Milling and fulfillment lead times are currently 8-10 days from order placement. Please be patient as we move through orders.
Soft Red Wheat is back in stock! Emmer-Farro Medio demand is currently outpacing our ability to hull, clean, and mill this grain...don't fear, however, as we are working on that one and are slowly increasing our processing capacity. If you have ordered these products and have not received them with the rest of your order, we know who you are and we will work out a way to get you these products once they are cleaned and milled.
We kindly ask that you refrain from order status inquiries if your order is still within the above specified lead time. We will continue to update this website with fulfillment information as it develops (see below).
If you have questions about your order status and it is beyond the lead time stated above, please be in touch directly with your order number and we will do our best to let you know what's happening with your order.
All Takoma Park Farmers Market orders placed on or before 5/17 will be available this Sunday 5/24 at market. Outstanding and unclaimed orders from previous ordering periods will also be available for pickup.
All outstanding USPS and FedEx orders placed on or before 5/21 will be shipped TBD this coming week.
Baltimore Pickup at Charles Village - Motzi Bread drop-off this Wednesday 5/27!
All Baltimore Metro, Montgomery County, and Howard County orders placed on or before 5/21 are scheduled for delivery this coming week.
We will continue to put in long hours as we can and look forward to taking better care of ourselves, too! Order deadlines for all delivery and Farmers Market pickup options will continue to be strictly observed.
From Our Farm To Your Table
Committed to a Sustainable Regional Grain Economy Our grains are grown locally and organically in the Chesapeake Bay region on family farms including our very own. From these smaller lots, varietal grains are stoneground at low temperatures and packed by hand on our farm to preserve the nutrition, tastes, and artisanal culture that nature intended.
Invested in Direct Relationships with our Customers We take pride in getting to know those who eat our grains and the stories behind how and why they are eating them. By focusing our efforts on direct markets, we have the opportunity to interact with our customers on a regular basis and thus have a chance to get a little better acquainted with them and their tables.
Building a Community of Flour (and More) Migrash Farm is looking to build a network of like-minded folks to get behind community purchasing power. We envision a model similar to a vegetable CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) where, on a regular basis, a group of folks can get together their resources and reduce their individual costs through bulk purchasing and delivery. We initially look to start with fresh local bread flours, but hope to grow into other cereals and legumes as well. Find out more here.
Brought to you with attention to detail from the soil up.