Friday, January 25, 2008

Get Your Share

In 2008, you can become a shareholder in Mule Shoe Farm. A partial owner. Without all the farm work (unless you really want to)



Click here for the Share Agreement. Print it out and mail it to



Anne Pouliot
Mule Shoe Farm
3120 River Road
Ashland City, TN 37015


Oh yeah, write checks to Anne Pouliot not Mule Shoe Farm. The bank doesn't know what to do with me already.

The harvesting season for Mule Shoe Farm is mid-April to the end of October. The pick up site for shares is the Ashland City Open Air Market on Saturdays between 9am and Noon beginning in mid-April. Arrangements can be made for another pick up site on a different day of teh week depending on requests and shares.


A full share is a half bushel of produce every week. It costs $750 for the year. You can divide that into payments. Click here for the Share Agreement which will have your choices.


A half share is a quarter bushel or peck every week. It costs $400 for the year. There are payment plans available for that as well.


This year we are planning to produce the following and anything else that strikes our fancy on the farm:


mulch, firewood, lettuce, beets, collard greens, mustard greens, kale, carrots, onions, spring peas, tomatoes, swiss chard, leeks, potatoes, corn, green beans, dried beans, summer squash, winter squash, dill, oregano, rosemary, green peppers, hot peppers, watermelon, goat's milk, and fresh eggs.

Share holders' input is welcome and encouraged. If you would like something that you don't see on the list, please tell us. We will try to grow it if at all possible.


This summer we will have a Family Day on the Farm sometime in July. There will be more details later, but expect good food, old-fashioned fun and games.


All Shareholders are welcome and urged to visit anytime except Friday and Saturday. You will want one of us to show you around, so please contact us before you plan to show up.

One more thing, before I forget, everything we produce will be done organically and as sustainably as possible. It will be fresh. Some things will be harvested on Friday and others will be harvested Saturday morning right before delivery. How 'bout that? Fresh. That's how we wobble.

2 comments:

Fiddler said...

I wish I lived in TN :) I love reading your posts (we are in ME)

Ms. Anne - the farmer said...

That is so sweet of you especially since you live in such a beautiful state. Maine intrigues me because you have a large number of organic CSA's and your state has a well coordinated intern program for organic farms. I know you get a lot of snow, but that beats the heck out of ice or pretend snow )a.k.a. flurries) that are so common where we live.

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