This contains an interesting article by Joan Cheetham: Organic Fruits & Vegetables: Micro-Nutrient….
Mic Mac’s first 50 pound sale of Organicblueberry.com wild Maine Blueberries to make Fidelis Dog Biscuits. April Thibideau picks up our blueberries coming from Rockland Maine. She tries to use local Maine ingredients that now include our blueberries.
Mic Mac Sampled her Fidelis Dog Biscuits and fully approves of them.
We cut our blueberry fields on a three year cycle. The first year after cutting there are few berries but the next two years are productive. Because we do not use any chemicals, the fields are full of mound ants that to me are a sign of health of the fields like worms to a garden. They are also full of cranberries, hardhack and other woody growth that you can see in this photo.
When you see our frozen organic blueberries in a freezer bag, you may not realize all the hard work that goes into field maintenance, hand raking and hand winnowing. Since our blueberries are Always Organic (TM) they are safe from our fields to your table without washing.
Nina, owner of Up Front Pleasant Gourmet, calls this years frozen blueberry crop “Excellent”. Perhaps even tastier than last year. She sells and eats our frozen Wild Maine Organic Blueberries from her store at 157 Front street, Farmington.
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You can pick up your own 5 Pound freezer bag ($35) from our farm in Madrid, Maine.
We will make a few selective deliveries to Portland, Boston and NYC this Fall depending on interest at $50/freezer bag.
Micmac is not the only four footed visitor to our blueberry fields.
DJ and Kathy have been at farms in New Zealand, Costa Rica and Nicaragua learning through the WWOOFER program. We thank them for coming to help secure our harvest by hand so that you may have the best, tastiest and healthiest Wild Always Organic Blueberries from Maine’s High Peaks Region. Our fields are at 1700 feet.