We are small in size but mighty in production!
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 the opening of our farm stand and before our CSA share pick-ups. This maximizes 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 market customers. For the list of what we grow, please click here.
We are now full in our memberships for our upcoming 2023-24 CSA season (our 12th!) which started on November 17 and will run through late May 2024.
We thank everyone for the support of our small farm!
About our farm stand
Just a reminder -- if a listed item is not on the table, let us know and if available, Rodger will harvest it on the farm or bring it from the cooler -- in other words, fresh from the farm or fresh from the cooler!
Farm Stand Hours
Friday 1 pm to 6 pm
Saturday 8 am to 2 pm
We accept cash and all
major debit/credit cards
On the farm
The time has come for us (meaning Farmer Rodger ) to start digging our Covington sweet potatoes. We will have them, freshly dug, along with our Orleans variety, at our Farm Stand this Friday and Saturday. Also available are our lettuces, cherry tomatoes, kale, collard greens and much more of our organically grown and harvested fresh-off-the-farm produce.