19370 County Road G, Mineral Point, WI 53565 Google Map farmhouse 608.776.8413
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Our Membership Shares

For our 2014 season we are again offering two different sizes of vegetable shares, both of which will be delivered to pre-determined pick-up sites once a week.  Your box will include certified organic vegetables and (occasionally) fruits and the season will last 21 weeks, beginning June 4th-7th and concluding October 22nd-26th.  Everyone will only pay for 20 weeks however, so that you may opt out of pick-up one week in order to accommodate potential conficts such as travel. We grow an enormous array of vegetables and often feature heirloom and Italian varieties. For a detailed list, see What We Grow

 

FULL VEGETABLE SHARE: This box typically features 8-12 items (a bunch of something equals one item) and is usually appropriate for 2-4 people. This membership costs $600 and is valued at $30 per week.  

 

HALF VEGETABLE SHARE: This box typically features 5-8 items and is usually enough for 1-2 people.  This membership costs $300 and is valued at $15 per week.


A CHICAGO BOTANIC FULL SHARE consists of one full-sized farm share to be picked up at the Chicago Botanic Garden each week they host their farmers market frm June though October (the first and third Sundays of the month).  This membership costs $270 and is valued at $30 per week for 9 deliveries.

 

CHEESE SHARE: If you choose this optional add-on share, you will also receive a weekly selection of an artisan cheese crafted in our immediate area.  These will include the delicious aged cheddars and blue cheeses from Hook's, some wonderful goat cheese selections from Montchevre, as well as others.  

 


Photo(s) added: Harvesting Baby CarrotsJanuary 22nd, 2014

New photo added:

Our 2013 Season Draws To A CloseOctober 28th, 2013

Brrrr! The turn in the weather this past week has been a stark reminder that our harvest season is drawing to a close. Those warm and golden afternoons now seem long gone, and gloves, hats, and long

October? Really?!October 2nd, 2013

As farmers, we are ever mindful of precipitation levels, predicted weather forecasts, and number of hours of daylight. But October pretty much just snuck right up on us this year. How could we alread