In Weatherford, Texas, you can find Cold Springs Farm Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) that opened in 2000. They specialize in quality heirloom, rare and commercially extinct fruits and vegetables. Also, they have free-range chickens, turkeys, red wattle, Mangalitsa, American Guinea Hogs, and bees. Moreover, they practice only sustainable forms of agriculture. On top of that, they are a part of the National Resources Conservation Service's Organic Program in 2009. Additionally, they provide local families access to through sales at Cowtown Farmers Market and through the farm's CSA shares.
What's unique about them is they offer seasonal produce subscriptions as part of their CSA program. It has four 8-week sessions where subscribers receive various organically grown fruits, vegetables, and fresh herbs each week during each session. Furthermore, there are products available for purchase, such as fresh farm eggs, grass-fed beef, lamb, pork, natural honey, heirloom garden seeds, and gift baskets. Currently, they also provide basket delivery to homes and offices via 2BuckCluck, a rental program for hens; vertical garden design and installation; and the Veggie Van, North Texas' first mobile farmer's market. Each week, the Veggie Van makes four public stop at Redentas Garden Center in Arlington, Stir Crazy Baked Goods, the T&P Lofts, and Pegaso Mexican Diner, all in Tarrant County.
Satisfied customers said, "Excellent farm and produce" and "I was a member of Cold Spring Farm's CSA last season. I plan to do it again this year. All the produce was beautiful, fresh, and so unusual! I thoroughly enjoyed the experience and can't wait for the spring session to begin." Please note that they do not allow visitors.