Local Organically Grown Veggies From Wild Fox CSA
Nov 05, 2014 03:26PM
Winter shares sign-ups are available now for the Wild Fox Farm community sponsored agriculture (CSA) in Barto. Each week for 10 weeks, beginning November 18, shareholders enjoy a market-style “free choice” pick-up of locally grown vegetables. Co-owner Ben Davies says, “This means you take what you need, the variety you prefer and the quantity you will use each week. Weekly shares add up to 12 pounds on average, or an overflowing half bushel basket.” The 10-week share costs $300.
The family owned and operated Wild Fox Farm nurtures 40 acre of prime farmland in Pennsylvania’s beautiful Butter Valley, off route 100, practicing holistic and sustainable farming methods. Co-owner Karah Davies says, “We grow five acres of vegetables, raise pastured poultry and eggs, woodlot pork and free-range lamb, and offer both summer and winter CSA shares. We grow our vegetables without the use of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides or GMO seed. Our animals never receive hormones or antibiotics and eat local GMO-free grain.” 2015 summer shares sign-ups are available now.
Location: 5015 Longview Lane, Barto, PA. For more information, call 267-424-1439 or email [email protected].