Post by Sheldon Martin
On Tue, 16 Nov 2021 23:34:45 -0500, Michael Trew
Post by Michael Trew Post by Michael Trew Post by jmcquown
Apparently this is a very small neighboring (to Sheldon's 22 acres)
farm. I can't even look at the products. I click that button and it
wants my zip code and says sorry, we don't sell there. So it's his
neighbors but we can't see what they actually sell. Too bad. A little
online business might actually help them out.
No, Sheldon said that he owns 100 acres in Knox, NY, that they are now
Does it really matter? I still can't see what is on their web site.
Not particularly, but it might mean a difference in context otherwise.
On their site, use ZIP: 12345 (It's a valid NY ZIP, and it worked for me).
Kind of a waste of time but okay. Yeah, it's a farm. :)
Well you wanted to look at it! You're welcome ;)
I haven't met the new owners, I don't drive up there very often.
During winter those roads can be trecherous. I don't know if they
bought their section or they are renting it from the last owners...
who decided to get out of farming and do something hi-tech.
I doubt they freeze and ship, their sales are all local, and they
deliver locally. Right now they are getting ready to sell fresh
turkeys, but they also sell beef, pork, and chicken... all pasture
raised. Pasture raised prices are high, more than double supermarket
prices. However many people think it's worth the price, I don't. I
tried their pork chops, no better than from the local supermarket. I
think it's all what one believes, in the final analysis the animals
are still slaughtered.
Since I was signed up to receive email from the last owner I get email
from the new people. They don't send a lot of email, maybe six times
a year, and I find the explainations interesting and I like their
Now I let my daughter handle their rent payments.
You should tell her that the roads in Brooklyn are much safer and kept paved for snow during winter. No bobcats or bears to worry about.