Other than driving to the farm, farmer's markets and CSA's are the easiest way to get all of our products.
We are at two farmer's markets on Saturdays.
Our CSA shares can be custom tailored to meet your eating habits. Need more veggies? We can add half a share. Want a specific cheese each week? Not a problem.
Beef is available as a CSA share or as quarters, halves or whole. Everything is custom processed to suit your needs. Sold by the hanging weight. Processing costs vary based on how you have the meat cut and packaged, but usually run from $0.50 to $0.75 per pound. You pay us for the meat and the processor for the processing. Delivery may be extra.
Quarters $3.99/lb Halves $3.25/lb Whole $2.99/lb
Pork is available as halves or whole. Like the beef, everything is custom processed to suit your needs. Sold by the hanging weight: a half typically weighs 90-100 lbs. You pay us for the meat and the processor for the processing. Processing can run as much as $1.50 per pound if you have a lot of the meat smoked for made into brats or sausage. If we deliver, we may add a delivery charge.
Halves $2.25/lb Whole $2.00/lb
Wild rice hand-harvested by our friend, Larry Gates. This is the best wild rice you will ever eat. I am not exaggerating! I wasn't a wild rice fan until I had this. Larry's rice is a great compliment for so many of our vegetables, cheese, beef and eggs, so we decided to make it available to you, too. we can bring it to the farmer's market or we can ship it. Use our contact form for ordering. $12.75/lb
Community-supported agriculture (CSA) is a relatively new model of farming and food distribution. A CSA consists of a community of individuals who pledge support to a farm operation with the growers and consumers providing mutual support and sharing the risks and benefits of food production. CSA’s focus is usually on a system of weekly delivery or pick-up of vegetables and fruit, sometimes dairy products and meat. The term CSA is mostly used in the USA , but a variety of similar production and economic sub-systems are in use worldwide.
Having fresh veggies at the beginning of May in Minnesota may seem like either an hallucination or a very expensive proposition, but on Prairie Hollow Farm it is a very energy efficient reality. Relying only on the sun’s energy and a double layer of plastic on our hoop houses, we can store enough heat in the ground to grow lots of great things before the summer really gets started. Once the weather warms up, we have several acres of vegetables and more of fruit.
You can partner with us and enjoy the benefits of our labor by purchasing a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) share.
Every week you will receive a box full of whatever is ready to eat. Some weeks you will get a large amount of a few items and other weeks you will get smaller amounts of a large varieity of items. You also have the option of adding to your box with our bread, cheese and eggs.