Plum Fabulous Foods remains steadfast in their mission to provide "real, nourishing, organic food for your family." They do it through their dedicated "service, networking and education in organic gardening, family farming and healthy food production." They have earned praises from their buyers with their practices as they "approach farming with the same reverence that our great great great grandparents did with respect for the soil". Their products include different types of bread, tomatoes, jalapeno peppers, basil, Swiss chard, oregano, okra and more! "Amazing organic produce, delicious homemade breads, and wonderful classes! Such a sweet family with a heart for helping others!"
L&M Bertsch Farm offers fresh honey and produce at the LaGrange Farmer's Market. The bright colors of the fresh fruits and vegetables are certainly a feast for the eyes with their tomato, pepper, squash, zucchini, pumpkin, eggplant, watermelon, blackberry, and more! Also available is raw honey that is assuredly unprocessed and unaltered. They then put their own twist to this product by making a Habanero Infused Honey, from the habanero peppers harvested from their garden. Visit their farm and check out their social media page for more updates on them.
"Granny's Garden is so friendly and flexible and are helping" anyone to "achieve" their "healthy eating goals". You will be "really pleased with the quality of Granny's Garden's produce as well as the service". You will also "love the concept and ease of pick-up". They have "delicious veggies and farm fresh eggs" as well as "locally grown, organic veggies in the winter!" You will "also love surprises - and a box of healthy treats is a perfect surprise". "The produce has been wonderful and there's even been seasonal fruit -- peaches! figs! melons! -- in the share!"
Comanche Oaks is one of the first organic growers in Texas that the state has certified, Comanche Oaks continues to provide organic produce today! The history of the farm dates back to 1987 when the farmer, Mr. Caldwell, sat beneath giant oak trees. Back then, his thoughts were only about the name he'll choose for the flourishing garden he is building. Today, happy customers say that they enjoy the herbs and vegetables from the farm. Some of the crowd favorites from the farm are bee pollen, fresh chamomile, Brussel sprouts, tomatoes, and moringa oil. Their customers are also generally happy with the farmers' disposition. Visit them today!
Four generations of the Frerichs family have been milking Jersey cows just outside La Grange for over 65 years. Today, 100 cows are milked twice every day at the farm. They sell Artisanal products like Milk, Eggs, and Cheese. They turned the love for their Jersey cows into something they can share with you. The Frerichs at The Jersey Barnyard are some of the best people you will find around La Grange. Their passion for the American farm and all that it stands for are obvious. They are super hard working and love to share their love for the farm life and farm fresh products with people from all walks of life. You can book a tour at the farm and interact with guinea hens, chickens, ducks, turkeys, piglets, lambs and of course, milk cows!
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.
Stryk Jersey Farm is a family-run dairy farm located among the rolling hills and live oak trees on the outskirts of Schulenburg, Texas. That's where some of the freshest milk is produced and the best cheese in the world is packaged. The milk they sell is fresh from the pasture-raised, grass-fed Jersey cows, without any homogenization or pasteurization. This allows you to enjoy the true flavor and health benefits of real milk. It is bottled to ensure the freshest product. Their cheese products are made from pasteurized milk, hand cut into blocks or shapes and individually waxed in assorted colors. These make wonderful gifts and are ideal for Texas product baskets.
In the stunning hills of Fayette County, sits the Yonder Way Farm. In just a few miles, there goes a farm offering 100% grass-finished beef and pastured pork, eggs, and other poultry animals. The farm's fully irrigated pastures guarantee greener grass whole-year-round. Their pork and chicken are 100% USDA Certified organic.Jason and Lynsey Kramer manage and own the Yonder Way Farm. It all started in 2006 when the family moved to the country after extensive research on how to live a simpler life. Currently, they ship to Brenham, Houston, Austin, College Station, and San Antonio. A happy customer said, "Looking forward to getting our meat from here for a long time. Just the right amount of fat and reasonably priced."
In 2005, Sean and Lisa Frackowiak established Flying Pony Farm just outside Smithville, Texas. Since Lisa is a passionate advocate for sustainable and humane farming, she raises their pigs humanely in large grassy paddocks. Flying Pony Farm is home to a breeding herd of Gloucestershire Old Spot Hogs. Furthermore, more animals such as rescued cats, dogs, horses, donkeys, and a Jersey milk cow live on the farm.Besides the vast range of various pork cuts, they also are famous for their homemade jams and jellies, and fresh turkey that are seasonally available. Customers can pre-order these products on a first-come, first-served basis.Undoubtedly, customers are looking forward to purchasing more of their products in the future.
Chris Nagelhout and his father Bob Nagelhout owns Crisp Farms which is an innovative, technology-driven farm located in Central Texas. They are passionate about providing clean, organic, and local produce while championing accessibility and affordability for all Texans. You can also avail their "beautiful Organic Green Butter Lettuce" which are available "at ALL Central Market locations statewide". Also, their products are "available at both Wheatsville Coop locations". Furthermore, "Wheatsville is one of Austin’s epicenters for healthy living and organic produce and it’s an honor to be on their shelves!"
With a goal of raising animals with love, dignity, respect, kindness, and care, the Mockingbird Farm was born. The owners of Mockingbird Farms believed that a happy animal leads to healthier meat. According to the owners, they name, pet, and hug their animals to give them the best treatment, love, and respect.Kristie and Nolan help each other in running the small farm. They raise heritage pork as they have been around long before industrial agriculture. On the other hand, they grow the Murray Grey cattle breed as well. Finally, their famous chicken meat and eggs are from several heritage breeds like Delawares, Buff Orpingtons, Black Australorps, and Barred Plymouth Rock.All of their animals are allowed to forage on spacious pasture land all their life and are supplemented with non-GMO, non-soy, gluten-free feed.
Mockingbird Farm, which is located in Paige, Texas, is a small farm that sells pastured meat (pork, chicken, and beef). If you want quality pastured pork and beef but you are unable to visit the farm, don't worry. Mockingbird Farm delivers to different locations in Texas, like Austin, Bastrop, Elgin, New Braunfels, Georgetown, San Marcos, Round Rock, Cedar Park, and Dripping Springs. They have different cuts of beef (for stewing, for stir-fry, and ground beef) and pork (belly, bone-in chops, ham hocks, ham roast, and ground pork). They also have pan sausage and sausage links.
Sunny Farms of Cistern Texas is a small, family-run vendor for the La Grange Farmer's Market. "Everything from fresh luffas to orange watermelons, homemade orange blueberry pound cake to banana melons". Owned by Caroline McKewan Rhodes. Also, seasonal produce such as Tomatoes, Peppers, Potatoes (white ones and dark purple), and Strawberries are available. And, also Squash, Beans, Edamame, Blueberries and blackberries are blooming too. They also have peach and apple trees on the farm.
Ronald and his son Jordan Beeman founded the HeartBrand Beef in 2006. However, the two had been in the ranching and beef sales field since 1998. Because of this, they have gained a lot of knowledge about different breeds of cattle. This tremendous amount of exposure allowed them to see the benefits of Akaushi cattle to people's health.The two are working hard to preserve the pure and rare Araushi bloodline. Today, they have the largest herd of the cow in the USA at 14000 heads.If you want a taste of this delicately delicious piece of beef, head to their website now and order a bunch of cuts. You will never regret the day you try them!
Blue Donkey Farm is a beautiful farm in the Southern part of Bastrop County! While the farm has the word donkey on its name, the farm does not raise donkey. Instead, the farm produces pork, eggs, and vegetables. Their best product is pork meat. While no cut is disappointing, some of their customers particularly love the shoulder meat and bacon. Their pork will be perfect for curing and smoking. It is undoubtedly delicious!If you want to purchase from them at the farm, be sure to call them in advance before visiting. You need to check for availability to ensure that your visit and petrol does not go to waste. Alternatively, you can visit them at Bastrop Farmers Market!
Dustin's farm is in Weimer, Texas. This farm is owned by Dustin Hoeinghaus. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Agriculture, Agriculture Operations, and Related Sciences at Texas A&M University. Farmers’ Market regulars know that Dustin’s free-range eggs from the Post Oak Savannah pastures of Weimar, Texas arrive super-fresh and super delicious. Get your own dozen of local, pastured, drug-free, sustainably-raised eggs. Also, "Dustin drives over 2 hrs each week (one way) to bring you free range eggs". So, "if you have not tried any of Dustin's Eggs you are in for a treat!"
The Ole Dad Farm in Weimar, Texas, produces vegetables, fruits, and herbs. Some of their crops are pumpkins, gourds, green and yellow beans, all bell, hot peppers, and some tomatoes. During late fall to early winter, they have spinach, various lettuces, radishes, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, beets, carrots, sweet potatoes, leeks, and green onions. And during late spring to summer, they have some green vegetables and yellow beans, squashes, tomatoes, bell and hot peppers, cucumbers, and many more! Most of their fruits are available during early spring except pears that are available during summer and oranges during early winter.Ole Dad Farm offers a range of brown and green eggs, and they have available fresh processed chicken and turkeys. Their pigs are fed with a natural diet if grains. The farm is open every day, but please call them before coming to reserve a scheduled time for you! Come and visit!
The Fruitful Hill Farm is best known for its eggs. They raise their egg-laying hens on their chemical-free pasture. As a result, people are always happy after getting eggs from them.A Facebook review says, "I bought their eggs at the Farmers Market in East Austin, and they were amazingly delicious!! I will be going back for more."On the other hand, someone also said that the farm's eggs are bigger, cheaper, and better tasting than the other local pastured-eggs available to them in Austin.The farm also raises goats. Using their goats' milk, they are able to make soap that is loved by many.
The farmers of Peach Creek farm established it in 2002 intending to provide the highest-quality meat through sustainable agriculture.They raise Berkshire hogs, Scottish Highland cattle, and a polled Hereford cattle. They also have some ducks, chickens, and Guinea fowls. All of their animals are pasture-raised and pasture-finished. They specially feed they cattle with milk. But they never feed them other animal protein to remove risks of mad cow disease.They sell pork, beef, produce, and Pysanky eggs from their duck eggs.You can find them at Austin Farmer's Market and Bastrop Producers Market on Saturdays. Their farm is 18 miles south of Bastrop if you want to visit.
The Waterson Ranch has been raising sustainable beef since the '50s, the 1850's. Yes, they have been in the ranching business for almost 200 years! They raise cattle with no growth hormones and antibiotics. Their herd graze and freely roam their ranch and are never penned up in a feedlot. While it takes twice as long to produce grass-fed beef, they're much, much healthier than their industrial counterparts. In their own words, "Great tasting certified grass fed natural beef from a local, sustainable and proud Texas ranch, previously available only to our kin."