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Visit us on facebook . Sign up now for FALL 2017 CSA before we fill up. Membership is limited to openings available on a first come basis.

Treat yourself and your family to the healthful goodness of Skipper Farms fresh Produce, you’ll not only be saving yourself precious time by letting us do much of your shopping for you, but also you'll be contributing to the success of sustainable agriculture and a small family farm. We provide naturally grown produce avoiding chemical pesticides, herbicides, genetically modified plants, antibiotics, and growth hormones. However, perhaps the best part is the  healthy benefits our produce! It is local, fresher, better tasting, more nutritious, and a much better quality produce than from a supermarket (which is rarely local). We love to hear you tell us that it was the best you ever tasted. We do NOT use GMO plants or seeds.


Our produce is picked fresh daily from non GMO seed stock and sent straight to our markets for sale! We avoid chemical sprays.

FALL 2017 CSA begins September 9, 2017 and runs through December 16, 2017. Space is limited so sign up now to reserve your share. E-mail us at skipperfarms@gmail,com.

  About Csa's

CSA  shares do vary a lot from one season to the next and even weekly due to changing growing conditions. A CSA is not a buying club to fill your pantry, although many members tell us they get enough to freeze or can for later use because they can't eat it all at once. Our CSA does give you local grown fresh fruit and vegetables to provide better nutrition that studies have shown are more beneficial for better health. CSA's also boost the farmers capability to sustain local agriculture through profitability by providing a market for our fresh crops. CSA's  reduce transportation and imports, thus providing a GREENER footprint on the environment. Many of our customers like the variety that their basket surprises them with each week. We try to provide a wide variety of great tasting anti-oxidant and vitamin packed fresh produce to your total satisfaction. 

See our FACEBOOK to see real photos, Some SAMPLES of CSA share items are shown BELOW on right side of page.
SAMPLES ARE OF A FAMILY BASKET BUT CAN VARY IN AMOUNTS AND VARIETY DEPENDING ON SEASONAL CONDITIONS AND AVAILABILITY.


 Family shares are  estimated for 2 adults and 2 young children. Couple shares are about 2/3 of a family share.  Alternate pick up days and times can be arranged with prior approval. Samples of what a Summer family share can consist of throughout the growing season are shown here on this  page--- enjoy the summer goodies. Fall CSA examples are listed below on the right side of this page.These are merely some examples and are not guaranteed selections or quantities, because of  the variations in weather and growing conditions. Many assorted varieties will be included such as kale, heirloom tomatoes, asparagus, sweet potatoes, sweet corn, melons, cantaloupes, peaches, acorn,butternut squash, spaghetti squash, hanover salad, brocolli, cabbage, radishes, swiss chard, parsnips, mesclun mix, spinach, turnips, assorted greens, squash, zucchini, cucumbers, lettuces, beets, apples, strawberries, carrots, potatoes, peppers, onions, cauliflower, vine ripened tomatoes, green beans, peas, mushrooms, peanuts, and many more fresh goodies. The Fall CSA produce includes selections of sweet potatoes,collards,brocolli,cabbage,brussels sprouts,acorn squash,carrots,beets,lettuces,cucumbers,turnips,rutabagas,potatoes,kale,peanuts,apples,pumpkins and late summer vegetables until frost.




 

May/June ex1

May/June ex2

May/June ex3

1 quart Strawberries

1 quart New  Potatoes

 

1 Cabbage

2 pounds May Peas

2 Cucumbers

3 lbs. Sweet Potatoes

1 quart Strawberries

1 quart New Potatoes

1 bunch Spring Onions

 parsnips

1 ½ pounds Green Beans

5 Beets

1 head Romaine Lettuce

1 pounds Tomatoes

 Bunched turnips

 

1 pounds Zuchinni

1 Lettuce

1 ½ pounds Spinach

1  Qt. Peaches

1 bunch Radishes

1 bunch Spring Onions

 

1 ½ pounds Spinach

2 Cucumbers

1 head Romaine Lettuce

 Apples

1 pounds Yellow Squash or Zuchinni

6 ears Sweet Corn

 

 

July/August ex1

July/August ex2

July/August ex3

1 quart Peaches

9 ears Sweet Corn

1 quart okra

2 Cucumbers

1 pound Eggplant

3 pounds Red Potatoes

1 Watermelon

1 pint Grape Tomatoes

1 Seedless Watermelon

1 Cantaloupe

2 Sweet Onions

Melon

3 Colored Peppers

1 quart Salad Cucumbers

2 Sweet Onions

1 ½ pounds Green Beans

1 head Romaine Lettuce

9 ears Sweet Corn

2 pounds Tomatoes

1 quart Okra

3 pounds Ginger Gold Apples

1 heads Leaf Lettuce

1 Watermelon

1 ½ pounds Green Beans

3 pounds Potatoes

1 Cantaloupes

1 pounds Yellow Squash or Zuchinni

 1 pound squash

1 pound squash

2 Cucumbers

 

 

 

 

 

FALL ex1

                FALL ex2

FALL ex3

1 pound Candy Onions

3 pounds Potatoes

3 pounds Sweet Potatoes

1 Qt. Kiwis

1 cauliflower

Apples

2 Acorn Squash

2 pounds Turnips

1 bunch Broccoli

cabbage

 Apples

1 head cabbage

 kale1 pound Candy Onions

1 pound carrots

3/4 pounds Spinach

1 Butternut Squash

1 Bunch Beets

1  pound carrotsCollards

1 pound peanuts

3 pounds potatoes3/4 pound Spinach

1/2 pound mesclun mix