Dunlooken Farm

Sold out of Whole Hog memberships and memberships for those picking up except at the farm for 2014! Dunlooken farm serves the Western suburbs of Minneapolis on west to the Glencoe area. Our members are those that enjoy experimenting with heritage and uncommon varieties of vegetables. We offer the "whole farm" experience with opportunities to help in the barn and garden or to just come hang out, visit or bird watch. We have 2 open houses for our members where you can meet all the animals, ride a pony, milk a goat, and have a hay ride to pick you pumpkin at the end of the season. If you prefer your tomatoes red and your carrots orange we may not be the CSA for you, but if blue potatoes, golden beets and finding veggies that aren't familiar sounds exciting then we're the place! Our CSA members also have first choice in buying meat, honey, and eggs and get 1/2 off of riding lessons.

Listing last updated on Apr 26, 2014

Sold out for 2014 except for a few Veggie Lover shares for pickup at the farm! Thank you to all of our new and returning members!



Season:  June through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  2006

# of Shares:  30

Full Share:  "Veggie Lovers" $400 "The Whole Hog" $500 "Flower Share" $150 We have had to add a $25 delivery charge for those who do not pick up at the farm.

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

At the farm: 10585 Hwy 212, Glencoe

Many different veggies most picked while you wait.
Open by appointment or Saturday mornings.
Just pull in the driveway, we'd love to find you some great food. You can't get it fresher than at our stand!



Latest Reviews


For the last 3 years, my husband and I split a CSA box from Dunlooken with another family. LOVE! They are a family-owned small operation and you have the option of adding fruit, eggs, and meat to your CSA.... [more]


As my first venture into CSAs Dunlooken has set the bar high. They have been very friendly and welcoming. I really enjoyed weekends out working with them on the farm and all of the things I've learned in the process.... [more]


2010 was our first experience with a CSA and we were really glad we chose Dunlooken Farm!

They go above and beyond to provide different varieties of quality vegetables.... [more]

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Spring?

2011-03-08

Is spring coming?  Of course it is, it always has. There are signs out there.  The buds on the cottonwood's buds are growing.  There are baby goats in the kid barn, a long line of milkers in the milker's barn, and even more big fat goats in the dry milker's pen.... [more]


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