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Andalucian Ranch

Farm & Ranch in Bellville

The Andalucian Ranch is a family-owned business. The ranch produces farm-fresh, homegrown vegetables and fruits which they sell to the community, like vegetables and eggs. This ranch hopes to promote a healthy and sustainable partnership between local farmers and local consumers. They have an online presence - a Facebook account and an e-commerce website where you can buy different products. They sell cucumbers, goose eggs, and even potted young olive trees. The Andalucian Ranch is located in Bellville, Texas.

(713) 305-4861

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.

Groundswell Farm

Farm & Ranch in Cuero

Groundswell Farm is located on a historic property in Cuero. Steven and Cathy Koenig own this farm. Cathy is a retired biologist with more than 30 years of experience in handling vegetable garden and fruit orchard. Steven is a veterinarian who loves to "pastures his lambs, cattle, and goats in a management-intensive rotational grazing operation".  He also "intensively grazes the livestock, then moves them to a new paddock and lets the area rest".  Also, "the animals enjoy a rich diet of grass and forage while the landscape flowers and grows lusher". And, "this rich diet has led to a wonderful increase in lambs". They raise chickens, turkeys, sheep, goats, cattle and livestock guardian dogs – along with two vegetable gardens, a fruit orchard and native-pollinator garden. They also practice Holistic Management, a system of management and decision-making designed to work with natural cycles to heal the land and to actively work towards our vision of the best possible future. You can visit their farm and inquire about their products. You can "enjoy this good food and know that it is grown with love by wonderful people!"

(361) 648-5804

Henneke Farms

Farm & Ranch in Cuero

Gary Henneke who owns this farm offers pasture-raised beef and pork, eggs, produce, cornmeal, corn flour, flaxseed meal, grits, jellies, herbs, produce, crafts. This 250-acre farm is located near Arneckeville in Cuero, Texas. In the early 2000s, they also implemented some holistic management practices because of its benefits. They also began introducing multiple species for enhancing the soil for the benefit of their cattle and other livestock. Bees also help in pollinating the vegetables in their garden. One of their loyal customers "really object to the way commercial chicken is raised". She was so glad that "he had pasture-raised chicken". She "thought it was the perfect solution". "People don't realize how much effort it really takes to produce a good food product, whether it's meat, vegetables, fruit," she said. "It's important to support small farmers. Even if they aren't organic, buy local."

(361) 275-3059

Hickory Lake Beef

Farm & Ranch in La Vernia

Hickory Lake Beef was founded in 2012. In 2008, Jim Rackley had a quintuple bypass. His doctor advised him to quit beef. From that moment, he started studying why he cannot eat beef. It was at that moment when he discovered the benefits of grass-fed meat.In 2012, he finally decided to retire from coaching and teaching. Jim, along with his wife Tracey, established the ranch.With some knowledge in farming from his childhood, Jim started checking for the best cattle he can grow.  The farm now raises Devon and Devon/Angus cross for their tasted and tender meat.The couple stuck to holistic practices in raising cattle: no hormones, steroids, pesticides, antibiotics, nor grain.

(210) 659-5307

Koen Family Farm and Ranch

Farm & Ranch in Laredo

Koen Family Farm and Ranch opened on September 9, 1891. Claiborne Hobbs Koen and his wife, Prudence Angelina Dunlap Koen, were the original owners of it. With over a century of experience in farming, they produce one of the best meat in Texas. The farm offers high-quality pastured lamb, beef, eggs, and pork. The farm also produces seasonal organic produce. They continue to use holistic approaches that exist on the farm for over a hundred years. Happy customers say that the farm provides high-quality meat all the time.  Therefore, people highly-recommend their products. Check them out at Dripping Springs Farmers Market today! 

(281) 799-2734

Profound Foods

Store in Allen

Profound Foods delivers the absolute best North Texas Grown artisan produce, meats, and dairy to culinary-driven restaurants. Profound Foods was founded by two farmers in 2018 who came together to help each other and other local farmers with logistics and deliveries direct to Chefs and restaurants. They make it easy for consumers to purchase directly from local farms with an online shopping order and a single-invoice system that gathers all of their orders and ships them all together. 

(214) 808-5118

Pure Pastures

Farm & Ranch in Canyon Lake

Formerly known as Eazy E Farms, Pure Pastures is a family-owned ranch in Canyon Lake, Texas. They use animals to regenerate the entire Texas Hill Country, providing the community with delicious meat and animal products. From "pastured pork," grass-fed beef and lamb, to deers and fowls, they've got it all for you. And, speaking of meats, they've got the "best pork chops and lamb" in Texas so make sure you don't miss these ones! They also have pasture-raised pork fat that can easily take your culinary specialties to a whole nother level! Now, you can make "juicy and delicious" products like "sausages" without the guilt feeling! Serve that with their free-range eggs and you'll have a meal that's loaded with nutrients. Not to mention that the taste is totally worth it too! This ranch believes that "if we slow down, listen, and work with Mother Nature, amazing things can happen." Their love for land and nature fuels their passion to practice regenerative agriculture, having their animals live on rich soil in grassy pastures – just like how it's supposed to be. As a result, they provide the most sustainable, flavorful, and highest quality products. Catch them at the Pearl Farmers Market and New Braunfels Farmers Market or have your goodies delivered to your door.

(210) 393-7635

Reverse Pioneers

Farm & Ranch in Blanco

Reverse Pioneers is owned by people describing themselves primarily as “permaculturists and holistic management practitioners”. Their main goal is to reverse the damage on their dry and brittle temperate grassland while providing for human needs. They studied permaculture design in Thailand and have been implementing those practices on their 12 acres, and it shows. Both of them hope to incorporate art, culture, education, and entertainment into the farm to reconnect people to their natural landscapes. It’s these sort of reverse trends they’re after that give them their name. Some of their products include different types of microgreens, pea shoots and quail eggs.  You may email them or contact them via phone to know more about their farm produce.CSA Boxes available through Central Texas Farmers Coop.

(318) 347-6725

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

Warren Ranch

Farm & Ranch in Hockley

Sitting in the beautiful Northwest Harris County countryside is the historic Warren Ranch. With 6500 acres of land, its beauty houses a diverse population of wildlife. Due to its huge size, it offers various types of activities to do. It allows the farmers to hunt, produce cattle, conserve, and host educational events. The farm also features over 4 miles of restored stream. The farmers at the ranch try to stick to their heritage while incorporating modern but holistic ranching methods. Though their sustainable processes, they produce grass-finished beef the way nature intended. Visit them today to know more about what they can offer!

(281) 536-0696

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