First things first, the holiday schedule. With the way that Christmas falls this year on a Thursday, I want to give our crew (and me) some well deserved time off so we are running the same schedule that we did for Thanksgiving. Please make a note to avoid unwanted deliveries.
The Changing Local Food Movement
First up this week, a heads up. For the last few years, we have been running a sweet offer that when you pre-fund your membership account for $1,000 we add on a $100 bonus to your account. We are going to keep doing it, but I want to run it seasonally. So we are going to continue this offer through the month of December, then after that, it will reappear only seasonally. This is a great deal to enjoy 10% savings on your food. Email for more info or to add this to your account. Now, let’s get back into food. And not just any food, but local food.
For the most part, people are creatures of habit. I have to admit that I am in that same boat. With that, change is hard on folks and our recent changes have shown to be no exception. I have taken a lot of heat for recent decisions to make the farm stronger and put us in a better place for the new year to come.
Thanksgiving Schedule and Fee Reminder
First up this week, let’s look at a little scheduling for the Thanksgiving holiday coming up. Since no one really wants to get a Harvest Box full of yams and cranberries after Thanksgiving, we consolidate all of our deliveries into Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday the week of Thanksgiving. This also allows our hard working team to enjoy a few days off with their family and amigos. So please make the following notes for Thanksgiving week.
Milk and Delivery Fees
Before last week I never knew raw milk was a flammable liquid. But I guess it is. My email got hammered after we announced that we had been approved to bring you raw milk from the De Smet Dairy. So please allow me a few moments here to further discuss this new addition.
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