Providing Fresh, Local, Produce and Flowers to Columbus, IN and the Surrounding Area.
Double Oak Farm

Welcome to Double Oak Farm. Your source for fresh local produce.

Community Supported Agriculture Subscription

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 INFORMATION ABOUT OUT 2020 CSA WILL BE AVAILABLE SOON!


This season (2019) our CSA will offer a "buyer's choice" format. Instead of a prepackaged box of produce, you will have the freedom to choose what you would like each week and how much you would like. You can skip weeks, double up on a week, etc. 


So how does it work? You purchase one of our prepaid plans that best fits your needs. You will receive gift cards that you can then spend at our farm or at our farmer's market booth. All credits must be used by the end of the season which will be around October 1st.  There are no refunds. In exchange for your advanced purchase, You will receive a bonus of 5%-18% depending on the size of your purchase and when you purchase. You get to  help support local agriculture, and get the pick of the crop each week.


You can pick up your CSA at the Columbus Farmers Market on Saturday morning or you can choose to have it delivered.  We will deliver in the Columbus area on Saturday or Sunday and in Seymour on Monday. 



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2019 CSA Options

 

Pre-Season Options - Your CSA share must be purchased by April 15th in order to receive the discount. 

Extra Small: $200 get $220 in credit (around $10 per week)

Small: $300 get $345 in credit (around $15 per week)

Medium: $400 get $460 in credit ( around $20 per week)

Large: $500 get $590 in credit (around $25 per week)

Extra Large: $600 get $710 in credit ( around $30 per week 


Mid-Season Options - Your CSA Must be purchased by June 30th in order to receive the discount.

Extra Small: $100 get $105 in credit

Small: $200 get $210 in credit

Meduim: $300 get $325 in credit

Large: $400 get $440 in credit


For more information on how to purchase drop us a line through the link on our home page.

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Selection

This season we will have an assortment of greens, lettuce, microgreens, assorted squash, flowers, honey, tomatoes, peppers, turnips, beets, radishes and other summer veggies, sweet corn, melons, seasonal fruit, herbs, jams, syrups, and other specialty products. The majority of the items we grow ourselves using beyond organic methods. We do source some items from other local farms in order to provide the largest selection possible.