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Michaela Farm 

Michaela Farm in Oldenburg, Indiana, has a 20-week Spring CSA and a 9-week Fall CSA of fresh, natural produce grown without harmful, synthetic fertilizers and industrial pesticides.  We believe in growing food that not only makes you healthy but feeds the fertility of the Earth as well.  Some produce you will receive includes lettuce, tomatoes, peppers, broccoli, leeks, onions, garlic, as well as greens, squash and many others in the fall!

Our CSA will keep overhead prices low by allowing you to pack your own veggies.  For an added benefit, you will have the option to add farm fresh brown eggs to your share, as well as our very own grass-fed beef.  We’ll do the harvesting for you and give you tips on how to best use what you receive.  Pick up dates will be Tuesday and Friday from 3:30-6:30 at the farm in Oldenburg, IN each week.  


To learn more abour our farm or CSA visit our facebook page: or e-mail us at  Find it easier to call?  Simply contact the office at (812) 933-0661.

Wake the Farm Up- Lola's Botanicals 

This is a CSH share... Community Supported Herbalism. We ship anywhere in the US. Our full share receives 8 packages a year that include tinctures, salves, herbal teas, dried culinary herbs, unique wildcrafted herbs, medicinal herbs, bath sachets, room misters, ect. All items correlate to the season and supporting your health during those times. Your family will definitely enjoy our shares because of its health benefits, and for the educational aspect. We send out a newsletter with each share with information about the herbs, how to use them correctly, and more...

To learn more about our farm or CSA visit our website: or check out our Facebook page 

Nightfall Farm- Meat CSA

Our CSA is the cornerstone of our farm.  Members pay upfront for pasture-raised meat. In return, we provide meat at the lowest prices we can offer. But the benefits of our CSA go far beyond that economic exchange.  CSA members get to know the farm through monthly updates, our annual potluck or open house, and more. We benefit, too: we get a known customer base and an influx of operating capital - but we also get to know our members and share the farm with them

To learn more abour our farm or CSA visit our website: or check out our Facebook page

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