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2018 CSA is Open for Sign Up - note some changes

Posted 12/30/2017 12:18pm by Jill Rendleman.

The 2018 CSA is open for current member sign up.  note that only a small downpayment of around $50 for half share or about $90 for full share is required for returning members at this time. Each winter I work to make sure all seasons members have incentives to sign up first before it gets crazy in may and April.    This reserves your spot for spring summer 2018 and or fall winter 2019.  remainder payments are not really formalized but what ever works best, we a small enough to accomodate.   If you opt to pay in full at sign up, you will get a 3% discount and buying two seasons adds another 3% discount.....remember debit and credit cards are accepted.  You may also note that by popular demand I am offering half dozen eggs as well as full dozen eggs per week.  I finally realized not everyone eats eggs as a meal and eggs in baked goods in one week.....even though these are the healthiest eggs on the planet!!!  They eat better than I do, really.  Call me if you have any questions about signing up or if you want to consider a custom order each week versus the CSA.  We have options for you there as well.  

daughter and grandson in the woods



 

Jill Rendleman

All Seasons Farm

9535 US Hwy 51 N

Cobden, Illinois  62920

www.allseasons-farm.com

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