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Local Bounty Update

| January 19, 2016

Good Morning Local shoppers

It’s a great day to shop at Local Bounty where the sun is shining, the honey is sweet, and you can’t beat the meat.

We are happy to serve you more days a week now.

Tuesday thru Friday we are open 10:30 am to 6 pm and

Saturday from 9 am to 1 pm.


Special events this week:

On Saturday, January 23, at 1 pm, Katie Bakes and Pink Elephant Coffee will present a tasting at Local Bounty. Please register by calling 740-622-1400, by messaging us on Facebook, or by texting 740-974-4957.  The cost is $5.00, and you can pay when you come.  Sounds delicious. Maybe they can stir up some warmer weather by Saturday.


Vendor updates



Good morning local shoppers!! Stay warm today, stop by and say hey.  I will be bringing in some new pottery this week, check my facebook for pics and updates!  Peace and thanks ?


Mullet Apiaries – Brrr, it’s cold! A little honey in hot tea from Hillbippie, or spread on warm toast with cinnamon (or our Cinnamon creamed honey) made with bread from Flying Pig Farm or one of our other LB bakers can warm you up on a frigid day. Did you know that we still have feral (wild) honeybees in our area? If you are doing any tree cutting be aware that they will often take up residence in the hollow of a tree and can actually winter there. If you come across a feral hive, please take time and call a local beekeeper. You can call us or the Extension Service has a list of beekeepers who will come for bees or advise you on how to cut around the hive. As always, thank you for your business.


Young Farms

Young Farms has been busy since winter has decided to show, we are bedding the barn, and insulating waterers with all this cold weather! We are also making sure that the cows and calves have all the hay that they want to help keep them warm! Our next delivery of beef to local bounty should be the second week of February, we will get all of your favorites back in stock! Until then, we still have burger, steaks and a few roasts in our freezer! Thank you to all of our loyal local bounty shoppers for helping support us as we continue to grow and for your understanding as we adjust to supply the new demand with the extended hours.
Ben Young
Young Farms


Bob’s (in a) Pickle Patch – Verda’s Hens

Brown eggs or white?  Which color egg is more nutritious? Many people still think that brown eggs are a better food value.  Actually, it all depends on what the hens are eating, and how they live.  Brown eggs tend to cost more at the grocery store just because most brown egg layers are larger birds and require more feed.  And then there are the hens that lay blue and green eggs, the Easter Eggers.  Every egg starts out white.  Just before the egg is laid, it gets coated with dye. (not by us, but by the hens)  This dye color is determined by the breed of chicken.  Sometimes when we have to scrub the eggs, the color comes off, leaving a white spot.

We will have about 6 dozen brown eggs (with maybe a couple of blue and green ones) to bring in this week.


As always, thanks for your support.


The Local Bounty Vendors



Local Bounty Coshocton, Inc.
22951 S.R. 83 N. Coshocton, OH 43812
740-622-1400 – We’re also on facebook!

Store Hours:
Tuesday – Friday 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturdays: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

“Coshocton’s only year-round farmers market.”

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