Using biodynamic and organic farming methods, Cloughjordan Community
Farm is a member-owned, 40 acres mixed farm on the Tipperary/Offaly border. Since we started in 2008, we've been supplying fresh produce daily to over
60 households in the area.
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A Community Supported Farm
our upcoming conference
What is a Community Supported Farm ?
Community Supported Farms improve the quality and
quantity of food available locally while reducing the environmental impact of
producing this food. Our farm is co-owned by the members.
How does it Work?
Members pay a regular contribution to cover administration, running costs and
wages of our growers. In return we all receive a regular supply of farm fresh vegetables in season, delivered 3 times a week to a central collection point.
There's also cereals and meat, and of course delicious milk from our own
Kerry cows, delivered daily.
We also arrange regular farm walks, as well as training and educational events.
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date with what's happening.
Can I Join?
As well as our Cloughjordan base, we now have a distribution point in Nenagh,
so If you can collect your produce at either town, you're eligible to be a member -
it's as simple as that!
Our pricing structure means being a member
and sharing all this quality produce is affordable for everyone.
For more information about what's coming up, what we're doing, or if you want to become a member please contact us!
All photos on this site, including livestock and farm produce, were taken at Cloughjordan Community Farm. Click here for our photo gallery