July is National Ice Cream Month and Green Valley Farms is Celebrating!

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Wow, did you know that July is National Ice Cream Month? Yep, it is, and Green Valley Farms (on the Three-lane, next to Myer the Florist) is celebrating this Saturday, July 16 from noon until 4 p.m. with both their famous BBQ and homemade ice cream–you even get a free topping!

Incredible BBQ–The Best Saturday Afternoon Lunch in Milford

Available will be Green Farms’ famous and beloved brisket, hamburgers, cheeseburgers and hot dogs.
Just like when we were kids, their burgers are grilled over and open BBQ pit and are incredible–no propane used here.

Let’s Celebrate National Ice Cream Month

For those local ice cream lovers, young and old, stop in for a single scoop, double scoop, or for those really adventurous, a triple-scoop ice cream cone. Greens Valley Farms will also be serving up milk shakes and ice cream floats.

37 delicious flavors are offered, and all the ice cream is from a local, Pennsylvania creamery, where everything is homemade. So rich and delicious, it might just be a crime!

Green Valley Farms

Owner Joy Tallamy and her husband purchased Green Valley Farms in Wantage, New Jersey ten years ago. Together with their children, they grow several crops including, sweet corn, tomatoes, pumpkins, carrots and strawberries. The Tallamys also raise the all-natural beef that is offered at the store, and is available in several cuts including ground and brisket style. There are also packaged goods at the store, including sweets for kids and adults, as well as their homemade preserves.


Free samples of Green Valley Farms’ homemade preserves, as well as all kinds of tasty goodies will also be available to try inside the store.


Green Valley Farms
Celebrating National Ice Cream Month
Saturday, July 16, 2016
Noon – 4 p.m.
588 Route 6 and 209
(Just outside of Milford on the Three Lane, next to Myer the Florist.)

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Preston Ehrler spent 17 years on Wall Street in New York City working for Merrill Lynch, Salomon Smith Barney and Bear Stearns. He was also a principal at an options strategy based hedge fund. He is the founder and Editor of MilfordNow and PortJervisNow.

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