Baskets By Bluebird Produce, which is located in Gainesville, Texas, has farm-fresh, locally grown produce. They have tomatoes, squash, onions, okra, cucumbers, peaches, carrots, and watermelon. Bring your family and friends and enjoy shopping for fresh fruits and vegetables sourced locally. They have many regular customers who love buying produce from them. Many of them really love the sweet, delicious cantaloupes! They sell at the Gainesville Texas Farmers Market. They sell here from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM. They also sell at the Muenster Market Days from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Come visit and help support your local growers and vendors!
Nothing beats natural dairy products. At Circle N, dairy farming is a passion. They are a local dairy that sells “raw and handmade goodies”. They work with the cows daily to make sure they are comfortable and well nourished. Their herd is grass fed on pasture and supplemented with home-grown feed-stuffs, such as hay and silage with no hormones or antibiotics. Circle N Family Dairy produces Grade A Low Temp Pasteurized milk, cream, yogurt, creamer, sour cream, cheese, ice cream and grass fed Angus beef. Their ice cream is a true “Texas made” ice cream which is made from start to finish at the dairy. They take the milk and cream produced only by their own cows, pasteurize their own base mix, then make it into ice cream. They use very minimum ingredients and they don’t use artificial flavors or colors.
In 2014, Ron Plis and Kathey DeOrnellas embarked on their journey at Pendleton Ranch, a century-old homestead. Their mission: to restore the land's natural beauty. Clearing invasive plants paved the way for the diverse range of animals they now raise.
Their farm boasts CVM/Romeldale sheep, prized for both lamb meat and wool. Additionally, they raise heritage hogs, Dexter cattle, and free-range chickens. As the sole Texas breeder of the endangered California Variegated Mutant sheep, Pendleton Ranch offers roving, yarn, and fleece, with similar products derived from Angora goats and alpacas.
Visit them at Denton Community Market from April to November to support their conservation efforts and enjoy their exceptional products.
R.K. McFarmland is a family farm and research center established October 2017. They have a "wonderful quality products and great customer service!" Also, continuously growing a market garden of fresh produce to increase the availability of locally sourced and responsibly grown foods. They also use their farm-fresh produce in their baked goods and food products. They "bake with love, not only for the ingredients and the process but for the eaters". There are also crafts and non-food products available at this farm. Check out their website for more information. You can also visit their social media page and see the products that they offer.
Spring Creek Farms LLC takes pride in what they do. They take pride in being able to produce fresh, dairy products which they believe are essential to the health of everyone in the family. They take pride in the fact that what they sell is fresh, whole, raw milk bottled daily and that the cream is never skimmed off the milk produced here on the farm. And while there are other farms producing milk, Spring Creek Farms LLC is proud that their milk is rated grade "A" and Texas State Certified. That is how they are doing it and that is how they want things to stay. This is for the sake of the community and the people who rely on them, whose health depends on their ability to continue producing safe, quality, and fresh milk and eggs.
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