Auburnlea Farms MEAT CSA

We are a local farming family that the Lord graciously situated on 246 beautiful rolling green acres in Campbell County, Virginia. Our six children work (willingly!) along with us on the farm, and we all share the same goal for our farm: To provide healthy, safe food for the public, while being good stewards of the resources God has given us to use. We currently raise pastured, all natural (No antibiotics,hormones,preservatives,or additives in raising or processing) beef cattle and poultry. Both are available to the public in individual vacuum packed cuts, OR in bulk: quarter, half or whole beef. Visit our website for more information!

We are Committed to Excellence~ From our Farm to Your Table

Listing last updated on Apr 7, 2011

You CAN know: * Where and How your food is grown, and Who grows it *That your food is Safe *That your food is Healthy *That your food is Natural

~Auburnlea Farms~ Let Us Grow Dinner for Your Family

Our family is committed to provide the public with safe, quality, nutritious, and affordable foods. Please let us know how we may serve you!



Season:  Year round

Type:  single farm

Since:  2009

# of Shares:  140

Full Share:  Whole Shares: $1,350(13 biweekly deliveries) Payment Plan Available: Contact us for details (Equivalent to $52/week) Half shares also available Shares may be split with friends or family members Shares are transferable, but not refundable

1/2 Share:  $675 (13 biweekly deliveries) Payment Plan Available: Contact us for details (Equivalent to $26/week) Shares may be split with friends or family members Shares are transferable, but not refundable

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

Customers may schedule pick up at the farm every other Saturday, or a pick up site convenient to the members' town can be arranged at registration.

All natural, pastured Beef
Natural, pastured Whole Chicken and Turkey




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From Our Blog

Is There Truth in all the Food Labels and Titles?

2010-03-26

"Grass Fed", "Natural", "Pastured",

"Antibiotic-Free"...

What do all the terms really mean, and more importantly,

what do they matter?

In this world of gimmicks, marketing, and word-play, we've found it difficult to accurately describe our meats without sounding like another sales tactic.... [more]


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