Allenbrooke Farms

Allenbrooke Farms is a 120 acre family farm in Spring Hill, TN, and is farmed by husband and wife team Daniel and Stephanie Allen. The farm is Certified Naturally Grown, the grassroots alternative to organic, and everything is grown using natural, organic farming methods. We offer a CSA Program for our customers, as well as an onsite farm stand, and you can find us at the Franklin Farmer's Market as well.

Community-Supported or Community-Shared Agriculture (CSA) is also known as "subscription farming." You buy a subscription from a local farmer - just like you buy a subscription to Time or Newsweek. Instead of receiving a magazine each week, you receive a "share" of fresh, locally and organically grown fruit and/or vegetables. While new in name, Community Supported Agriculture hearkens back to an earlier time-a time when people knew where their food came from, ate in harmony with the seasons, and enjoyed a delicious, healthy diet of pure, fresh foods.

CSA's are a fresh, fun, and most importantly a cost effective alternative to the grocery stores, and they allow you to support a local farmer in the process. Some of the many benefits: You'll receive a weekly basket of fresh, locally grown, good tastin' produce, and new recipes to go along with it. Many weeks we plan to have bouquets of fresh cut flowers as well! You will be buying food from a family that you know and trust, at a fraction of the cost of the grocery store chains.... and NO recalls! Your veggies are Certified Naturally Grown, the grassroots alternative to Organic for small farms like Allenbrooke Farms. You will have a great opportunity to introduce your family to the idea of knowing where and whom your food comes from, how it grows, and you'll learn to learn to 'eat with the seasons'. You will be helping not only your local economy, but a local family farm- Allenbrooke Farms. Many of the varieties we grow are unique heirloom varieties that cannot be found in stores, and you will have a say in what we grow! Let us know what you like and want in your baskets and we will do what we can to make it happen.

Share Info

Allenbrooke Farms CSA members receive a half bushel basket full of veggies each week. Our season begins in mid-May and runs through October, for a total of 24 weeks.

Full Shares are $900.00 for 24 weeks, and are ideal for families. If you're not familiar with the size of a half-bushel, it's a lot! The baskets alone measure 10" deep and 14" in diameter. That's a lot of fresh, local, organically grown produce- and for only $37.50 a week!

Half Shares are available for $550.00 and are ideal for individuals and couples. Half Share members receive a peck basket (1/4 bushel) every week.

What We Grow

Here's a list of some of the items we grow at Allenbrooke Farms, which you can expect to receive in your CSA basket, at our farm stand, and the Allenbrooke Farms booth at the Farmer's Market throughout the season:

American Flag Leeks

Amish Paste Tomatoes

Amish Snap Peas

Arkansas Little Leaf Cucumbers

Baby Pak Choy

Basil

Beefsteak Tomatoes

Bell Peppers

Black Beauty Eggplant

Black Beauty Summer Squash

Black from Tula Tomatoes

Blue Lake Beans

Brandywine Tomatoes

Burbank Tomatoes

Burgundy Okra

Buttercrunch Lettuce

Butternut Squash

Cantaloupe

Chadwick Tomatoes

Chantenay Carrots

Charleston Wakefield Cabbage

Chioggia Beets

Comred Red Onions

Contender Beans

Crimson Sweet Watermelons

Crookneck Yellow Squash

Danvers Carrots

Dark Green Summer Zucchini

DiCiccio Broccoli

Early Wonder Tall Beets

Eight Ball Zucchini Squash

Florence Fennel

Fordhook Giant Chard

French Breakfast Radishes

Garden Peach Tomatoes

Golden Wax Beans

Gourmet Salad Mix Lettuce

Granny Taylor's Heirloom Grape Tomatoes

Green Beans

Green Cayenne Peppers

Old German Tomatoes

Ole Timey Tennessee Pumpkins

Parisian Carrots

Peas

Principe Borghese Drying Tomatoes

Provider Beans

Purple Top Turnips

Rapinni Broccoli

Red Express Cabbage

Red Potatoes

Red Russian Kale

Rocky Ford Green Melons

Romaine Lettuce

Scarlet Nantes Carrots

Seven Top Turnips

Simpson Lettuce

Snow Peas

Snowball Cauliflower

Snowball White Onions

Spaghetti Squash

Spaghetti Squash

Straight Eight Cucumbers

Stuttgarter Yellow Onions

Sugar Cherry Tomatoes

Sugar Snap Peas

Sunset Lettuce

Sweet Diamond Peppers

Sweet Golden California Wonder Peppers

Sweet Potatoes

Sweet Purple Beauty Peppers

Sweet Tater Pumpkins

Tendergreen Beans

Tendergreen Cucumbers

Torpedo Red Bottle Onions

Valencia Onions

Valencia Tomatoes

Walla Walla Onions

Waltham Broccoli

White Beauty Radishes

White Icicle Radishes

Yukon Gold Potatoes

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Listing last updated on Dec 21, 2012

Allenbrooke Farms is a 120 acre family farm in Spring Hill, TN, and is farmed by husband and wife team Daniel and Stephanie Allen. Together they grow vegetables, fruits, and flowers. Everything at Allenbrooke Farms is grown using natural, organic farming methods. Come by our farm stand, visit us at the farmer's market, or join our CSA program to get our naturally grown, good tastin' food- fresh from our Farmily to yours!



Season:  May through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  2011

# of Shares:  75

Full Share:  Full Shares are $900.00 for 24 weeks, and are ideal for families. If you're not familiar with the size of a half-bushel, it's a lot! The baskets alone measure 10" deep and 14" in diameter. That's a lot of fresh, local, organically grown produce for $37.50

1/2 Share:  Half Shares are available for $550.00 and are ideal for individuals and couples. Half Share members receive a peck basket (1/4 bushel) every week- for $22.92/week.

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

The Franklin Farmer's Market
230 Franklin Road Franklin, TN 37064
Saturdays
8:00 am to 1:00 pm

Schedule and Location:

Allenbrooke Farms
2023 Doctor Robertson Road
Spring Hill, TN 37174
Monday- Friday
10:00 am-6:00 pm

We are open to selling and growing our produce for wholesale. Give us a call or email us to discuss!



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