9535 US Highway 51 N, Cobden, IL 62920 Google Map 618-308-0217
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Posted 8/29/2017 11:26am by Jill Rendleman.

Last CSA share of the summer!   Thanks so much for all your support and kind words this year, it has been a bountiful and diverse year in veggies and it feels good to share the bounty especially with so many members who have been members through some really good times and some not so good times!  

Speaking of membership, the fall season is open for sign up if you are interested.  It will start early Oct and go into March.  Some of our members think this is the best season of the year due to the large amounts of really nutritious produce available in the winter. 

......CALL or TEXT me if you have something you want as additional in your box.  

Here's what we have a lot of......sweet red peppers, hot peppers of all types, potatoes,red and gold beets

I thought we would have some nice big amounts of pickling cucs, but they have come on as fast......if you want some of these, you could give me a CALL or TEXT next week.  


Jill Rendleman

All Seasons Farm

9535 US Hwy 51 N

Cobden, Illinois  62920





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