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Hi Everyone,

We are back farming after a two year medical break and eager to see our customers again.

For the new customers, we are Ken and Terry Keiger. We have lived on this farm for 12 years and have farmed organically from the beginning. We do not use any insecticide or herbicide on the farm. We have always followed the National Organic Program but elected not to be certified. We had lots of fun, heartache, rain, wind, bugs, and hurricanes. But most of all we have wonderful customers. They are always there when we needed a boost. Each year we learn what we were doing wrong, what will work and made changes for the better.

In the past we have had: a CSA, participated in a farmer’s market, and developed a home delivery service.

Because of surgeries and illness we stopped farming for the past two years, but we are back now!

Whaleyville Farms Mission Statement


Whaleyville Farms seeks to promote a sustainable, organic, local food supply and develop a relationship with the area communities. The farmer and shareholder will share the risks of farming and provide the freshest local organic produce to the shareholders.


This year we are accepting memberships in Whaleyville Farms CSA.


KNOW YOUR FARMER KNOW YOUR FOOD
JOIN A CSA


What is a CSA?

Community Supported Agriculture reflects a strategy to connect local farmers with local consumers; develop a regional food supply; maintain a sense of community; encourage land stewardship.

Why Is a CSA Important?

CSA keep food dollars in the local community.

CSA contribute to the maintenance and establishment of regional food production.

CSA supports the bio diversity of a given area and the diversity of agriculture through the preservation of small farms by producing a side variety of crops.

CSA creates opportunity for dialogue between farmers and consumers.

CSA generates a sense of social responsibility and stewardship of the local community.

CSA puts “the farmers face on the food “ and increase understanding of how, where, and by whom our food is grown.

Whaleyville Farms CSA is Accepting memberships for 2010

Share price

The price of a share is $500.00 for the 14 week season in 2010. The season will be starting approximately June 1st. This works out to $35.71 per week for a grocery bag of fresh organic produce. This will be plenty for a two adult/two children household. A half share is $250.00 for singles or a couple.

What we will be growing for the 2010 season

Beans, Beets, Cabbage, Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Squash, Potatoes, Sweet corn, Radishes, Eggplant, Onions, and Melons are just some of the basic crops. We will also have test plots of other vegetables. More information on the crops will be available closer to June 1st.

Pick up sites

You can pick up your bag of produce at the farm or a designated pick up sites in Hampton roads area. For a location to be designated as pickup site 10 CSA members are required. We have a sites in Poquoson and Norfolk. The farm is located in the southern section of Suffolk.

Payment Option

A full payment of $500.00 would help the farmer. The money would help buy seeds, OMRI fertilizer, irrigation equipment and other needed items. A deposit of $250.00 will reserve your share of the harvest. The final payment is due by April 1st. Call if you need special arrangements. Checks should be made out to Terry Keiger. Credit card payment can be made through Paypal as soon as the link is up.

Please print and complete the Application Form to be mailed with your check. If you are paying by Paypal sent the form in separately.


Whaleyville Farms, Terry Keiger, 6132 Whaleyville Blvd., Suffolk, Va 23438
e-mail: Whaleyvillefarms@aol.com