Wurth Farms
est.   1908

1720 South Friendship Road
Paducah, Kentucky  42003

Monday-Saturday: 8am-6pm
Sunday: 12pm-5pm

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Wurth Farms 2015
HARVEST PARTNER
PROGRAM


           

 Enjoy fresh homegrown fruits and vegetables in the summer but don't have the space or time to garden?  Let Wurth Farms grow your garden for you and sit back and enjoy your summer. Receive a basket of vegetables weekly for 12 weeks beginning mid to late June. Enrollment is now open for the 2015 program. Don't delay sign up TODAY!! The enrollment period ends 
May 1, 2015. For more information, click on button above.
 


   


NOW AVAILABLE 

 
Honey
Spring Valley Jams Jellies & relishes
Straw

Greenhouse and markets are currently cloased for the winter.  Please call 270-554-1403 to set up time to pick up.
 

 
           


                                  
DID YOU KNOW?
 



Wurth Farms offers over 200 varities of annuals in the spring.

Spring Valley jams and jellies are found at our local stands. Offering numerous flavors.


Harvest Partners receive vegetables and fruits grown on our farm throughout the entire summer season.
 

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Some of our offerings from last year. We hope to have a  great crop again for all of our loyal and new customers!  Come see what we have to offer.

What's going on at the greenhouse?

Greenhouses were spared from the heavy snow, but not without much work and effort, removing the weight from them. Baskets, geraniums, and other plants have been transplanted and growing nicely. Next week we will open the second greenhouse, and begin transplanting our seedlings. LOOKING FORWARD TO WARMER WEATHER!
What's going on at the farm?
 
  Yearling calves have been taken off to market for sale. New calves being born daily. We had twins born this morning. The snow and extreme cold temps were not only hard on us, but also on our livestock. Ice had to be chopped daily, which is something we do not usually have to do anymore. Checking cattle in the deep snow and the thin layer of ice on top of that was very treacherous for us. We are looking forward to THAW. 
   Gardening Tips:
 

  • It is best to plant trees and shrubs in the fall. It is less stressful for the plant and yourself.
  • Take care of your tomato plants by staking them and feeding them on a regular basis.
  •  Be sure to take care of roses as they bloom. Snipping back spent blooms allow the plant to flourish in our zonal area(s)
 
 
                   


                                  

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