Reviews for: Knifong Family Farms

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We love Knifong Farms!
By: Aimee Stanberry    (Mar 1, 2013)

We are anxiously awaiting the start of our 3rd season of fresh produce from Knifong Farms! I first joined the CSA at Knifong Farms while my husband was deployed. With 3 kids and a business to run I had neither the time or energy to keep up our backyard garden. We enjoyed our experience so much that we have continued on with them. The baskets are filled with a variety of beautiful produce. The Knifongs are friendly, helpful, and always willing to share recipe ideas. My children and daycare kids love visiting the farm each week. Quite often the kids are treated to a fresh carrot to munch on while they play. The produce is so abundant that I am able to process quite a large amount each summer to enjoy during the winter months.

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Huge baskets and flexible farmers!
By: Leah Moffat    (Feb 22, 2013)

We love the HUGE baskets of produce we get. It's overflowing every week and they charge by week, so if it's a wet spring and the CSA season gets going slowly you don't pay for those lost weeks. You start paying when the veggies start coming. It's a good fit for our family. The Knifongs are wonderful to buy from and will happily show our children around the farm and teach them tidbits about the plants as they go. Good variety of typical crops such as various greens, tomatoes, cucumbers, squash....but also herbs, garlic, amazing onions and green/purple beans, cauliflower, berries, apples, plums....we love it.

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Leah Moffat says:    (Feb 22, 2013)

We've bought CSA shares for two summers now. Forgot to add that.

Fresh but not too much variety
By: Janice Edberg    (Mar 14, 2011)

My husband and I split a share in 2010 which was our third CSA experience. The owners are friendly and helpful and the produce was very fresh, however, it consisted of the typical garden vegetables and nothing very exotic. To give them credit it was a horrible year for gardens; really wet until nearly July 4th so maybe that hindered their experimenting into more varieties. Overall it was a good experience with reasonable prices and generous shares.

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