MILL CREEK FARM
| Spring is in the air, and our plants are off and growing! In the high tunnels we are still picking spinach and it's available at the shed. The romaine and buttercrunch lettuce is growing rapidly and will be available around mid May.
The tomatoes have been transplanted into the tunnels and are looking great.
Our first sweet corn planting has been completed. The soil moisture supply is very limited for most of west central Illinois, and we're hoping for some much needed moisture to arrive soon.
The strawberries are blooming and look great. Asparagus is emerging and is being picked as well. It's available at the shed, bundled in 1# bunches.
We've been posting video's on our facebook account showing activities on the farm. Check out Mill Creek Farm Quincy on facebook.
We have pickled asparagus available. We also have asparagus "poppers" and asparagus guacamole available. The poppers are a little more spicy than the pickled asparagus. Kathy Keylor (Kathy's Kitchen) prepares them from our produce. She's also made for us strawberry, strawberry/rhubarb and blackberry jam (from our produce).
If you're not on our email contact list, please let us know and we'll add you. The members of our contact list receive first notification as our crops mature.
To check on availability of produce, feel free to call our answering machine, we're listed in the white pages as Mill Creek Farm. 217-222-8430 217-222-8430217-222-8430
If you're not on our email contact list, please let us know and we'll add you. The members of our contact list recieve first notification as our crops mature.
To check on availability of produce, feel free to call our answering machine, we're listed in the white pages as Mill Creek Farm. 217-222-8430