From Our Farm To Your Fork

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Fresh, flavorful, clean, nutrient dense, local Vegetables and Herbs, Farm Fresh Eggs, Pastured Chickens, and Berkshire Pork.


Meet your Farmer

We are a small family farm in rural Northwest Iowa pursuing organic methods in raising and marketing Certified Naturally Grown vegetables. This means we don’t use chemical insecticides, pesticides, herbicides, fungicides or fertilizers. We do use compost, cover crops and crop rotation. We offer vegetables from A-Z except sweet corn! Also found at The Cornucopia are better-than-free-range broilers and purebred Berkshire pigs. We have been growing vegetables for our family for over 25 years.

Weekly Vegetable Box: How CSA Works



You commit to support your farmer by paying for your CSA share. We commit by growing your veggies. Your financial commitment now allows us to gear up for the season.


From Our Farm

Each week starting in May, we harvest and pack a variety of our best produce from our fields for your family.


To Your Table

You pick up your fresh seasonal veggies at the Farmer’s Market. Then cook and share incredible meals.

CSA Share Options

Summer Large Share


18 weeks of fresh produce. ($34.94/week)

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Summer Small Share


18 weeks of fresh produce. ($21.94/week)

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Fall Share


Six bi-weekly deliveries across 12 weeks. ($30.75/week)

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What our Customers are saying

Love the fresh produce and knowing I am supporting a local farm.

- Shelby Breker

My favorite vendor at the Sioux City Farmers Market. Great variety and flavor!

- Rachel Cole

Such great people and amazing produce! Love it!!

- Amanda Beller

Beautiful, delicious, and grown-right produce!

- Brianna Blom

Great, hard working Christian family farm seeking to provide the highest quality organic vegetables to locals. Produce is always fresh, well kept and reasonably priced for the organic industry. And if you're looking to get your hands dirty, Farmer John is always looking to give people hands on experience!

-Danielle Warntjes