Thursday, April 26, 2012
Thursday, April 19, 2012
|The first local strawberries went for $1.50 a pint as no one was expecting them.|
The Casey County Auction, now in its third full year, is up and running and having auctions three times a week: Mondays and Wednesdays at 2pm and Fridays at 5pm from now until mid-October. The auctioneers have increased their April auctions already, from one to three a week, because of the unexpected boon of some local spring produce offerings (early) as well as the amount of flowers, plants and hanging baskets–and some vegetable flats–that have been coming in from area greenhouses.
|Local spring onions are abundant now at area farmstands and at auction.|
|Milton Brubacker auctions off some roses from area greenhouses.|
Casey County Produce Auction is located at 524 South Fork Creek Road, approximately three miles from Hwy 127 and about ten minutes south of Liberty. To call the office: 606-787-5158; for Market/price info from previous sales: 606-787-0570. For a complete 2012 schedule, click here.
See you at the auction!
|A flat of nicotiana, a lovely fragrant annual related to tobacco plants. |
You'll never know what you'll find!