We are a small, diversified family farm. We have a seasonal CSA from May through September, and raise and sell pork, lamb and beef year round. We grow all the "normal" vegetables, such as squash, onions, garlic, beans, peas, tomatoes, peppers, and a large variety of both salad and cooking greens, along with some unusual things that tickle our fancy. We are moving more and more to heirloom varieties that will withstand climate change, and that help us to be sustainable.
Our pork is Berkshire (kurobota), our lamb is Katahdin, and our beef is Brown Swiss, the steers from our dairy girls. We are located halfway between Nashville, TN and Huntsville, AL, and serve member families in both cities. For 2008 our CSA cost is $650. We sell meat by the whole, half, or by the individual cut. For a price list, go to our website, www.dwfarms.com.
50 family CSA, naturally grown vegetables, humanely raised pork, lamb, and beef. Farmers Danny and Wendy, with Carleigh and Noah in training, are out to make a family farm a viable enterprise. Visitors are welcome.
Season: May through September
Type: single farm
# of Shares: 50
Full Share: $650/season
Work Req? No
Nashville Farmers Market
Saturdays, 9am - 1pm
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We signed up for DW Farm's CSA in April, 2008. Apparently they had a "poor year" in 2007, "due to the drought," and did not complete their contracts. They failed to complete their contract this year as well (2008), with no explanations or compensation given.... [more]