A Sign for the Times

As many are looking for a source for fresh, seasonal vegetables the LOCK FARM makes it easier to find such items. A new sign was erected on the farm. It stands right in front of one of the active fields. It was designed and put in place by Cary Murray of Walnut Bottom Signs.

We like it and hope our customers do too.

We also hope that many passersby will think of the benefits of eating seasonally grown produce and stop by.

Why not make a commitment to the exciting adventure of seasonal eating by joining the Lock Farm’s CSA. Our CSA is called FIELDS TO MEALS (FTM). If you and your family are interested in eating better and feeling better check it out: Fields to Meals.

Our summer FTM, Summer Delights, begins June 18th. Join and let us serve you with good eating and good health.

The Lock Farm Welcomes a New Helper

He was born early March and still has some growing to do.
His job is a very important as he keeps the bad bugs under control.

There Is Some Good News

While things seem to be bad all around the good news at the Lock Farm is that our crops are growing on schedule. It is our hope that all these will grow well and that we will have lots of fresh vegetables to serve the needs of our customers and the community.

Eat Fresh, Buy Local

Welcome!

The LOCK FARM is a small produce farm located in Shippensburg PA.
Our goal is to provide you with quality products
that are fresh, tasty and healthy.

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For more information contact

Farmer John

email – farmerjohn@lockfarm.net

phone – 301-639-6988

 

Got Tomatoes?

If you are looking for delicious tomatoes then the Lock Farm is your place.

juicy, red tomatoes
Juicy, Red Tomatoes

Right now we have half-bushels of tomatoes that are great for canning.  Come and get them before they turn to salsa.

 

Project Garlic Scapes

Early this morning Farmers John and Mary went out into the field to cut garlic scapes. They came back with two large baskets full.

The scapes will be put into bundles and made ready  market.

 

Some will packed and go to the Shippensburg Auction Center.

Others will become part of a Lock Farm Fields to Meals.

And some will be available for sale at the Lock Farm.

Saturday at the Lock Farm

It is time for weeding and watering.

Above is a container of spring onions.

Below is a row of spinach plants.

Trays of candy onions get a watering from the hose..

water sprinkling on onion plants

Tomatoes in a container get watered automatically through a drip.

Spinach has an underground drip line.

Pictures of watering and weeding at the Lock Farm.