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Grab a can of campbell’s condensed soup out of your pantry, any can will do.  Then,  head over here and vote for the Barn that you would like Campbell’s to restore.

After voting it will ask for you to enter the code off the bottom of your can.

Simple enough, and you will have seeds to start free tomatoes in the spring!

(thanks Zonya!)

    • Risa

      I don’t know anything about growing tomatoes, but at CVS this morning they had upside-down tomatoe growers marked down to 5.00 – maybe 2.50 actually, it had a sale price of 5.00, but was on the 75% off rack……originally 9.99. I didn’t buy one, but hey, why not, if I”m gonna get some free seeds!

      • Carla

        Risa, which CVS was it? My better half wants to try those things out, for the fun of it.
        Thanks, Carla

        • Teresa-QOCD

          Carla, if you try these please dont hang them in the shade. Most people have hung them on the porch where they dont get enough sun.

          • Risa

            I’m in Thomasville, GA – it’s our only CVS store.

    • tamika

      Got mine done!

    • You can use any Campbell’s soup, there’s a little picture to the right of where you enter the code that say’s what’s this? and tells you how to find the code – and it is so slow moving it’s painful!

      But I’m excited – we were going to grow a garden this summer. Thanks Jen!

    • Monica

      Just voted and my free seeds are on the way. Make sure to vote for the barn in Seneca, SC. Awesome family that has been farming for many generations!!

      • I just voted for that barn! You must be an upstate gal, too.

        • Loneise

          Another Golden Corner girl here

    • I just voted and they said they donated a dollar but I never saw anywhere to enter my soup code or anything about seeds. Did I miss something or did they change something?

    • Melanie H.

      If it doesn’t matter to you which barn to vote for, please vote for the McPhail barn in Seneca, SC. The lady (Gwen McPhail) giving the narration was my science teacher and growing up I lived a mile from this farm. They are super, hardworking people!

    • Bobbie

      Can anyone please give me the codes they used? I’ve tried every code on this can and can’t get it to work.
      Thank you.

      • Kelly

        Bobbie, I used “cx” as code #1 and “SC” as code #2. It is a can of cream of mushroom (it will ask that as well). Hope that works! I had a really hard time reading the code on the bottom of my can and had to try it several times.

        • Stacey

          Thanks for sharing, Kelly.
          I tried entering the code off of my CO chicken can and it never would take my code. I entered yours instead.

          • Sharon

            fyi–for those of you having trouble (I did too) after you vote at the bottom of the pop up that says you voted there are two small boxes and a drop down to enter the code and type of soup. If you click on the help thing it shows a pic of the label and which numnbers to enter. I was enter all of them and couldn’t get the right combination. The second code are the large two digit number in the middle.

    • Shelly

      Have to say, that was cool. I love science class and it would be even better to have science class in a barn. I picked the school barn.