Jaklamas  
Welcomes You To Our Farm!

How can you get direct FARM FRESH Brown Eggs, Organically Grown Produce, Grass Fed Beef, Pasture Raised  Chickens, Humanely Raised Pork, 
fresh Homemade Artisan Breads, and so much more? 

On This Website...

In The Farmstand TODAY

Self Serve open Daylight Hours

Cash or check


In the refrigerator:

Our Bigger Than Large Brown Eggs


On the Counter:



You will find descriptions of all we do, sell, and a lot of what we believe in. Our non-CSA system, and purchasing options too. There is a blog with farm tales, recipes, photos, testimonials, links to friends sites, lists of events, and hopefully soon, a discussion board about health and well being. There are shortcuts at the bottom of every page to some of our most important pages. Explore! 


THE WINTER WORKSHOP SERIES IS HERE! 


Join in the fun, check out our schedule on Facebook or 

email me at jaklamas@gmail.com to be put on the email list!

The best way to get all this great food is to join our  Website and be on our mailing list. You will receive emails detailing the  provisions available, and other news. 


To Buy Directly Farm Fresh simply send us an email with the order, 

Pick up your order at the FARM:


Saturdays, 1 to 3 PM


The Farmstand is OPEN Every Day from Dawn to Dark.  Almost always stocked with Eggs, and seasonal produce. To Find Out WHAT'S IN THE FARMSTAND TODAY? Click Here


Or visit us at a Farmer's Market 


Our 2019 Winter Market Schedule:


STANGL FACTORY INDOOR FARMER'S MARKET

For Fresh Breads, Baked Goods, and Brown Eggs 

9 AM to 3 PM located on the corner of Mine and Stangl Rd, Flemington NJ

From December 1st through May 2019 


The Winter Workshop Schedule is posted on Facebook. I will be putting them in the calendar here shortly.The links below are for facebook. These fill up faster than you would think...We will be doing the following workshops:


February 1st - Bread Treats (Cinnamon buns, English muffins, Doughnuts, Popovers, and more) room for 5 left
https://business.facebook.com/events/289772511728662/


February 7th - Sour Dough Cultures and Breads - all about sour dough, room for 4 left https://business.facebook.com/events/2238614096386689/


February 9th - Homemade Pasta - SESSION FULL


February 16th - Mozzarella and Cheesemaking - THIS SESSION IS FULL!!! https://business.facebook.com/events/534500550402482/


February 22 - Homemade Bread Baking - room for 2 left https://business.facebook.com/events/2171835096467095/


March 2nd - Homemade Pasta - SESSION FULL


March 9th - Homemade Pizza - the real kind - THIS SESSION IS FULL!!! https://business.facebook.com/events/2386449528250659/


March 13th - Homemade Pasta - SESSION FULL


March 15th - Sour Dough Cultures and Breads - THIS SESSION IS FULL!!!
https://business.facebook.com/events/555327334942448/


March 16th - Homemade Pasta- THIS SESSION IS FULL!!!   https://business.facebook.com/events/584106942034881/


March 22nd - Whole Grain Bread Baking - room for 5 left https://business.facebook.com/events/224853471735793/


March 30th - Homemade Pasta - SESSION FULL


March 31st - Home canning - THIS SESSION IS FULL!!! https://business.facebook.com/events/559292377883165/


April 7th - Home Canning - THIS SESSION IS FULL!!! https://business.facebook.com/events/1275387832599562/


This Weeks Photo

The heifers are 'So Metal!'

You should have gotten the email with the story. To prevent the girls from stealing milk from the magnificent Maybelline, we had to resort to weaning rings. 


They are simply clipped onto their noses and prevent them from suckling. They can eat and drink without a worry. See the hay in Lina's mouth? They do look pretty metal though don't they?

January is really busy.

You might think that it is nice and quiet around here this month, but it isn't.

I spend the whole month organizing, planning, straightening out the stuff that never got done during the summer, and ordering supplies for the year. Plus, getting Christmas packed away, dealing with weather issues, water lines freezing in the barns, etc.

This week the priority is seeds. I inventory what we have, and put together my orders. I am pretty fussy about who I get my seeds from and prefer to use small family companies, rather than large commercial operations. I need to finish this task, because we start planting them the end of the month. I have to get back to work.