And your choice of 50 lb. bags of carrots, or smaller amounts of the traditional orange plus yellow and purple ones.
For the first time I can remember, there was an educational display for children attached to this store, with a working dairy operation. They had turkeys, pigs, a pony and a goat in open pens for you to see, but they also had a big sign with each one giving you a bit of information. The operating dairy has a full-scale educational program where students and families can visit to see a robot milking the cows, and learn about how they are cared for. I'm all in favour of any efforts like this to educate people about how their food is produced.
I look forward to visiting in the summer, perhaps in berry season, when we can see more of all these local farms and farm markets. Meantime, it snowed here last night, about 4-6" of heavy wet stuff.