24 Weeks of Organically Grown Veggies, Grass-Fed Meats, Dairy & More!
By becoming a 63rd St. Farm Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Member you are helping to ensure the availabitly of wholesome local food, land stewardship, and the success of small farms. Your investment helps us meet our seed, water and labor expenses and together we share in the abundance of food. As a community dedicated to these benefits we also share the “risk” of mother nature and challenges she can bring. We encourage our members to know their farm, be proud of the food that is grown here, and to feed our community from within. Our farm is your farm.
It is our goal to feed as many families in our local community as possible by providing farm fresh, organically grown veggies for 24 weeks, end of May through November. In addition to our Full share, Half share & Small share CSA Veggie shares, we also offer free-range chickens and turkeys, eggs, and pasture-raised pork for purchase. Through our partners, CSA members can also add on shares of local grass-fed lamb, beef, dairy, fish, honey, coffee, wine, and woodfired pizza — in one easy pick-up location!
A Full Share feeds 3 – 5 people organic veggies for 24 weeks. This breaks down to $48/wk. A Full Share is $1150/yr.
A Half Share feeds 2 – 3 people organic veggies for 24 weeks and breaks down to $25/wk. A Half share is $600/yr.
New This Year SMALL SHARE
A Small Share feeds 1 person organic veggies for 24 weeks and breaks down to $16/wk. A Small share is $400/yr. *Please Note this is meant for 1 person so please do not expect this to feed multiple people.
BRIDGE HOUSE PARTNERSHIP
No food goes to waste at our farm! We partner with Boulder’s Bridge House, donating any extra food to those in need.
Whole Diet Offerings!
Between our own recent expansion and great partnerships with like-minded farms, we’re fulfilling our dream of offering members whole diet shares. These CSA Share Add-ons are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
PASTURE RAISED MEAT BIRDS
We offer pasture raised, non-GMO fed chickens and turkeys, as well as farm-fresh eggs.
Large Chicken Add-on — $250
This large share includes ten of our chickens, weighing on average 3-5 lbs.
Small Chicken Add-on — $125
This small share includes five chickens, weighing on average 3-5 lbs.
Eggs — $7/dozen
Turkeys — $7/lb
We pasture raise non-GMO fed turkeys for Thanksgiving. (No guarantees!)
PASTURE RAISED PORK
The variety of cuts included in your pork share reflect the yield of a whole animal. You can expect to receive a mix of fresh pork belly, shanks, chops, roasts, hams and more. Please include your preferences at the time of purchase and we’ll try to accommodate. However, please understand that we can not guarantee that you will receive only those cuts.
Large Pork Add-on — $450
This pork share includes approximately 50 lbs, equivalent to purchasing about a half pig.
Small Pork Add-on — $225
This pork share includes approximately 25 lbs, equivalent to purchasing about a quarter pig.
GRASS FED LAMB
The variety of cuts included in your share reflect the yield of a whole animal. You can expect to receive a mix of ground lamb, leg of lamb, chops, shanks, roasts and more. Please include your preferences at the time of purchase and we’ll try to accommodate. However, please understand that we can not guarantee that you will receive only those cuts.
Large Lamb Add-on — $380
This share includes approximately 25 lbs of grass fed lamb, equivalent to purchasing about a half lamb.
Small Lamb Add-on — $190
This share includes approximately 10 lbs of grass fed lamb, equivalent to purchasing about a quarter lamb.
GRASS FED BEEF
Our grass fed, grass finished beef hails from a local Scottish Highland beef cattle farming LaSalle, CO. We will be selling this beef ala Carte at the end of each month during meat pick ups.
SETTEMBRE CELLARS WINE SHARE (CSW)
This season we continue our wonderful friendship with our local Settembre Cellars Winery. They produce lovely wines in old world styles. Settembre Cellars offers wine shares to pair with your farm shares. — Wine shares include bottles & wine by the glass on pickup days!
Each week when the winery is here they offer complimentary tastings (different wines each week), wine by the glass to enjoy at the farm, and bottles to take home and enjoy with your veggies.
RAW COW’S MILK
We’re partnering with Light Root Dairy here in Boulder to bring you raw cow’s milk from Daphne & Camerons heard that is biodynamicly raised. Please get in touch with them for more information and about signing up for a share to pick up weekly or biweekly at 63rd St. Farm!
Daphne Kingsley (303) – 444 – 0435
milkmaiddaphne [at] gmail.com
This season we’re partnering with The Coffee Ride, a local artisan roastery to “bring you the freshest coffee by bike”! Coffee Ride partners with small sustainable farms that utilize shade trees to protect the coffee plants and allow the coffee to mature. Please visit The Coffee Ride’s website to learn more about their Double, Single and Half share options and to sign up! Josh delivers your bag of beans by bicycle to 63rd St. Farm for you to pick up when you stop by for your veggies each week.
The Weekly Pick-up
Whether you are a CSA-member or not, pick-up days are a great community event. Mingle with other farm-food lovers, purchase local wine from September Cellars and our handmade pizza fresh out of the brick-oven from Laudisio’s Catering, listen to live local musicians (when scheduled), and enjoy the great farm life for an evening.
Pick-ups happen every Thursday starting the last Thursday in May, rain, snow or shine from 3 pm – 7 pm, May – November. Please note: If Thursdays do not work for you please let us know & we can do Friday morning. Shares that are not picked-up by members are donated to Bridge House. After our 22nd pick up we have pick-ups every other week until Thanksgiving week which is on that Monday.
63rd St. Farm, 3796 N. 63rd St, Boulder CO 80301 | DIRECTIONS
WHAT TO BRING
A bag or two to carry your share…and your friends & family!
WHAT NOT TO BRING
We ask that you do not bring your own animals to the farm. We of course love animals! However, we’ve found that dogs have a potential to destroy crops running through the fields, and don’t always get along with our own dogs, chickens and other animals here. Thanks for your consideration!