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Local Bounty Update

| February 14, 2017

COSHOCTON – Manager’s Note: Good Morning Local Foodies!

We have another new vendor: Norka Sparkling Beverages. Made with pure sugar cane 100% natural flavors, caffeine free, and very low in sodium and gluten free. I would like to welcome Michael to Local Bounty family.

Michael has revised an icon soda in Akron. Based in Akron, Ohio and last produced in 1962, The NORKA Company is back in business and reviving its original great-tasting sparkling beverages: Cherry strawberry, orange, ginger ale, and root beer.

Originally founded by the Paquin family in 1924, Norka (Akron spelled backwards) was a HomeTown favorite with Akronites for nearly 40 years. Today, the same classic flavors are once again available for everyone to enjoy. Michael also said they are working on a lemon lime sparkling water with stevia.

Class in March: Come learn about Ghee and taste it three ways with the Running Man (Gabe Rainwater)

Sign up by calling, texting or messaging. This is a class you don’t want to miss. Thank you for all your support! Have a happy week!

Best thoughts,



Flying Pig Farm

We have plenty of grass-fed ground beef left! Stop in and stock up while it lasts. We also have different cuts of pastured chicken supplemented with non-GMO grain. Thighs, drumsticks, wings and skinless/boneless breasts. Our whole chickens (whole and precut then packaged whole) are running low. If you’d like to roast or fry a chicken, now is the time. Don’t forget we have 5 lbs. bags of backs for bone broth. We also have heart, liver and gizzard packages by the pound. Thanks for shopping local!

Hand Hewn Farm


We will have pork once again at Local Bounty! On Thursday we will bring in a variety of cuts including chops, bacon, roasts and sausage! We will also bring in more yummy chicken. As always our meats are grown on pasture and supplemented with non-gmo feed. If you are interested in purchasing whole chickens or rabbit, please contact us directly! We also have a new meat box medley that would supply a family of four with meats for a month at a discounted price. Check out our website atwww.handhewnfarm.com where you can read our latest blog! Happy February friends!


New Vendor at Local Bounty

Glass Rooster Cannery creates artisan canned goods in a farm-to-fork style.  Working with local farmers and growing our own produce, we use both original and heirloom recipes to put quality in jars.  Glass Rooster Cannery also offers classes on modern homesteading and natural cooking, and hosts private events big and small on the farm.  Farm-to-fork sustainable living is what we teach, live and offer to you.  Visit us soon!

Have a great day, thanks for all you do!

Jeannie Seabrook

Glass Rooster Cannery


Bringing simpler days back to life, one event at a time.


Strawberry Hill Farm

Happy Valentine’s Day from all of us at the farm: Ron, Mary, Chris, and Erin! Want something special to take home to your sweetie(s) today? Pick up a plate of Mary’s chocolate chip oatmeal cookies. Or take home a loaf of Erin’s oatmeal bread. It’s great toasted and served with Hartzler butter and our strawberry jam. We have plenty of eggs at the store, too, and jars of our strawberry jam.


Keene Creek Farm

We use two different processors for our pork. The majority of the time we haul them to Stan’s Meats in Berlin, but sometimes we haul a hog to Shirer’s Meats in Adamsville. These two processors offer different cut options. Last week we hauled hogs to both processors, so we will have a full list of cuts available soon. We’ve ordered cheese brats, naked chops, little piggies (small sausage links) and bulk salt, pepper and sage sausage. We will also have bacon and more beer brats very soon (hopefully by the end of the week). It’s not too late to order an Easter ham. There is a sign-up sheet on our freezer at Local Bounty; deadline to order is February 20. Many thanks for the opportunity to help feed you and yours.


Bob’s Pickle Patch/ Verda’s Hens

This week on Thursday we will bring in small cherry pies, sourdough bread, and dilly sourdough bread.

We also have lots of eggs from our pastured and free-range chickens.  Personally, I like the idea of free-range chickens, but some of ours have gone too far! There is a small flock that has discovered a taste for cat food, so I can’t keep food for the kitties in the garage now. So far, no one has tried to cross the road, so that’s good.

Thank you for shopping at Local Bounty.


As always, thanks for your support.

The Local Bounty Producers


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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About the Author ()

I have been employed at the Coshocton County Beacon since September 2009 as a news reporter and assistant graphic artist. I am a 2004 graduate of Newcomerstown High School and a 2008 graduate of Capital University with a bachelor’s degree in Professional Writing. I am married to John Scott and live in Newcomerstown. We have two beautiful daughters, Amelia Grace Scott and Leanna Rose Scott.

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