Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Peacefield Farm (PFF) CSA?
PFF is a Family run farm offering weekly local organic produce.
CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. A CSA is a farm where a community of people benefit and often participate in local quality food production.
What’s in a PFF weekly basket?
We deliver organic produce fresh from the ground. So you get what’s ripe for harvest. We offer 29 different vegetables and a couple fruits.
How much comes each week and how much does it cost?
$345 1 Share feeds 4-6 ½ bushel 12 weeks
$205 ½ Share feeds 2-3 ¼ bushel 12 weeks
$10 Mini-share feeds 2 little less ¼ bushel Weekly (10 weeks)
When and where would I pick it up?
How do I pay?
Mail a check with your printed registration or scan and email your registration form and pay online from our website www.PeacefieldFarm.net.
Where’s the farm?
In transit we hope to offer services again in the near future.
What’s the big deal?
Many people are choosing to live healthier lives and would likely benefit from and appreciate organic produce. We grow high-nutrient, pesticide-free, same-day fresh and homegrown taste vegetables that cost less than what you would often pay for non-organic produce in the grocery store. If this describes you or your need in some way PFF may work for you.
How do you do it?
Low overhead. Less gas. Hard work. Innovative farming. Volunteer help.