While not exactly a farm or ranch themselves, the Farm to Kitchen collective gives access to consumers to farms and vice versa. They have partnered with local farms like Lone Star Mushrooms, Peas Farms, Three Sister Farms and other small farms to make exceptional local produce available and more accessible to the public. They currently serve four locations in Cypress, Tomball, Norchester and Fairfield, with plans of expanding in the future. Unlike the traditional CSA format where you only get what's available at a single growing location, the Farm to Kitchen Collective gathers whatever's fresh from multiple farms to give you a wide variety of produce with every single box!
Wagyuru sells consistently outstanding Wagyu beef raised by a small group of cooperating Wagyu ranches in Texas. They have customers who already "bought several times from Wagyuru and have been exceptionally happy with the outcome". Also, their "ribeyes, flank, whichever, always comes out incredible!" They also have the "best quality beef. even lesser cuts eat like the prime cuts". You can also proceed to their online store or the markets they joined to personally grab their products. You will be able to "taste the full-blood Wagyu fat difference".
Formed in 2001, Central City Co-Op is Houston's local, sustainable marketplace and oldest existing organic Co-Op founded by “Jennifer Georgantas and Patricia Greer.” For nearly 20 years, they have supported sustainable agriculture by providing “farm fresh, local, organic produce and nationally certified organic produce” to their members at affordable prices. Each Wednesday, they have pre-ordered fresh fruits and vegetables available for members to pick up. Purchases can be made online after becoming a member and they also have a small open market in Houston that features a selection of sustainably produced farm-fresh produce, free range eggs, local dairy, local meat, bread, and other locally produced delicacies.