Farmyard sells our organically produced vegetables, herbs, fruits, and fresh eggs on a 5 or 10 week subscription basis. This can also simply be called a CSA, or Community Supported Agriculture. All of our produce is grown using organic practices at our urban micro-farms located in Phoenix and Scottsdale, Arizona. With each subscription, our members receive a weekly Harvest Basket with a variety of our produce. This style of purchasing allows you the opportunity to try new items each week and introduce you to eating what is in season locally. Your subscription dollars provide us with support for a variety of the upfront costs of farming (such as seeds, organic soil amendments, equipment, etc.), and also allows us to sell to you directly - as your personal farmers.

Enjoy a sample preview of the size of our Fall/Winter Harvest Baskets (Full Share):

1-5oz. bag of baby field greens
1 head of lettuce
1 head of broccoli
1 bunch of purple globe turnips with greens
1 bunch of radishes
1 bunch of carrots
1 bunch of bright light Swiss chard
1 bunch of kale
1 bunch of oregano, thyme, or other herb
A recipe using a featured vegetable or fruit from the week’s harvest

There will also be fruits in baskets when in season.

Farmyard’s Fresh Organically-Grown Omega-3 Enriched Eggs can be added on to any basket size.

Our girls are fed organically-grown laying feed, flax seed, cracked corn, and a variety of fruit and vegetable trimmings from our farms. Our eggs have creamy orange-yellow yolks, and when whipped the whitest whites! Our girls are pampered and their eggs show it! We keep a variety of breeds so each dozen eggs will be different colors of light brown, dark brown, white, blue, pink, and green.

If you are interested in purchasing a subscription, please fill out our contact us form, and our Market Farmer will contact you regarding availability of membership.

Click here to view our 10-week Membership Agreement.
Click here to view our 5-week Membership Agreement.

Please contact us regarding CSA availability start dates, prior to sending.

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