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FAQ

That depends on what is ready to be picked that week! The beauty of a CSA is whatever is ready to be harvested is coming straight to your table. You'll always know you'll have the freshest produce weekly. With our diverse planting list of over 20+ items, you'll never grow tired of the same items week in and week out.

Every week we will provide 4-6 different selections of a variety of vegetables, herbs, or value-added items.

April

Spinach, Asparagus, Green Onions, Lettuce, Peas, Kale, Swiss Chard, Radishes, Herbs

A weekly subscription could include: 10 oz Spinach, bunch of green onion, 10 oz pea shoots, 8 oz swiss chard, 10 count radishes and a variety of cut herbs

May

Spinach, Asparagus, Green Onions, Lettuce, Peas, Horseradish, Kale, Swiss Chard, Radishes, Herbs, Strawberries

June

Snow Peas, Beets, Onions, Spinach, Cabbage, Herbs, New Potatoes, Kale, Asparagus, Swiss Chard

July

New Potatoes, Peppers, Summer Squash, Cabbage, Green Beans, Sweet Corn, Basil, Cucumbers, Tomatoes

August

Sweet Peppers, Cucumbers, Cantaloupe, Summer Squash, Green Beans, Basil, Tomatoes, Onions, Potatoes, Okra, Watermelon, Eggplant, Shallots, Garlic,

September

Cucumbers, Summer Squash, Green Beans, Sweet Peppers, Tomatoes, Onions, Okra, Eggplant, Salad Mix, Radishes, Winter Squash, Hot Peppers, Apples

October

Cucumbers, Summer Squash, Green Beans, Sweet Peppers, Tomatoes, Onions,Okra, Eggplant, Salad Mix, Radishes, Winter Squash, Hot Peppers, Watermelon and Cantaloupe

November

Salad Mix, Radishes, Carrots, Winter Squash, Hot Peppers

December

Spinach, Arugula, Kale and Lettuce

Everything in your subscription is produced, grown, and harvested at our farm.

Do I choose the produce that I receive or how will I know what I’m getting?
The variety is chosen for you. Recipes and a weekly email will come to you Read the CSA news and information. 

Members support our farm by sharing in the inherent risks of agriculture (poor weather, drought, disease, early frost, crop failure and so on) and rewards (the bounty from a good season.) We purposely plan for such contingencies, and use growing techniques that protect the harvest, minimize risk to members and optimize the rewards: growing a wide variety of crops that thrive in different types of conditions, cover cropping, crop rotation, and irrigation.


Rommey Farms L.L.C. will act in good faith to provide fresh produce for the duration of the season, however, there is no guarantee of quantities or contents of weekly shares. Members are welcome to split a share with someone. However, share-splitting is the responsibility of the member. Rommey Farms L.L.C. does not manage the splitting of shares. Many members work out arrangements to share with their friends and neighbors, when they have to leave town during the growing season. 

If you’re away or otherwise unable to pick up your share, you can make arrangements for someone else to pick it up. Any shares not claimed on the day of delivery will be donated to Butler County Family Life Center.

We harvest fresh the day before your subscription to provide you with fresh, nutrient-dense and delicious products.

These products maybe bedding plants, farm fresh eggs or raw/unfiltered honey.

Home Delivery for Butler and Sedgwick Counties- $17.00

Tuesday Pickup: Rommey Farms 10:00am-12:00pm - Free  

St James Catholic Church, 1012 E Belmont Ave, Augusta, KS 67010 1:30-2:00pm - Free 

St John the Evangelist's Catholic Church, 302 N Denver St, El Dorado, KS 67042 5:00-5:30pm - Free 

Saturday Pickup:

Old Town Farm & Art Market, 650 E 2nd St N, Wichita, KS 67202 8:00am-1:00pm - Free