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Where you can find Martha’s farm healthy veggies, fruits  and eggs?

-At the countryside markets, for more info  please visit at  www.cvcountryside.org  

Peninsula on  Saturdays  from 9:am to 1:pm and Akron on Thurdays from 4:pm to 7:pm.

-Hudson farmers market on Saturdays from 8:pm to 1:pm.

-Local Roots Market Wooster, eggs and poultry meats all year around.

Martha’s Farm  Spring products: 

Fresh pastured based eggs  and frozen whole chickens.

Veggies and fruits on June: Lettuces,  chard, oriental greens, asparagus, rhubarb, leeks, green onions, rainbow beets, kale, tatsoi, strawberries, red, yellow and black raspberries, basil, thyme, lemon mint, cilantro and green house cucumbers, zucchinis, tomatoes, rainbow beans.

Martha’s Farm Summer CSA  from June to September.

CSA pick ups at:

Martha’s Farm on Wednesdays (3pm to 6pm)

Countryside farmers markets:  Akron on Thurdays(3:pm to 6:pm) and Peninsula on Saturdays(9:am to 12:pm).

Local Roots Wooster on Tuesdays(2pm to 3pm).

In 2017  we are working  again passionately on this great miracle of food!

Thank you so much for your great support!

“If you have a product that will help people and makes the world a better place,
then it is your responsibility to get your business in front of as many people as possible,
If you don’t then you are stealing from those people who need you most.”
 Morie Forleo

MARTHA’S FARM ON THE NEWS:

Edible Cleveland Magazine-Small Town-Fall 2016 edition.

Farming the Roots of Wooster

Ecuadorian Beet or Carrot Salsa

  • 5 large Martha’s Farm rainbow beets or carrots (boiled and cooked enough to slice easily into small chunks)
  • ½ cup chopped cilantro
  • ½ medium red onion or yellow onion, finely chopped
  • Juice of 2 fresh limes
  • 3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil and garlic
  • Pinch of pink salt
  • Pinch of ground chile (optional)

Mix all ingredients together.

Washington Post (1/ 2012) – Smarter Food: A farmers market with a difference
Cleveland Plain Dealer (8/2010) – Ohio’s Wayne County offers bounty of farm-fresh riches
 “This Is the Smell”: Lessons from an Organic Farm  http://paleoleap.com/lessons-from-an-organic-farm

Pastured based poultry 2017

Turkey

Our poultry are kept in small groups in large mobile pens that allow plenty of room for running around in, unlike the crowded corporate herds. These mobile pens also protect them from predators and from becoming tough and muscular. ¼ of the pen is sheltered against harsh weather leaving ¾ open to fresh air and sunshine. We move the pens for fresh pasture everyday and twice a day the last month. Their diet is supplemented with locally grow, fresh grinded and all natural ingredients,  GMO free. Our processing is on site for less stress to the birds and are quickly cooled down and brought to or our giant fridge.

To place an order please contact us.

For those of you who have enjoyed our pasture based chickens we have a special Thanksgiving treat. All natural grass-based turkeys. As always nothing unnatural at all! (see the comparison chart at ( MARTHAS'FARM.COM) Our turkeys will be young and tender, just 17 weeks old on the day of processing the Monday and Tuesday before Thanksgiving and are expected to be around 18 to 30 lbs, average 22 lbs. We will also be offering these fine feathered friends fully cooked, hot smoked with hickory and naturally cured with celery and sea salt (no nitrates) so all you need to do is warm it up and it's ready to serve. Cost a little more but believe me it's worth it. I just tested it out on 40 guest this last weekend and it was as my British friend likes to say “absolutely smashing” In Cleveland-es that is “sumptuously delicious” or in Ashland-dish “Dang Good” The smoked turkey will be in a vacuum sealed bag and can be kept in the fridge for a month or in the freezer for a year.