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January 04, 2013


Veggie Lover

Carrie- I thought the survey asked if we would pay the same or more. I voted no because I would not pay more. I'd have voted yes on the same but couldn't vote yes for the same or more. Maybe others voted no for that same reason, and needed a third option of the same?

Just an idea. I'd rather do pick our own every week honestly but hoped by saying no, you'd offer it cheaper. I didn't realize that would kill the idea entirely rather than cheapen the price. I wonder of there is still any way to get clarity from members on that now that survey is closed. We would really like that option since we could leave with what we will use and not what we don't typically end up using.

Farmer Carrie

In response to Veggie lover-- Thanks for asking! 72 people said they would consider the idea of an all-you-pick share if it were cheap enough. If it's going to be much less expensive than a regular share, I would only be able to offer things that are on the you-pick list already, and sometimes that's not much. That could be disappointing. Only 11 people said they would be willing to pay $550 or more for an all-you-pick share. At that price, I wouldn't need to place limits on which crops or what amounts, but 11 people isn't much of a customer base. I'm not quite ready to offer this as an option, but it's still simmering in the back of my mind. I would like to have a chance to work closely with a few households some day to test it out.

Veggie lover

Love the two updates but still waiting for the most anticipated part of the survey- what about the pick your own share option? Did folks like the idea? What about the pricing thoughts??



Carrie, these are always my favorite types of posts to read! Thank you for the time you put into analyzing the survey and responding so thoughtfully.

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