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Posted 4/19/2019 10:20pm by Heather Skorinko.

After much thought and discussion, I have established a Go Fund Me account to raise funds for the five fire companies that responded to my barn fire.  Please consider a donation to these brave men and women who voluteer their time.  To do so go to gofundme.com, and search for Heather Skorinko.  Thank you so much.

Heather Skorinko

Posted 4/13/2019 10:58am by Heather Skorinko.

Pa. has been invaded by the Spotted Lantern Fly.  It is a highly invasive species and can devastate many different plants.  It's favorite is Tree of Heaven.

We have information on the Spotted Lantern Fly and how you can help control it at the farm stand.  There is a paper, brochure and cards.  Look on the Egg Carton Stand.

Heather Skorinko

Posted 3/29/2019 3:46pm by Heather Skorinko.

On March 24th one of our barns burned down.  Fortunately no animals or humans were injured and the only piece of equipment we lost was an old combine.  The fire was put out by five local volunteer fire companies.  The 100 year old barn can never be replaced but these men and women risked their lives putting it out and saving the house.  As a way of thanking them I am having a fund raiser.  The proceeds will go equally to the five fire companies that were there.  There is a box in my farm stand for donations.  If you wish to mail a check, make the check out to Suyundalla Farms and in the memo portion it must say Fire Fighter Fund.  The fund raiser will end April 30, 2019.

Posted 3/5/2019 11:11pm by Heather Skorinko.

Check us out at the following shows.  

We will be at the Klecknersville Fire Co. Craft Show on Sunday, April 7, 2019.

On June 1&2 I will be at Steppin Out Pop-up Art show at Steel Stacks.

Heather Skorinko

Posted 1/27/2019 1:39pm by Heather Skorinko.

The new chickens are laying so we have plenty of eggs!  The doors are closed during the cold weather but eggs are available.

Heather Skorinko

Posted 6/2/2018 8:06am by Heather Skorinko.

Everything is off to a slow start through out the agricultural industry in PA.  We are no different but with the warm weather we will catch up quickly.  We should have some strawberries soon.  They are coming in but the old patch is not producing and the new one won't be ready until next year.  We also planted a new asparagus patch so should have it available next year.

Today and tomorrow there is a Pop-up Artisan Shop at Steel Stacks.  Check it out.  I have some of my wool products there.

Heather Skorinko

Posted 4/12/2018 10:50am by Heather Skorinko.

Mr Monjack, our local source for honey, has retired.  We have searching for a new local source and have located one.  We should have local honey this weekend.

Heather

Posted 8/18/2017 10:51am by Heather Skorinko.

Peach season is at it's peak.  We have boxes of tree ripe yellow and white peaches available for $18.00 & $15.00 respectfully.  They are in the market and ready for processing now.

Heather Skorinko 

Posted 7/28/2017 1:29pm by Heather Skorinko.

For those of you who purchase peaches from us, our availability will be low for the next week or so.  We have a peach thief and it is not the deer.  We will keep you posted.

Heather Skorinko

Posted 6/22/2017 7:31am by Heather Skorinko.

We will be holding a Donation Drive for Peacable Kingdom Rescue in Whitehall, PA, for the whole month of July.  Check out the donation requests on our Facebook page.  If you don't do Facebook, let me know and I can email you the information.

Heather Skorinko

Barn FireApril 19th, 2019

After much thought and discussion, I have established a Go Fund Me account to raise funds for the five fire companies that responded to my barn fire.  Please consider a donation to these brave me

BugsApril 13th, 2019

Pa. has been invaded by the Spotted Lantern Fly.  It is a highly invasive species and can devastate many different plants.  It's favorite is Tree of Heaven. We have information on the Spotte

Barn FireMarch 29th, 2019

On March 24th one of our barns burned down.  Fortunately no animals or humans were injured and the only piece of equipment we lost was an old combine.  The fire was put out by five local vol