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CSA, or Community Supported Agriculture is the link that directly connects

you, the consumer, to me, the farmer. 

When you shop small, you are helping actual people pay actual bills. You are contributing to an ecosystem that's so important in this era of your favorite coffee shop being replaced by a Citibank. Amazon may have convenience, but small business' have heart. You help people continue to make their dreams come true because they work from their heart and soul, not just for a paycheck. 


New Boston Beef CSA

How does it work?

Empty freezer.

Write check.

Pick up beef.

Be happy.

We listened to your suggestions and decided to have an option between bulk ordering (or hanging weight) and purchasing week to week. Our first offering of a CSA will be 3 boxes over the course of the summer market season- 1 to kick things off in May, another in July, and another just in time for your Labor Day party. 

What does it include?




Every share will include:

6# +2 Ground Beef (keeping the B3B1 free market deal)

2# Sausage

2# Sirloin

2# Kabob meat

1# Tips

1.5-2# London Broil

Depending on availability, you will also receive 3# of prime steaks. Prime Steaks include:






How much does it cost?

2 options:

      Pay in full for 3 months:         $660

     Pay each box as you go:     $230*

          *your 3# of prime steaks might include an extra sirloin or london broil, top 5 are not guaranteed. 

Market Value: $240

Minimum of 18#

$220 / 18 = $12.22#

      Your discount can be seen further with this figure in that Prime Steaks average $19+#!!


> CSA members will get additional sale discounts on purchases for special items throughout the summer.

> Members will also receive "specials" not listed above in each box which could include recipes, bonus ingredients from NBB friends, bones, suet, ribs, and other delicious surprises! 

> Your purchase will save you $60+ the value of all other inclusions in your share, up to another $60 in mixed product. 

What you DON'T get:

      added hormones


      mass produced animals


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