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Tubby Creek Farm is the working farm and homestead of Josephine and Randy Alexander, located in Ashland, Mississippi.  We are committed to providing superior quality fresh fruits, vegetables and pasture raised pork, goat and chicken to our local community through Community Supported Agriculture, farmers markets and chef sales.  We grow your food with love, sunshine, water and a lot of compost but no synthetic chemicals because we are devoted to the safety of our food and the health of the land.

Winter Farm Update & 2018 CSA Info

. . . Jan 24, 2018 | posted by Josephine
Winter Farm Update & 2018 CSA Info

2018 CSA Registration is Now Open

Happy New Year!  We are now accepting CSA registrations for 2018.  We will again be offering weekly boxes of local, Certified Naturally Grown vegetables in two different sizes from mid-April to mid-November.  We will NOT be offering broiler chicken shares this year, and there are some changes to our Wednesday CSA pick-up locations (please see the website for more information).  We look forward to being your family farmers in 2018!

Fall Farm Party Postponed to Oct 29th

. . . Oct 22, 2017 | posted by Josephine
Fall Farm Party Postponed to Oct 29th

FARM PARTY
Sunday Oct 29 4pm to 8pm
As we near the end of our sixth year at Tubby Creek Farm it is time to celebrate, relax and spend time with family and friends.

We will be cooking up some of our chicken and pork. You bring sides and dessert (southpaws bring dessert). Dinner will be very casual and available as sides show up.

-We will have a jug of tea, adult beverages are welcome but BYOB.
-Dogs welcome but MUST stay on leash at all times. Campers welcome but please let us know.
-Please RSVP by emailing Randy

Greens, Greens and More Greens!

. . . May 14, 2017 | posted by Josephine
Red Russian kale in the chill tank

Two of the mustards we grow,a red and a green harvested and in cratesThis week there are a lot of green and leafy things in the shares.  Now is the time to enjoy lots of fresh, crisp salads.  I know that the season for greens can seem to stretch on and on.  Once lettuce falls to the heat, it wont be back until October.  The next couple weeks will likely include lot

The Baby is Here, Farm Update and More!

. . . Apr 14, 2017 | posted by Josephine
Cooper asleep, one of the things he can be good at, at times

Cooper Patrick Alexander rapped in a white blanket with frogs, snails, bugs and other critters onitOn Thursday, April 6th at 12:54 in the morning we welcomed our baby earthside.  Our baby boy weighed 8 lbs and 5 ounces at birth and was 21 inches long from his adorably kissable head to his long monkey toes.  His name is Cooper Patrick Alexander and now just days old he is already runni

February 2017 Kick Off

. . . Feb 06, 2017 | posted by Josephine

Pulling the plastic over our new greenhouseWhile the occasional frosty night reminds us that it is still winter, we are itching for spring.  Good thing spring isn’t quite here yet as we still have a little time to make headway on our Winter Projects list.  Last week on a warm and windless day, we stretched the plastic on the new greenhous