Steed Farms is a 17 acre small diversified farming operation in Plant City We have just finished the fourth season of our Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program. Fall crops will be planted in August, and our season will begin with the first harvest near Thanksgiving. Please consider joining us in the fall! The season runs for 24 weeks, and ends in June. Members may choose full share or half share memberships, based on their needs. We are excited to offer you the freshest seasonal produce you can find, grown with only organic practices. Support your local farmer. Learn to LOVE where you LIVE, by supporting your local community. Call or email us today. We are taking members for the upcoming season. We are now offering HOME DELIVERY in select areas (contact us for details-delivery fee applies).
Come out and support eastern Hillsborough County's first organically grown CSA! Please email us at or call (813) 495-6812 if you or someone you know is interested in eating wholesome, local, pestiside free, good-for-you food! We are accepting new memberhsips for the fall session. Delivery available in certain areas.
Season: November through June
Type: single farm
# of Shares: 50
Full Share: $540.00/24 weeks ($22.50/week)
1/2 Share: $270.00/12 weeks - pickup is every other week
Work Req? No
This is my family's first year as member and we cannot say enough good about the experience, the food and the people. The Steed family work hard to provide their CSA members with high quality, diversified and organically grown veggies and fruits.... [more]
We had a half-share for our family of 4, & it was a fun & tasty experience. I learned to cook a few new veggies & the hubby & kids tasted new things. The Steeds are really nice folks & allowed me some much-needed flexibility for some of my pickups.... [more]
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What a great experience this year sharing in some fantastically delicious vegetables..grown with love by Shawn and Jenn. The taste was terrific, the variety plentiful and the price to join was well worth it, whether you take a 1/2 share or a whole share.... [more]