Saturday, March 5, 2011

Free Tattler lids!!!! A FREE GIVEAWAY FROM LEHMANS SENT FROM MAPLE VALLEY FARMS

I would personally like to thank Glenda of Lehman's for allowing Maple Valley Farms to try out these reusable canning lids first hand! They were a success! I pressure canned venison on our Pioneer Princess wood cook stove and 13 out of 14 sealed perfectly in my All-American Pressure canner (which I also highly recommend as All American Pressure Canners do not use a rubber gasket-one more thing to always buy). I highly recommend these lids for any farm kitchen! A+ ratings from Maple Valley Farm!
Here are some photos of the venison all canned with the lids on the jars. Pressure canning is easy! These lids will make it even easier as you will not be stuck running to the store at the last minute because you realized you are out of lids when you attempt to can.
Here is a very short review clip of the lids as well!

THANK YOU Glenda and Lehman's!

So what's it it for you (smile)...?

I will be giving away to the continental USA (sorry folks) a variety of these NEW reusable lids just for you to try as well with some extra rubber rings. Please note these are a free giveaway gift from Maple Valley Farms, they hold no cash or credit value. THEY CANNOT BE RETURNED TO LEHMAN'S for cash, credit or any refund or trade WHATSOEVER or to Maple Valley Farms.

What I need you to do is blog about our wonderful Maple Valley off-grid Farm blog and link to us! Tell about our place and the free-giveaway of course in an individual blog post. Leave a comment here with that link by midnight March 10, 2011. I will be drawing a winner then and contact you if you are the fun winner and mail you your free stuff! Now, who doesn't like free stuff?

Here's to winning and here's to blogging about us! And by the way, I don't believe in LUCK!

In the spirit of farming, family and faith,

Angela

www.maplevalleyfarms.net

23 comments:

Huskerbabe said...

I would love to try out those lids, I've been reading about them.
I was honored to blog about you, you inspire me!

Allison said...

This is the second time in two days I have read about these lids on someone's blog. They look so great! I blogged about you here:
http://simply-lally.blogspot.com/2011/03/maple-valley-farm.html

Kim said...

OH what fun. I am having trouble figuring out how to link to your blog. In the mean time they will have to copy and paste lol Here it is. Hope all those prayers are answered and you are all feeling better. http://ifwallscouldtalk-kim.blogspot.com/

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Sheila said...

I have been wondering about these....thank you for sharing your opinion of them.
Although I have not posted a blog entry, my readers will see your give-a-way from my blog roll...I know there are many "lurkers" out there. :)

mountain mama said...

i blogged about it here!! hopin' we the big winners! :)


i've given up a lot of things being out here in the mountains but i just don't know if i could do no electricty...wow!

Cheryl said...

I had just read about these lids in Countryside. Would love to give them a try. I do a lot of canning, it would be nice not to have to buy lids all of the time. Just blogged about your giveaway and your blog. Thanks for this opportunity.

Laura said...

Blogged the best I could on facebook. I hope that counts! I would love to win these reusable lids. I've heard that they are amazing! One of my friends has some and swears by them.
Besides, I don't need much incentive to share your blog. It's great!

tiffibug said...

I've been following you for ages. Your life is so inspiring.
I blogged about it here:

http://tiffibug.blogspot.com/2011/03/maple-valley-off-grid-farm-and-lehmans.html

Jackie said...

I love your blog! I would enjoy living the country life someday. I would love to try those canning lids too!
http://homemadefromtheheart.blogspot.com/2011/03/someday.html

MJ said...

I love your website and your farm. Thanks for letting us peek into the dream. I blogged about your farm here: http://thepreparedhousehold.blogspot.com/2011/03/off-grid-living-at-maple-valley-farms.html
Please enter me in the contest and thanks so much.

findingquality said...

what a great giveaway I have been dying to try these!

Heather said...

I've got this posted too. I love things that do not have to constantly replaced and these have no BPA and are made in the USA. Sounds like a perfect product!

Heather

Heather said...

Okay, just left a comment, but forgot the link to my post. Feel free to delete the last one! I still think the product is perfect though...no BPA, American made and can be reused for a really long time!

Thanks for the giveaway.

http://pagesbyheather.blogspot.com/2011/03/want-to-laugh.html

findingquality said...

whoops I forgot to leave my link
I just found your blog today and I am inspired! http://findingquality.wordpress.com/2011/03/07/maple-valley-farms/

Renee said...

I was just thinking about ordering some of these!! I keep seeing them on others blogs and wanted to try them! You are linked on my blog and I can't wait for our stay at the cottage!

Mumsie said...

I blogged..FB'd and tweeted..spreading the love!! ;o} And hopin to win !

Julia said...

Well, aren't these the coolest things!!! I want some of those! Thanks sharing!!! I'll be spreading the news on my blog!

grysenk said...

I have enjoyed a class at your farm, and many other things, you and your family are an inspiration. I am not just saying that to win....ha ha. Having some reuseable canning lids would be great though! I don't have a blog, but I will post on FB. God Bless, Karen Grysen

Jenna Z said...

Oooh, what a great product! Thanks for the chance to win!

Kimberly said...

I blogged here: http://kimberlys-cup.blogspot.com/2011/03/planning-canning.html
Thanks for doing this!

Michelle said...

I would love to try the lids. I am really excited to try them. I blogged about you here:

http://outofthebox-hsmom.blogspot.com/

Hope said...

How are the tattler lids holding up for you? Are you still happy with them? Have you used them for more than one season?

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