Local Bounty Update

| March 14, 2017

Good Morning Local Foodies!


It was so peaceful and beautiful this morning.( Mother Nature at her best)


Veggies in stock: (While supplies last )




Fermented sauerkraut



Ghee Please Class on Thursday, March 23 is almost full. We have two seats available. If you are interested please call or email.


Class for April: Cooking with essential oils with Brenda Berry. (Inspiring Wellness) Brenda is a Nutrition Health Coach. Stay tuned for a date.


Stay warm! Thank you for all your support!


Best thoughts,



Mullet Apiaries
Looks like the “girls” are going to have to cluster up a little longer. One encouraging observation earlier this week was seeing them collect pollen from some of the maple trees that were blooming. That will help them get through this cold spell. As always, we are stocked for your honey needs. With the flu going around, a little honey and lemon in hot water or hot tea can be very soothing to a sore throat or achy body. Take care of yourselves and thanks for your business!


Hand Hewn Farm

We’ve added bone-in chops, bacon, shoulder roasts, some bratwurst, rabbit and a few other items. We think pork chops are amazing but only if they are cooked well! Check out our super simple recipe on our website



Keene Creek Farm

There will be more little piggies, roasts and cheese brats at the market this week (probably Tuesday or Wednesday afternoon depending on weather). Sorry that our supply of certain cuts dwindles and often disappears during the market week. Thanks for your patience as we restock from week to week. Tuesday afternoon (today, March 14) we will be at Local Bounty with samples of our pastured pork products. Right now the plan is to have New Orleans Style Cajun sausage over rice, and beer brats with sauerkraut. If there’s anything else you’d like to sample, let us know. We’d be happy to cook something up for you. Stop in and say hi, we’d love to see you. And, the girls will be eager to tell you all about the new calves on the farm.


Strawberry Hill Farm

It may look like winter outside (again!), but our laying hens know it’s spring. They’re laying up a storm! We’ve stocked a lot of eggs at Local Bounty. We will also be bringing Erin’s oatmeal bread and Mary’s chocolate chip oatmeal cookies later today or Wednesday morning. You can order either of those if you want to be sure to get some.


Circle The Sun Farm

A very windy week at Circle The Sun (blew the plastic off two of the hi-tunnels)! Hope you were able to stay “rooted”!

This week at the Bounty, I offer spinach, kale, and yes, carrots!

I have a carrot tale to tell you. I feel a need to apologize for the poor carrot crop this year. Your farmer (me) didn’t get the carrots planted on time, hence the small crop and the small carrots!!

The lesson for me here is: Plant on time or you will be rinsing dirt off pencil-thin carrots again next year! Enjoy!

Thanks for supporting Local Bounty!


Bob’s Pickle Patch/ Verda’s Hens

Our hens are not happy about the snow, but they are laying lots of eggs anyway. We have eggs, sourdough bread, sourdough rye bread (my favorite), and small pies at Local Bounty this week. Thanks for shopping at our farmers’ market.


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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