Thornbury Farm Market and Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)

Meet Your Farmer

Randell Spackman Thornbury Farm has been in Randell Spackman's family for almost 75 years and they have worked very hard to preserve the glory and history of this 200 acre property. Thornbury Farm was the site of the final troop engagement of the Battle of Brandywine, the largest land battle of the American Revolution.

Randell's agriculture studies at the University of Delaware and growing up on the farm made farming a logical choice. In 2009, Randell Spackman started Thornbury Farm CSA to grow organic local produce for the community. Now with well over 100 members and a farm market, it has proven to be a great way to help keep the family farm. Thornbury Farm has since expanded with herb gardens, edible flowers, partnerships with local restaurants and offering a selection of breads, jams, jellies, honey and bric-a-brac at the market.

Randell is available for speaking and other appearances in reference to historic preservation, land-use, agriculture and sustainability.


Closed Mondays
Closed Tuesdays
Weds. - Fri.: 2PM - 6PM
Saturdays: 9AM-5PM
Sundays: 11AM-5PM


Thursdays 12-6:30PM

1256 Thornbury Road, West Chester

Map to Thornbury Farm