We have a small farm with a lot of excitement. My huband, our seven children and I are excited about sharing the produce from our small farm. We are raising turkeys, pigs, chickens, sheep, horses, and a couple of cows. The fields are growing tomatoes, greenbeans, sweet corn, and other favorites. Collecting eggs, feeding animals, and working around
We are offering garden spots that are 30 by 20 foot. They are available from May 1st through October 15th. This growned was plowed last fall and is ready for spring tilling and planting. We have fresh manure and garden tools available. Larger plots are available. We are not providing seed this year. Please email to discuss pricing and needs.
Consensus on how much produce feeds how many people varies greatly! Estimates below are based on our experience surveying members and comparing quantities to other CSA programs. We ask members to think of their box as a bell curve with quantity and variety peaking mid season (August to early September) and remember that weather plays a huge roll in product availability. If you are new to Community Supported Agriculture we strongly suggest that you visit http://www.localharvest.org/csa/ and click on the CSA tab. It’s by far the most comprehensive info we’ve uncovered on CSA programs. It’s designed to help consumers make sure that a CSA program is a good fit for them. Since we want our shareholders to have a great experience we encourage prospective members to do a bit of research on the Local Harvest site before signing up.
Each share will contain 6 to 12 different items.