Wurth Farms
est.   1908

1720 South Friendship Road
Paducah, Kentucky  42003

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

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Wurth Farms 2016
HARVEST PARTNER
PROGRAM


           

  Not enough room for a garden, not enough time to tend a garden, or just want to enjoy the summer free of gardening chores (planting, weeding, watering and harvesting).  LET WURTH FARMS GROW YOUR GARDEN!!  We will prepare a basket weekly of fresh, homegrown vegetables from our farm.  Straight from the field to your table!  Sign up today!  Partnerships are limited so don't miss out on this great opportunity.  Click on the HARVEST PARTNER tab above for more details!





NOW AVAILABLE 

 

 Local, raw honey available year round. 

STRAW

Please call 270-554-1403  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?

Transplanting is in full swing now.  Baskets planted end of January are growing and filling in nicely.  Moved some baskets to new house to hang opening up more room for flats to set down.    Vegetable plants will be transplanted soon for spring sales.  Perennials are starting to break dormancy in greenhouse.  Some perennials have already had to be cut back.  Always work to do in the greenhouse!

What's going on at the farm?

Calving season is going very well this year.  Only had to assist one cow with calving so far and hoping that will be all that needs any assist.  This rainy weather creates problems for calving.  Seems as though the cows will want to calf in the worst places.   Cows are checked frequently for any signs of calving.  Especially in this wet weather cows exhibiting any signs of calving are moved to dry areas for the calf's health and safety.    The warmer temperatures have made calving season a little easier on us and the calves. 

   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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