CSA

CSA stands for Community Shared Agriculture. In a CSA, a farmer grows food for a pre-determined group of consumers who pay an annual fee to purchase their share of the harvest. The risks of a harvest are carried by both the consumer and the farmer. Of course, the bountiful harvests are rewarded accordingly. At Rock-N-Horse farm we use no pesticides, no insecticides and no chemical fertilizers to try and give you the healthiest vegetables we can.

Short Season CSA

A Short Season full share is geared to provide produce for two adults who eat lots of vegetables or a family with children.  This is when the vegetables are most abundant.  (12 weeks July 1 to Sept 21) The cost is $540.00. A 1/2 share is $300.00.

Pick up at the farm only 1281 Rae Road, Almonte.

Long Season CSA

One Long Season full share is geared to provide families who want fresh local produce. (20 weeks June 8 to Oct 19) will be $800.00. ( Payment Option Only for this share: 1/2 on sign up, remainder by August 1st) A 1/2 share will be $450.00.

Pick up takes place at the farm, located at 1281 Rae Road, Almonte.

What Can You Expect In Your CSA Basket?

You can expect to find in your basket some or all of the following depending on the weather:
Fresh greens, lettuce mixes, spinach, swiss chard, rhubarb, spring onions, herbs, tomatoes, peppers, carrots, summer squash, beets, beans, peas, potatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, onions, strawberries, raspberries, summer turnips, summer squash, corn, kale, radish, broccoli, summer cabbage, sour cherries, black or red currants, haskups, and garlic

What Can You Expect In Your CSA Basket?

You can expect to find in your basket some or all of the following depending on the season and the weather:
Fresh spring greens, lettuce mixes, spinach, swish chard, rhubarb, spring onions, asparagus, herbs, tomatoes, peppers, carrots, summer squash, greens, beets, beans, peas, potatoes, eggplant, cucumbers, zucchini, onions, celery, strawberries, raspberries, cabbage, leek, cauliflower, turnips, kolrabi, winter squash, pumpkins, kale, broccoli, brussel sprouts, radish, melons, corn, sour cherries, black or red currants, apples, haskups, and garlic.