Closing update!

Posted on July 30, 2013

 

We will be closed this Saturday, August 3, 2013 for a family party to celebrate Chelsea’s graduation from Cornell University!

We will reopen the next day, Sunday August 4 at 10am. We apologize for any inconvenience this causes our customers, this is the only planned closing for the summer.

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Corn and peaches are just starting on the farm, and of course we still have raspberries. Stop by Friday or Sunday!

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Wedding Bells

Posted on July 22, 2013

Just a few pictures of our latest wedding at the barn with Sarah and Colin! It was beautiful and the rain even held up for the ceremony! Check out some more photos we featured on the barn page.

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is it July already?!

Posted on July 11, 2013

Phew, where does the time go?! May and June seemed to fly right by with all that asparagus and strawberry picking. But here we are in July and it’s time for a little update. While asparagus is long gone and strawberries are winding down, we’ve got a lot more stuff just starting-so be sure to check here or our Facebook page to see what you can get on the farm. These are just a few pictures from the beginning of the 2013 summer…stay tuned for more frequent updates!

Getting rained on while transplanting!

Sarah picked 40 pounds of asparagus with no water break!

Looking down the garlic patch.

Our first wedding reception of the year in the barn for Les and Kim!

Got rhubarb?

Got asparagus?

Elmira Farmers’ Market.

Boxing up berries for the farmers’ market!

18 pounds of berries picked before 9:30am!

Radishes are back!

Just playing in the potato patch, or should we say Hazelnut Kitchen’s personal french fry factory.

The first event held in our barn for our seasonal dining series in cooperation with H&J Hospitality. Good food and good drinks!

Radish place settings!

Blueberry blooms!

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Our first post!

Posted on November 4, 2012

This is the official blog section of our web page! Come here first to read all the news of Silver Queen Farm and stay updated on when your favorite crops are in season. We will also be adding photos and videos to show what life on a farm is really like. Stay tuned!

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