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Fill A Trailer Event: Success at Essex County CoOp

Wow!! Thank you Essex County Co-op for hosting this amazing Fill A Trailer event. And a HUGE thanks to everyone that donated. We certainly filled the trailer… and the truck! We are feeling so grateful to be part of such a supportive community. IMG_0090 IMG_0094 IMG_0095

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Wish List for Co- Op

  • 2 wheel wheelbarrow (Yellow)
  • 10 plastic future forks- green or blue
  • 10 Extra Heavy Duty Corn Brooms- O Cedar
  • 5 muck tubs- Large 70 Quart (Blue)
  • 5 gallons of Repel X fly spray (concentrate)
  • 5 gallons of organic Nature Defense (concentrate)
  • 5 horse and 5 pony fly masks
  • Cat food –(Purina Mature Chicken)
  • Cat litter
  • Seedlings, in almost any variety, and lots of them
  • Heavy Duty tomatoes cages – about a dozen
  • Chick-a-doo doo garden fertilizer, two bags
  • Sugar snap pea seeds – 10 of the gigantic bags
  • Gardening- Trowel, Cultivator, Hand Cultivator, Hose Wand
  • Tack Cleaning Hooks
  • Utility Gloves
  • Rakes- Bamboo Leaf Rake/ Poly Tines 24in
  • Double End Snap Hooks and Eye Bolts for feed tubs
  • Stall Mats
  • Fence Rails- 11 footer
  • 20 Yellow disposable Fly Trap Bags
  • Cleaning Supplies- Simple Green, Glycerin Soap, Sponges, Castile Soap
  • Safer- Insect Killing Soap
  • Safer- Garden Fungicide
  • Purina Ultium
  • Blue Seal Trotter
  • Blue Seal Hay Stretchers
  • Insulator for Fences- 1/12 in

*Anything that is in color please choose green or blue

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Girl Scouts Helping Windrush

Windrush Farm would like to thank two fabulous Girl Scouts, Annie Olsen and Molly Smidera. These two have been a huge help to Windrush on Monday afternoons. They were both looking to earn their Silver and Gold stars. They have put in hours helping in the barn while actively fundraising for us.

Together they managed to get enough raised to purchase beautiful, halter brass name plates, and 2 stable halters for Windrush. Amazing job!

Congratulations on earning your stars! Thank you Annie and Molly!

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