Massey Ferguson With Load of Pumpkins


 Posted 7-23-24
We're open 10-5 today, selling new potatoes (Yukon Gold, Superiors, and reds), broccoli, cauliflower, beet greens, lettuce, green peppers, Jalapeno peppers, cucumbers, beets, and blueberries. 🥦🥔🥒
Posted 7-10-24
Alas, the strawberry season has come to an end, with U-pick finished today!🥲
Our opening day, June 17th, was the earliest we've had...a full week and a half earlier than last year!
We were blessed with berry-loving weather and lots of happy pickers to harvest our berries.
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We participate in the Maine Senior FarmShare program, where members receive a share (worth $50) of fresh local produce.
To participate, a person must:
• Be a Maine resident (citizenship not required)
• Be age 60 or over (age 55 or over for Native Americans or age 18 or over for disabled adults living in a senior living facility with a cafeteria)
• Have a gross annual household income (including all pensions, Social Security, and other payments) of no more than listed below...
The number on the left refers to the household size (number of people residing in a household).
To be eligible, the individual gross annual income must be below the dollar amount after each household size:
     1 -  $27,861
     2 -  $37,814
     3 -  $47,767
     4 -  $57,720
If you would like to become a new member or participate with our farm again this summer, you can send me a fb msg or call me at 498-8276 to sign up.
You will not be automatically signed up if you participated last year!
 Farmer's Club:
We are offering the early bird special for our Farmer's Club CSA this year...same as before: If you send us a check before the end of May, we will load 10 % more on your card.  Please check Farmer's Club tab for more info.

Strawberries may be the most popular crop grown on the McElwain farm, but we sell a variety of vegetables and small fruits during the summer and fall.

 A retired country schoolhouse serves as the farmstand, where we sell lettuce, beet greens, chard, cukes, peas, new potatoes, string beans, tomatoes, summer squash, zucchini, sweet corn, green peppers, broccoli, apples, carrots, onions, pumpkin and squash.

Check here, our facebook page, or call the farm (207) 498-8276 before coming to pick strawberries. Weather conditions and customer demand will affect availability.

Hours of operation vary.  Please call or check fb for updates. facebook logo sm