2006 Garlic and Red Shallots Advance Order

Discussion in 'Food and nutrition' started by [email protected], Mar 22, 2006.

  1. Hi, we are accepting advance orders for our 2006 Garlic and Red Shallot
    harvest. My family has both soft and hardneck garlic available. Good
    strains that we have been experimenting with in our garden now for a
    few years.

    Garlic and Red Shallots cost 7.00 a pound plus shipping. One pound of
    Garlic or Red Shallots shipped USPS Priority Mail plus Delivery
    Confirmation is about 5.00, or a little more, depending on your zip
    code. No beefed up handling charges. Once again, shipping is cost
    only.

    Our Garlic and Red Shallots are free of any chemical additives. No
    chlorine water either, the garden is watered by the rain and our well.


    Elsewhere, you'll easily pay 16.00 or more a pound for Certified
    Organic Garlic. We don't want the paperwork hassle nor the extra
    expense of becoming "Certified Organic".

    We respond via email with payment address to people interested in
    buying our produce. Checks that hit our Galway, New York post office
    box and PAYPAL customers receive an email confirmation that we have
    your order.

    Harvesting is at the end of August, and shipment is early to mid
    September. Notification, including your USPS Delivery Confirmation
    tracking number, is sent when we ship your order. Payment envelopes
    received after we sell out are refused and returned to sender.
    Basically, the early bird gets the worm. Thanks for your interest.

    Randy Reynolds
    [email protected] or [email protected]
     
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  2. Nancy Young

    Nancy Young Guest

    <[email protected]> wrote

    > Harvesting is at the end of August, and shipment is early to mid
    > September. Notification, including your USPS Delivery Confirmation
    > tracking number, is sent when we ship your order. Payment envelopes
    > received after we sell out are refused and returned to sender.
    > Basically, the early bird gets the worm. Thanks for your interest.


    Hi. Do you have a catalog or somewhere to see what
    to order? I'm interested. Let me know.

    Thanks, Nancy Young
     
  3. HI Nancy, took a shot at emailing you also. Sorry to say that there is
    no cataloq. It would be one page front and back. However, I do have
    the garlic and shallots in the ground. Randy
     
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