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Peaches: From farm to market

Friday, September 23, 2011 | 8:00 p.m. CDT
Ronda and Randy Thiessen, local farmers, grow 23 varieties of peaches on their farm in Franklin. This follows the basic process of how local produce makes its way from farm to market.

Ronda and Randy Thiessen, local farmers, grow 23 varieties of peaches on their farm in Franklin. This follows the basic process of how local produce makes its way from farm to market.

 


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Robin Nuttall September 24, 2011 | 4:44 p.m.

Ronda's peaches are the best! Not just incredible flavor but they tend to hold well for almost a week. And though she doesn't have many, for a week or so in the spring she has amazing cherries. SO GOOD.

I got one of the last boxes just this past Wednesday, all seconds because it's the very end of the season. No more peaches, now we're on to apples.

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