What is CSA?
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a partnership between a local farm and their community of supporters. Supporters help cover a farm's yearly operating budget by purchasing a share of the season's harvest. In other words, when you purchase a share of our CSA, you become a member of the Snipes Farm team! It is only with the support of the community that we could accomplish our goal of sustainable and organic farming.
Each week you can come to Snipes Farm and pick up 8-12 types of produce selected by our farmers. Our produce is as fresh as possible. It is only through a CSA that you can know exactly where, how, and by whom your fruits and vegetables are grown.
2021 Season will be distributed on Thursdays 3-7pm June 10 to November 4 or Saturdays 9:30am-12pm June 12 to November 6.
Traditional Full Share: $700 - Members pick up 8 to 12 items of produce weekly as selected by the farmer.
Traditional Half Share: $400 - Members pick up 8 to 12 items of produce every other week as selected by the farmer.
Market Share Levels: $700, $500, $400, $200 - Members can select veggies of their own choice.
· $700 Family Share serves 4 to 5 people
· $400 Standard Share serves 2 to 3 people
· $200 Mini Share serves 1 to 2 people
To join the 2021 CSA Click Here!
Our crops are PCO and USDA Certified Organic
Our delicious eggs are laid by healthy happy hens! They are fed soy-free organic grains, are pasture raised and free range. There is no comparison to the taste and nutritional value of our fresh eggs. You are welcome to tour Cluckingham Palace to meet the flock!
Please sign up for your Summer Egg Share now!
Fruit at Snipes Farm
If you purchase a Market Share then you can use your prepaid member card towards fruit, jams, Mighty Cider and other special items throughout the season. Keep this in mind when deciding which share level is right for you. If you purchase a Traditional Share then all of these items will be available to you for cash purchase.
Fresh naturally grown fruit straight from the farm!
Our Fruit Calendar:
Blueberries – mid-to-late June through mid-July
Blackberries – mid-July through August
Raspberries – mid-August through mid-September
Depending on Mother Nature, we may have frozen blueberries or blackberries available at various points during the season.
Pick-Your-Own-Apples – Early-to-late October
Our orchard has many different varieties to choose from throughout the season. Early-Mid October: Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Stayman Winesap, Jonagold, Empire, Melrose, Ida Red, Keepsake, Royal Court, Crispin, Honey Crisp, Fuji. Late October: Rome
Our apples are different. You won't find apples grown like ours on any other farm in Bucks County or the surrounding area. We do not use pesticides or chemical sprays in our orchard, therefore, our natural apples may have spots and not be grocery-store perfect. They are, however, the most delicious, healthy apples you'll find anywhere.