That'll Do Farm is a 17-acre sustainable fiber and produce farm in Grafton, Ohio.
We are raising a quality herd of Huacaya and Suri Alpacas, naturally colored Angora Goats and Romeldale/CVM sheep for their fiber. We offer knitting, spinning and rug hooking classes in addition to our Ohio grown yarn.
We are the first farm in Ohio to offer an alpaca fiber CSA.
We also offer our customers a produce CSA. While we are not certified organic, we do farm organically. That'll Do Farm is thoroughly modern and up-to-date, but it keeps its roots firmly planted in the past, using farming practices your grandparents would remember. All manure, barn litter and garden waste is composted. The compost is turned into the garden each fall, thus eliminating the need for artificial fertilizers. We practice crop rotation to keep harmful bugs to a minimum.
We are growing tomatoes, potatoes, loose leaf and head lettuces, swiss chard, garlic, onions, spinach, a large assortment of herbs, hot peppers, green, red and yellow peppers, blackberries, eggplant, and a variety of summer and winter squash.
The farm is also home to more than fifty heritage breed laying hens, laying a variety of colored eggs, from blue and green to deep chocolate brown. Our happy chickens free range throughout the farm.
We also have six hives of very active bees that produce some of the best wildflower honey you've ever tasted.
Season: June through October
Type: single farm
# of Shares: 50
Full Share: $450 for a full share or $275 for a half share. Both shares run for 17 weeks
1/2 Share: $275/17 weeks
Work Req? No
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