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Local Farms Ranches in Texas

Discover local Farms Ranches in Texas. You can’t find any place better to get fresh produce and meats. You know what they say, nothing beats going straight to the source. A visit to your local farm or ranch can be an educational trip as well. By taking your family down, you can learn more about where and how your food is produced and make a real connection with the people producing them.

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Wildwood Farm

Brady, Texas

About 1.5 Miles North from Highway 87 on Lohn Highway in Brady, you can find Wildwood Farm. Wildwood Farm is a plant nursery and gardens specializing in all-natural pomegranates, Almond Verbena, Provence lavender, Sea Green Junipers, blackberries, and garlic. Also, farm-fresh free-range eggs are available year-round. Other than that, they have Mesquite bean meal, dried and fresh prickly […]

Willmon Farm

Splendora, Texas

In the north of Houston, Willmon Farm offers not only “fresh vegetables and fruits” but also homemade salsas, pickles, and sauces. They began selling locally-grown tomatoes, but now they have expanded. Furthermore, some of their items are “cucumbers, zucchini, sweet corn (white & yellow), okra, purple hull peas, lady cream peas, and fresh shelled pinto […]

Windmill Crest Farms

Seguin, Texas

In several miles northeast of San Antonio, Texas, Windmill Crest Farms is a small farm with about 50 animals on their 38-acre land “raising alpacas for their beautiful fiber”. Also, they “provide all services, including sales, breeding, adjusting, products, and education”. Hence, they can help you with anything about alpacas! At their farm, you can […]

Windy Bar Ranch

Palmer, Texas

Windy Bar Ranch in Stonewall, Texas has been raising Angus cattle in the Texas Hill Country since the purchase of their first twenty heifers in 1983. Until now, they have been continuously focusing on the traits that made the Angus breed famous: maternal traits, calving ease and carcass traits. “Stock up on your favorite grilling […]

Windy Hill Organics

Boerne, Texas

The Windy Hill Organics in Boerne, Texas, is a “sustainable farm” that produces the best products. Their mission is to “make goat meat a standard food across Texas”. Ty Wolosin is the founder of Windy Hill Organics. He developed a sustainable and healthy vegetable, fruit, meat, and egg production on their “100-acre farm”. The farm […]

Windy Hill Vegetable and Chicken Ranch

Sunset, Texas

The Windy Hill Vegetable and Chicken Ranch is a comfortable living space for free-range Barred Plymouth Rock chicken and Leghorn mix chicken. It lies in a 50-acre land with over ten acres dedicated to gardening. Moreover, the plants have enough room to grow, and chickens have ample space to roam. Furthermore, the farm grows cherry […]

Windy Meadow Family Farm

Campbell, Texas

With an aspiration to bring the best tasting chicken into the community, the Windy Meadow Family Farm does its best to practice regenerative agriculture. The Hale Family aggressively grazes their chicken by relocating them daily. With a balanced feed, fresh grass, and water, they provide the best combination of vitamins and minerals to improve each […]

Windy Meadows Family Farm

Campbell, Texas

Windy Meadows Family Farm is located about an hour northeast of Dallas in Hunt County. The Mike Hale Family raises and processes pastured chicken for health-conscious families and discriminating Dallas-area restaurants. They have an on-site state-inspected poultry processing facility and can custom process home grown pastured broilers for home freezers. Call them to receive an […]

Windy Oaks Grassfed

Mabank, Texas

Windy Oaks Grassfed has been running since 1839 by a six-generation family of farmers at Mabank, Texas. Unlike any other farm, Windy Oaks Grassfed’s ultimate quest is to heal the land, the people, and the animals. They “do not use herbicides, pesticides, fungicides, or synthetic fertilizers on their pastures”. This farm “offers 100% grass-fed, grass-finished Angus beef, […]

Winona Orchards

Winona, Texas

Winona Orchards have over two thousand peach, blueberry, and blackberry trees in the stunning rolling hills of Winona. John and Anita Sattler bought the land in 2007 when John had retired from the healthcare industry. After planting their first set of trees, it took four years before their first harvest. Their first commercial peach reached […]

Winter Family Farm

San Antonio, Texas

Winter Family Farm has a main garden containing a variety of lettuces, kale, cucumbers, spinach, broccoli, squash, beets, carrots, and onions. You can also find here some Swiss chard, cabbage, herbs, bitter melon, yucca, and garlic plants. Plus, sugar snap peas grow along the fence line. And there are 130 citrus trees such as satsuma, […]

Winters Family Beef

Brady, Texas

Amy Greer is a 6th generation farmer at Winters Family Beef. She and her husband George decided to move to the farm in 2018. After that, they took a different route than what the farm always did. First, they started raising Wagyu and Angus beef at the ranch and gave them the utmost care they […]

Wise Family Farm

Bryan, Texas

Helen and Harvey Wise manage and own the Wise Family Farm. A commenter said, “Best eggs & chickens in Brazos County. And the nicest farmers!” Offering freshly-hatched eggs from a farm that’s only seven miles down the road, the provide eggs at a lesser distance. They’ve been providing fresh food for over eight years through […]

Wise Woman Ways Farm

Fredericksburg, Texas

In Fredericksburg, Wise Woman Ways Farm is a small teaching farm offering cheese, goat cheese, and baked goods. You can also buy fiber such as wool from them. It all started when the owner, Darlene, could not find the quality cheese she liked. What’s different about them is that they not only sell but also focus on producing family […]

Wolf Creek Farm

Tioga, Texas

Wolf Creek Farm has provided certified-organic food for over 20 years. While they have already dropped their certification, the farm continues to produce products that are beyond organic. Since its foundation in 1988, Tim and Mel McCulloughs have always provided safe and nutritious food for the community. All of these take nature into consideration. Their […]

Wolf Creek Farm

Lubbock, Texas

Wolf Creek Farms is a Non-GMO, chemical free grower of produce and herbs. They have “wonderful products and great people!!” Their salad greens & kale as well as beets are “wonderful!” They also sell cookies that are “absolutely heavenly” and the Lavender Lemonade is also “so refreshing”. It will make you “feel calm and relaxed”. And, […]

Wolfsong Farm

Forney, Texas

John Wolfsong and Cyndi Vazquez manage and own the Wolfsong Farm. They opened the farm on March 21, 1987. When John is not planting veggies on the farm, you’ll find him making the best tea around. People love his Hammocktime Garden Swag tea. It is a combination of lemongrass, spearmint, tulsi basil, lemon bergamot, passionflower, […]

Wood Duck Farm

Cleveland, Texas

The Wood Duck farm in “Cleveland, Texas, is a small family farm”. Moreover, they have a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA). Their primary purpose as a CSA is to maintain high-quality food for the community. For them, to be a great CSA is to make the best and trusted local farm in the area. The Wood […]

Wood’s Acres

Agua Dulce, Texas

Wood’s Acres grows everything from non-GMO seed. You will find that they have “absolutely the best New Mexico chiles” you will ever have. They grow varieties of vegetables that others do not. Experimenting with Native American growing techniques that result in “fantastic” tasting vegetables. Their “Chimayo chili powder” is also “fabulous”. It will make “a […]

World Hunger Relief

Waco, Texas

World Hunger Relief is a Christian organization aspiring to alleviate food insecurity and malnutrition in the community through sustainable agriculture. Aside from becoming a hub for aspiring farmers, the farm encourages empathy and compassion to those in need. The farm offers internships and live-in volunteering opportunities. At the farm, everybody learns about pest management, weather, […]

World Star Farm

Princeton, Texas

At a 5-acre land in Culleoka (Princeton), World Star Farm is a small first-generation family ranch. They offer fresh chicken and duck eggs, vegetables, and fresh-cut flowers. On their property, they guarantee it is free of pesticides. Also, they are raising heritage breed Narragansett turkeys, ducks, geese & chickens. Therefore, you can ensure that all of […]

Wrens Garden

Bandera, Texas

Established in 2011, the owner of Wrens Garden began experimenting with various crops after moving from the Pacific Northwest to the Texas Hill Country. Focusing on growing specialty produce with natural healing benefits, including Moringa, Bittermelon, Asian Vegetables, Turmeric, Lemongrass, Ginger, and many more. The owner, “Eileen is a delight to engage with”. Also, “she […]

Wylderose Farm

Alice, Texas

Wylderose Farm is a garden and orchard built on the principles of organic gardening. The owner was a former speech therapist. Their property started with a barn, a well, and a pole barn. From small beginnings, it became fruitful. Their fruit orchard includes peach, crabapple, plum, and fig trees. Their fruit garden has blackberries, raspberries, […]

Xander Farm

Cumby, Texas

Xander Farm farm is owned by a “nice family doing a good job of maintaining a meat producing farm”. Their sheep are 100% grass-fed. The rest of the animals are fed using their own mixed feed using their own recipes that use NO corn and NO soy. Using only all non-GMO grains. Then they ferment […]

Yahweh’s All Natural Farm and Garden

Harlingen, Texas

Saul and Diana Padilla are the hard-working farmers behind Yahwe’s All Natural Garden. The farm became certified organic in 2014, but they have been practicing organic farming since 2004. They currently sell various varieties of subtropical fruits, vegetables, flowers, herbs, and meat. Aside from nutritious produce, the farm is open for tours for groups. They […]