Hello and welcome to Five Oaks Farm CSA and our listing info for 2014.
It's going to be another great year!
We use organic practices to bring you fresh, great tasting food. Our CSA season starts in June and wraps up in December. We grow more than 50 food crops, encompassing more than 120 different variety thru the seasons. All are great tasting heirloom and rare varieties of vegetables and herbs for your weekly basket. No GMO products, ever. We also offer egg shares from our own flock. We pasture raise a small amount of broiler chickens and have a few head of beef as well. Our sheep and cattle provide our fertilizer needs. Our bees do the pollination work and produce a bounty of honey for CSA members as well.
Our traditional "summer season" runs from June to October. Our Fall/winter share starts in October and runs into December.
If you want to eat great tasting, healthy food, fresh from our farm to your table, you have found the right place. Five Oaks Farm CSA. Thanks for looking.
Hello and Welcome to Five Oaks Farm CSA.
We are excited to offer our family farm fresh, locally grown herbs, fruits and vegetables direct from the farm to you. Our 2014 season will feature more than 50 varieties of vegetables, herbs and fruit. We focus on growing heirloom and rare varieties for all of our crops. No GMO seed or plantings, ever. We bring fresh and flavorful crops to your basket so you can savor all the seasons have to offer. Our seasons run from June into December.
Season: June through December
Type: single farm
# of Shares: 20
Full Share: $ 455.00 per season full share - 2014 June - October
1/2 Share: $315.00 per season - 2014 June - October
Work Req? No
This is our second year participating in the Five Oaks CSA. This year we enjoyed an abundant crop! The season started with a nice assortment of lettuces and greens with enough to keep a family of five happy for weeks!.... [more]
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This is my first year participating in a CSA. Five Oaks Farm produced quality crops despite a difficult growing season (early June floods; mid-summer drought; cool temps.... [more]