Copeland Family Farms




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How Can My Family Join?

It’s easy! Come to the farm at 1912 Timmons Road in Grenada, CA and take a free tour, then sign up.

You may also sign up on line and pay using Paypal.

Drop off your clean, 1/2 gallon canning jars and you may start collecting your milk and eggs that week!

How can a Farmshare help you?

We all come together to make fresh organic food possible for the community.
This is  our new, all member built milk room. It is completed to FDA standards!

new jar shelf

Leave your clean jars on your shelf, milkers will sterilize and then fill them with your milk on your day.

Our members are our project leaders

Beef: Copeland Family Farm raises grass finished beef.  We harvest our beef only at the peak of the grass growing season. New calves are raised on our cows or bottle fed with our fresh milk.

Eggs: Cheyenne

Free range and organic mash.    $4/ carton in milk room, or free to paid up members who come to the farm and leave a carton with their name on it. Cheyenne fills these with however many eggs she collects that day.  Our eggs have remarkably dark orange yolks from the grass the hens eat. That is the ONLY way to get omega 3 eggs.

Poultry including heritage turkeys: Maritza/Betsy/Angelica

Organic fed, local,  naturally raised corn free and soy free,  share of cost and harvested around Thanksgiving for turkeys. Pastured chicken from a Redding member, available throughout the year. Prices clearly marked.

Honey: Several Members sell their local honey

Chevon: Dusty

We harvest in summer and around Thanksgiving. Priced off the farm. $200 each.

So bring your family to join a new movement of families going back to the farm, fulfilling the dreams for their children of “living” on the farm and taking control of their food and how it is produced! NO GMO’s, NO plastic milk jars, and NO antibiotics used in the production of our food!

Print this form and bring it to the farm when you want a FREE farm tour. 

CFF Farm Share agreement 2018

Then you pay your yearly dues of $24, this pays for the organic chicken mash so you can have FREE eggs. Number of eggs vary with the time of year, just like real life on the farm folks!


Yearly Dues

Herdshare fees, to own one undivided interest in the leased dairy herd $40 for the lifetime of the herdshare. It is like buying your own cow or goat so you can drink the milk.

Cow Care Fees, these fees pay for the board, organic hay and pellets, vet care, breeding, and vitamins and minerals your cow gets daily. Fees are due quarterly, or you can pay bi-annually or annually. Remember, you are paying for the care of YOUR cows, not for gallons of milk, but the share you pay for is your share of the milk your cow provides weekly.  These fees may be found on our “How to Join the Herdshare” page.