Local Bounty update

| May 16, 2017

Veggies in stock:

Red Russian kale (Flying Pig Farm)

Collard greens (Flying Pig Farm)

Swiss chard (Flying Pig Farm)

Green onions (Strawberry Hill Farms)

Herb tea mix (Strawberry Hill Farms)

Green garlic (Kempf Acres)

Asparagus (Circle the Sun Farm)

What to plant your own garden? This would be the perfect week to plant 🙂

We have seedlings available from Flying Pig Farm and Strawberry Hill Farms.

Class reminder:

Cooking with essential oils with Brenda Berry (Health Coach) we have 2 seats available!  It’s not too late to reserve those seats. Contact me at 740-974-4957 if you’re interested.

Raffle ticket are still available for purchase! We are halfway there!

Have a wonderful week 🙂

Thank you for all your support!

Best thoughts,


Mullet Apiaries

Wow, what a busy week for beekeepers! It’s swarm season and Dick has been getting four, five, six calls a day to come and get swarms in town and in the county. And he’s not the only beekeeper getting calls! Just remember, when you see a swarm, first thing is don’t panic. They are interested in one thing – finding a new home for themselves and their queen. Secondly, call a beekeeper right away so he/she can come and get them as soon as possible, before they settle somewhere you would not want them, like in a hollow of a tree or in a house or barn. Most beekeepers can’t help you then as only a few do what is called a “cutout”. To get the phone numbers of beekeepers willing to get swarms, call the Extension Office, the Sheriff’s office or the Commissioners’ office. And don’t worry, this swarm season will probably be over in a week or two at the most. In the meanwhile, “swarm” into Local Bounty for all kinds of good food, including our honey. Thanks for your business!

Flying Pig Farm

I need to apologize for not getting in our plants last week. After I emailed our article, my 3 year old experienced her first bout with the flu. Needless to say I lost a week. 🙂 As I send this, our little red wagon is filled with broccoli, cauliflower, brussel sprouts and a variety of tomatoes. Will are ready to deliver tomorrow morning! If you placed an order it will be ready to pick up. We have many more varieties of tomatoes and peppers at home so please don’t hesitate to let us know what you want. We’ll also bring in some kale and collard greens for the cooler. Thanks for your patience and for shopping local!

Bob’s Pickle Patch/ Verda’s Hens

This week at Local Bounty we will have lots of eggs from our free range and pastured hens.  We will also have sourdough bread, wheat bread, and cherry pies.  We thank all our loyal customers for your support.

The McGraws

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.

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