Review of Indian Hills Farm by TexasRealFood
While the farm came to fruition in 1984, its owners have been practicing organic farming since the 1970s. For this reason, Indian Hills farm has always been organic since its inception. In 2001, they finally became a certified organic farm.Currently, the farm sells a wide variety of fruits and vegetables. They have fruits like figs, pears, lemons, and persimmons. They also grow lettuces, eggplants, zucchinis, Asian cucumbers, and heirloom tomatoes. Their tomato varieties are a real hit! Their Brandywine, Cherokee Purple, Caspian Pink, and Mortgage Lifter are incredibly flavorful.They also raise cattle like purebred Angus and Devon/Angus cross. They have a closed herd so you can be sure all of their beef is from the farm and not bought from somewhere else.