In our industrialized society most of our food is grown focusing on the highest yield, not health. At Sirna's we produce all of our food the way nature intended. The produce here is not sprayed with chemicals to keep insects off and weeds down. Instead, we use innovative and traditional techniques to keep these garden pests in line. Our animals are treated humanely and are free-range (our chickens will likely be the first to greet you when visiting the farm).
All of the products we sell are fresh and vine ripe. Since most fruits and vegetables travel a long distance to get on grocery store shelves, they are not vine ripe picked so they lack sweetness and nutritional value. The health benefits of eating local, fresh food cannot be ignored and if you want to visit the farm, you will see the taste can't be beat!
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- LINK You go girl, indeed!!! Support your local farmers
Pitching farm life: Brenda Hastings takes dairy industry in an all new direction - Farm and Dairy
Brenda Hastings, co-owner of Hastings Dairy in Geauga County, Ohio, has become one of her industry’s most active advocates. 03/05/2015
- LINK Maybe we'll just 'paint' our garden this year!
Now that's thinking positive! Saw this and had to share. Is there snow where you live? Please share, I love to hear and see pics! xoxo 03/03/2015
- LINK Yikes...... What do you think?! We're pro-CSA at thjs farm....but this is an interesting argument. ;)
Four Reasons NOT to Sign up for a CSA Share - Practical Farmers of Iowa
It’s time someone told you the truth: CSAs aren’t for everyone. Seriously. I have skillfully eavesdropped on many, many conversations of both farmers and c 03/02/2015