Picking Time at the Farm
Word of Mouth
We spend little on formal advertising, so we'd appreciate if you'd tell all your friends, neighbors, and coworkers about our farm.
If you'd like to help spread the word, here's a flyer (in PDF format).
Rick and Nancee Moster Pontious
Both Rick and Nancee have (always had) full-time work in addition to managing and working the Pontious Farm.
Piatt County Animal Shelter - This newly formed not-for-profit organization is dedicated to establishing an animal shelter in Piatt County to care for animals abandoned in such Piatt County towns as Cerro Gordo, Cisco, Deland, Hammond, Lodge, Mansfield, and White Heath. For more information, contact Diana McPheeters, shelter co-founder, at 217-762-9686 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
PickYourOwn.org - Farms near you, canning directions and supplies, and more...
Monticello Lawn and Garden Services - The greenhouse division focuses on the custom and contract growing of full-size, landscape-grade annuals and perennials as well as nursery stock.
Earth Partners - This agriculture literacy program establishes a link between education and agriculture by coordinating and facilitating interdisciplinary resources for teachers and students.
Nature's Way, Inc - Alan Zumbahlen is local distributor of Neem oil. You can contact Alan at 217/343-8321 and email@example.com.
Sun Valley Llamas - A little bit of heaven on earth. Chrystal Chaddock, Tanya Anderson, and Mabel Freeman raise award-winning Argentine, Bolivian, and Peruvian llamas for sale and breeding.
Goldleaf Collies - Lassie was Gerry Burdette's favorite TV show when she was growing up. She even wrote an essay to enter a Win a Lassie contest. Now that Gerry and her husband have moved to the country, she can finally raise collies to share with other collie lovers.
Exotic Feline Rescue Center - One of the largest exotic feline (lions, tigers, leopards, etc.) rescue centers in the United States, its mission is to provide permanent homes for exotic felines that have been abused, abandoned or for some reason have nowhere to live out their lives, and to educate the public about these beautiful cats.
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