CSA news

Membership for our upcoming 2022-23 season (our 11th!) is now full and we are not able to accept any additional members.

We thank everyone for the support of our local, hometown farm!

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About our farm stand

We are now closed for the summer but we will be back sometime in early November with our fresh-off-the-farm, organically grown fall crops!

For advance notification of our re-opening date (projected for early November), please sign up here >>>

Farm Stand Hours

   Friday        1 pm to 6 pm   

Saturday    8 am to 2 pm

We accept cash and all
major debit/credit cards

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On the farm

Our cat Goose with our seed packets

We are small in size but mighty in production!

Farmer Rodger and Carol

We have a farm stand open to the public and a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) located in Auburndale, Florida. Our products are produced using organic growing methods and we follow the USDA's National Organic Program rules and regulations.  What this means to our customers and CSA members is fresh, locally grown produce and fruit that are healthier and more nutritious because no harmful products were used in their production.

Our vegetables are grown in season and harvested at their peak so that you receive the healthiest, freshest and most delicious produce available.  Produce is picked right before our CSA pick-ups and opening of our farm stand, thereby maximizing the flavor and nutritional quality of our vegetables. 

Our mantra is "Thousands of Miles Fresher."  Whether you visit us at our farm stand or purchase a CSA share, our customers and members will find the freshness, quality and variety of our produce unsurpassed.  We also are known to occasionally grow unique, unusual vegetables for our members and our market customers.  For the list of what we grow, please click here.

How to find us

Bilbrey Family Farm

6488 Bilbrey Nursery Rd

Auburndale FL  33823

863.412.2008

info@bilbreyfamilyfarm.com

Goose (Bilbrey), our in-house Quality Control Inspector, was recently examining our seeds, most likely searching for catnip seeds (he did find a packet string, though).
 

Very soon we will be planting the first of our fall crop seeds -- cherry tomato , pepper and eggplant .

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