New Ways to Connect with Randle Farms

Rainbow on the farmThis year we’re improving the ways you connect with the farm online. You might have noticed that we’ve revamped the website. Hopefully you find it easier to navigate, with the information you need to enjoy all the offerings from the farm. We’ll also be posting weekly sale updates to the website this year, with the current store hours and a complete list of available products. We want to make sure that you get the most out of every trip to the farm.

In addition to the website, our Facebook page is back up and running this year. You can use this platform to find weekly sale updates, store hours, and fun pictures and stories throughout the day. Facebook also gives us the opportunity to connect with you, and we hope you’ll use our page to ask questions, share your thoughts, and join in the conversation.

Our Twitter account is a new addition this year. On Twitter we’ll be sharing interesting stories about sustainable agriculture, tips and tricks for your garden and kitchen, and stories from our farming friends across the country. We’ll also be posting about what’s happening on our farm. Now that (almost) all of the Randles are online, we have a great opportunity to share pictures, videos, and funny tidbits from our day.

Above all else, we want to use these online platforms, which run the risk of disconnecting us from our community, as a means of strengthening our relationships. We know that you can’t always be at the farm, and we know that a phone call or email isn’t always the best way to get in touch with us. By offering these new and improved ways of connecting to the farm, we hope to not only entertain you, but also give you a deeper understanding of what we do and why. You can use the buttons below to share our posts on Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter, and we encourage you to tell your friends about these exciting changes. As always, we look forward to seeing you around the farm — or online!

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