We are offering an online, pre-order sales channel to offer farm-fresh produce to customers in the Mount Horeb area.
We accept order from Tuesday ~6:00pm - midnight on Wednesday. If you order AFTER midnight, we will NOT process your order.
Browse what we have each week under "Farmers Market Produce"
Take a peek at all the different varieties of plants we are offering this year! We suggest you browse this list BEFORE making your selections in our online shop.
Once you have decided on what varieties you would like, just click on the "Plant Sale" category on the left hand side to view your options and select quantities. Then, add them to your cart!
***Important: You need to selelct what date you would like to pick up you order. this is how we know when to bring you your order, so please make sure to add this to your cart!****
** By purchasing online, you agree to a 5% service fee, which includes tax**
If you are feeling generous, please add your doation to our cause. Thank you for all your support!
Squashington Farm is 100 % committed to growing healthy food for our community all season.
We are 100 % committed to the health and safety of our community.
A lot has changed, but our farm will be here for 2020.
We want to let everyone know that we understand that many of us will feel an economic hardship as a result of this global crisis. We believe that financial stress should not be a barrier to accessing healthy food.
We are offering our CSA Shares as 0 % interest loans. This means members can take the full year of 2020 to pay for their shares. We do not want anyone to feel like they just can't afford our food anymore. We will make this work. If you have any questions or concerns regarding our farm and your food, please let us know!
We are also staying connected to our fellow farmers to make sure we are up-to-date with information, up-to-snuff with food safety standards, and in-the-know about new regulations in regards to Covid-19.
This summer may be quite different from the past, but one thing you can count on is our farm growing food for you