CSA monthly update mail list test

Hello Members…

It turns out that there are secrets to the use of the ’email a post to the members’ process which have, thus far, eluded my grasp. That said, I appear to of stumbled upon the proper way to hold my mouth while I say the right thing.

You have a couple of things that you might do with this email/update:

  • Tell me that you don’t want to be getting monthly update emails any longer because you are moving to New Mexico. Or for other reasons which may possibly cause emotional distress to the staff of shilofarm.com.
  • Chime in that reading the monthly update on a web site is annoying. It is to be hoped that is not the case, as this lets the update be done all at once in both places, which keeps the website shiny and fresh.
  • Read it and go something like “huh, the farm has a new toy to fill my inbox.” and ignore the whole process.
  • Get all excited about the new season and the really nifty web experience about Shilofarm.

This is a post on the web site; it has a little bitty tag down at the bottom \/ (down there) that lets interested people subscribe to this topic. If you want to annoy your circle of contacts, you may suggest that they can join the party. There is a real phenomena called “fear of missing out” that you may exploit for your amusement (Robert). 

In any regard, if the web tool works this should of shown up in your email sometime Wednesday evening.


By Doug

--- 'farmer doug' is the planner and heavy lifter for the CSA and the LLC. Loves to teach; "ask him the time, he'll tell you how to make a clock." Always has a new idea to try, some of which work. BTW - if you try and phone call, and you are NOT in his caller ID you will not be answered - just leave a message and you will be called right back.


  1. Like reading the current updates to farm production and looking forward to fresh greens.
    Not excited to get large MB emails, but links to web are great to see pics and read.

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