enjoy the

Farm Shop

Current

Hours of Operation:

2019 Farm Season, June 1st to Thanksgiving

Saturdays: 8 am – 1:30 pm

Tuesdays: 10 am – 7 pm

Thursdays: 2 pm – 7 pm

see what else is

In The Shop!

We are proud to offer a variety of amazing products for sale in our shop.  Many are either local or organic / chemical-free or both!  We love having these connections to other growers whom we try to support.  Kate, Jess and the farm crew will be happy to help you with questions you have about the products and the growers who produce them.  Make us your one-stop shop and kick up your next recipe with these complementary products!

Check out our list of partners below – click on a logo to go directly to their website. 

Morganics Family FarmRingoes NJ – Fresh Oats

Griggstown FarmPrinceton, NJ – Frozen Meats, Sausages and Raviolis

Tait FarmsPA – Jams, Shrubs, Vinaigrettes and Cooking Sauces

Nature’s Own FarmColumbus, NJ – Fresh Eggs and Frozen Chicken Breast

Philly Fair TradePhiladelphia, PA – Fair-Trade and Sustainable Coffee Beans

Fulper FarmsLambertville, NJ – Fresh Cheeses and Yogurt

Mushroom King Farm Manalapan, NJ – Organic Shiitake and Oyster Mushrooms

Joe’s Teas and ChipsMontclair, NJ- Assorted Chips and Tea Flavors

Baer’s Best Beans Assorted Dry Beans (grown by former Fernbrook Apprentice!) in Maine

Robson’s FarmWrightstown, NJ – Seasonal Peaches

Yellow Bee, Chesterfield, NJ – Honey and Honey Sticks

Mike’s Berries, Pemberton, NJ – Seasonal Organic Blueberries

Strawberry Hill Farm, Chesterfield, NJ – Seasonal Apples and Peaches

CSA T-Shirts

Locally made soap

Local Artwork By Shareholder Marsha Dowshen, Bordentown, NJ

 

this year's

Fresh Pork Sale!

At the end of each season we will be selling our own fresh pork to CSA members only on a first-come, first-served basis.   Our pigs are raised outside on a diet of  un-medicated grain, veggie scraps, spent beer grains, apples, pears, and of course – PASTURE!  Not raised in concrete warehouses in confined pens like 98% of pigs raised in the USA… And of course they were able to forage, root, wallow and live like pigs!   The pork is likely leaner than pork you usually get so don’t over-cook. We also think it is more delicious.

First Come; First Served!!