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Posted 5/31/2017 1:56pm by Heather Skorinko.

Strawberries are in!!!

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Posted 5/1/2017 8:07am by Heather Skorinko.

For those of you who have Verizon, we are being given a choice of AOL or another email address.  The new farm address is now suyundallafarms@gmail.com  effective immediately.

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Posted 3/15/2017 1:40pm by Heather Skorinko.

Our driveway is clear and there is a path to the market, so no fears, you can still pick up your eggs!  Just cannot help with the bread and milk.

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Posted 1/3/2017 10:36am by Heather Skorinko.

Hope 2017 is starting out well for everyone.  We have been busy with lambing and the holidays.  Every Friday I am holding a Project Day.  Come join Pam and I in our fiber projects.  It runs from 10am til 1pm.  If I am on a roll, I will stay later.

We still have plenty of eggs for sale, garlic, leeks, onions, potatoes, some winter squash.  The doors are kept closed to keep the coldest air out so don't panic if when you arrive they are not opened.

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Posted 5/18/2016 9:17am by Heather Skorinko.

The weather has been crazy but we are still busy!  Onions are in the ground and soon we should have broccoli for sale.  Asparagus is in and the egg cooler is full so stop by and get your eggs!

Tomato, pepper, and some flower plants are ready for sale, eggplant plants should be ready soon.

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Posted 4/24/2016 5:04pm by Heather Skorinko.

We have ginger for sale!  Quantities are limited so don't hesitate!  Asparagus is starting to pop up and there is some lettuce available.

Posted 4/3/2016 10:04am by Heather Skorinko.

Wow!  What a day.  According to our weather station winds are averaging 25mph and we have had gusts up to 55mph!  Battan down the hatches!

Posted 4/1/2016 7:27am by Heather Skorinko.

Spring is being spring!  Just a warning!  Temperatures are going to drop considerably over the next several nights so any tender plants you might have put out need to be covered or brought in.

Just a reminder, we have lots of eggs!

Posted 3/12/2016 10:00am by Heather Skorinko.

Well, it feels like spring is here, but Mother Nature likes to fool us!  It is still too early to plant anything outside but we are working on our plants in the greenhouse.  We should have veggie plants and some flower plants ready for sale soon!

Chickens have been busy so we are well stocked on eggs.  We also still have potatoes available.  If you have any questions, just drop me an e-mail.  The farm phone line is still not working.

Posted 2/4/2016 10:20pm by Heather Skorinko.

Hope this e-mail finds everyone warm and well after our winter storm.  We survived the winter storm with no issues and now most of the snow is gone.  The sheep and cows were not effected, other than a gate that was drifted shut for a few days.  

For my egg customers, we are well stocked with eggs right now.  We also have plenty of winter squash, potatoes, onions, garlic,  and honey from William Mondjack.  

Check out our pictures of Freddie.  Freddie is a goat that came into the house with no heartbeat.  He was showing signs of trying to breath despite this so I went to work on him.  With in a short amount of time he was breathing regularly and with in and hour or so he was keeping his head up and starting to make noises.

 

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