We are a small, chemical-free, direct market vegetable farm just outside of Grinnell, Iowa, selling seasonally May through December (and beyond) to customers in Grinnell, Newton, Des Moines, and the surrounding area.

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Please join us for our annual Field Day! 

September 17th 3-6pm

All are invited.
Guided Farm Tour
The Too Many String Band will be performing at 4!
Apple cider pressing & tasting
Picnic and BYOB
Fun for Kids

There will not be a meal served at this event but we will have watermelon, cherry tomatoes, cider, and water available. There also will be a limited amount of Middle Way Farm produce for sale. Visitors are also invited to bring their own food and drink and picnic!

Children are welcome but should be supervised. We are a working farm and while we do our best to remove obvious hazards, there are places that children should not go unattended.

Please no dogs!
We have farm cats, chickens, and sheep.

Please direct any questions to


Blankets & lawn chairs
Picnic food & drinks
Bags for pick your own produce
Sturdy shoes for walking tour and pick your own
Cash if you would like to purchase any produce

We still have a few more spots for the Fall CSA! Please see the "Join Our CSA" tab above if you are interested in signing up. 


Please Register as a Customer first (please select CSA subscription members as your Customer Type), then go to Join Our CSA to select your subscription. You can also view CSA subscriptions without registering but you will need to register to sign up! 

Not interested in CSA? You can still Register as a Customer at any time and purchase from our Online Farm Stand. We will be opening the Online Farm Stand in April with our Annual Plant Sale and continue weekly orders until the week before Christmas in December (with occasional weeks off). 

Here is a comprehensive instruction guide to setting up your account and placing an order for the first time as a CSA or Online Farmstand customer.

New to the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) concept? 

We made this video a few years ago to explain it: