Located in the flint hills tall grass prairie of east central Kansas, Shepherd's Valley is a family owned diversified farm featuring organically grown fruits, vegetables, and herbs, direct marketed to consumers through three seasonal CSA subscription share programs. The Spring CSA share runs 7 weeks from mid-April through May. The main season Summer Share runs 13 weeks from June through August. The Fall Share extends the season 8 more weeks from September through the end of October. Our Winter Green fresh salad greens and cold-hardy crops are available locally on an "as-we-have-it" basis. We have been providing wholesome foods to our customers using chemical-free, biologically sound methods for over 40 years. We follow organic, regenerative, and sustainable principles in all aspects of the farm.

Shepherd's Valley raises pastured poultry including broilers, heritage turkeys, and farm fresh eggs. Customers tell us our broilers remind them of that old-fashioned chicken flavor they remember when they were kids - "just like Grandma used to serve." Our pampered hens lay gorgeous large brown eggs that are a real treat - delighting bakers, chefs, and breakfast eaters. Heritage breeds and broad-breasted bronze turkeys are raised for the Thanksgiving table. Like all of our poultry, these big beautiful birds are raised on lush green pastures and fed certified organic grains and trace mineral supplements. No vaccinations, antibiotics, hormones, pesticides, or medicated feeds are used in the production of our birds.

Grass fed Corriedale sheep and lambs provide our customers with premium table fare and beautiful handspinner's wool. A growing number of hand spinning enthusiasts are discovering our prize-winning wool fleeces. Our lambs are 100% naturally grown on Psalm 23 green pastures and hay. Everyone who tries our lamb meat comes back for more! A number of area chefs find no comparison equal to Shepherd's Valley lamb.

We are beekeepers as well, providing our customers with honey and bee pollen, and value-added products such as jams and jellies. You do not have to be a member of our CSA to purchase farm products, however our shareholders receive first priority.

Shepherd's Valley is located northwest of Americus, Kansas We are a 20 minute drive from Emporia and an hour's scenic drive from both Topeka and Manhattan.

If you would like further information about our farm, CSA subscription programs, or would like to schedule a farm tour for your family or group, please contact us at the link below.

Listing last updated on Mar 1, 2021

It's time to purchase 2021 CSA shares. With over 70 kinds of fruits, vegetables, and herbs, our weekly box of farm fresh, organically grown foods is exactly what you and your family needs for optimum nutrition and wholesomeness. Take a look at what we have to offer through our three season CSA share programs. Spring shares begin April 13th, so don't wait to get signed up, because we have a limited number of shares available and we always sell out quickly..

Season:  April through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  2005

# of Shares:  100

Share Prices:  2021 CSA Spring shares are $260 plus tax for a 7 week season, Summer regular shares are 13 weeks at $625 plus tax. Summer large shares are $815 plus tax. Fall regular shares are $400 plus tax for 8 weeks. Fall large shares are $520 plus tax.

Work Req?  No

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We discovered SV last fall in time to enjoy sweet potatoes, green beans, Jerusalem artichokes...and a Thanksgiving turkey! Wow, never knew produce and poultry could taste so good.... [more]

We purchased a half share in Shepherd's Valley in 2008 and are looking forward to our second season with them. It was wonderful to experience a more seasonal approach to eating and to know that what you were putting on the table was clean and free of chemicals.... [more]

Shepherd's Valley has been a fantastic discovery for us. They now supply about 90% of our seasonal produce needs, 100% of our egg and bee needs. If we weren't vegetarians, we would get all our poultry and lamb from them, as we've heard good things.... [more]

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