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Robinette Farms

Contact Info

Name: Chloe Diegel
Phone: 402-794-4025
17675 South West 14th


Robinette Farms is a small family farm located in Martell, Nebraska, just 15 minutes from downtown Lincoln. We operate a diversified farm; growing over 80 varieties of vegetables, a flock of laying hens, beehives, and pigs.

We sell all of our products direct to consumer through a summer vegetable Community Supported Agriculture Program (CSA) and at the Old Cheney Road Farmers' Market, and a handful of restaurants in Lincoln. Look for us on Facebook and Twitter!

We still have shares available!! Sign up online now for our 2011 Summer CSA Program!

Robinette Farms CSA members receive their weekly share of vegetables typical for that time of year, grown on our farm, and harvested that day. Each week, members pick up their share at a central location in town or on the farm. This gives members a chance to see the farm, meet the farmers and socialize with other members.

Members become an active participant in the farm through reading our weekly newsletter, which includes recipes, news about the farm and other interesting information.

CSA Details:
Season:  May through October
Type: Single farm
Since: 2010
No of Shares: 125
Full Share: Small Share {SOLD OUT FOR 2011}: $300/season/ feeds 1-2 people Medium Share: $400/season/ feeds 2-3 people Large Share: $600/season/ feeds 4-5 people
1/2 Share: A Half Share would be a Medium Share.
Work Req? No

Pick Up/Drop Off Points:

Leon's Gourmet Grocer  (Wed)

Pick up your share each week in the parking lot at Leon's! Look for our tent near the bike path. A convenient way to get your local veggies and stop in at Leon's to finish your shopping!
Address: 2200 Winthrop Road, Lincoln, NE 68502

Robinette Farms  (Wed)
Come youut to the farm for the ultimate CSA experience! Pick up your share, say hello to the animals and walk out to the fields to see what's growing! We're only 20 minutes from downtown Lincoln.
Address: 17675 SW 14th, Martell, NE 68404 

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