Bulk Vegetables

for Storage, Canning or Freezing
At Wholesale Prices

To order:
call: 802-453-4591
or Email: LCFarm@gmavt.net


For Pickup at:
at our Farmstand in Starksboro,
or at the Burlington Farmers' Market

All orders must be placed at least 24 hours before intended pickup

Discounts and/or delivery may be available to businesses ordering high volume on a regular basis. Contact Hank for details.


Currently Available:
Beets, Red
Pack Size: 25Lbs./ Bag
Case Price: $28.00/ Bag
Less than full case: $1.40/ Lbs.
Minimum Order: 10 Lb
New Photo coming soon!
Item close-up and full case photo.

New Photo coming soon!
Note 12" ruler for scale.

Peak of the Season: August
End of Season: February
Best Storage Options: Pickled, Frozen or Root Cellar

Availability and quality decline in the last week or 2 of the season. Don't wait until the last minute!

Spray Practices: No Spray
Rutabaga,
Pack Size: 25Lbs/ Bag
Case Price: $28.00/ Bag
Less than full case: $1.40/ Lbs
Minimum Order: 10 Lbs
New Photo coming soon!
Item close-up and full case photo.

New Photo coming soon!
Note 12" ruler for scale.

Peak of the Season: Nov 1st- mid Dec
End of Season: March
Best Storage Options: Root Cellar

Availability and quality decline in the last week or 2 of the season. Don't wait until the last minute!

Spray Practices: No Spray



Spray Practice Definitions:
For a more detailed look at what gets sprayed and what we spray it with,
see our Crops List and follow the links for each individual crop.

No Spray: We never need to use any sprays on these crops

Organic Spray: These crops only get sprays approved for organic production. See our Crops List for details.

IPM, Advanced These crops sometimes require one chemical spray, but not necessarily. See our Crops List for details.

IPM, Simple These crops get one chemical spray, but no others. e.g. carrots get an herbicide but organic methods are used rather than insecticides or fungicides. See our Crops List for details.

Conventional: We don't grow any crops this way. Conventional implies that the crop is grown without any attempt to minimize pesticide use through organic methods.