Welcome to Rocky Glade Farm!

WELCOME to Rocky Glade Farm we're know for Really Great Food... Feel free to look around at our naturally raised grass-fed beef and farm fresh vegetables. Rocky Glade Farm is a busy place, operating on 50 acres in Eagleville, Tennessee (Southern Middle Tennessee) we grow many naturally raised vegetables such as garlic, strawberries and fresh greens in the spring and a diverse array of vegetables in our hoophouses during the winter. We spend our summers growing storage crops like winter squash, sweet potatoes, potatoes and other vegetables so we have plenty to offer our fall and winter CSA customers.

Winter CSA 2019-2020 details!
Rocky Glade Farm is happy to offer a Winter CSA for the 15th year in a row! CSA is short for Community Supported Agriculture, also known as subscription farming. As a part of our Winter CSA you will be subscribing for pickup of fresh veggies every other week.

OFFERING TWO TIME PERIODS THIS YEAR-
#1 Fall Only-7 BOXES of produce from mid-September until mid-December.
#2 Full Season-You're all in! 16 boxes of produce from mid-September until mid-May.

THE WHERE:
ON-FARM pickup only. We are offering two different days Tuesday afternoons 3-6 and Saturday morning 8-11am.

THE CALENDAR:
Fall Only starts September 24/28 and ends Dec 17/21
Full Season Starts September 24/28 and ends May 12/16. There is a three week break between your last pickup of 2019 on December 17/21 and your first pickup of 2020 on January 7/11 (trying to miss Christmas and New Year's). In addition to that there is also an extra week built into the season that we can choose to DROP due to weather or other conditions (we will notify you in advance of the drop week, promise!)

Online Market Style CSA We want this to WORK for YOU! This year you have the opportunity to "choose" a certain portion of your boxes. Some of you want "more"…and some of you want "less" and we hope this is a way to put a smile on everyone's face! We are calling it "ONLINE MARKET STYLE CSA". The weekend before your pickup week I will send an email containing a "basic" box list and a list of choices. With these "choices" you will have the option of choosing to add-in an additional 3-5 items from a list of available produce. If you would rather not bother with choosing, I will build a box for you. You simply have to email me back with your choices and your customized box will be ready on pickup day. In addition to these choices we will from time to time have "free" produce to take home if you like…or we will have other extra items available for purchase. I will try to let you know about the extras you can purchase via email as well so you can go ahead and "order" those things with your reply email.

What will I be eating? We try to balance our growing between greens and root crops. Variety is our goal! Usually your fall boxes contain winter squash, sweet potatoes, potatoes, garlic and a variety of fall greens, plus hot and sweet peppers. Moving into late fall you can expect broccoli and other brassica type veggies, in addition to more winter squash and sweet potatoes. January and February are our most challenging growing months, however they can be some of the best eating as the greens are super sweet and welcome to our "dead of winter" diet. I love our winter lettuces and greens for soups! Early spring brings an abundance of lettuces and salad items like radishes, onions, spinach, baby kales and salad mixes. It also sometimes brings carrots, beets and other long day crops that use that extra sunshine of March for maturing. Late spring is usually our customer's favorite…spring weather usually brings strawberries to your boxes along with other yummy spring produce like Swiss chard and a variety of Asian greens. Some type of Kale is a staple for at least 95% of our CSA season. Swiss chard, spinach, radishes, garlic and braising greens/salad mix-ins, sweet potatoes and a variety of winter squash are another big part of the CSA.

If you have ANY questions or would like to sign up please email us for more information...THANK YOU!

Want information about Rocky Glade Farm Grass-fed Beef? We're now taking names and emails for summer 2020 availability. We will send out official invite in February 2020 and begin taking deposits for quarter/half/whole beef that will be ready summer 2020. Email us to add your name to the list!

Rocky Glade Farm Beef is 100% grass-fed and finished and rotationally grazed so our cattle have fresh grass all the time! We never feed or give supplemental antibiotics or growth hormones. Buying our grass-fed beef in bulk can help lower your family's food bill and at the same time provide you with higher quality, better tasting, healthy beef.

Who should buy a custom beef?
Custom beef is most useful to families who generally eat meals at home three or more times per week and who are able to use and enjoy different cuts of beef. In general you can plan to need 7 cubic feet of freezer space for a half of beef.

***pricing is based on dressed weight of the beef, pricing will vary from beef to beef and from procession options chosen per beef. Please email for more information.


Fresh Harvest Cooperative--Nashville area
Happy to be one of the chemical free/naturally grown vendors associated with Fresh Harvest Cooperative. Fresh Harvest Cooperative
Please visit their website to learn more about their ordering process and pickup schedule.


Nashville Grown--bulk orders for restaurants or wholesale amounts you can sign in and order twice a week from our farm and other local farms (100 miles to Nashville and closer). For more information contact Alan at 615-900-0111 or visit Nashville Grown



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