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Welcome to the Dillner Family Farm
owned and operated by Don and Jane Dillner and family

Our sustainable farm is a third generation family-owned fruit and vegetable farm located in West Deer Township in Gibsonia, Pennsylvania since the 1940’s. During the growing season, we participate every week in several Pittsburgh Area Farmers' Markets, providing fresh locally grown produce. On the farm we have a farm stand open from Mid May to Mid November. There are eight greenhouse structures (high tunnels) to extend our growing season. Raspberries bushes and blueberry bushes complement our vegetable production. Don and I are excited to announce that we have expanded our fruit and vegetable production on our new farm in Summit Township in Butler County.

For the last 10 years, the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program is a successful part of our farm business and we are happy to offer it each year to our customers.

Welcome to the Dillner Family Farm 2014 CSA program!

We are very excited to start planning for the this year's growing season! Our 2014 CSA Program has expanded by adding new members and new pickup sites. 

WE ARE ACCEPTING SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR THE 2014 CSA PROGRAM until May 10th!

 EGG SHARES ARE SOLD OUT until we get more chickens in May! Egg shares will be avialable again in July.

Click HERE to go to our CSA Page to find out how to order

 


"Thank you for running such an excellent program. Thank you for being farmers and workers of the land when it gets harder and harder to make a living at it...." Nancy/ Gibsonia

"Amazing... I am stunned that you are able to give us such wonderful variety over the whole summer..." Anne/ Fox Chapel


 


Dillner Family Farm
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New Farm in Butler County

A Sustainable Farm 
Our method of farming is sustainable agriculture. We use the least amount of material necessary for crop protection. We start most of the plants in our greenhouse, and then transplant them to our high tunnels and fields. The high tunnels extend our growing season by 4 weeks earlier in the spring and 4 weeks later in the fall. We use integrated pest management (IPM), which is good bugs eliminating bad bugs.  We mulch our fields with straw bales for weed control that will get turned under to add to the next years organic matter in the soil. We use bag fertilizer that is dispensed into the soil as we form the row for laying black plastic mulch (with a machine).

Donald & Jane Dillner
4140 Sandy Hill Road
Gibsonia, PA 15044
Phone: 724-444-6594
Fax: 724-444-6156

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