At one time in the not so distant past, we had a closer relationship to our food. We either grew our own vegetables in our home garden, or we relied on the local farmer who grew food for the community. In today’ global economy, however, our food is now grown by strangers in an industrial setting a continent away. Do you know how your food is grown and treated? Do you want to know?
We at Hey Bayles! Farm believe there is a better way. That is why we offer weekly boxes of fresh organic produce that we grow on our farm in Lorane, Oregon. Starting in May and going into October we will deliver some of the best fruits and vegetables you have ever eaten. We Guarantee It!
Also, we offer you a relationship with your food and those who grow it. We believe that if you are not going to grow your own food, you should at least know the farmer who grows it. Not only can you get to know us, but with our newsletters and farm visits, you can know how we grow your food. Is it important to know? We think so. Hey, this is the stuff that goes into your body, the very stuff that is, without question, the largest single factor in a person’s health and well being.
You, like us, are very concerned about the food you eat. Not only should it be fresh, nutritious and flavorful, but it should be safe, sustainable and appropriate.
Who do you trust to provide you with the most nutritious, freshest, and flavorful produce? A huge multi-national agribusiness conglomerate, or… local farmers in Lorane, Oregon? If you call us with questions about our growing methods, we will answer them. It’s that easy to know how your food is grown.
We at Hey Bayles! Farm will provide you with fantastic tasting produce from spring to fall. We guarantee that the varieties we grow will be far superior in taste and nutritional quality than the stuff you get from a big grocery chain. We also promise that we will continue to grow your produce in ways that are ecologically sound, that are designed to build our local community and that are safe and nutritious for all of us who care about health and the community around us.
Farmer john e.