What our customers are saying ...


"We loved the generous varieties, quantities, and freshness of everything we received. Also, when we opened the basket each week, it was if we were looking at a piece of artwork, as the food was so beautifully placed inside."

"Loved the variety and the amount was awesome!"

"We loved having the fresh produce regularly. We also enjoyed trying new vegetables. Some are new family favorites."

"I loved the variety, the people and the farm potluck!"

"I love the community feeling when I pick up my box every week."

"I love the variety of fruits and vegetables. Also, it forces me to make healthy meals and be creative."

"Great food, fun meeting the other subscribers, really fresh organic, local healthy food!"

"...it is important to support local and organic farming and my body was very appreciative of the nutritional quality."


We are a small, 6 acre family farm. We only sell our produce locally ~ through our CSA program, Umpqua Valley Farmer's Market and to local restaurants.

Big Lick Farm is committed to community involvement and we search for ways to make fresh, healthy food available to everyone. For community members who cannot afford the cost of a CSA share we always welcome work trades to keep costs low. We also accept WIC and Farm Direct Nutrition coupons as payment.

Big Lick Farm believes in growing food in accordance with nature. We are certified naturally grown as we are committed to our clients health and to the health of our planet to grow our food without chemical fertilizers, herbicides or pesticides. We are happy to share our cultivation practices with our customers.

At Big Lick Farm, we focus on growing many heirloom varieties of fruits and vegetables. We know heirloom fruits and vegetables provide variety and tastes which are not available through most supermarkets.

We are located outside of Myrtle Creek on the beautiful Umpqua River. We love to give tours and host potlucks. Big Lick Farm believes in strengthening communities through local, sustainable agriculture.



IMPORTANT: The following is a comprehensive list of the items we grow and sell but it does not represent what comes in a CSA share basket. For more information on what you'll receive in a share basket, click here.

WSSF stands for Winter Spring Summer Fall

Vegetables: Winter/Spring/Summer/Fall
artichoke
arugula
asparagus
beets
broccoli
brussels sprouts
cabbage
carrots
cauliflower
celery
chinese greens
collards
sweet corn
cucumber
daikon
eggplant
garlic
green beans
green onions
hot peppers
kale
kohlrabi
leeks
lettuce
mustard+greens
okra
onions
parsnips
peas
potatoes
pumpkins
radish
rutabagas
salad greens
salad mix
shallots
spinach
summer squash
sweet peppers
sweet potato
swiss chard
tomatillos
tomatoes
turnips
winter squash
zucchini
Fruits: Winter/Spring/Summer/Fall
apples
asian pears
blackberries
cantaloupes
grapes
kiwis
melons
peaches
pears
plums
raspberries
strawberries
watermelons
Meats/Livestock: Winter/Spring/Summer/Fall
beef
chicken
pork
Dairy/Eggs: Winter/Spring/Summer/Fall
eggs
Nuts/Seeds: Winter/Spring/Summer/Fall
walnuts
Processed: Winter/Spring/Summer/Fall
baked goods
bath /body
organic honey
preserves
Herbs: Winter/Spring/Summer/Fall
fresh herbs
medicinal herbs
Flowers: Winter/Spring/Summer/Fall
edible flowers
fresh flowers
Grains: Winter/Spring/Summer/Fall
corn
popcorn
Sprouts: Winter/Spring/Summer/Fall
sprouts
wheat grass
Specialty Items: Winter/Spring/Summer/Fall
plants (bedding, etc)


Ark of Taste Products:
Fruits
Crane Melon
Gravenstein Apple of Sonoma County
Moon & Stars watermelon
Newtown Pippin Apple
Rio Oso Gem peach
Sun Crest peach
Yellow-Meated watermelon
Meat & Poultry
Wyandotte chicken
Vegetables
Amish Deer Tongue lettuce
Amish Paste tomato
Amish Pie squash
Aunt Ruby's German Green tomato
Cherokee Purple tomato
Fish pepper
Grandpa Admire's lettuce
Inchelium Red garlic
Jimmy Nardello's Sweet Italian Frying pepper
Speckled lettuce
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