23 weeks of eggs from Old Ford Farm, just down the road from Phillies Bridge. The hens are pasture raised and fed certified organic grain. Click here for more information on Old Ford’s growing practices.
- $175 for 23 weeks
18-20 weeks of locally grown fruit. The fruit share typically consists of strawberries, cherries, peaches, nectarines, concord grapes, plums, pears, apples, and sometimes melons. Everything is season dependent.
- $145 for 18-20 weeks
- Most of the fruit comes from Nightingale Farm in Marlboro, NY.
From Dan: “At Glorie Farms, and like most (if not all) New York orchards and vineyards, we do use crop protectants which includes pest and fungal control measures. We strictly follow the Cornell recommendations and only use the most minimal amount of protectants. Specifics of what is applied depends on the year and the season. The farm is also scouted on a regular basis to assess the need. If no need for protectants, none are applied. For added comfort, the previous owners have lived (and continue to) on the farm right next to the orchard and vineyard since it became a functioning farm in 1979.
That being said, we are in a frost aversion site on an east facing mountain between 600-800′ elevation that gets sun immediately upon sunrise. This helps prevent the need for certain measures that might be needed at a farm in a different geographic location.
Please feel free to reach Dan directly at 860-921-7192 if you have any questions.”
2023 CSA shares and add-ons will be available soon! Check back in the next few weeks to register for the 2023 season.