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Members or business owners who have offered us the use of their garage, porch, etc. We are looking to deliver to more communities!
In the 28 years since we have been offering a CSA program, vegetable eating habits have changed, the average family size has decreased as one-person households have increased and requests to diversify our produce offerings and membership types have increased.
To address the changing needs of our community, we offer the following four Boxed Share sizes: Personal Box delivered in a. This option has more variety and overall quantity than the Basic box. Deluxe Box delivered in a 1 bushel box; approximately lbs. Largest size delivered on our Boxed Share program.
More variety and overall quantity than the Premium box box is depicted below, with fall produce. While the produce will be delivered in.
Please know that during the first two weeks of the season, the above-listed weights and crop diversity may be a little light, as less weighty crops, such as lettuce and kale, may be the only crops mature enough for harvest at that time.
The boxes are pre-packed by farm staff, so no need to box your own at your pick-up site! The boxes are delivered to host sites in our refrigerator truck, and contain assorted produce that has only been grown on our farms.
What do the boxes look like at the pick-up site? From top to bottom, the Personal, the Basic, the Premium and the Deluxe box are shown below: We serve the following neighborhoods in our Delivered Boxed Share program: If you live in eastern Pennsylvania or New Jersey and have an interest in hosting, please contact our office to speak to our Boxed Share Coordinator.
Please keep in mind you may not alternate with other locations throughout the course of the season. For example, if you chose to pick up your box in Summit throughout the spring and fall, but want to switch to picking up in Moorestown throughout the summer, we are not able to accommodate you.
However, occasionally you may pick up share at the Pennington or Chesterfield farm in lieu of picking up your Delivered Boxed Share, provided you call or email in advance. Delivered Boxed Share members may not cancel their box delivery in person at the farm.
Please download your Boxed Share Handbook see below to determine which farm you would visit. We will occasionally harvest some of the pick-your-own crops for you, such as strawberries, hot peppers and green beans, and include them in your box.Starting Commercial Berry Production: Basic Considerations.
Identify Your Market; Seasonal Labour Requirements; Develop a good business plan. The business plan summarizes your business objectives and how you will attain them. Information Pick-your-own customers reduce the need for hired pickers, but few crops are harvested .
2 Introduction A pick-your-own operation is a farm where customers may go to pick, cut or choose their own product out of the field.
Also called u-pick, cut-your-own or choose-your-own, this.
Beginning Farmers offers information on how to start a farm, planning a new farm, funding resources and finding land to start your farm on.
We cover all areas of farming from raising chickens and goats to mushroom production, and urban farms to business farming. Drive to the pick your own fields, (do not walk) following signs from the Red Barn. Pay at each field where you pick: cash, check, credit card.
All fruits and vegetables picked must be purchased. Larriland’s fields are for picking not for eating. Do not bring food into the pick your own fields and orchards. The picnic area is at the Red Barn. Pick-Your-Own Hours: Our farm opens at 9am and closes at 6pm. You must arrive by 5pm to start picking.
Please allot at least an hour to get out into the fields, pick crops, and come back to pay for your produce.
FAQ’s & What To Expect FARM RULES: 1. You must pay for all fruit you pick before eating it. Plan accordingly and pick only what you intend .
Our festival site is a beautiful acre farm, located in Manchester, TN, about 60 miles southeast of Nashville and 40 miles northwest of Chattanooga.