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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.

2017 CSA Registration Information

. . . Jan 22, 2017 | posted by randy
A typical June CSA, carrots,beets, cabbage, onions and eggplant

Special Announcements!

Our 2017 CSA will be starting May 3rd instead of early April. Why? Because we are expecting. Josephine’s due date is March 28. We decided to push our start date to the first week in May.

We will be teaming up with Loch Holland Farm to offer broiler chickens to our CSA Members as we will no longer be raising our own broilers. See below for details.

Already know what you want? Go straight to our registration page here.

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

2017 Winter Update & CSA Registration

. . . Jan 18, 2017 | posted by Josephine
A young kid in an A-frame shelter in the snow

It is midwinter on the farm.  The lengthening daylight should start greening up the pasture soon.   Between rainy days and freezing temperatures, Randy and Patrick have been assembling the new greenhouse.  Vegetable seeds for next year are ordered, delivered and sorted.  A few – cabbage, lettuce, kohlrabi and beets- have even been started in seed trays.  The crop field is mapped out and planting dates set.  A season’s worth of planning takes place in December and January.  We reflect on the season, try to tease out the good decisions from the bad and

The Tops Are Where It's At

. . . May 04, 2016 | posted by Rosie_Hunt
The Tops Are Where It's At

It’s early spring and radishes and turnips are thriving right now! There was a time when I wasn’t so excited to see radishes or turnips, but now, I can admire their beautiful colors and the culinary options they offer in the kitchen. These little guys are super versatile. 

Easy Pineapple Radish Salsa

. . . Apr 17, 2016 | posted by Rosie_Hunt
Easy Pineapple Radish Salsa

This week, at my house, I’ve been practically drooling over fresh salad greens, and I am in awe of the crunchy breakfast radishes. I remember a time last year thinking I never wanted to see another radish or salad green in my life.  Now, I’m using those salad greens as chips because I missed them so much. Needless to say, I have been dying for CSA season to come back around.