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Local Family Farms & Ranches near Cross Plains, TX (4)


Childress Agricultural Enterprises

Farm & Ranch in Cross Plains - 5.45 mi

Visiting Childress Agricultural Enterprises will be a "super friendly old fashioned fruit picking experience". You will surely "love it" and "will definitely be back". There are "even a few farm animals to see". Their "products are great and this family is amazing". "They are so sweet and treat you just like family when you go to the farm". "The peaches were the best I've ever had!" is what you can say about their peaches. They also have their most important product, the pecans, which comes in both native and paper shell varieties. They sell this directly to consumers and wholesalers either in-shell, cracked or shelled variety. You can also have pick-your-own freestone peaches, blackberries, sweet corn and black-eyed peas. A small herd of purebred Red Brangus cattle are also found and they also sell coastal and Tifton 85 Bermuda hay.

Files Family Farm

Farm & Ranch in Carbon - 18.51 mi

Since the early 1960's the Files Family Farm, also known as a "heritage farming in Carbon, Texas", is providing quality food such as milk cows, cattle, chickens, and even peaches. They "sell grass-fed beef and naturally grown peaches". Also, you can buy their peaches at the Abilene Farmer's Market during peach season. The farm makes sure that they are doing their best to provide clean and quality food to the consumers. For more information, "you can call David and Nichola Files at (254) 307-2521". Try the grass-fed beef and naturally grown peaches in Files Family Farm, so you will know why they are in the industry for more than four decades now.

Rockin S Beefalo

Farm & Ranch in Santa Anna - 20.97 mi

The Bryant Brothers acquired the land where Rockin S Beefalo currently thrives. Initially, this land served as a retreat, but they had grander plans in mind. They were determined to rejuvenate the land's former beauty, which had been depleted by previous farming practices. This undertaking was far from simple. The land had suffered from a ten-year drought, and even when rainfall finally returned to their region, it took an additional two years before they could introduce livestock. In 2012, they embarked on raising cattle and Beefalo, which naturally helped maintain the farm. It took another four years for seeds to finally flourish in their soil. In 2016, they achieved a significant milestone by processing and harvesting their first batch of beef. Their years of dedicated effort had unquestionably borne fruit.

Denton Valley Farm

Farm & Ranch in Clyde - 24.39 mi

Denton Valley Farms started in 2017. The farm offers eight kinds of grapes, thorned and thornless blueberries, apricots, peach,  figs, plums, and pomegranates. They are also growing several types of seasonal crops. Some are cantaloupes, cucumbers, peppers, squash, tomatoes, okra, and peas. On the other hand, they are growing cattle, Dorper sheep, Spanish goats, and Boer goats. Recently, they have opened the farm for weddings and events. It is perfect! It can accommodate up to 400+ guests. Furthermore, the farm offers different beautiful sceneries for events: grassland, vineyard, orchard, and more. The farm is just twenty minutes southeasts of Abilene. Check their website to know more!

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