Greenacres

Farm Store

Quality you can taste

With the care and attention to detail our staff puts into growing our products, Greenacres meat and produce are truly craft quality. Our products are healthier, more nutritious, and sustainably raised. Your support not only gives you a better quality product, but also helps contribute to local education and research initiatives. Joining our CSA program gives you the opportunity to be involved in an approach to agriculture that is truly healthy for people, communities, and local ecologies.

Visit our farm store
8255 Spooky Hollow Rd
Cincinnati, OH 45242
Winter Hours
T-F 1030 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Sat 9 a.m.to 1 p.m.
Closed Sunday and Monday

Our Promise

Our goal is to produce the highest quality products with a positive environmental impact. Because of this we’re committed to

No artificial growth hormones
No petrochemical herbicides, pesticides, or fertilizers
No routine antibiotics

Become a supporter

When you become a supporter of Greenacres Farm Store, you get access to special discounts on produce, eggs, and certain meat specials. Your contribution is used as a store credit when making purchases and can be refilled when it runs out. Unlike traditional Community Supported Agriculture programs, Greenacres lets you pick what you want, when you want it. There are no predetermined boxes, no seasonal limits, and no required volunteer hours.

Support Levels

$250, $500, or $750

Contact Us

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Call Us

513-891-4227 ext 2

Temporary Hours
T-F 10:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Sat 9:00 a.m.to 1:00 p.m.
Closed Mondays

Follow Us

The beautiful summer annuals planted in our Arts Center gardens are grown from seed to bloom all on site! Check out our selection of these annuals at the farm store to add to your own gardens and landscape! đŸŒ± ...

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Taking deep soil samples for carbon analysis allows us to see how much carbon is being pulled and locked into pasture soils. This helps us measure the effectiveness of our strategic grazing practices and gives us a better understanding of the health of our pastures. Healthy soils are capable of holding a tremendous amount of carbon and can help reduce the concentration of atmospheric carbon! ...

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Our Research Department is working with the University of Tennessee to study the effects of different nutrient and pH levels and on pasture grass germination and development. The findings can be used to influence and improve future pasture management. ...

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A minute of zen brought to you from our Ley field. This cover crop of rye, winter peas and red clover is beautiful, but more importantly it protects and improves the soil between rotations of vegetable crops and grazing animals. The peas (like all legumes) pull nitrogen out of the atmosphere and, through a symbiotic relationship with soil bacteria, makes it available for other plants to use in the soil. Nitrogen is one of the critical elements of soil fertility, setting up our crops for success! ...

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