Casey Farm

Share Barn

Shingled barn with white trim with a colorful garden bed beside the sliding doors


The east wing of the cow barn complex was the calf barn, and today it is our Share Barn where CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) members come to pick up their shares of produce. There is an opening through the interior wall that used to be the easiest way to separate calves from  cows at milking time, but today we roll bins of produce from the walk-in cooler to the Share Barn. Our garden volunteers pay special attention to cultivating a welcoming ornamental flower bed in front.

Several people in summer clothing inside a whitewashed barn room collecting produce from bins on tables    Basket full of leeks, fennel, kale, spaghetti squash, pumpkins, peppers, Napa cabbage, garlic, salad greens, and hakurei turnips     Interior whitewashed room with pillars, full of tables offering bins of green produce. A whiteboard on the wall reads "Casey Farm."