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Farm Stand
  • Carraig Farm
    179 West Road
    Ashby, MA (map)
    (978) 386-2379

    open from May - November
    Farmstand located at top of driveway
    feel free to call with special orders or to have orders ready for pickup
Community Supported Agriculture
  • Summer, Fall
    Thursday pickup:
    179 West Road
    Ashby, MA 01431
    Call: (978) 386-2379
    E-mail: carraigfarm@gmail.com
    CSA Manager(s): Tamara Buckley Leclerc
    Join us for the annual summer/fall Carraig Farm CSA! Here is just a sampling of what is being offered:
    edible flowers, our own goats milk soap, our own free range chicken (1 x a month), fruit including strawberries and grapes, rhubarb, herbs and lavender wands. Vegetables included in boxes are spinach, mizuna, heirloom tomatoes, peppers (multi colored), beets, carrot, leek, kohlrabi, pie pumpkins, heirloom squash, spuds, cabbage, kale, chard and eggplant. There will be additions to these basic crops.

    Organic whole wheat flour, rye flour and wheatberries from a wonderful local Massachusetts farm also included. At each pickup duck and chicken eggs will also be included. Towards late summer jam and our own honey will be available for purchase. Recipes incorporating the vegetables in your box are included weekly.

    Pickups will be 1x a week during a weekday (most likely Thursday) between 5 and 7pm. Cost for share is $550 and will last for 17 weeks. Pickup is at Carraig Farm. Please download our Agreement Form at www.carraigfarm.com and click on the CSA tab.

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Carraig Farm in Ashby, MA chemical-free


Founded in 2000, Carraig Farm is a 125 acre farm run by Tamara Buckley Leclerc.

Some of what we grow is available year-round.
179 West Road
Ashby, MA

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1 miles from Ashby, MA 01431
(978) 386-2379

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A little about Carraig Farm
A 128 acre family run farm, Carraig Farm uses sustainable growing practices, offers spinning lessons, educational workshops, vegetables, chicken and duck eggs, honey, bee pollen, free range meat (goat, lamb and poultry) and handspun yarn - welcome!

Fruit

Vegetables

Herbs

BasilChivesCilantroDillLavenderMintOreganoParsleyRosemarySageThyme

Honey + Maple

Dairy + Eggs

Meat

Nursery + Flowers

Specialty

Fiber

FleecesHidesKnit itemsRovingSheepskinWoolYarn

Breeding Stock

Bold foods are in season now according to our Harvest Calendar. Call to find out exact availability. Every farm and every season are unique. Most farms are also residences. Unless Farmstand or Pick Your Own hours are noted, please be respectful and call ahead before going to the farm.

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