It's not 2020 any more!

It's sad that we look back on a whole year with that feeling, but that is probably universal. We hope and pray that 2021 will be a much happier year for our friends, families and customers.

One big change for the new year is our move to a much larger and more conveniently located facility. We have badly outgrown the current building, both in terms of warehouse space and production capacity. The renovation on the new building is nearly complete, and we’re hoping for an inspection date around the end of January. The actual move itself will be done in stages, with some inevitable interruption to shipping. But we will minimize that as much as possible.

Laura, the resident Plant Lady, has already begun seeding out the earliest of this year’s plantings. A decision has not yet been reached as to whether we will be at the Suffolk, Virginia, Farmer’s Market again this year, but much of what has been sold there will be available online through our sister company, 5 & 2 Farms. We’ll post more about that on our Facebook page as decisions are made.

At the least, we expect to have tulsi (Holy Basil) available, along with a yet-to-be-determined variety of culinary and medicinal herbs and spices. These will not be certified organic, as our other spices are, because the new property does not yet have organic certification (but watch for news about that as well!). However, as with everything grown here, they will be cultivated with organic methods.

We will be introducing several new products this year. One is PawSkin, Doug English’s wound gel for pets. We already have approval for the US-compliant labels for this and are just waiting for Doug to have product to ship to us. Another product is at least a Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) skin cream. If you follow the skin care or supplement market, you have probably seen evidence for this natural product. We have been trialing samples from several companies ourselves, so we can provide personal reports on their effectiveness. Watch our Facebook page for information on the product we’ve chosen and updates on its availability.

We have wound up our organic livestock feed sales in western Virginia, but those products will be available in the Tidewater, Virginia, area as soon as the company move is completed. Local zoning laws do not permit us to sell at the new property itself. However, we will arrange some way for customers to pick up purchases that are made through the website. In some situations, delivery will be available, or we may be able to meet customers at a mutually convenient location. Stay tuned for more on that.

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