BALLYHOLEY Farm Shop which is located on the main Letterkenny to Lifford Road some six kilometres from the Manor Roundabout in the town land of Ballyholey are celebrating their first anniversary this weekend. A small family run business they pride themselves on producing fantastic tasting, sustainably produced vegetables and spuds.
Talking to proprietor John Graham, he said that :’’on our farm we produce a wide range of vegetables using manure produced from our own cattle to improve the soil as well as working closely with leading plant breeders to get the very best varieties and quality of seed to grow. Crop rotation, fleeces, green manures, planting density coupled with various other skills which have been fined tuned over generations to control weeds all contribute to the end product.
To take the hassle out of Christmas for their customers Ballyholey Farm Shop have ‘Customer Order Forms’ which you can pick up at the shop or at the Letterkenny Artisan Market on Saturday’s or indeed if you require they can e mail you a copy. Simply tick the boxes of the products your require and they will have them ready for Christmas week collection. For Letterkenny based customers you can pick up your order at the Letterkenny Artisan Market on Wednesday 23rd. December if that suits
you better than calling at the Farm Shop. To compliment their fantastic range of spuds and vegetables the farm shop are also stockists of leading Donegal pro- duced goods which include Jordan’s Atlantic Sea Salt and hand churned but- ter: Scarpello additive Free Bread : Hamilton’s Free Range pork: Fillegans Jams and Chutneys. They are also sole stockists in Donegal of Spicentice (addi- tive and gluten free spice kits and rubs). Of course they also have Fresh Hen Eggs and Aunty Gillian’s Jams, and by the way,
Gillian is John’s auntie and her jam’s are just walking out the door.
25% OFF – THANK YOU
To thank everyone for their support during the past year Ballyholey Farm Shop are giving twenty five percent dis- count on all Ballyholey grown produce at the farm shop tomorrow Saturday as well as having seasonal tastings and a cup of tea. We wish everyone a very Happy Christmas and New Year and look for- ward to your continued support in 2016.
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