Have your order mailed to you.
If you live in the 48 contiguous states, the farm can package your order to be shipped via UPS or Dicom.
The farm will carefully pack your order in a cardboard cooler with plenty of ice packs to keep it cold on its way to you. Once shipped, it should arrive to your home in two days, unless there is a delay.
You do not need to be home for delivery; the driver will leave the package if no one is home.
The following rates apply:
Zone 2: NJ, MD, DC, DE
Zone 3: RI, CT, PA
Zone 4: MA, NH, ME, VT, NY, VA, WV, NC, SC, OH
Zone 5-G: AL, GA, TN, KY, MI, IN
Zone 5-A: MO, MS
Zone 6-G: FL, IA, IL, WI
Zone 6-A: MN, SD, KS, NE, LA, AR, OK
Zone 7: ND, TX, CO, NM
Zone 8: MT, ID, WY, UT, AZ, NV, CA, OR, WA
Commonly Asked Questions
When will my order be delivered?
We package orders on a weekly basis. You will be given a delivery date prior to confirming your order and receive a tracking number early in the week. Packages typically arrive on Thursday. If there is a shipping delay, your order will arrive on Friday.
What if I’m not home?
No problem. The driver will leave your order in an insulated box in the most appropriate location he/she can find (front steps, patio, etc). Once you do arrive home we just ask that you would unpack your items as soon as you are able. If you have special instructions, let us know where the box should be left in the checkout notes. Your notes will be printed on the shipping label.
How should I expect my order to arrive?
Ingredients are carefully packaged in a cardboard cooler with plenty of insulation and ice packs to keep your food fresh even if you’re not home when we deliver. Any freshly thawed items can either be refrigerated or refroze for later use.
Who will deliver my order?
We use UPS and Dicom as our 3rd party delivery service.
Can I recycle my packaging?
We are not able to accommodate package returns at this time. If you’d like to have your packaging re-used, you could try donating it to your local soup kitchens and food pantries, which often use cardboard coolers and ice packs to transport perishable food.