Sunday, September 30, 2012

Get Your Biscuits Baked

Get your biscuits baked the Molasses are made.
$12.00 a quart
$7.00 a pint
$4.00 half pint

The molasses turned out real good. This morning and again at supper time biscuit and molasses was desert.

Next project is to harvest the corn.

Friday, September 28, 2012

Cain is Harvest

The evening rains came but that did not hold us back. The cane is stripped and harvest. The jars are drying waiting to be filled with the sweet taste of molasses. Come Sunday morning biscuits will be baked to enjoy the fruit of our harvest.

Have a blessed night

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Planning & Getting it started

The weather is cooling, Fall is upon us.  But here at Share ahh Crop farm we are stripping the cane to make molasses this week end.  It be my daughter first time to help and she enjoying it.

Garlic is going in the ground so if it grows good that be something you find in your box in the spring.

So I hope your having a good day,

Saturday, April 28, 2012

It April and the weather as felt like winter someday.  Hopefully the spring weather will come back and all frost gone.
Tomarrow we will have for supper our first green peas. The selection we like is the variety that you can eat the whole pod. I plan to steam them then toss them in melted butter with garlic (garlic also from the garden.)
Right now we have spring onions, turnip greens, mustard greens, kale, little spinach, leaf lettuce, and radishes.

So if you like any just give us a call. We plan to be at the Yadkinville Farmer Market May 8th. Hope to see you.   Momma

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Garden Peas & the farm

What a chilly day after a spring like day before. At Share Aah Crop farm we have started planting peas. We have 2 long rows in now. We plant more mid February.
With this mild winter my kale is still growing and the heads of cabbage are still doing good.
If any one interested in quill we have some for sale $2.50.

Monday, January 30, 2012

Welcome to Share Aah Crop Farm

Welcome to Share Aah Crop.
We are a small produce farm starting out fresh like a seedling just sprouting out in the spring. Our goal is to provide fresh home grown produce full of flavor and freshness from our garden to your table.

So if you like to be part of this new beginning and recieve boxes of fresh produce contact us.