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Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
A CSA provides members a share of the harvest, while supporting local farmers.

Our Advantages

  • Single Farm
  • Know Your Farmer
  • Local Labor
  • Money Stays Here
  • Zero Landfill
  • Home Delivery
  • All Year Long
  • Customize Your Box
  • And Eggs and Honey

In Our Delivery Area?
Check map to see if you live in our Home Delivery area.
Home Delivery Area

Welcome to your Farm! Sign up online. Make monthly deposits into your Farm Savings Account. Use it to pay for your deliveries as you get them. Credit for unused space and skipped boxes. Earn interest on your Farm Savings Account balance.

Members stay signed up year-round, but can use unlimited holds to skip deliveries during parts of the year like winter or for vacations.

Pay only for what you get. In summer, average member pays $29 for a half share, $49 for a full share, per weekly delivery. Less during winter.

A simple monthly payment plan will keep your account funded. The default monthly payment is determined by your share size, $95 for half, $155 for full. You can set a different monthly amount. Or make lump sum payments by check. You can suspend monthly payments if your account balance grows too big. What ever works for you!
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First Timer?
Consider Summer (June) for starting your deliveries. Summer is more plentiful and reliable. Winter may not meet expectations if you've not done CSA before.

Year-Round
Summer weekly deliveries (June-Oct) and Winter every other week deliveries (Nov-May). Half Share suits 1-2 people, Full Share fits 2-4 people.

Summer - 20 Deliveries (June-Oct) Delivered every week
Includes late spring produce like asparagus and spinach; early summer strawberries and peas; plus mid summer tomatoes and corn, ending with late summer beans and winter squash.

Winter Season - 16 Deliveries (Nov-May) Delivered every 2 weeks
Includes fall produce like beets and brussels sprouts; early winter high tunnel protected lettuce and spinach, winter storage squash and turnips, and finally early spring greens and asparagus.

Farm Savings Account
Each member has a Farm Savings Account which is used to pay for their deliveries as they are received. Members maintain a balance in their Farm Savings Account using periodic deposits - made when convenient or on a monthly schedule. Members receive interest on their ending balance each month.

Questions?
About CSA, Customization, Credits, Vacations, Practices, Bee Friendliness, Happy Chickens, Quantity? See FAQ.
Frequently Asked Questions

Member's Corner

Manage Your Account
Update info, add members (for email), view Farm Saving Account transactions, adjust monthly deposits, set up vacation holds

Summer
June thru Oct, Delivery every week.

Winter
Nov thru May. Delivery every two weeks.

Member Guide
Useful info about your CSA membership

Our farm is owned and operated by Phil Hannay and Kathy Kubal. Along with our son Ian, his wife Angie, and some additional employees, we plant, grow and harvest everything on our farm to insure the highest freshness and quality. Occasionally, we may add some special items grown by a neighbor, by one of our employees, or even by a member. Our EMPOLYEES ARE LOCAL, so your money stays here. Typical employees are high school or college students who live in the Buffalo area.

We are BEE, BUTTERFLY AND INSECT FRIENDLY preferring to keep a balance of good and bad bugs. We have prairie and woody areas among our fields providing a lot of diverse habitat for our fellow creatures - some nice (bluebirds and squirrels), some not so nice (robins and deer) - with all being tolerated as part of a healthy sustainable rural farm. We use simple biological practices like cover crops, compost, lighter fertilization, cultivation and mulch, and limited tilling. And if a herbicide or pesticide is needed, we limit them to safe biodegradable ones that require no special safety equipment or licensing and will not contaminate land or water.

Your SATISFACTION IS GUARANTEED. If you have any concerns, just talk to us. We will make it right!

If you have questions, you may email Ian at csa@trumpeterswanfarm.com or call Ian at 763-732-3052


Eat food -- Not too much -- Mostly plants