Eamples of some of last year’s (2010) CSA distributions:

Here is the first and smallest (full) share of last season:

June 03, 2010:


2 pac choi

1 bunch french breakfast radish

1 bunch red radish

1 bunch mizuna

1 bunch kale

1 bunch scallions

.75 lb salad mix

1 bunch hakurei turnips


At our farmstand or at the Farmers’ Markets where we sell, the retail cost of the veggies above would be about $20.00- $23.00.


June 28, 2010: (full)


7 lbs summer squash (harvested small and tender, zukes too)

4.25 lbs zucchini (peak of summer squash and zukes)

1 white pac choi

1 green pac choi

1 bunch red radish

1 bunch hakurei turnip (the best, sweet salad turnip)

1 bunch purple top turnip (traditional)

1 bunch scallions

1 head lettuce

1 bunch red Russian kale

1 bunch Swiss chard

1 bunch (25 stalks) green garlic scapes


The veggies above are over $50.00 when buying retail at our markets.


August 07, 2010: (full)


2.4 lbs summer squash

2.1 lbs zucchini

2 bell peppers

1.6 lbs slicing cukes

1.2 lbs pickling cukes

.75 lbs sungold cherry tomatoes

.8 lbs cherry tomatoes

.6 lbs big tomatoes

2 pac choi

1 bunch red Russian kale

1 small cabbage

1 bunch basil

1 bunch French breakfast radish


Again… almost $40.00 at market for the above veggies.


Placing seed orders, and starting alliums!

Planting has begun at Two Toad Farm.  We start with alliums (onions, leeks, shallots)….       and it just snowballs from there!


Many folks have been asking for more specifics about “what is in a CSA share?”  We will be adding to the blog several examples of actual distributions from last year’s (2010) season.