Natick Community Organic Farm raises farm animals on their certified organic pastures and feed them certified organic grain as a supplement. They are raised in the public eye using only the most humane of practices and are slaughtered at the highest quality humane slaughterhouse in Massachusettes. All meat is “fresh-frozen,” by the farm’s local USDA-certified butchers.

The CSA share is composed of:

  • 50-75% ground products including ground beef, ground pork, ground lamb, and sausage
  • 25-50% grilling cuts like steaks, pork chops, lamb chops, etc
  • As with any CSA, all share contents will selected at the Farmers’ discretion. We cannot predict or guarantee share contents.

Small shares cost $200. Small shareholders will receive over $50 worth of meat per pick up at a minimum discount of 5%; it’s likely to be higher.

Large shares cost $400. Large shareholders will receive over $100 worth of meat per pick up at a minimum discount of 10%; it’s likely to be higher.

For $100 more, small or large CSA shareholders can add one whole chicken to each pick up, at a savings of approximately $5/bird.

Pick ups will place every other week, during the weeks of September 6, September 20, October 4, and October 18 during NCOF’s regular staffed hours. (Monday-Thursday 9am-4pm, and Friday 9am-1pm)


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Also available are meat ‘boxes’ which contain assorted cuts of humanely raised, NCOF-reared animal proteins for $100/box, representing a 10+% savings. Pick up takes place Monday-Thursday 9am-4pm, and Friday 9am-1pm. Please allow us two business days to fulfill your order and wait for the confirmation email before coming to pick up.

The Natick Community Organic Farm is a nonprofit, certified-organic farm. We
provide productive open space, farm products, and hands-on education for all ages, year-round. The Natick Community Organic Farm is about farming in the public eye. Visitors to the farm learn what food looks like before it gets processed, refined, or packaged. We demonstrate how to take good care of the land and the animals, and we’re excited to teach the next generation about stewardship, ecology, and personal responsibility.