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Spring of 2021 on Arnold Acres

I am so happy we are finally rounding the corner into spring where we can start to see our fruit trees and canes starting to show signs of life, and we can start growing the early season vegetables.  Starting in late winter, it is a blast to go out onto our acreage and see the progress from week to week...................
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Arnold Acres 2020

Wow, have these been unprecedented times we are living in! It seems like the fall and winter went by fast, and here we are in spring and we are in the middle of a  pandemic.  I hope and pray that everyone is doing well and you are all social distancing and doing what needs to be done to slow the pandemic and keep everyone safe..................
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Welcome To Spring 2019

What a winter we had this year.  It was definitely one for the ages.  I am 62 years old and have never in my adult life or in my childhood experienced anything like this.  The amount of snowfall we received this winter was unprecedented...
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We are Proud to be the Feature Farm on the Buy Fresh Buy Local Website this Week

It has been a while since I blogged and am finding it difficult to find the time to do it, as we are in the heart of the vegetable garden season in both producing and marketing our jams, jellies, vegetables, and fruits.  Currently, we have available to sell many jams and jellies, green beans, summer squash, cucumbers, potatoes, snow peas, Saskatoon berries (service), pie cherries.   It is hard work but very rewarding in the fact that we are not only bringing in income by doing it but also doing a labor of love.     I will probably do much more blogging in the fall and winter as I have more time.  This week we are proud of the fact that we are the featured farm on the Buy Fresh Buy Local Website...
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What is Currently Available at Arnold Acres We Are Currently Bringing to Market

Despite the cold late spring difficulties and now the early arrival of hot weather, we have been able to produce some vegetables and strawberries to take to market.  We started the season out this year in Bennett on Wednesday evenings during the month of May.  Now we will transition to Papillion here on the last Wednesday of May and be there for the rest of the summer.  We took on a new market in Brownville this year on Friday evenings.  The produce that we currently have available for the market are the following; radishes, onions, spinach, lettuce, both snow and snap peas, and strawberries...
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