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Ancient Whole GrainNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Temple

Ancient Whole Grain is located in Temple, Texas. This is a group of family farms specializing in growing organic, low-gluten, healthy, ancient grains. Here is something interesting about Ancient Whole Grain. They are dedicated to keeping the strain of the grain pure. So they make sure to grow just one variety on each plot. And to avoid using toxic chemicals, they plant on small plots so that it is easy to control weeds, pests, and diseases. This is their own path to organic farming. This may sound unique or unfamiliar to many, but that is just one more proof of how diverse and creative farming is in Texas. They sell ancient whole wheat seeds (Banatka, Emmer, Black Emmer, Biblical Durum, and Red May) as well as Mixed Botanical seeds. If this is your cup of tea, get in touch with Ancient Whole Grain.They also plan to offer fresh ground wheat in the future so that's an exciting prospect to look forward to! Why is this? Ancient Whole Grains are higher in proteins and almost no gluten to low gluten so it's an excellent choice for those with strict dietary requirements or to anyone that just wants to eat healthier!

(254) 913-2979

Cleaton’s 4E Farms

Farm & Ranch in Kempner

There is something about cultivating a sense of optimism and hope when you start growing things. The owner of Cleaton's 4E Farms relates to this. As a disabled veteran, the owner didn't wallow on his unfortunate circumstance but instead, he focused his energy to cultivate the land. Now, Cleaton's 4E Farms has vegetables, flowers, succulents, fruit trees, and an overall wide expanse of green. It is a feel-good story, the same feeling you get after having your fill of the fresh food you get from this farm. They also just got their Go Texan Membership so you're sure everything they offer is 100% local!

(254) 415-5206

Counter Culture Farms

Farm & Ranch in Nacogdoches

Counter Culture Farms in Nacogdoches, Texas offer you intimacy with the land, food, and healing through their products. In a world where everything comes in a super-fast pace, the farm revels in the fact that they raise their meats in the way that time has almost forgotten. They invite you to come and be part of the sacred ways of this life, the land, and our ancestors. A visit to their farm will show you where your food is coming from, not from a factory, but from nature itself. Send them a note, see the cows moo, the goats bahh, and the eagles soar. There is so much more to life and food than what groceries can offer.

Hope Farms HTX

Farm & Ranch in Houston

The Hope Farms in Houston, Texas, is a 7-acre urban agricultural operation. It was a project of Recipe for Success Foundation organized in 2005. Hope Farms "wants to lessen the number of people in the US who are suffering from health problems". These problems include obesity, heart disease, diabetes, by changing their eating habits. They want to "provide fresh, affordable food and promote a healthy diet to the Americans, especially to the young ones". Please like their Facebook page to keep you updated about Hope Farm's volunteer opportunities. Moreover, they post information about special events and open farm stand days on the account too.

(713) 520-0443

ML Farms

Farm & Ranch in Stamford

Try ML Farms' "keto bread" because it is "delicious" and their "keto cinnamon rolls as well!" You will also like their "apple pie jelly" for your "jelly sandwiches".  You will "definitely will be getting more". You can find them selling their "jams, jellies, pickles, and" their "Keto treats" such as "Keto buns, Keto cinnamon rolls, and Keto Pecan Pies" at "Abilene's Farmer's Market". Check out their social media page too for more updates about their farm. You can also "check the Chrane Ranch Market" because "you can also find all" their "jams, jellies, and pickles there". They also participate "at the Pecan Festival" in "Clyde, Texas".

(325) 721-4479

Tree Folk Farm

Farm & Ranch in Denton

With just an acre of land, the Tree Folk Farm still makes a great deal of healthy food for the Denton Community Market and the Copper Farmers Market. They grow a tasty variety of seasonal fruits, vegetables, and mushrooms. Being small makes it easy for them to perform regenerative agricultural practices to the farm. One of their methods is to use mushroom waste as compost to feed healthy fruits, veggies, and trees. If you want to try their wholesome food, be sure to check them out at the markets mentioned above. They have oyster, king trumpet, shiitake, lions mane, and more. The farm has to over 50 apricot, fig, peach, nectarine, pomegranate, and pear trees. A happy customer says, "Wonderful produce, organic, clean and delicious! Super nice family owned and great employees!"

(919) 495-7813

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