Draft Horse Powered and Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
Featherbed Lane Farm’s CSa pick-ups are on Saturday's, year round, 9am-1pm
we only have a few 2017 csa membership spaces left!
As a CSA Member, you get farm fresh produce every week of the year, all year round. In addition to being year-round, our CSA is also free choice, which means you get to choose the produce, and how much of it, that you want to eat each week. We do not pre-box your Share. You take what you want. Check out our BECOME A MEMBER page for more information.
Featherbed Lane Farm is the only farm in Saratoga County working with draft horses as a primary power source. Learn more about us on our ABOUT THE FARM page.
About the Farm
We farm because we believe farming can produce amazing food, care for the land and build community. Find out more about us, our farming practices, our horses and all of the farmers at Featherbed Lane Farm:
What is a CSA?
Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a model of farming wherein people commit to buying their food directly from their farmer. Find out more about the CSA model and the benefits of CSA Membership at Featherbed Lane Farm:
Become a Member
Are you ready to become a CSA Member? Do you have questions? Get in touch and learn more about our CSA Membership:
Our mission at Featherbed Lane Farm is to provide our community with year round access to the highest quality of foods and meaningful agricultural experiences.
Through our diversified and draft power farm, we strive to support our family and employees, manage the land sustainably, provide fresh and nutritious food, and offer on-farm access and activities that benefit our community.