As promised, our first line of t-shirts have arrived. We’ve decided to do a test run of our customized MacCurdy Farm t-shirts with our signature farm logo on the front and our slogan, “Responsibly Stewarded, Naturally Balanced”, on the back. We’ve kept it local as well and used Picaboo Graphik in Point a la Croix, PQ, which is just across the bridge from Campbellton, NB, and only 20 minutes away from the farm. In our first order we have produced white t-shirts only for sale while the colored shirts are for family members and workers at our vendor booth at the Restigouche Farmers Market. However, given enough interest from our supporters, we will most likely get colored shirts for sale on the next batch with a small cost increment. The tees are M & O pre-shrunk cotton. That being said, I have been told, that there could be a very small reduction in size after a wash or two. Having tried them on, they are incredibly comfy and breathe very well.
Any and all money made from the sale of our t-shirts will go directly back into the farm to pay for seeds, materials, feed, etc. We’ve priced our t-shirts to be comparable to the prices you would pay at other small businesses. We’d like to say thank you to those of you who will wear our t-shirts proudly in representation of the local food movement and our small diversifying farm.
White tee with farmer logo on front $22
Color tee with farmer logo on front and slogan on back $25
Youth sized tee $15
At this point in time we will only have two types available. We are looking into a MacCurdy Farm golf polo and a different tee with a smaller crest above the heart with a different farm related logo. So, if you are looking for a muscle shirt you are out of look. But, these tees, when worn in the hayfield at MacCurdy farm, produce a great set of forearms. Finally, I’ll post pictures of the tees and information about sizes as a new page on the website banner this week.
As previously posted, Jonathan’s crowd funding project on kickstarter is ongoing with 35% of his goal raised to date and 36 days remaining. If you haven’t already, please take a moment and read about his venture into birch syrup production. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1554230499/birch-please