J. L. Hawkins Family Farm is a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) venture, "growing community on the farm" as we offer shares of the farm harvest to folks in northeast Indiana.
NEW! Autumn Salad Share
For the first time ever, we are using unheated hoop houses to grow spinach, lettuce, carrots, radishes, salad turnips, and other vegetables from early October until Christmas. Click here to learn more!
Full Harvest Share
We tend the health of our farm by raising a variety of livestock and vegetable crops, and a Full Harvest Share provides eaters with plenty of good food! A Full Harvest Share for 2013 includes:
- weekly vegetables (see below for details)
- 20 pasture-raised Poulet Rouge chickens
- a fresh Thanksgiving turkey
- a half pasture-raised Tamworth hog
- a quarter pasture-fed beef
Fresh Vegetable Share
A vegetable share provides you and your family with fresh produce during the summer growing season. We offer three sizes. A regular share will feed two vegetable-loving adults or a family of three. A double share will feed a family of four or five. New this year, a half-share is being offered for the smaller vegetable appetite.
Vegetables may be self-harvested or picked-for-you. We make weekly deliveries of picked-for-you shares to convenient pick-up locations in Fort Wayne and Warsaw. You may also come to the farm to pick up your share, giving you an opportunity to see the gardens and livestock and stock up on other locally produced foods in the farm store.
To learn more about what you can expect to find in your summer vegetable share, visit the Garden Crops page.