Kristy's Barn CSA 2017

When you become a member of our CSA, you are purchasing a “share” of our harvest and assuming some of our agricultural risks. This year, Kristy’s Barn will be offering limited memberships in two, Community Supported Agriculture, (CSA) enterprises. 


  1. Nutrient-dense foods: Whether nutrition has always been part of your diet, or is a new concept, our CSA is a great way to take the stress out of shopping.
  2. New flavors: You never know what new flavors you will discover! 
  3. Local: Why haul food hundreds of miles when you can get it in your own backyard? Plus fresher always tastes better.
  4. Creative cooking: New food means new recipes! 
  5. Hefty haul: If it is a great year, you’ll get LOTS of food! (2016 averaged 11lbs a week, with over 5 varieties!) Great for freezing and eating year-round! 
  6. Diversity: We do our best to diversify our crops to ensure that you have enough in your baskets and on your plates.
  7. Pick-up food and friends: Weekly pickups are a great way to meet fellow CSA-ers!
  8. Sharing is caring: If your basket is too full, feel free to share it with a neighbor, friend, or set it in the basket for our local food pantry.
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Summer Vegetable CSA

This 40 member CSA is a simple CSA with veggies available from the mid/end of June through the mid/end of September 2017. Exact dates are dependent on Mother Nature. 

2017 Rates: Full Share - $535  Half Share - $310

Deposit: Full Share - $267.50 Half Share - $155


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Fall Fruit CSA

This 30 Member CSA will be a simple CSA with a variety of apples and pears included weekly, and our all natural pressed cider provided every other week from Mid-September through October 2017.

2017 Rates: Full Share - $110  Half Share - $75

Deposit: Full Share - $55 Half Share - $37.50



Deposits: Are non-refundable and due by March 31, 2017 - Balance due May 15, 2017

All deposit checks can be made out to 'Kristy's Barn' and mailed to Ken Johnson at - 2385 Brookview Road Castleton, NY  12033.  Please include your name, email, phone number and type of CSA share you are purchasing with your deposit. You will receive a postcard to confirm your purchase.

Late registrations: will be charged an additional 10% non-refundable fee. 

Sign-up: will be on first come, first served basis. 

Pick-up location and Time: The Farm at Kristy’s Barn – (2385 Brookview Road Castleton, NY  12033) on Wednesdays between 2 pm and 7/6pm (depending on store hours).

Additional Information: If you are interested or have further questions, email us your name and telephone number at  Kristy’s Barn will open Monday, May 1, 2017 for another great season.

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Which CSA are you interested in? (You can pick both!)


  • Mac 
  • Cortland 
  • Empire
  • Fuji
  • Honey Crisp 
  • Macoun 
  • Delicious 
  • Mutsu
  • Gala
  • Barlet Pears
  • Bosc Pears
  • Old Fashioned Cider  

2017 vegetable csa crop plan:

  • Beans – (Green and Yellow)
  • Broccoli
  • Cabbage – (Red, Green, Savoy, and Chinese)
  • Chinese Pak Choi
  • Cantaloupes
  • Celery
  • Cucumbers – (Slicing and Pickling)
  • Dill
  • Eggplant
  • Greens – (Butter Crunch, Chinese Greens, Endive, Escarole, Red and Green Leaf Lettuces, Romaine)
  • Herbs - (Basil, Cilantro, and Parsley)
  • Honey Dew Melon
  • Leeks
  • Kale (Red and Green)
  • Kohlrabi (Purple and Green
  • Peas – (Shelling and Edible Pod)
  • Peppers – (Green, Red, Orange, Yellow, Purple Sweet varieties and various hot varieties)
  • Radishes
  • Scallions
  • Squash – (Zucchini, Yellow/Summer, Lebanese/Mediterranean/Kussa)
  • Winter Squash - (Acorn, Butternut, Spaghetti, Kabocha, Buttercup)
  • Sweet Corn
  • Tomatillos
  • Tomatoes – (Regular, Roma, Heirloom, Green, Yellow, Cherry yellow/red, and Grape)

CSA Risks:

As with any agricultural enterprise, weather conditions dictate the success or failure of production.  As a CSA member you are accepting some of the risk associated with agricultural production. We cannot guarantee that all crops will successfully reach maturity. We are a low input producer and use limited spray in our production.  We will do our best and use accepted agricultural practices to make this CSA a success.