Produce varieties for 2017

Note: Although we are planning to plant all of these, there is no guarantee that any particular one will be part of the CSA Share—such is nature's way!

SUMMER - July/August

romaine lettuce
georgia collard greens
swiss chard
pickling cucumbers
asparagus beans
lima beans
string beans
deep red, golden and candy stripe beets
eggplant varieties
yellow squash
patty pan squash
san marzano tomato
heirloom tomato varieties
green, red and yellow bell peppers
shishito peppers
jalapeno and cayenne peppers
italian sweet relleno peppers
bulbs of garlic
herb variety

Spring - May/June

red leaf lettuce
dark green lettuce
bibb and buttercrunch lettuce
curly/red russian/lacinato kale
broccoli rabe
spring mix
georgia collard greens
cherry bell radishes
french breakfast radishes
snow peas
green cabbage
swiss chard
garlic leeks and scapes
herb variety

Fall - September/October


sweet potatoes
bulbs of garlic
russet/yukon gold potatoes
all blue heirloom potatoes
golden nugget winter squash
delicata squash
butternut squash
golden globe turnips
eggplant varieties
yellow squash
patty pan squash
continuing greens - kale, collards, arugula
herb variety

Late Spring, Summer and Fall - all herbs will be available

cilantro, dill, parsley, basil, thai basil, sage, rosemary, lemon thyme, german chamomile, oregano, tarragon, peppermint, chives, fennel frawns

Good Views -  Netflix documentaries

  • Forks Over Knives
  • Food Matters
  • The Gerson Miracle
  • Deconstructing Supper
  • What’s On Your Plate?
  • Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead
  • Food FIght
  • Dying to Have Known
  • Fed Up!
  • Ingredients
  • Vegucate
  • Hungry for Change
  • Crazy Sexy Cancer
  • Farmageddon!

Good Reads

  • The Gerson Therapy: The Amazing Nutritional Program for Cancer and Other Illnesses
  • Nature’s Cancer FIghting Foods
  • A Cancer Therapy: Results of Fifty Cases and the Cure of Advanced Cancer
  • Healing the Gerson Way : Defeating Cancer and Other Chronic Diseases
  • Beating Cancer with Nutrition
  • Let The Food Fight Begin Vol. 1 Introduction (Winning The War On Cancer With SuperFoods)
  • Superfoods: 101 Best Raw Superfoods
  • Backyard Medicine
  • The Woman’s Handbook of Healing Herbs
  • Kitchen Medicine: Making, Crafting, and Growing Simple Herbal Remedies
  • Healing Foods for Modern Ills: Nutritional Wisdom from Edgar Cayce, Traditional Diets, and Today’s Science
  • The American Way of Eating
  • Crazy Sexy Diet (recipes and more)
  • Crazy Sexy Kitchen (recipes, setting up a kitchen to support healthy eating!)
  • Crazy Sexy Cancer tips

Join our CSA


All money collected from CSA baskets gets re-purposed back into the farm and our donation basket program.

Weekly Baskets

We will only be supplying weekly baskets for our CSA share this year. They are available for purchase weekly at $40 a basket. Follow us on facebook to see when these are available and contact us via email or phone (908-216-4416) to set up a pickup time. 

Check our vegetables page to see this year's list of produce.

Our shares are extremely seasonal to ensure that we’re offering a balanced diet as mother nature intended it! We offer alot of dark leafy greens from our farm all summer long so expect to see alot of them throughout each season. Here is an example of what a weekly basket might look like in 2017.

SPRING/EARLY SUMMER SAMPLE SHARE: A bunch of radishes, arugula, red and dark leaf lettuce, several varieties of kale, snow peas, garlic scapes or leeks, broccoli rabe, a bunch of beets, a bunch of collard greens, head of cabbage, bunch of mixed herbs.

MID-SUMMER SAMPLE SHARE: Several varieties of kale, arugula, a bunch of chard, a bunch of collard greens, shishito peppers, sweet and hot peppers, zucchini and squash, several cucumbers, scallions, bulbs of garlic, bag of mixed beans, a bunch of radishes, several varieties of eggplant, a bunch of beets, several tomatoes, bunch of mixed herbs.

LATE SEASON SAMPLE SHARE:  A whole lot of tomatoes, bulbs of garlic, a bunch of radishes, a bunch of beets, a bunch of kale, a bunch of chard, arugula, a bunch of collard greens, lima or string beans, patty pan squash, several delicata squash, sweet potatoes, purple potatoes, yukons or russetts and a bunch of mixed herbs.

Donation Baskets

This is our fifth year providing donation baskets for those suffering from autoimmune diseases and chronic illnesses. We offer weekly baskets, similar to our CSA baskets, to those looking to heal themselves holistically and naturally through their diets. These baskets are a gift and therefore 100% free. We are also willing to work with your specific diets, so if you are avoiding nightshades or tomatoes for example, we will substitute for other vegetables that may be available.

If you feel that you may qualify to be a part of this program, fill out an application and send to These baskets are pickup only. We ask that you live within 20 miles of Old Bridge, NJ for convenience.

This is why our farm exists. It is the heart of Llama Mama Good Farm and what we care about most. Please be honest with your answers and attach any medical information you wish to provide.

Support this Program

We get a lot of requests from people who want to donate more than just purchasing a basket. This program is supported by our CSA members and anyone else who purchases produce from the farm. If you are unable to buy produce but still want to help support this program, please feel free to gift what you can by clicking the PayPal button below. We do not have a 501-c3 but we CAN PROMISE your gift will go directly to supporting this program.

Thanks for all your support!!!