Silverman's Farm sees steady stream of business despite pandemic

Easton's Silverman's Farm is still attracting families and children despite there being a global pandemic.

News 12 Staff

Jul 21, 2020, 5:16 PM

Updated 1,434 days ago

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Easton's Silverman's Farm is still attracting families and children despite there being a global pandemic.
The local farm has a petting zoo which appeals to families with young children.
"It's a big Animal Farm. So people can stay 20 to 30 feet away," owner Irv Silverman says.
Silverman says there's only one way in and one way out of the petting zoo, and that staff members at the farm are constantly cleaning.
He says the farm is still offering produce picking every day, and that those interested can head to the farm's social media pages to see what produce is available.
Although, Silverman says some things have changed.
"Usually we have six or seven tractors that bring people up to the orchard. Can't do it now," he says.
The farm's onsite market is open seven days a week, and curbside pickup is still available.  
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