Spreading Oaks Farm

Spreading Oaks Farm is a small family-owned farm located 20 minutes west of Atlanta in Paulding County. We have a small herd of Belted Galloway beef cattle, a flock of cage-free laying hens, and a variety of fresh vegetables and herbs available to our CSA members and the local farmers market. We are striving to produce healthy alternatives for our local community.

Listing last updated on Feb 19, 2014

Join us for our Basics of Backyard Gardening class, on Saturday, March 8th, to learn more about creating your own backyard garden. Contact us by phone or email for more information.



Season:  April through November

Type:  single farm

Since:  2003

# of Shares:  25

Full Share:  24 weeks $600; 32 weeks $750

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

Marietta Square Farmers Market on Saturdays 9-12 year round
Paulding County Farm Bureau Farmers Market on Thursdays 3 -7 pm April through November located in Citizens Square Shopping Center, Dallas
Kennesaw Farmers Market, Adams Park, Tuesday mornings 7-1 May through October



Latest Reviews


Ken, Patti and Jason have been wonderful. We're in our 3rd season as CSA members and will continue to be loyal customers because of the great product and people! We were even invited to the farm to see where our food is coming from.... [more]


I have thoroughly enjoyed being a CSA member of Spreading Oaks Farm for the 2012 season. As my first-time CSA experience, my family has enjoyed discovering new vegetables over the season and look forward to each week's pickup.... [more]


I met Ken & Patti a couple of years ago, and have enjoyed their high quality produce since that time... in addition to all the health benefits of fresh produce with no chemicals - the produce lasts a long time in the fridge (I usually buy too much, can't help myself).... [more]

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From Our Blog

2012 CSA Program off to a great start

2012-04-29

2012 CSA program is off to an excellent start.  Last week we had 3 kinds of lettuce, collards, radishes, green onions, pac choi, and brocolli.  I hope everyone enjoyed the fresh greens.  This week we will have kale, swiss chard, Napa cabbage, lettuces, radishes and green onions.... [more]


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