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Welcome to Kragnes Family Farms

LET US BE YOUR GREEN THUMB!Our farm is happy to bring you all natural, chemical free produce, meats, eggs, honey, soaps, and

Welcome to Kragnes Family Farms

LET US BE YOUR GREEN THUMB!Our farm is happy to bring you all natural, chemical free produce, meats, eggs, honey, soaps, and

About Us


Kragnes Family Farms

Ben and I are very happy to finally be farming in Maple Falls, Washington! For the last 5 years we have been running a 13 and a 1/2 acre vegetable farm in Minnesota. Along with our 175 member csa we provided produce to several restaurants, grocery stores, schools, retirement homes, markets, and homeless shelters. As well as growing 600 pastured chickens a year. We pride ourselves in providing the best quality product for our community. Everything on our farm is grown all naturally, chemical free, and antibiotic free. Although we are not certified organic we follow organic standards. We will be running a 50 member CSA this year and hope we can add you to our first season in our new home.

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Ben Kragnes

Ben is a fifth generation farmer. Along with the knowledge that has been passed down to him, he has had many years of farming experience, studied agronomics, is very mechanically inclined, and his passion for farming shows through in the amazing product that he creates.

Tyne Stormo

Tyne comes from a dairy farming background. Small gardens were always a part of her life. The last five years of being part owner of Kragnes Family Farms have been an enjoyable expansion in her farming career.

OUR CSA


What is a CSA

Our CSA

Pricing

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CSA stands for community supported agriculture. Basically CSA is the consumer ( the member or shareholder) pays a lump sum in the begging of the season, and receives a box of produce each week for the whole season. This allows the farmer the start up cost for seed and early season expenses and keeps the farm running smoothly so that the shareholder gets the benefit of saving money on produce and receiving farm fresh produce all season long. Depending on the farm there are also you pick events, farm tours, and other farm activities.

At Kragnes Family Farms we will be accepting 50 CSA members for the 2017 season. By becoming a member you will receive 17 weeks of produce, you pick events when access produce is available, several scheduled farm events, and first chance to purchase meat, eggs, honey and all farm extras. We grow over 60 varieties of produce and try to put around ten different items in each box so that you get a good variety each week. With each delivery you will receive a weekly newsletter that contains a recipe of the week, a list of produce that is in your box, nutritional values, how to use some veggie you may not know how to use,and any new farm information. We provide half or full share options. By purchasing a half share you will receive a half bushel box of produce each week. With a full share you will receive a full bushel box each week.

Half share is a half bushels box each week for 17 weeks cost $400

 Normally feeds one to 3 people


 Full share is a full bushel box each week fir 17 weeks cost $750  

Normally feeds 4 to 6 people


For payment you can pay the full amount before the season begins. We do allow the option for a deposit of 100 dollars. The remainder of the payment is due by the fourth deliver.

What is a CSA

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CSA stands for community supported agriculture. Basically CSA is the consumer ( the member or shareholder) pays a lump sum in the begging of the season, and receives a box of produce each week for the whole season. This allows the farmer the start up cost for seed and early season expenses and keeps the farm running smoothly so that the shareholder gets the benefit of saving money on produce and receiving farm fresh produce all season long. Depending on the farm there are also you pick events, farm tours, and other farm activities.

Our CSA

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At Kragnes Family Farms we will be accepting 50 CSA members for the 2017 season. By becoming a member you will receive 17 weeks of produce, you pick events when access produce is available, several scheduled farm events, and first chance to purchase meat, eggs, honey and all farm extras. We grow over 60 varieties of produce and try to put around ten different items in each box so that you get a good variety each week. With each delivery you will receive a weekly newsletter that contains a recipe of the week, a list of produce that is in your box, nutritional values, how to use some veggie you may not know how to use,and any new farm information. We provide half or full share options. By purchasing a half share you will receive a half bushel box of produce each week. With a full share you will receive a full bushel box each week.

Pricing

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Half share is a half bushels box each week for 17 weeks cost $400

 Normally feeds one to 3 people


 Full share is a full bushel box each week fir 17 weeks cost $750  

Normally feeds 4 to 6 people


For payment you can pay the full amount before the season begins. We do allow the option for a deposit of 100 dollars. The remainder of the payment is due by the fourth deliver.

BECOME A MEMBER


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BECOME A MEMBER TODAY

To become a member copy paste the below content into the email section and fill out your information.

For payment you can pay by cash or check either sent to, or dropped off at the farm.  

First Name 

Last Name 

Phone Number 

Email Address

Address 

Full share or Half share 

How many people will be using this share

 Comments

Kragnes Family Farms

7996 Mt Baker Hwy, Maple Falls, WA 98244

360-599-1095

Hours

Monday - Thursday: 5pm - 6pm

Friday - Saturday: 10am - 5pm

Sunday: Closed

Other Farm Products


Eggs

Meat Products

Soap and Honey

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As of right now we have a lot of eggs available. You are welcome to stop by the farm to pick up eggs from the fridge in the car port. It is an on your honor situation so please be honest. Thank you.  Our chickens are fed organic feed as well as fodder from barley that we grew. During the summer they will be pastured, as we like all of our animals to be mobile for health and happiness.

On our farm we raise around 600 pastured chickens a year for meat. We also have beef, lamb, goat, and ducks. Right now we have a some chickens for sale. Other items will be posted when available. Please e-mail or call if you are interested

Our happy bees create delicious honey for us to enjoy. Raised all chemical free.  Our soap is all naturally made. The goats that we have provide us with the milk needed to make our goat milk soap. tyne's tiny bubble soaps can be found at grahams store soon to be crossroads store and at the farm . Please call or e-mail if you are interested in purchasing soap, chapsticks, lotion bars and oils.

Eggs

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As of right now we have a lot of eggs available. You are welcome to stop by the farm to pick up eggs from the fridge in the car port. It is an on your honor situation so please be honest. Thank you.  Our chickens are fed organic feed as well as fodder from barley that we grew. During the summer they will be pastured, as we like all of our animals to be mobile for health and happiness.

Meat Products

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On our farm we raise around 600 pastured chickens a year for meat. We also have beef, lamb, goat, and ducks. Right now we have a some chickens for sale. Other items will be posted when available. Please e-mail or call if you are interested

Soap and Honey

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Our happy bees create delicious honey for us to enjoy. Raised all chemical free.  Our soap is all naturally made. The goats that we have provide us with the milk needed to make our goat milk soap. tyne's tiny bubble soaps can be found at grahams store soon to be crossroads store and at the farm . Please call or e-mail if you are interested in purchasing soap, chapsticks, lotion bars and oils.