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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, Rootbound Farm, On Tapp Dairy, and other farmers and producers in the area to offer vegetables, beef, pork, mushrooms, 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, bone broth, and lacto-fermented vegetables from our farm

  • Grass-fed beef, pastured pork, vegetables, and mushrooms from Valley Spirit Farm in Henry County, KY

  • Pastured poultry from Faul Family Riverside Farm in Henry County, KY

  • Certified Organic vegetables, eggs, and grass-fed lamb from Rootbound Farm in Oldham County, KY

  • 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!

  1. Every other week, you will receive an order form curated with the best of the best of what's in season. You will select as much from that list as your family will eat during the two-week period. Check out a sample order form here! 

  2. We deliver to your house (or your pick-up hub) every other Wednesday. 

  3. You pay for your CSA based on household size. Here's a breakdown of our fee structure: 

    • First adult: $115/week​​

    • Second adult: $60/week

    • Each child aged 4-17: $15/week

    • Each child aged 3 and under: Free!

    • So, for a family of 4 with two children 3 and under, the monthly charge would be $700. 

Have questions? Here are some FAQ's answered below!

1. What kind of vegetables can I expect?

  • Spring/Summer Full Diet CSA - We have all of the bounty that summer has to offer! Tomatoes, squash, peppers, corn, plus greens and root veggies

  • Fall/Winter Full Diet CSA - We grow both outdoors and in tunnels during the winter months, allowing us to offer a wide variety of greens, roots, and storage veggies. This season brings tons of greens like kale, salad, cabbages, Asian greens and more; root vegetables including carrots, beets, sweet potatoes, potatoes, radishes, ;and other delicious seasonal offerings like winter squash (butternut, acorn, spaghetti, delicata are usually available), 

2. I have an 8 year old that doesn't eat much. Do I have to include them?


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