Nichols Farm

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02/20/2020

Secca Race rescheduled for March 7, due to rain.

10/06/2019

Race Day over. All the campers and RVS pulling out. Perfect day.

10/05/2019

RACE DAY TOMORROW. DUSTY, but expecting some rain this afternoon and tonight. Hopefully the rain will come to settle some of this dust!

05/03/2019

All the garden is planted, just waiting for everything to start growing.

04/01/2019

Getting ready for the race and then garden and blueberry work.

02/17/2019

Another SECCA Race April 13, 2019-----Nichols Farm-Blueberry Hill

12/22/2018

Well Christmas is near and a New Year to follow. Hope we have a better garden in 2019 and that the blueberries and honey are plentiful.

11/28/2018

Still here just waiting to start working on blueberries after Christmas.

11/28/2018

Merry Christmas from Nichols Farm! Wish all the best Christmas.

07/19/2018

We still have not taken the honey off yet. Will post when we do.

07/09/2018

this weather needs to clear up and be more sunny, it is playing havoc on our blueberries. Also with all the humidity the honey bees are really angry and too mean to get the honey off. We are trying though!

06/14/2018

Blueberries are starting to get ripe. should have ripe ones the first of July!

06/04/2018

Maybe the rain has let up for a few days and we can get the rest of the garden planted.

04/19/2018

Nothing planted still. The tractor is broke down!

03/27/2018

Nothing planted yet. Ground just to wet to plow.

03/27/2018

Nothing planted in the garden yet. Way too wet to plant anything.

01/04/2018

Wishing everyone a great 2018. Happy New Years

01/04/2018

This cold weather is good for the blueberries. They need at least 500 hours of below freezing temperatures. Although I will be glad when it warms up some because it is not good for my power bill$$$$$$$$$

12/22/2017

Merry Christmas to all from Nichols Farm.

09/13/2017

I want to thank everyone for your continued patronage. Hopefully next year will be a better year for blueberries. Thank you again. NICHOLS FARM

07/13/2017
07/12/2017
07/09/2017

We took the honey off today, but still have to extract and strain it. Our prices for 2017 are as follows. Quart jars are 14.00$ and they contain 3 pounds. Pint jars are 8.00$ and they have 1 1/2 pounds. Pint jars with comb are 9.00$. 1 pound squeeze plastic jars are 6.00$. 2 pound glass jars are 12.00$. We will only have a few of these. Cut Comb Pack is 6.00$.

06/30/2017

Will be bringing October beans to Fort Payne Farmers Market today and maybe blue lake beans if i can get them picked.

06/30/2017

May have to pick Blue Lake beans in the rain. It just keeps raining and looks like it will not stop.

06/23/2017

We were planning to take the honey off this weekend but looks like we will not get to because of all the rain.

06/22/2017

Well we managed to get rattlesnake beans and blue lake beans picked in between the heavy rains. The blueberries got pretty beat up by all the rain. We will be at Fort Payne farmers Market tomorrow with beans, squash and cucumbers. No Blueberries. Time 3pm til 6pm.

06/22/2017

This rain doesn't look like it is going to let up. So far we haven't been able to pick blueberries or anything from the garden.

06/10/2017
Spent all day digging potatoes. Hot and dirty.
06/10/2017

Spent all day digging potatoes. Hot and dirty.

06/09/2017

We plan on being at Fort Payne Farmers this afternoon. We don't have many blueberries yet but will have a few pints.

05/17/2017

Blueberries probably won't be as many this year, they have a disease called Mummy Berry. A lot just fall off before they get ripe. Hopefully we will have at least a 60% crop. We will just have to wait and see.

05/17/2017

Garden planted and growing a little. Green beans are stuck and growing up the poles. Tomatoes have had a hard time and not doing well, guess the nights have been too cool.

04/11/2017

Getting the garden planted with these few days of dry weather.

Address

245 County Road 879
Collinsville, AL
35961

Opening Hours

Monday 10am - 6pm
Tuesday 10am - 6pm
Wednesday 10am - 6pm
Thursday 10am - 6pm
Friday 10am - 6pm
Saturday 10am - 6pm
Sunday 10am - 6pm

Telephone

(256) 524-4537

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What's for dinner? So glad you asked! How about our gluten-free penne pasta tossed with all-natural chicken, Beeler's Pure Pork chorizo, Nichols Farm sweet corn, chipotle cream sauce, and topped with grated Parmesan cheese. Yum!

For your Garden makes planting easier. Click on link See more here:
If you are tired of canning all those vegetables and fruit, you may want to freeze dry them.

Just wanted to Let you know about a July Sale that ends in a just a few days! They have up to $1000 off of select models. This a a great deal and just in time for Harvest. I have put a full price list below, take a look or go to out website https://harvestright.com/store/.

Take advantage of this sale today and let them know if you have any questions!

I have attached a little more information for you to review; and below are a couple of links to some great freeze dryer content.

How to Freeze Dry Videos:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZCvvZIZrVBc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mSEWD4GVUyc
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2bxCsbdqPwI


Small Freeze Dryer (1-2 people): $600 the size for Marita and me.

Colored Aluminum Small Freeze Dryers: $2,145 + $199
Stainless Steel Small Freeze Dryer : $2395 + $199
• Dimensions: 25” Tall x 16.5” Wide x 18.5” Deep
• 1.0 to 1.5 gallons ( #10 cans) per batch
• Average capacity up to 900 pounds of food per year (4 - 7 pounds per batch)
• 3 Stainless Steel Trays - 8" x 14.5"
• Commercial Grade Vacuum Pump - 6 CFM
• 1/4 hp condensing unit.
• 110 Volt Power
• Weight 83
Standard Freeze Dryer (Top Seller - Perfect for families): $1000 off

All otherColored Aluminum Standard Freeze Dryers: $2,495 + $219 Shipping
Stainless Steel Standard Freeze Dryers: $2,795 + $219 Shipping

• Dimensions: 30” Tall x 20” Wide x 25” Deep
• 1.5 to 2.5 gallons (1.5 to 2.5 #10 cans)
• Average capacity up to 1,500 pounds of food per year (7-10 pounds per batch)
• 4 Stainless Steel Trays - 7.5" x 18"
• Commercial Grade Vacuum Pump - 6 CFM
• 1/3 hp condensing unit
• 110 Volt Power
• Weight 110

Large Freeze Dryer (Business or someone who wants to freeze dry a lot of food): $1000 off

Aluminum Black or White Large Freeze Dryers: $3,495+ $249 Shipping
Stainless Steel Large Freeze Dryers: $3,795 + $249 Shipping
• Dimensions: 32.5" Tall x 22.5" Wide x 25.5" Deep
• 3.5 gallons (3.5 #10 cans) per 24-hour batch
• Average capacity up to 2,200 pounds of food per year (12 - 16 pounds per batch).
• 5 Stainless Steel Trays - 8.75" x 20"
• Commercial Grade Vacuum pump - 6 CFM
• 1/2 hp condensing unit.
• 220 Volt Power
• Weight 145

Call them if you have any questions 801-386-8965.

Thanks Ronald Edwards

Cortlan Brown | HARVEST RIGHT | +1 (801) 386-8965 [email protected]
Happy birthday Marteen Nochols!
my husband wants to know if you have strawberries. I would like to know how far you are from Leesburg. We could see Danny and buy vegetables at the same time.
Jam made from blueberries, from Nichols farms!!
Ellie loved digging potatoes!
New chicks! More hatching every day!
Merry Christmas!
You guys have really made a Beautiful place up there..I'm sure there have been many long days of work to get there but it has certainly paid off...Tade
Do you go to Trade Day?
I enjoyed talking to Mr. Nichols at Tyler Farms this morning. I look forward to picking blueberries and seeing the farm this summer.