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Agua Dulce Farm

Farm & Ranch in Austin

At 5015 Maufrais Lane, Agua Dulce Farm is a certified-organic urban farm that nestles in the heart of southeast Austin. Moreover, they are looking forward to having two new team members in their team. They need a farm manager and an aquaponics technician. In 2011, the owner Jack Waite was successful in founding a grassland that produces and shares high-quality food. His passion for farming is evident throughout his childhood because of his experience in dealing with homegrown food. Although he admits it was never his intention to become a farmer, growing up with a vast garden was memorable and a huge influence.

(512) 298-6356

Austin Honey Company

Farm & Ranch in Austin

Raul Vergara, the owner of Austin Honey Company, didn't always have an interest in beekeeping. While he grew up with his father harvesting honey, he only started having an interest when his mentor and friend taught him the art behind it. He took classes in beekeeping, making him more familiar than he already is and eventually opened the farm. In 2012, Raul and Mark opened the farm. Since then, they have expanded their apiaries to six. Get their raw, unheated, and unfiltered honey today! All of their jars of honey are harvested straight from the combs to you. The two also love sharing their passion for the community. If you are interested to learn, their farm is within a 30-mile radius from downtown Austin today. Learn to manage your beehives without chemicals today! Don't miss out on their honey bears, creamed honey, pure beeswax candles, and lip balms too!

(512) 784-3279

Austin Orchards

Farm & Ranch in Garfield

In Del Valle, Garfield, Austin Orchards is a beautiful local farm of McCaskill family. They offer naturally-grown various fruits, vegetables, and different jams and canned goods. Moreover, their fruits include peaches, figs, blackberries, pomegranates, strawberries, plums, oranges, and pears. Buy their fresh harvest and products at local farmers'markets and local restaurants and vendors in Austin, Dallas, and the surrounding area. Fruit picking is also available. Some of the positive reviews about them are: "A spectacular farm experience. The freshest fruits and veggies! The jams, preserves, kinds of butter, etc. are delicious!" and "The people were very welcoming, knowledgeable, and nice."Want to try their items? Give them a call at +1 512-743-7947.

(512) 743-7947

Barnison Farm

Farm & Ranch in Austin

Jeremy, the owner of Barnison Farm, purchased the 10-acre land in 2004. While he did not have any agricultural experiences, the was full of motivation to start.On the first four years of farming, he learned a lot about organic and sustainable food production. However, his heart fell in love with cooking.Therefore, he pursued a career where can make healthy and delicious meals organically and sustainably.Barnison Farm still takes care of pasture-raised animals, but now, they also offer catering services. Jeremy prepares 100% locally-sourced meals for school children, private dinners, and parties.Follow them on Facebook to know which other local farms they source their ingredients from!  

(512) 964-3136

Bee Friendly Austin

Farm & Ranch in Austin

Off 290 West, near Circle Dr. between Austin and Dripping Springs, you can find Bee Friendly Austin – a small "certified naturally-grown apiary" in Southwest Austin. Furthermore, it is a working bee yard of Tanya and Chuck Phillips with live bees and beekeepers. They are "passionate and informative beekeepers" that offers "the best honey ever". Moreover, they "sell bee nucs, beehive boxes, and equipment, beeswax, and apothecary items". Aside from that, they also have "natural raw honey, wax, pollen, handmade soaps, lip balm, lotion bars", and more. Also, they have "ongoing classes" and "give consultations to become a better beekeeper or help you with AG Exemptions". Before going there, please call to schedule a visit to make sure they are available. Reminder, there are always bees on site and dogs on patrol, so please drive carefully on your way there.

(512) 560-3732

Blue Star Ranch

Farm & Ranch in Austin

In just half a mile from Lake Travis in the Austin resort area, you'll reach the Blue Star Ranch. The farm offers certified non-GMO chicken eggs from their cage-free facility. The farm guarantees A-1 quality for their products. Therefore, people with allergies can benefit from them. With a tamed and gently-raised flock of chicken, the farm raises healthy and happy animals that are sure to lay nutritious eggs. Aside from eggs, the farm sells live chickens and chicks as pets or for breeding. Speaking of reproduction, they have a great selection of the sought-after breeds in Texas. From hens, pullets, and chickens, they have it. Just call them to inquire! They also carry poultry supplies for chicken owners.  Besides, the farmers Mary Ann and Will Fordyce offer 'eggspert' advice in traditionally raising poultry animals and fixes for chicken pens.

(281) 627-8009

Boggy Creek Farm

Farm & Ranch in Austin

Boggy Creek Farm offers a slice of history of Austin and the property gives a unique glimpse of life in mid-19th century Austin, TX. Carol Ann Sayle and her late husband Larry Butler owns and operates the historic working urban firm. Once a foreclosed property prior to their purchase of the area in 1992, they meticulously restored Boggy Creek through the years since then. As a working farm, they sell their own harvest onsite. Their produce is supplemented with goods of other local farmers. Visit their website for what’s available in season and for the full list of products they offer. The farm also runs a vacation rental onsite and conducts paid and free tours for guests. They accept checks, cards, and cash and have a “no-dogs, no-smoking” policy for everyone’s safety.

(512) 926-4650

Cameron’s Family Farm

Farm & Ranch in Manor

You will "love all of the products" at Cameron's Family Farm, "everything from jam to body products". You can even use their "goats milk soap" as an "everyday soap" because "this soap is amazing getting everything off without drying" your "hands out...and the smell of oatmeal milk and honey!!" Also, "the goats milk lotion is awesome as well". And, you will also "love all the scents" even if you "don't love sweet smelling stuff but all the scents are amazing". They are also famous for their jams such as the "blackberry jam on some toast" which is "absolutely the best jam" you will "have ever eaten". "Nothing else compares!" Furthermore, you can buy their products at their website.

Central Texas Specialty GrowersNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Manor

In Manor, Central Texas Specialty Growers offers the best specialty lettuces, greens, and herbs. They are a growing sustainable greenhouse farming operation (hydroponics) with farms in Waxahachie and Manor. Also, they do not use pesticides and use less water. It all started when the owner Sean Henry was able to grow an excellent Italian tomato, hydroponically, and without much effort. Upon realizing it, he has produced veggies using the method. Thus, Central Texas Specialty Growers was born. Currently, their specialties include basil, spring mix, superfood (cabbage/greens/mustard mix), baby kale, and various petite lettuces. Buy their harvest in stores under the brand of Franis and Thatcher Farms. 

Coyote Creek Farm

Farm & Ranch in Elgin

Jeremiah Cunningham, the owner of Coyote Creek Farm, founded the business in 1997.In 2007, they opened the first organic feed mill in Texas. It has helped farmers provide organic food to their animals while lowering the carbon footprint of farming. Their feed only uses certified organic ingredients approved by the USDA. Also, all grains they use are grown organically without herbicides, pesticides, and other chemicals.They offer feeds for turkeys, chickens, broilers, pigs, cattle, goat, sheep, and rabbits.Aside from feeds, the farm also offers grass-fed beef and pastured eggs.Want to try their products now? You can find them in retail stores and on Amazon.

(512) 285-2556

Diamond H Ranch

Farm & Ranch in Austin

In 2009, the Diamond H. Ranch in Bandera, Texas, started producing all-natural quail. Diamond H Ranch sells premium quail that raised an all-natural diet and has no antibiotic or any additional hormones. It is one of the most excellent quail in Texas because the farm grows it inside the ranch. Furthermore, the farm is also supplying in some of the most esteemed restaurants in the country. According to the owner, Diamond H. Ranch, their far has everything, including the hatchery on-site. The quails at diamond H. Ranch is raising quite more extended than the usual one that makes it healthier. Visit the farm and check their website for more information! 

(830) 796-4540

Dobbin-Kauv Garden Farm

Farm & Ranch in Austin

Dobbin-Kauv Garden farm is also known as Nancy Farm Fancy. As of this writing, this is the only black-owned farm within Austin’s city limits. Ms. Washington is a born and raised Austinite and a descendant of Black Freedman Farmers, whose agricultural traditions have been depended upon since the inception of Austin, Texas. On top of all that, she is a disabled combat veteran and mother of four, Tiffany prides herself on being a food justice warrior! All of her experiences has led her towards this point!

(512) 739-7435

Eden East Farm

Farm & Ranch in Austin

The farm is formerly popular as Springdale Farm. Glenn and Paula Foore owns and operates it. Eden East is currently on its extended life and run by Chef Sonya Coté and David Barrow. The Foores originally owned Springdale Farm having established it in 2009. They have a popular vegetable farm stand that was an East Austin favorite. In 2013, Sonya and David established a restaurant within the farm. After that they brought the concept of farm-to-table to a new level. The Foores eventually sold the farm to a developer in early 2018, and it’s just Sonya and David running the farm now.Throughout the changes that happened, Eden East continues to operate the farm stand and the restaurant. They have continued the Foores’ farm tours, and given its location just 3 miles of downtown Austin, the farm continues to be a popular destination. When questioned on the fate of the farm and restaurant once development starts, the twinkle in David’s eyes hint at exciting months ahead.

(512) 428-6500

F-Stop Farms

Farm & Ranch in Austin

Ryan, the owner of F-Stop Farms, makes the best pickled-veggies and sells the best hot peppers in Texas. At least, that's what his customers tell when asked about F-stop Farms. "Get his pickles; his pickles are great! His veggies are pretty tasty too." Another reviewer commended Ryan's skills when it comes to gardening and cooking. "Extremely fresh veggies, amazing pickles, and great service. Ryan is always accommodating. He is also knowledgeable about growing vegetables in the garden and using them in dishes!"
Someone even said his peppers are the best hot peppers they've ever had in Texas.Ryan sells different varieties of peppers: ghost peppers, Japanese lemon, Anaheim, Thai bird, shishitos, and more. Aside from that, he makes fermented chili recipes. For Asians and Asian food lovers, he makes kimchi and sambal sometimes too!Okras, eggplants, onions, and melons are some of the farm's products that are not spicy.

(512) 800-3930

Farmshare Austin

Farm & Ranch in Cedar Creek

Farmshare Austin is not just a local farm that produces healthy and sustainable food for the community. They want to increase access for healthy produce, educate new farmers, and continuously preserve the land.With this goal, they have created the Farmer Starter program. In the program, they help new aspiring farmers gain knowledge on sustainable methods. Scholarships are also available for this 18-week program.Also, the farm created a program called Farm Land Link, where they connect new farmers to a land that is suitable for agriculture.Best of all, Farmshare Austing offers mobile markets where they bring fresh produce to places unreached by organic food.

(512) 337-2211

Force of Nature MeatsNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Austin

Force of Nature champions the principles and practices of regenerative agriculture while also being able to help in the need for the community to be supplied with ethically produced food. True to its name, Force of Nature utilizes the natural systems that are in place to produce high-quality meats from wild boar, bison, chicken, elk, cattle, venison, and pork. All of their livestock are raised with honor and source their feed from naturally occurring sources around the farm. This ensures that customers can expect flavorful, organic, and nutritious cuts of meat.

Francis & ThatcherNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Manor

At Manor Texas, Francis & Thatcher is happy to offer sustainable and organic fruits, vegetables, flowers, and herbs. The Texan farmers in Francis & Thatcher use about 90% less water than traditional agriculture, and they don’t use pesticides or any harmful agricultural run-off. Their workers always wear gloves every time they seed and harvest crops. Furthermore, the farm is into comprehensive practices to produce high quality and fresh food. The products are available in both wholesale and retail. Check their website if you would like to know more about Francis and Thatcher. You can also contact Blake McAlister at [email protected] for a secure transaction!

(800) 707-7070

Gracy’s MicrogreensNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Pflugerville

Lorraine Person is the person behind Gracy's Microgreens.A few years ago, microgreens were only available to chefs in fancy restaurants. But today, with the help of organic farming, families from different households can now enjoy microgreens.The farm sells different varieties of microgreens for your salad. They also sell arugula, amaranth, borage, black oils sunflower, cilantro, cabbage, kale, curled cress, kohlrabi, and large American flag leek, turnips, green peas, and nasturtiumThe farm also carries different types of mustard: Mizuna red leaf mustard and wasabi mustard. On the other hand, they also sell three kinds of radish: daikon radish, Rambo radish, and China rose radish.A Facebook review says, "Great product and people! Microgreens are always beautiful and fresh. At the same time, Gene and Lorraine are always kind, friendly, and full of good information."

(512) 228-4143

Green Gate Farms

Farm & Ranch in Austin

Green Gate Farms, which is located in Austin, Texas, is a certified organic, regenerative community farm cultivating vegetables, flowers, and herbs. What's great about Green Gate Farms is that they are not just producers and sellers of fresh food. They also offer their beautiful space to people who are looking for a place to hold a wedding, camps and classes, and other events. If you happen to visit, I am sure you will enjoy it here because this is an organic and historic community-based farm where you can just relax, take in the view, and yes, shop for stuff!

(512) 484-2746

Green Thumb FarmingNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Pflugerville

Green Thumb Farming is a suburban micro-farm. Green Thumb Farming practices an environment-friendly approach to farming. This farm is a non-GMO farm. They do not use pesticides here. Green Thumb Farming is located in Pflugerville, Texas. Green Thumb Farming takes time to set up shop in the local farmers market to bring their harvest closer to the consumers. You can easily find them - just look for the stall where there are huge, green leaves and lots of bright, plump red and orange tomatoes, it is probably them!
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