable and beneficial to our health.

The produce market will be open Saturday December 29 from 9:30 am to 1:00pm. We are planning on having a Saturday morning produce market throughout January. If you are interested in produce, honey, nuts, preserves, dressings ,etc. E-mail or gives us a call. 843-399-6902 or 910-287-6794.

If you are interested in really good fresh broccoli, kohlrabi, cabbage, turnips, collards, mustard, lettuce. Much of these items are available as certified organic as well. If you need items from the Garden center just ask.

Please use cash during this time as we are trying not to use credit cards during this time.

We hope you will have a Merry Christmas filled with peace and hope. The Bellamy family

Posted 12/16/2012 8:33pm by Sam Bellamy.

 Check out the army of Gingerbread people at the bakery. These colorful characters are not bad as a little treat or as a team of festive additions to a Holiday gathering. The scones and pumpkin rolls are good too. Now is the time to place an order for pies , etc for Christmas.

 There are some good greens, turnips and other fresh produce as well as honey, ham, jams and dressings in the produce market. 

The Garden Cneter has many good items for Christmasn as well.

Posted 11/19/2012 10:06am by Sam Bellamy.

   It is time for the holidays , friendly get-togethers and good food. Food seems to be such a rich part of times remembered. Sure there are cultural distinctions that determine flavors, recipes and special dishes but often it can be the dish or recipe that has family roots or a strong ethnic or local character nearer to your specific family. It is especially nice to find a new special dish to enlarge your family traditions.

  Perhaps we at Indigo Farms can help. The Bakery has some very good pies and desserts which many of you know about. But we are slowing adding some new items ( ones we believe will prove to be favorites ). Our pumpkin roll has been well received and we hope to add more this holiday season. We welcome your input.

     Hopefully, you were able to buy some grape juice or apple cider and put it away for the holidays. If not there may still be some for sale. Nuts are great for this of year. They make good snacks for the individuals that keep hanging around the kitchen while you are trying to cook. Greens are good also. Honey makes a great gift. You might even get a “ that is so sweet” from someone.

    There are many items from country ham, sweet potatoes, turnips, collards and leaf lettuce to choose from. There are a variety of apples as well as cranberries to make your cooking special.

Gift items are to be found as well. Whether from the produce shelves or from the Garden Center  there is an element of “down to earth” goodness.

   For many of us things are pretty tight these days but remember that it is we as individuals giving the  best of who we are that helps to create moments that are worth remembering.

   Have a good holiday season.

Posted 10/21/2012 9:10pm by Sam Bellamy.

October 20 STOCKPIG news

    The Pumpkin Day races are where individual pigs prove themselves. With seven races, it often reveals the pig’s with the biggest "want to" as the day continues. Only 6 points separated #12 Abigail and # 18 Asa. But the green& gold #12 came out with a burning desire to get out front. Generally if this pig gets an early lead she is very hard to beat. She was 9 for 9 before #18 Asa finally won his first race of the day. By then she had added 90 points to her credit. Asa, who had finished second to Abigail in every race, failed to place in the last race and fell into a third place finish before breaking into a winning streak of his own. He went on to win four of the next five races. In other hard fought struggles #15 Rahab gets ahead of # 9 Esther while #7 Ruth creates shock across the track by not only placing second in one race but actually winning one. This little pig was considered a sure last place racer. It was a great day of racing and the pigs seemed to enjoy running all through the day.

We look forward to October 27th races this Saturday.

#12 - 192

#18 - 156

# 15- 120

# 9- 111

#14- 108

#17- 105

#11- 87

#16- 81

#10- 72

#13- 66

# 8- 60

# 7- 57

Posted 10/16/2012 6:38am by Sam Bellamy.
Pumpkin day ( October 20) starts at 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM and has more costs because of what the activities are and the added expense of being able to do them. The hay ride, pick your own pumpkin, corn shelling ($.25/ear), pony rides are the same. Pumpkin painting ( $8-12 depending on size of pumpkin). $16 Pick your own pumpkin ticket gives you and your family one large pumpkin and the hay ride to and back from the field. If you want another pumpkin you pay $10 for large, $8 for next size down, $5 for med, $1 for mini sizes. This you pay at the field. These are the costs from last year and we are hoping they will be the same this year. If not, they will be close to it. Old farm games; sack races, stilts, cob throwing, pumpkin archery, little kids village ( includes box train, stick horses, little people houses, parents must watch and play with their kids ). The races are scheduled throughout the day. Pumpkin day is the climax to the series and has more races than any other time. The schedule often varies somewhat but usually rights itself because of the number of races. First race is 10, second race is 11:30, third race is 12:30, fourth race is 1:30, fifth race is 2 :30, sixth race is 3:30. If there is to be a seventh race it will be closer to 4:30. Each race has 5 sets of races. Three pigs will compete in each of the first four races. Then all 12 pigs compete in the final fifth race. The pigs that finish 1st, 2nd, 3rd get 9, 6, 3 points respectively. At the end of the season the pig with the most points wins the championship.


 Other activities: Pick your own pumpkins on Saturday mornings. October 13 & 27 Visit the barnyard, enjoy the scarecrows, the hay maze, corn stalk tipi. There should be some STOCKPIG Races at some point mid day. PYO pumpkins will be available on some Friday afternoons, call for confirmation.

 Night Time Hay Rides and bon fires are by reservations. This activity is about enjoying the night and appreciating it more like the wildlife who live there do. Imagine how much you learn by visiting someone in their home or going to a grand cathedral that makes you think of something bigger than yourself. People do different things on the hay ride. Some sing, some try to take in as much of the quiet and the natural light looking for any creatures that may show up, and others may talk, joke and laugh. The bonfire is made such that you can cook hot dogs, smores or some people bring more food to eat by the fire. Some groups sing, fellowship, tell stories, share with one another. Some have even used it to pray for one another. Personally, I know that some special memories have taken place there. The cost is $7.50 /person with a $40 deposit. There is a $80 minium. The phone numbers for the farm are 910-287-6794 and 843-399-6902

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Posted 10/7/2012 6:56pm by Sam Bellamy.
  Pick your own pumpkins will be open this Saturday 10 am to 2 pm. The hay maze and barnyard will be open as well. 
  October 20 is Pumpkin Day!
  Night time hay rides are available by reservation. Call 843 399  6902 or 910-287-6794 

Persimmons, beans, peas, chestnuts, mustard greens and other veggies available.
The bakery has some interesting new items for the fall.
The Garden Center has mums and other Fall items in good selection.
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 The Produce market is OPEN.  We have been short on our strawberries but have been careful about buying to fill in the gaps. Our spring vegetables have been very good. Call 910-287-6794 or 843-399-6902 

 

                                 

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