Fiddler's Green



2018 CSA Shares Are Available!!!

Community Supported Agriculture, or CSA, is an arrangement that provides a direct connection between community members and local farmers. CSA members become a part of Fiddler’s Green Farm by purchasing a share of the season’s harvest in advance. We provide CSA members with a weekly box of fresh vegetables, fruits, herbs and grits throughout the harvest season.

In addition to the produce share, members can add additional shares.

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The 2018 CSA season will start in mid May and go through mid September (totaling 20 weeks). Every week members can expect to get 6-10 different items depending on the season.  We include 5-8 pounds of produce in the box. If you are concerned a share is too much for you, we encourage you to split a share with a neighbor.

Veggie Share $500

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poultry share

The poultry share goes from May to September (totaling 5 months). Once each month, in addition to your produce share, members will get 4 whole chickens at around 4 pounds each. Most months the chicken will be frozen but depending on how dates line up members can expect to have a few pick up dates where one or more chicken is fresh (never frozen). We now use Certified Organic feed!

Poultry Share $450

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egg share

Can't get to the farmers market early enough to get fresh eggs? No problem! Add and egg share and get one dozen fresh pasture raised eggs in your produce box each week. If one dozen isn’t enough you can add as many as you like. We now use certified Organic feed!

Egg Share $140

Where to pick up:

-Asheville City Market on Market Street, Saturdays 9-Noon

-On the farm at 4535 Little Pine rd. Marshall NC 28753, Fridays from 4 to 7

-A midweek pickup location will be available Wednesday evenings as well. The exact location is pending, so stay tuned for that 

To sign up simply email or call with your interest and any questions you have. We will respond with a follow up email and several options for payment methods.