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We deliver our boxes every Thursday afternoon from April to Christmas, and every other Thursday afternoon between January and March.
- Farm pickup is usually available by 11am, and we keep the lights on for pickup until 9pm.
- We have depot deliveries completed between noon and 2pm and are available until store closing.
- Home deliveries happen between noon and 4pm
You can choose to do any of the following options:
1. Take you food home in your personal bag and leave the box at the depot.
2. Take the bin home with you and return it when you pick up the next box (please try not to forget!).
3. For home delivery, simply leave the empty box in the location we delivered it to you and we will exchange it with your full box on the next delivery date.
*Please make sure your box is wiped clean and dry when returning it.
No. Our meat and eggs are not currently certified organic, and here is why:
We choose to support our Chatham-Kent community by sourcing our young stock of steers and laying hens from local farmers, and having local butchers and cutting facilities process our meat. Unfortunately, the cutting facilities and sourcing farmers do not have organic certification; therefore these products do not qualify as certified organic.
Our Farming Practices
Our beef animals are pastured rotationally in the warmer months, and, in the winter, they are fed hay and roots (turnips, beets and carrots). We do not use any grains for our bovines.
Our chickens and turkeys are all fed a certified organic ration of milled grains with minerals balanced for their nutritional requirements. They are pastured during the warmer months, and are spaciously sheltered in a bright hoop-house coop during the winter.
That's ok! It is possible to pick your box up a day or two late; however, all boxes will be removed by Saturday.
*Please note that the longer your box waits for you, the less fresh it will be. Also, we ask that you be courteous to our depots and retrieve your boxes promptly, as spoiling vegetables and lingering boxes do little to enhance the depots' atmosphere.
**If you are picking up your box from the Dresden farm, we are able to keep the boxes in our cooler, so they have a better chance at maintaining freshness.
Please do not hesitate to send us an email! (email@example.com)
Feedback from members about the quality of the produce assists us in providing a better box to each of our valued customers.
Please keep in mind, however, that organic fruit and vegetables, by their very nature, are generally not uniform in shape and colour. Our priorities are taste, nutrition, and freshness before uniformity and appearance. Fresh produce also requires refrigeration to keep from spoiling quickly.
Sure! (Please keep in mind that many of these are availiable seasonally)
- Beans (Fresh, Green)
- Squash, Butternut + Various
- Sweet Corn
- Sweet Onions
- Red and Yellow Onions
- Swiss Chard
ORGANIC FRESH HERBS
PASTURED ANIMAL PRODUCTS
- Chickens (broiler)
- Grass-fed Beef (various cuts)
Other organic products that we do not grow, but source as locally as
- Sweet Potatoes
*We also buy from Pfennings on tropical imports and things we grow when we are out of season. (all organic)* These include bananas, oranges, grapefruit, apples, mangos, cauliflower, broccoli, onions, kiwi, cucumbers, and peppers and more.
*All the retail fruits and vegetables are certified organic.
Please Contact us via email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or by phone (226-881-1053).
Come Visit Us!
We no longer operate a farm stand, but if you would like to see the farm and ask questions in person,
we'd love to schedule an appointment with you! Give us a call!
559 Sydenham Street