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Veggie Shares

mid-June thru mid-October

Large Share $600 - 19 consecutive weeks of vegetables, fruit and herbs grown on our family farm, supplying enough for larger, moderate/heavy veggie eating families. (Approx. $32/week)

Standard $325- Providing enough for smaller or busy families or those that eat veggies less often, for 19 consecutive weeks. Our most popular share. It’s also great if you simply want to supplement your garden. (Approx. $17.10 per week)

Every-Other-Week $190 - A Standard Share distributed on alternating weeks, 10 weeks total, beginning the first week of CSA. Great for singles or if you're wanting to try out the CSA experience. ($19 per week)

All Shares include the Following Benefits:

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October Share 2016 Photo Credit K. Terry

  • A full season of fresh and great-tasting and sustainably-grown vegetables.

  • Access to the private TF Facebook group — A community of Titus Farms' foodies all eating the same food each week, and supporting each other in the process.

  • A wide variety of veggies with our unique Farmers Market Style Distribution, ensuring you can take home a little bit of the familiar and a little bit of the experimental. You may find your new favorite veggie.

  • Weekly newsletters plus, blog posts, recipes and storage guides. We want you to use the veggies we worked hard to grow.

  • You’re supporting a local business — You can know that 100% of your dollars are going right to our family to support us and those that work to bring you local, healthy food.


Add-Ons

We've done the legwork to bring you some of our favorite things from some of our favorite producers. These items are distributed alongside your Veggie Share.

Egg Shares from Titus Farms

 
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CSA Price: $4.25/dozen

Distributed every week (19 weeks) or on alternating weeks (10 weeks) and in multiples.

1 dozen every week: $80.75

1 dozen every-other-week: $42.50

2 dozen every week: $161.50

1 dozen per month: $21.25

Offered Summer and Winter

Free Range • No hormones • No antibiotics • GMO Free

Our happy hens are free-range, pastured at our farm and given lots of veggie scraps that aren't fit for your table.

Rose, our septuagenarian matriarch, raises Isa Brown hens right on the farm, giving us bountiful brown eggs that we distribute by the dozen, cleaned, but unsized (usually a mix of medium/large/extra-large).

Eggs can be purchased as a share, in duplicate or individual dozens can be purchased throughout the season, as supplies allow. 

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Certified Organic and Fair Trade

Offered Summer and Winter

Whole Bean Coffee Shares

Organic whole-bean coffee is roasted in Lansing with a wood-fired roaster. Beans are responsibly sourced through a Fair Trade organization. Smooth and lightly smoky.

Dark and Medium Roasts will be Offered

Distributed in 1 pound, paper bags:

$16/bag

One bag a week for 19 weeks: $304

One bag every-other-week (10 weeks): $160

One bag of coffee a month. 5 deliveries: $80

 
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  • Antibiotic and Hormone Free

  • Raised on Pasture with Room to Roam

  • Fed our Veggie Scraps and locally sourced Non-GMO feed


Full Pig: *$4.00/lb hanging weight with a $100 deposit

Half Pig Deposit: *$4.25/lb hanging weight with a $50 deposit

Deposits are made January-May

Pork is Harvested: late-October to November

Pork Shares

How it Works

By paying for a deposit, you are asking us to grow a pig for your family. When the pigs are taken to the butcher in mid-October, we'll let you know the "hanging weight."

You then pay based on the “hanging weight” of the animal, which is different from the final weight of pork cuts you will receive. All meat will be frozen.

Price per pound hanging weight includes basic processing and delivery to your home. *Smoking and extra processing (bratwursts, breakfast sausage, etc.) is an additional cost.

If you think you're interested, please click on the link below and we'll guide you through how this works. Including:

  • How much freezer space do I need?

  • What cuts will I receive?

  • What's the final cost look like?

 

Meat Chicken Shares from Titus Farms

  • Antibiotic and Hormone Free

  • Cage-Free

  • Fed our Veggie Scraps and locally sourced Non-GMO feed

  • $15 per whole chicken


Meat Chicken Share

  • One whole chicken per month beginning in July: 4 chickens total

Cost: $60

Shares may be purchased in duplicate to feed your family throughout the month.

À La Carte Meat Chickens

  • You can pre-purchase multiple chickens in any month you need them. July-October

  • Stock up in October for the winter, or for that BBQ in the summer!

  • $15 per bird, ala cart at sign-up

    • Pre-Buy 7 or more chickens in one month and receive $5 off your order! 15 or more and get $25 off your order!

    • Discount will be applied after checkout and personally by Rebecca.

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Paul and Rose Titus will provide these chickens to the CSA, raised without antibiotics or hormones and given access to fresh air and sunshine.

Cornish-Cross chickens will be raised alongside our egg laying chickens and fed veggie scraps too! (These chickens are different from our egg-laying chickens).

You will receive a whole, dressed chicken and vacuum sealed (no feathers or innards, just like in the grocery store), weighing approximately 4-5 pounds each.

Chickens should be available fresh but, may come to you frozen if processing spaces are limited. Chickens will be processed at Munsell's Poultry Processing in Fowlerville.

 

Summer and Winter Shares

 
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Honey from TF

Paul and Uncle Frank's (Rose's brother) sweetest hobby!

Sustainably maintained bees help bring more fruit to you so, we expanded to 5-8 hives on the farm.

Raw honey will be available sporadically, you can purchase it on our webstore whenever it's available and pick it up right at CSA.

CSA members have first dibs as we don't usually sell honey at the farmers market. 

Supplies will be limited each year. Watch out for info in the newsletters!

  • 1/2lb, glass jar: $4

  • 1 pound glass jar: $8

  • 2 pound glass jar: $16

 

Handcrafted Soap Shares

All soaps are made from plant based organic/sustainably harvested base oils, essential oils, if scented, and natural colorants and other ingredients, if used. 

Example smells include: Rosemary & Mint, Oatmeal-Milk & Honey, Pomander (orange/clove), Lavender, and Medieval Spice. Please see the website for more!

Soap is offered at a discount to members compared to web store prices

Summer Share Details

  • One 4oz. bar of handmade soap per month June-October: 5 soaps total

Cost: $31.80 ($30 plus tax) 

Soap Share members can choose from two options at distribution. This share can be purchased in duplicate too!

 
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Bread from Stone Circle Bakehouse

Owner, baker and extraordinary human, Kevin Cosgrove, is committed to producing delicious artisan bread that is gently mixed, slowly fermented, hand-shaped, and baked in a wood-fired oven, right in the heart of Michigan. 

You can find his bread and pastries all around Lansing, including at East Lansing Farmers Market, Food's for Living, Horrock's, Good Bites and Purple Carrot Food trucks and inside MSU dining halls. 


 
 
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New! Bread Shares for 2018

Receive fresh baked bread once a week at CSA! Kevin will choose the loaf of the week which could include: Toasted Seed, Eight Grain, Asiago Cheese, Country Sourdough, French Sourdough or Kalamata Olive Foccacia.

One freshly baked loaf of bread Every Week for 19 weeks: $104.50

One freshly baked loaf of bread Every-Other-Week (10 weeks total): $55

Extras will also be available on our Webstore!

 

Fresh Michigan Fruit

Instead of a share, we simply offer fresh, Michigan selections as they become available. We wanted to find a way to support our fellow fruit farmers but, due to the unpredictable nature of farming we have had to modify these shares to make it less taxing on everyone.

We've found that purchasing surplus from other farmers is the best way to have the best prices and selection for you.

You can find these often organic but, at least locally raised fruit on our Webstore throughout the season. 

Examples include:

Peaches (not organic), Blueberries and Apples

(We Grow: Strawberries, Muskmelons and Watermelons)

 

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