Looking for a fun, tasty, and easy way to get more vegetables into your family’s meals?

We’ve got the perfect solution! Our, NEW, four-week mini-microgreen CSA.

Use these cute, little greens in and on: Salads, sandwiches, burgers, smoothies, pizzas, eggs and for juicing or garnishing.

These babies provide a powerful punch of nutrition in a compact package.

Mini-Microgreen Four-week CSA

This is a 4 week CSA. Our current CSA is closed. Watch for sign ups for our June CSA. You will pick up, weekly- at the farmstead store- on Saturdays (10am-1pm), one 10 oz bag of Fox & Glove Farmstead’s proprietary mix of sunflower, pea and radish microgreens.

One bag contains approximately 10 servings.

Your total purchase is for 4 bags- one bag a week for four weeks.

Pick up on Farm: Saturdays 10am to 1pm in the farm store.


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Strawberry-Microgreen Smoothie: (Makes 2 large servings)

  • 6-8 frozen strawberries

  • 1/4 cup plain yogurt

  • 1 sliced banana

  • 2 oz. Fox & Glove microgreens

  • 1 cup whole milk

  • 1 cup ice

  • Place in blender and process


I know you’ve heard about how bad sugar is for you and I know you are looking for better alternatives when it comes to sweeteners. There are healthier, natural options available to you and one of the best is straight from the tree maple syrup.

Our local, wood-fired, small batch, artisan maple syrup can be used in place of conventional sugar in any recipe. It's not just for breakfast! Use it in place of other sweetners all year long and know you are feeding your family a healthy alternative to white processed sugar.

Only available while supplies last...

1 Pint Jar (16oz) - $12

Wood-Fired Maple Syrup
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Sweet Summer Maple Lemonade: (Makes 7 Cups)

  • 5 cups water

  • 1 1/4 cups fresh squeezed lemon juice (5 or 6 lemons)

  • 1/2 cup Fox & Glove Maple Syrup

  • Mint sprigs for garnish

  • Combine ingredients, add ice, stir and serve


If you, or anyone in your family, has ever had a cold or the flu, you know it’s not fun. Especially if you’re a momma. It’s hard to see your littles feeling terrible and not be able to do anything about it.

A favorite go to in times like these, for me, is elderberry syrup. It’s a great immune system supporter. Traditionally elderberries have been used for strengthing the immune system and shortening the duration of sicknesses.

It can be taken as a daily tonic (1 Tbsp./day) or used when you feel a cold or flu coming on. (2 to 3 Tbsp./day for 2 or 3 days.)

1/2 Pint Jar (8oz) - $15

Elderberry Syrup
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It’s hard to feed a growing family their daily protein requirements in a way that is economical.

That’s why I depend on my farm fresh eggs to fill my hungry bellies with contentment.

These eggs burst with rich flavor and are no comparison to eggs bought at the grocery store.

The deep golden orange yolks and thick whites of our eggs will help your kitchen creations become the tastiest and healthiest they can be. You are never going to be satisfied with a store-bought egg again.

1 Dozen Eggs - $5 (On farm purchase and pick up only)

Better Than Arches Breakfast Sandwich: (One Sandwich)

  • One or two Fox & Glove eggs

  • 2 Tbsp. butter

  • Salt and pepper

  • Sharp cheddar cheese slices

  • One or two pieces of buttered toast

  • Bacon (optional)

  • Melt butter in a heated skillet and fry eggs to your liking, seasoning to taste with salt and pepper (We like ours over-easy.)

  • Toast bread slices to desired darkness, butter and add cheese slices and freshly cooked bacon (if desired)

  • Top with eggs and enjoy

Seasonal Produce, Herbs, Cut Flowers and Bouquets

We plant an abundance of vegetables, herbs, and flowers.

What we have available and out at the farmstand changes from season and from day to day depending on what is ready to harvest. Harvests usually start mid to late May and continue through September.

The best way to find out what is in season and available is to sign up for our e-mail updates (plus get a FREE gift).

During harvest seasons I send out weekly updates on availability.


Farmstand/Farmstore FAQ's

  • Cash or check only

  • We love meeting everyone, but sometimes life happens and it just isn't possible. We provide a payment drop box for those times when we aren't available.

  • Check the contact page for days and hours of operation or to ask a question/leave a comment!



We are currently developing a class schedule of exciting learning opportunities here, in our home, at the farmstead.

Beyond Local:

We are hoping to expand our in-person classes into online versions for those of you beyond West Michigan as well as working on products for an online store so everyone can share in our homestead abundance. Stay tuned!

The foxglove, with its stately bells of purple, shall adorn thy dells.
— David Macbeth Moir