What is a CSA?

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is part of a growing social movement that encourages urban & rural citizens to share responsibility for the land where their food is grown as well as how their food is produced. In simplest terms,

CSA is a partnership between agricultural producers and consumers.

Members or “shareholders” pay a fee at the beginning of the growing season to meet a farm’s operating expenses for the upcoming season. In return, members receive a portion of the farm’s produce each week throughout the growing season. 


Wesley took beef into market for processing on Thursday. IF you are interested in special cuts or selections, please contact Wesley by June 26.

CSA Week 5

We will have EXTRA TOMATOES and  Zucchini at the Worthington Market!

The tomatoes are in PRIME shape and gee they are exquisite.



Bills predicts NEXT WEEK for Cucumbers!!!


Then this little grandson will be a happy boy, cuz he loves cucumbers!



Oh boy, look at those cherry tomatoes! They are as delicious as they are good.  I could hardly refrain from eating them as I was taking this picture!

Hold on... my fork is ready too.  Another couple of first times in this year's CSA are the incredibly LONG green beans, and the tender sugar snap peas!

The zucchini is wonderful and ready for you to try a new recipe! Grab your cookbook and turn to pages 31, 42, and 24. Be adventurous!


We moved an old, antique tractor to the farm today: Grab a look at Bill loading it. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5bbmzh5uo98OEZ3QlRiRnpQWU0/view?usp=sharing



CSA Week 3: Another week of delicious food to wet your whistle!  The apple cider is a real treat!

You may need to grab your cookbook and make up a batch of Grandma's doughnuts! They are great together.



Boy those strawberries were some of the sweetest and best ones yet. Hope you didn't miss out on week 2!


Did you miss Week 1? If you did, then you also missed our new CSA Cookbook! Ask us about how you can obtain one.


Do you want the freshest of hay? Call or Text Wesley. 567-674-4161


We are here SATURDAY morning 9-noon

7227 High Street, Worthington, OH 43085


Come out and say HI!  Do you need some great PEPPERS? Stop and see us at the market to add on to your CSA with extras!

 Wesley is making mini-straw bales! These are a hoot to decorate for any occasion! Each is hand tied!

Also accepting new 2017 CSA Members! Come join us. We'd love to see you. 


New TIRE DIVISION! VanScoy FARMS now has the equipment to install new tires, to balance and rotate your tires for a smooth ride. Contact Matthew for your Tire needs at 567-674-4187.

Call or Text!

Hours: Monday thru Saturday.  9am -7pm 




Contact Wesley if you need hay for your animals,

and we will get you help!  Call or text 567.674.4161 for pricing and specifics.


We are preparing for next growing season already!




 (Community Supported Agriculture)

~Great Farm to Fork food~


 2017 CSA season...Now is the time! Contact a VanScoy Farms representative or email us to sign up!



Can you ID the plant?  


Contact Wesley (call or text 567.674.4161)for pricing and specifics to reserve your quarter or half of beef .

Wesley has been busy raising steers and will have more BEEF ready for sale . July BEEF 2017. Contact Wesley if you would like to reserve a whole beef, half or quarter beef.  Wesley will be having select cuts for SALE at the MARKETS!






Fresh Food ....................


REMINDER: Have you registered for your CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) box of food? This is a subscription and we bring farm fresh goodness to you on a weekly or bi-weekly basis. You tell us what works best for you and your family.


 Through farmers markets and our CSA program, we are working to plant & provide you with some of the freshest, most delicious and absolutely local food you can find anywhere. 

We have room for 10K plants in our big greenhouse. These are planted by HAND, as seen below. We are planting tomatoes and various kinds of peppers.


We are a family farm outside of Ridgeway, Ohio with a specialization in greenhouse growing and hay. Learn more about our family on the About Us page!

Don't forget to like us on Facebook: VanScoy Farms and check out our brand new blog! 




Check out a few videos about our farm!