New Mexico Desert Farm

New Mexico Desert Farm is a honey bee farm. They offer bee pollen, propolis candy, balm & spray for muscular relief, honeycomb, and honey w/pecans. “I’m loving my Wildflower honey but even more, I’m loving the CBD honey and the quick relief I get and the non-after taste you tend to get with other edibles. So good and such a need small amount needed!!!” This is just one of the positive comments from one of their buyers. This only shows how wonderful their products are and you will not regret buying from them. Contact them directly on where you can buy their bee products.

Pruski’s Market

Pruski’s Market is a family owned meat market that is dedicated to bringing “traditional family recipes” to your family’s table all year long. Their full service meat counter features “Pruski’s Fresh Sausage and 16 varieties of sausage, beef, turkey and elk jerky.” Every cut of meat is USDA Choice Grade beef, and Pruski’s passes daily inspections for quality and cleanliness with flying colors. Their fresh and all natural meat are “perfect addition to any meal!” They are committed to providing a total satisfaction every time you shop. Their “affordable prices, quality meats, and outstanding customer service” is what makes Pruski’s Market loved throughout the San Antonio, TX area.

Pruski’s Market still delivers fresh food during trying times! This is the reason why they’ve been featured as one of 10 fresh food deliveries in San Antonio amidst stay-at-home order.

Cactus Land Brewing Company

Cactus Land Brewing Company was named after the prickly pear cactus growing on the 7-acre property it is situated on. Husband-and-wife Dustin and Erica Teague started, just like other brewers before them, with homebrewing. And like other brewers, they have had hits and misses. “The first brew was awful,” recalls Erica during an interview, and the cleanup as Erica described it seemed brutal.

Determined, they doggedly continued, and eventually, started winning homebrewing competitions. Finally, with their Texas license approved on June 2016, they started building their brewery. The DIYers worked at night away from their day jobs and on weekends, and successfully completed a Kickstarter campaign. Since their initial opening, they’ve added a stage, a covered patio, and fenced in a large open area for kids.

As a small artisanal brewery, Cactus Land remains committed to creating “diverse beer for diverse people”. Currently, they keep their operation manageable by opening only during the first and third weekends of each month.