We are a husband and wife team, our passion for growing, nourishing the land and a crazy love for animals is what brought us to farming. It all started with a baby goat but thats another story that I'm sure you'll hear told at one of our events.
Bryan is from Harrisburg and moved to Lancaster to be with brittany and for that small town feel, his entrepreneurial mind is what keeps us on our toes and always looking for new ways to improve and to be more efficient. He has a love for getting his hands in the dirt and building anything and everything we need around the farm.
Brittany grew up about 20 miles from the farm, had grandparents who were farmers and a father who was a small business owner, so her drive was strong from the start. Although farming did not come first, she chose another career and ultimately led her to realizing that she would rather be out in the field picking produce and nourishing the local community. She is the day to day operator and keeps every wheel of the farm turning.
At Horse Shoe Ranch we are committed to nourishing the land and the people by growing the freshest and tastiest varieties for our customers & restaurants. We pride ourselves on providing you with organically grown, beautiful and sustainable produce.
We want food to be as it should be
All of our seeds used are non gmo and we also grow a large variety of heirlooms
Each member will enjoy a weekly or bi-weekly share of fresh, fruits, vegetables, microgreens and herbs (depending on season/availability).
with crops selected to keep your old favorites coming and new, exciting things to try each week!
Your purchase of a share of the season’s harvest is your investment and it plays a major roll in supporting our farm at the beginning of the year. CSA’s help pay for the seeds, soil amendments, and tools at the beginning of the farming season, when a majority of the spending happens all at once. In return, we commit to providing you with healthy, locally grown food throughout the season. This interdependence helps to ensure the longevity of small farms, while also reconnecting people to the land that helps to sustain them.
Thursday evenings from 5pm-7pm
plenty of parking available