The Lamb's Quarter is a colonial-era family farm dating back to 1690. Dedicated to doing things the "old-fashioned" way, we raise all our animals on pasture. The beef and lamb is 100% grass-fed; the pork and chicken free-range on pasture. We do not use any of the modern inputs that have come to define the "modern" farm -antibiotics, steroids, pesticides, and herbicides. Instead, we rely on pasture, sunshine, clean water, good management, and hard work. The Lamb's Quarter is offering a meat and egg CSA to those who are committed to eating food that simply tastes better. The CSA allows members to choose the option that best fits their needs. We have 5 different options to choose from, and 5 different delivery/pickup points.

Listing last updated on Mar 14, 2017


CSA featuring eggs, chicken, pork and beef. Lamb is available a la carte. 26 week program serving Calvert County, MD, Alexandria and Fairfax County, VA.


Season:  May through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  2008

# of Shares:  50

Share Prices:  $130/Egg Share; $225 Chicken Share; 3 different meat share plans ranging from $500-$840.

Work Req?  No


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Schedule and Location:

Old Towne Alexandria Mkt - Saturday 7am - noon
Oak Marr Farmers Mkt - Weds 8-noon May-Oct.
Herndon Farmers Mkt - Thurs. 8-12:30pm May-Oct.
Fairfax Gov't Center Mkt - Thursday 3-7pm May-Oct.



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Everyone is right about the quality of his veggies. We enjoy his produce and we love his family. His daughters are so helpful and hard-working. But the best part has been his chickens and eggs.... [more]


We are getting ready to enter our third season with the Bourne family and their CSA at The Lamb's Quarter. It has been a great experience thus far and we look forward to another season.... [more]


My husband and I visit the Lamb's Quarter booth every time we go to the Alexandria Farmer's Market. We have nothing but praise for Mr. Bourne and his products.... [more]

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