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Sale: All Cheese Now 25% Off

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Farm Recipe: Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

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Does Home Delivery from Morning Glory Farm Sound Good to You?

Here’s an idea we’ve been kicking around a bit lately: home delivery in July and August. Is that something you’d consider? We’d love to be able to make it work and save customers more of their precious summer time, so we’re taking the first step with this survey. Whether or not you think you’d be interested in having us deliver to you next summer, we’d be grateful for your feedback below.

 

 

Visit the Farm Year-Round on our YouTube Channel

Remember our Epic Trailer from last spring? How about the Mighty Trebuchet in slo-mo, or the Morning Glory Farm music video by musician/sculptor Tim Laursen?

These are just a few of the MGF videos you’ll find on our YouTube channelyoutube.com/user/MorningGloryFarm. We’ll keep posting even after we close for the season Dec. 28, so please drop by our channel any time you feel like visiting the farm this winter — and feel free to share. 

News from the Farm: Sign Up

Would you like to be notified when we have farm news to share? Please add your email using the form below, and we will stay in touch from time to time about such topics as

  • when the self-service egg fridge is ready this winter
  • what day next spring we will reopen the farmstand
  • progress on the new vegetable barn
  • other plans we have for 2019

 Thank you! We also post farm news and recipes on our blog.

Farm Holiday Open House: Dec. 9, 12-5 p.m.

All aboard for Christmas in Edgartown!

Join us Saturday, Dec. 9 from noon to 5 p.m. for our 2017 farm holiday open house. The Lionel Christmas Train will return with a beautiful new hand-painted backdrop and we’ll have hayrides, s’mores and other treats galore. 

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See Morning Glory Farm from the Air

See Morning Glory Farm from the Air

Watch: One Last Fling for the Trebuchet

In days of old, medieval armies would roll out their trebuchets to besiege enemy walls, whipping large projectiles with astonishing speed. Our trebuchet was built for peaceful purposes, although it does take a toll on pumpkins when we roll it out each fall.

We had a great time with it again this year, hurling countless pumpkins far into the pasture where they exploded on contact. Now pumpkin season is coming to an end and the trebuchet is back in its barn, but we can still watch it in action on our YouTube channel, and dream of next autumn.