Cricket Song Farm

Cricket Song Farm

Tuesday, March 27, 2012


A  CSA  (community supported agriculture)  is a partnership between the farmer and the share holder.  The member pre-pays for the seasons produce.  The farmer then buys seeds, supplies, tools etc. needed to produce the vegetables for the up-coming season.  This assures that the vegetables produced will not be wasted.  Every week as produce matures it is picked, divided, and delivered within hours to your area.

We take great pride in offering your family the tastiest, healthiest, and freshest vegetables and fruits available.  We do not use any chemicals, pesticides, or fertilizers of any kind.  We take the stewardship of our little farm right to heart and will always do whats best for the land and the customers we feed. 

Monthly installments are available.  Please contact me at to set up a schedule.  A deposit is required.

Early Season deliveries do not contain as many vegetables as the summer season.

Here is a list of items delivered on June 26th and July 3rd of 2010

Items delivered will vary according to the season and what is available at the delivery time.  Each week will vary as well as  season to season.

year 2010

The  season has more greens at the first of the season due to the vegetables still growing and ripening.  The amount of the above vegetables received was determined by the share size.  As the season progressed the variety of vegetables becomes a larger selection.   You can expect to have 3 or 4 bags of veges during the peak season.  Also we allow unlimited greens each week and beg you to take all the summer squash you will.                                                                                                                                                               


1 LB. String beans
1 LB. Yellow Wax Beans
3 Japanese eggplant
2 Armenian cucumbers
2 long english cucumbers
5 slicing cukes
2 LBS. Heirloom Tomatoes, brandywine, cherry chocolate, great white, cream sausage, banana leg, orange amana and more
baby salad mix- as much as you wanted
2 large storage onions
golden beets
red beets
1 dozen corn
2 LBS. Potatoes-  red, fingerlings, purple viking, rose mountain, purple, yukon, yellow finn, russets
1 LB Rhubarb

The fruit share for that week included:
Canary Melon
8 peaches
1pt. strawberries

The items listed above is what was available on that particular day.  Every season is different depending on the weather and produce/fruit available

 Below is a list of the vegetables we grow.

You can find a detailed listing of the vegetables we grow on the local harvest web site.  They also have recipes, just click on the icon by the individual vegetable.

The fruit share is grown locally by my younger sister Shelly and her cute family of tree monkeys

They grow cherries, grapes, apples, watermelons, cantaloupe, peaches, pears and apricots


I only have a pre-determined amount of shares available.  Shares are reserved when a deposit  is received.    Thanks!

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