Tuesday, June 08, 2010

Stable Days Farm Produce Starting To Come In...


Home grown fruits and veggies are starting to come in at Stable Days Farm in Milton!

To date, we have the following available for purchase:

1. Yellow Squash: $1 per lb.
2. Zuchinni: $1 per lb.
3. Banana Peppers: $3 per lb.

Later this summer, we will also have the following available:

1. Tomatoes (various)
2. Bell Peppers
3. Bush (green) beans
4. Watermelon
5. Sunflowers
6. Okra
7. Cooking apples (great for pies)
8. Pears
9. Peaches

Our produce is pesticide and fertilizer free. All that is used in the garden for nutrients are manure, compost, and lime. All pests are removed by hand.

We will deliever your produce for free provided you are within five miles of Bethany Road and order $20 or more.

Feel free to give us a ring at 770 653 0552. Also, be sure to look us up at the Milton Farmer's Market kicking off on Saturday, July 10th in Crabapple!


Anonymous said...

I would never buy anything from this grower as surely the produce is poisoned by all the exahst fumes and trash, as well as noise, from the school students!

Anonymous said...

Nice rhonda, everyone knows it's you everytime Enloe does something good u have to try and tear it down.what is your problem, r u just envious of everyone in Milton?? Your hostility towards the enloes is psycho. I would move bcause of you, not the school! Your noise is way worse than the HS.

Rhonda said...

Ok you got me, but lay off my boys because they are good kids, other than a few firecrackers and such. Bet you were a brat when you were a kid Tim.

Anonymous said...

Not Enloe, just an observer. What is really unsettling about this is you and others so easily use Tim's website to go on about people you just don't like, ripping them to pieces because you just personally don't like them, don't know them, don't even know why you don't like them, or haven't even had a chance to know them, and do it anonymously. How could you joke and say his produce is poisoned? That is so off the charts, and you live across the street from him basically. Some neighbor. You make fun of what is truly upsetting to him. He didn't chose to live near a high school, the high school plunked itself near him, he and his family was here first, it was thrust upon him, without any decision of his or his family. He didn't drive around and look for a home near a high school to live, it came to him without any regard to those who didn't want it here for those very reasons, noice, trash thrown in their yards, speeding teenagers on their roads, lost of solitude. And you think that is humorous, because you enjoy the band playing loudly as much as possible. Well there are others that do see Enloe's point of view, not just yours. I guess one man's misery, is another woman's entertainement.

Anonymous said...

5:17AM, kinda like the pot calling the kettle black, don't you think.

Anonymous said...

I just hope he gets sewer, sells his property for $550,000 an acre, and lives happily ever after. Dont worry about the rest of us and all the convenience stores on Bethany.

Anonymous said...

you people are all crazy, just leave each other alone.

Tim Enloe said...

Keep it up Rhonda Stool...keep it up...

and to the person defending me, I appreciate it,

Tim Enloe
770 653 0552

Anonymous said...

Mud wrestling match between Ginger and Rhonda???