August 11th Wood-fired Pizza

We are making wood-fired farm fresh pizza May to October, and you are invited. Get your reservations at . We will have Jimmy Rea on stage this week, hope you can join us, here is the menu:

417 Magazine August issue had a great article about pizza night, fell free to share this and invite your friends

MENU for August 11th

Peachy Pig

BBQ sauce, pulled pork, peaches, rosemary and mozzarella

Summer Time Pie

Homegrown and made red sauce, bell peppers, mushrooms, tomatoes, basil, Terrell Creek Feta, and mozzarella

Hot roasted Pepper Pizza

cream sauce, roasted hot pepper, cherry tomatoes, Terrell Creek chevre, Monterey Jack cheese and cilantro

Farm House Classic

homegrown and made red sauce all covered up with cheese

Remember to bring your picnic blanket or camp chair, this is a great family friendly event but please keep an eye on you kids while you are here.

See you soon


Sarah Millsap

Millsap Farms


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Summer CSA week 14

Below is a picture of the take all you can use items. Today is a good day to be a csa member 

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June 30th Thursday Night Pizza Club

We will be making pizzas again this Thursday night it is supposed to be cooler then last week so we are starting at 6 like normal,  Steve Ames will be with us and here is what we are cookingwpid-fb_img_1440189148673.jpg

Red White and Blue

homemade white sauce, blueberries, roasted beets and Mozzarella


homemade aioli sauce, bacon, asian greens, tomatoes and mozzarella


Pulled Pork, Pineapple, roasted onions, mozzarella cheese over BBQ sauce

Classic Farm House Cheese

Homemade red sauce all covered up with cheese


Click on the Thursday night pizza tab above to check and see if there are any tickets left.



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We will start our pizza night at 7 tonight

To accommodate the heat we will start our pizza night tonight at 7:00, we have a few last minute cancelations so we have openings. Get your reservations at

Tonight Menu

The Grecian
Homemade cucumber sauce, kale, fresh tomatoes, olives, Terrell Creek Feta
Seeing Green
Homemade pesto, onions, mushrooms, and farmers cheese
Hawaiian Farm style
Homemade red sauce, arugula, ham, pineapple and Date Lady syrup
Farm Classic Cheese
Homemade red sauce and cheese cheese cheese

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May 19th Thursday Night Farm Pizza Club

Only a few reservations remain, grab them at .  Start time is 6:00 hope to see you this week!
Kale~Pepperoni~Garlic Scape
homemade garlic aioli, kale, mozzarella, pepperoni, garlic scapes and oregano 
Radicchio Pie
homemade red sauce, caramelized onions, fontina cheese, kalamata olives, radicchio, thyme, olive oil
Pineapple Pulled Pork Pie
homemade pineapple BBQ sauce, pulled pork, mozzarella, pineapple, jalapeño, bacon and cilantro
Farmhouse Cheese
homemade red sauce all covered up with cheese
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Hear ye Hear ye

Hear ye hear ye, the time is now to join our Summer CSA before the season starts. CSA what is that, C-Community you become part of our community. S-Supported, you are supporting our efforts at growing veggies, and we support you by getting you the healthiest veggies in Springfield. A-agriculture, the growing of food.  It is simple you get a local farmer! We love to call you a member and we love growing organically for you. #farmlife #millsapfarm #producepeople #farmlife #springpatch #localfood #eatyourveggies http://www.millsapfarms.comCSA week 11 2015

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1st Farm Pizza Feast of the season is this Thursday

Here is the menu for our 1st Farm Pizza Feast of 2016.  Do you have tickets yet, Steve Ames will be performing live  and we will be enjoying pizza again here on Millsap Farm.  Get your reservations before they are gone
1. Roasted Apple, Bacon, Pecans, honey-lemon Arugula, mozzarella and Terrell Creek Feta. 
2.Charred Kale over roasted butter sauce,  Green garlic.   And topped with a combo of Fontina and mozzarella
3.Homemade cilantro pesto topped with Roasted chicken and sautéed Willow Mt. mushrooms, mozzarella and parmigiano.
4.Homemade red topped with mozzarella  cheese.

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Have you join our CSA, and have you been missing your Thursday Night Pizza Club?


Have you considered becoming one of our produce share members.  Our summer CSA is currently taking sign-ups so be sure to check us out, we would love to be YOUR FARMERS!!!  And you would get a wonderful box of super fresh produce every week. 

The weather is warming and it has us thinking about PIZZA. We have been working to get our Thursday Night Pizza Club reservations for this summer up and ready.

 So here it is, feel free to help us spread the word, and remember we usually sell out.  If you make a reservation and need to cancel be sure to email us because we often have a waitlist.   .  We have changed our reservation software this summer, so I am only offering 2 months to make sure I can work out any problems that arise.  So no worries, we still are hosting our Pizza Club May to October! 

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Spring has sprung, jump with it and join our farm!

Tomatoes, cucumbers and squash are in the ground, jump now and join our CSA!


Image by Nate Luke

Community Supported Agriculture is a great way to join with us and provide your family absolutely the freshest, healthiest produce this summer!  We Want To Be Your Farmers

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Spring here, CSA harvest newsletter

Welcome to Millsap Farms Winter CSA Harvest List and Newsletter!


We had huge turnout for CSA Workday this past Saturday.  Thanks to everyone who lent a hand on that chilly March day.  


Sign up for Summer CSA
Meat pickup at the farm today!
FMO pickup this Saturday, March 26
Next winter CSA is April 5

Farm News: a note from one of our WWOOFersMarch 22, 2016:Hello CSA members! My name is Anais (a dollar to who can say that correctly), and I am a WWOOFer volunteering here on Millsap Farm. I have been here for a little more than a week, and I can’t count the number of new things that I have learned. From harvesting vegetables such as cilantro, carrots, spinach, and arugula for all CSA members as well as the farmer’s market, to transplanting numerous types of plants, the work here is constant and diverse. Last weekend, as you all know, we got some cold weather and before the cold weather hit we had to make sure all the plants were properly protected. So after making sure all the vegetables were harvested for the CSA and farmer’s market, we spent the rest of Friday covering all the vulnerable plants outside and in the tunnels. I have really been enjoying my stay here at Millsap Farms, but I have to admit that the hardest thing about volunteering here has been trying not to eat all the vegetables we harvest for all of you. 
-Anais, WWOOFer

What’s in your share?

Full Shares:
Butterball Potatoes (organically grown by Share Life Farm, Marshall, MO)
Baby Lettuce or Arugula
Head Lettuce (one of ours, one hydroponically grown from Young Family Farms, Springfield, MO)
Swiss Chard
Green Garlic or Green Onions
French Breakfast Radish
Cilantro, Parsley or Pansies (Edible Flowers)

Sample Shares:
Butterball Potatoes (organically grown by Share Life Farm, Marshall, MO)
Baby Lettuce or Arugula
Green Garlic or Green Onions

 Half Share:
Butterball Potatoes (organically grown by Share Life Farm, Marshall, MO)
Baby Lettuce or Arugula
Head Lettuce (hydroponically grown from Young Family Farms, Springfield, MO)
Green Garlic or Green Onions
French Breakfast Radish
Cilantro, Parsley or Pansies (edible flowers)

NOTE: the spinach, baby lettuce, arugula and kale are not washed this week.  This helps them keep longer in your fridge.  But sorry for the extra dirt!

Creamy Mashed Parsnips

Chop Parsnips roughly and add to water.  Boil on stove top until parsnips are tender.  Drain water.  Add cream, butter a little maple syrup and salt.  Mash and serve!  (Ratios: roughly 1 lb of parsnips to 2 tablespoons butter, 1/3 cup of cream, 1/2 teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon or so maple syrup.)  You can also add potatoes to this mix.Spinach Salad

grated carrot
sliced radish or Japanese Turnip
Chopped apple
Edible Flowers (pansies)

Roughly chop spinach.  Add carrot, sliced radish or turnip and apples.  Toss. Arrange edible flowers on top and serve with favorite salad dressing.  


Thanks for choosing us to be your farmers!
~Millsap Farm Crew

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