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The Full Diet CSA is a partnership between several farms in the area to bring you high quality, local options for everything you eat. We partner with Valley Spirit Farm, Faul Family Riverside Farm, On Tapp Dairy, and other farmers and producers in the area to offer vegetables, beef, pork, chicken, turkey, lamb, milk, honey, bread and grains, fats, ferments, bone broth, and more! It's like having an entire farmers market delivered straight from the farm to your door. 

  • Vegetables, eggs, beef, and honey from our farm

  • Grass-fed, grass-finished beef and vegetables from Valley Spirit Farm in Henry County, KY

  • Pastured chicken, turkey, and pork from Faul Family Riverside Farm in Henry County, KY

  • Grass-fed dairy from On Tapp Dairy in Washington County, KY

  • And guest appearances from other farms with seasonal and specialty products throughout the season!

Interested? Here's more info about how it works!

  • Every other week, you will be able to order from our online store using pre-loaded credit. 

We use GrownBy, an app developed by a cooperative of farmers to function as an online CSA store. This store will have your available credit loaded and you can shop any of our available items using that credit. Items include seasonal vegetables, eggs, beef, poultry, pork, lamb, dairy and more!

The store opens on Saturday afternoon and closes on Monday at midnight. Your order is delivered on Wednesday to Louisville and surrounding areas, or available for pickup on Saturday at our farmers market locations. 

  • Payment in advance to establish credit on Grownby (as compared to a regular online store) really helps us!

An online market is great, but the reason the Full Diet is so beneficial for farmers is because it is Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)!

It requires a lot from us financially to begin the growing season. Seeds, potting soil, compost, baby chicks that will grow up to lay eggs, animal feed, tools that need repaired or replaced, all on top of our normal bills - it adds up.

Historically, farmers took out short term bank loans every spring, or had credit with stores, to cover these costs. This put them at significant financial liability every single year, because oftentimes the only assets of a farm business are its land and equipment.

By paying up front instead of order to order, you are saying "I trust you to grow my food this year. Here's some cash for the start up costs." And we in turn feed you all season! Think of it as an investment in us to grow your food. This is true even if you choose to do monthly payments - it helps us to know the cash flow and participation we can expect month to month as well. 

  • We deliver to a pick-up hub or your house. Options for delivery and hub pickup include:​​

Wednesday Home Delivery between 4-7p (includes a $10 per delivery fee)


Wednesday Hubs pickup

Prospect - Covered Bridge Farms neighborhood

Crescent Hill - Reservoir Park neighborhood

Saturday Hubs

St. Matthews Farmers Market 8-12p

Douglas Loop Farmers Market 10-2p

New Albany Farmers Market 8-12p

On Farm Pickup on Wednesdays, anytime after 3pm


  • We have two season lengths to choose from:

The Extended season runs from May 1 - November 20. The delivery dates are as follows: May 1, 15, 29; June 12, 26; July 10, 24; August 14, 28; September 11, 25; October 9, 23; November 6, 20, for a total of 15 deliveries.

The Regular season runs from June 12 - October 23. The delivery dates are as follows: June 12, 26; July 10, 24; August 14, 28; September 11, 25; October 9, 23 for a total of 10 deliveries.'

  • You pay for your CSA based on household size. You can always add more credit if you order beyond the initial household size recommendations!

Have questions? Here are some FAQ's answered below, but if you have others please email us at!

What kind of vegetables can I expect?

One of the most exciting things about participating in a CSA is the opportunity to learn to eat seasonally. The beginning of the season brings a lot of greens - kale, lettuces, spinach, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, and roots like carrots and beets. As we move into summer there are often still those veggies plus tomatoes, squash, beans, peppers, corn, eggplant, and melons! As we move into fall, we often still have summer vegetables long into October, plus a return of all of the greens and roots of spring, winter squash, potatoes, and sweet potatoes. It really is a full tour of the availability of seasonal produce - a farmers market delivered straight to you!

Are you organic?

We, and all of our partner farmers, grow vegetables and raise livestock in ways that we feel are best for people and the planet. We are not certified organic by the USDA, and while we would consider it in the future, right now we find the cost and paperwork just don't make sense for us. However, we grow using methods that we call organic equivalent - we (and our partners) do not use synthetic pesticides or fertilizers, and all of our practices center around regenerative agriculture to improve the health of the soil, provide space for pollinators, and maintain water health on and around the farm. We are very proud of the way we grow our food and the difference it makes in growing nutrient dense foods for ourselves and our customers!

I'm going out of town for work/vacation. Can I skip a delivery?

If you know you will be out of town for a delivery, please let us know as soon as possible (at least one week!) so that we can plan accordingly. Options include:

  • Prorating your CSA rate. We are only able to do this once during the season. If you are going to miss more than one delivery, you can:

  • Ordering more on the delivery before you leave or after you return. Again, please let us know as soon as possible so that we know that's what you're planning to do!

  • Giving it to a friend! We've had lots of "guest CSA members" over the years that step in to take over someone's order that is out of town. It's always a treat for them!

My kids don't eat that much. Do I actually need to include them? 

We find that our pricing structure works very well for most families, so we ask that you include any child over 3 when signing up for the CSA. If you are regularly underordering during the season we can make adjustments.

What if I don't know how to cook some of the vegetables?


We send a newsletter with every order form that includes information about new vegetables offered that week, as well as suggestions about how to cook some of the more unique vegetables. And, if you ever have questions about how to cook something, we're here for you! We are avid home cooks and love to share our love of vegetables!


Other questions? Please don't hesitate to shoot us an email at


We look forward to feeding your family!

Full Diet Pricing Guide


  • First adult: $130/delivery​​

  • Second adult: $100/delivery

  • Each child aged 4-17: $25/delivery

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