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Vital Farms

Farm & Ranch in Austin - 3.37 mi

A great source of delectable butter and eggs from pastured cows and chicken, Vital farms has been bringing ethically-produced food from farm to table since 2007. They go beyond free-range and cage-free chicken as they allow their chickens to live in pastures for their whole lives. They regularly rotate the chickens on different areas in the field to keep the grass supply fresh and clean. The farm is Certified Humane and Certified B-Corporation. Happy customers are willing to pay the price for such a quality product! "Pay a little bit more; Yes, but the eggs are delicious. Try to d  a side by side taste test yourself at home, you’ll see."

Hartley Ranch

Farm & Ranch in Austin - 3.99 mi

Embracing a legacy, the Hartley Ranch, now in its sixth generation, upholds the tradition of providing top-quality beef. With over a century of experience, their expertise in raising exemplary Texas cattle shines, further elevated by introducing American Angus beef. Savor the unmatched taste, delicate marbling, tenderness, and rich flavor that their customers crave. Explore their premium Berkshire pork offerings as well.

Austin Honey Company

Farm & Ranch in Austin - 4.46 mi

Meet Raul Vergara, owner of Austin Honey Company, who discovered his passion for beekeeping later in life. Under the guidance of a mentor and friend, he honed his beekeeping skills, eventually opening the farm with Mark in 2012. Their farm now boasts six apiaries, producing raw, unheated, and unfiltered honey straight from the combs to your jars. Raul and Mark are enthusiastic about sharing their knowledge and love for the community. If you're within a 30-mile radius of downtown Austin, you can learn chemical-free beekeeping from them. Explore their honey bears, creamed honey, pure beeswax candles, and lip balms. Join us in experiencing the sweetness of Austin Honey Company's offerings today!

Jmark FarmsNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Plano - 5.06 mi

The Jmark Farms in Austin, Texas, is a family-owned that operates to bring the best food in the table. The farm provides high quality and organic food for the local community. They supply fresh vegetables, fruits, herbs in restaurants, and local markets. Also, they have eggs, bread, jams, pretzel roll, and many more! They firmly believe that success is the result of a strong foundation of God, family, and community. Just like Jeremiah 17:7-8 says in the bible, “But blessed is the one who trusts in the Lord, whose confidence is in him. They will be like a tree planted by the water that sends out its roots by the stream. It does not fear when heat comes; its leaves are always green. It has no worries in a year of drought and never fails to bear fruits.” Their farm indeed is very successful! One of their clients says, “The Cantaloupe bread in Jmark Farms is amazing & tastes great! I will come back again for more!!” Check their website and visit them!

Copper Creek RanchNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Orange - 5.06 mi

Copper Creek Ranch opened in 2010. Since their inception, they have produced grass-fed beef and made the Llano community happy. While the farm is small, its cows offer lots of excellent characteristics and qualities. They have registered Texas Longhorn cattle that offer superior musculature and great size. Their cows also feature a unique coloration that is perfect for shows. Speaking of shows, their cows also have a show-quality conformation. Not to mention, the horns are stunning. Most importantly and perhaps the most crucial quality of all, their cows have a calm disposition. If you are looking for show calves or wanting some grass-fed beef, you came to the right place!

Goldenwood MushroomsNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Austin - 5.06 mi

Goldenwood Mushrooms opened in May 2018, intending to grow gourmet and specialty mushrooms and microgreens. They wanted to offer their food to the public, restaurants, groceries, and catering services. To start, the farm cultivates their mushrooms in rooms that they specifically made to produce high-quality shrooms solely. They can control the climate in each room to encourage fruiting. In addition to that, they also grow microgreens that thrive in soil. They use coffee grounds and mushroom production by-products to cultivate their microgreen soil. As a result, they can produce nutritious greens while being sustainable. Find them at Jolt Coffee and Beverage or visit their farm in Driftwood, off FM1826.

Margaret’s FarmNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Austin - 5.06 mi

Margaret's Farm is owned and operated by Margaret Taylor. Margaret grows maize (corn), a variety of greens, herbs, and black-eyed peas. She also raises goats, chickens, guinea fowl, and ducks. Also, one of Margaret’s favorite meals is a flavorful Kenyan stew with greens like swiss chard or collard greens, tomatoes, and chunks of goat meat. Ugali, a dish of maize flour (cornmeal) cooked with water to a porridge- or dough-like consistency, typically accompanies the stew. You can find Margaret most Tuesdays at the SFC Farmers’ Market East. Be sure to stop by and pick up some of her greens and delicious chicken eggs!

Force of Nature MeatsNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Austin - 5.06 mi

Force of Nature champions the principles and practices of regenerative agriculture while also being able to help in the need for the community to be supplied with ethically produced food. True to its name, Force of Nature utilizes the natural systems that are in place to produce high-quality meats from wild boar, bison, chicken, elk, cattle, venison, and pork. All of their livestock are raised with honor and source their feed from naturally occurring sources around the farm. This ensures that customers can expect flavorful, organic, and nutritious cuts of meat.

Agua Dulce Farm

Farm & Ranch in Austin - 5.09 mi

At 5015 Maufrais Lane, Agua Dulce Farm is a certified-organic urban farm that nestles in the heart of southeast Austin. Moreover, they are looking forward to having two new team members in their team. They need a farm manager and an aquaponics technician. In 2011, the owner Jack Waite was successful in founding a grassland that produces and shares high-quality food. His passion for farming is evident throughout his childhood because of his experience in dealing with homegrown food. Although he admits it was never his intention to become a farmer, growing up with a vast garden was memorable and a huge influence.

Bee Friendly Austin

Farm & Ranch in Austin - 6.48 mi

Discover Bee Friendly Austin, a certified naturally-grown apiary conveniently located off 290 West, between Austin and Dripping Springs. This charming bee yard, owned and operated by passionate beekeepers Tanya and Chuck Phillips, is a haven for live bees and a wealth of apicultural knowledge. Delight in their exceptional honey, and explore a wide array of offerings, including bee nucs, beehive boxes, equipment, beeswax, and an assortment of apothecary items like natural raw honey, wax, pollen, handmade soaps, lip balm, and lotion bars. At Bee Friendly Austin, you can also participate in informative classes and consultations aimed at improving your beekeeping skills or assisting with AG Exemptions. To ensure availability, please call ahead to schedule your visit. As you make your way to the apiary, exercise caution, as bees and vigilant dogs are present on the premises.

Eden East Farm

Farm & Ranch in Austin - 7.15 mi

The farm, formerly known as Springdale Farm, is currently owned and operated by Glenn and Paula Foore. However, Eden East, the restaurant situated on the farm, is now under the management of Chef Sonya Coté and David Barrow. Originally established by the Foores in 2009, Springdale Farm boasted a beloved vegetable stand that was a favorite among East Austin locals. In 2013, Sonya and David introduced a restaurant on the farm, taking the farm-to-table concept to new heights. In early 2018, the Foores decided to sell the farm to a developer, leaving Sonya and David as the sole proprietors. Despite these changes, Eden East has maintained its farm stand and restaurant operations. They have also continued the popular farm tours initiated by the Foores. Located a mere 3 miles from downtown Austin, the farm remains a highly sought-after destination. When asked about the farm and restaurant's future in light of the upcoming development, David's eyes gleam with anticipation, suggesting exciting times ahead.

Boggy Creek Farm

Farm & Ranch in Austin - 7.15 mi

Discover Boggy Creek Farm, a historic working farm in Austin, Texas. Owned by Carol Ann Sayle and late husband Larry Butler, the farm offers a unique glimpse into mid-19th century Austin. Experience their own harvested produce and goods from local farmers. Check their website for seasonal availability and a wide range of products. Enjoy vacation rentals and tours while adhering to their safety policies.

Hausbar Farms

Farm & Ranch in Addison - 7.33 mi

The Hausbar Farms in Austin, Texas, is a sustainable urban farm since 2009. The farmhouse is a 5-star Green home. They have 30,000 gallons of rainwater, and they have the organic vegetable garden that they are using for their plants. They are selling vegetables and raising their meat and eggs. Aside from that, the farm has also chickens, donkeys, ducks, geese, rabbits, and pet birds that you will see when you visit the farm. Furthermore, the farm is offering rental space for vacation, day camps, and workshops. A happy client says, “The Hausbar Farms is a wonderful place to stay! Everything is perfect! Also, the guests are free to roam the farm and visit with the ducks, roosters, rabbits, and donkeys.” To know more about Hausbar Farms, you can check their website and contact them. Have a pleasurable and relaxing weekend in the farmhouse!

Dear Run Longhorns

Farm & Ranch in Buda - 7.34 mi

Meet Douglas and Cynthia Dear, proud owners of Dear Run Longhorns, passionate about breeding premium registered longhorns. They consider their longhorns part of the family, a therapeutic escape from daily stress. The Dears prioritize responsible land stewardship and humane longhorn care. Their longhorns are raised naturally, without antibiotics or steroids. Visit their various ranch locations by appointment. Reach out at (512) 848-9797 for inquiries. Experience natural, premium longhorn beef with Dear Run Longhorns.

Lost Pines Yaupon Tea

Farm & Ranch in Austin - 7.39 mi

In 2015, Jason Ellis, Heidi Watcher, and John Sibold established Lost Pines Yaupon Tea out of their passion for its taste and benefits, while also seizing an ethical harvesting opportunity. In 2011, the Lost Pines area suffered a significant wildfire and historical human damage. This led to the creation of Lost Pines Habitat Conservation, aiming to restore the area for endangered toads, offering property tax breaks to participants. Collaborating with landowners, the trio began ethically harvesting yaupon trees, benefiting the environment, toads, owners, government, founders, and you. Experience a win-win story.

F-Stop Farms

Farm & Ranch in Austin - 7.89 mi

Ryan, the owner of F-Stop Farms, makes the best pickled-veggies and sells the best hot peppers in Texas. At least, that's what his customers tell when asked about F-stop Farms. "Get his pickles; his pickles are great! His veggies are pretty tasty too."  Another reviewer commended Ryan's skills when it comes to gardening and cooking. "Extremely fresh veggies, amazing pickles, and great service. Ryan is always accommodating. He is also knowledgeable about growing vegetables in the garden and using them in dishes!"
Someone even said his peppers are the best hot peppers they've ever had in Texas. Ryan sells different varieties of peppers: ghost peppers, Japanese lemon, Anaheim, Thai bird, shishitos, and more. Aside from that, he makes fermented chili recipes. For Asians and Asian food lovers, he makes kimchi and sambal sometimes too! Okras, eggplants, onions, and melons are some of the farm's products that are not spicy.

Herban Austin

Farm & Ranch in Calliham - 8.10 mi

Herban Auston is an organic herb farm in Central Texas. They focus on growing a medicinal and culinary plant using holistic and sustainable methods. The farm opened in May 2016. Since its inception, the farm has produced different kinds of herb bundles including Traditional western herbs and Chinese medicines. Aside from that, Nikole Finkelstein, the founder of Herban Austin, offers herb classes for anyone interested. She has over a decade of experience in studying Eastern and Western herbs. Furthermore, they also sell root crops like turnips, beets, and carrots. In addition, they grow brassicas like cabbage, kale, Brussell sprouts, and cauliflowers.

Nutty Brown Farmers Market

Farm & Ranch in Austin - 8.67 mi

Experience the enchanting Nutty Brown Farmers Market in Austin, Texas—a local flower farm curated with nature's grace by founder Kim Stearns. Discover vibrant fresh-cut flowers and bouquets, available for purchase via cash, card, or checks. Looking to add floral elegance to your event? Reach out to Kim through the official website for reservations and more details.

Urban Patchwork

Farm & Ranch in Austin - 8.71 mi

Urban Patchwork "provides fresh, affordable Food for Austin, one neighborhood at a time". Furthermore, this network believes that the community is the backbone of health, security, sustainability. It "helps neighbors turn unused yard space into farmland" to produce vegetables, fruit, nuts, and eggs. Additionally, they "offer start-up programs, nutritional workshops, and home food production". They also provide courses in "canning, fermentation, and job training and creation". In exchange for hosting farm plots, residents and businesses receive fresh vegetables. Urban Patchworks lets you hire personal gardeners, landscapers, and consultants for your residence or commercial project. Just visit their website to learn more about them.

Joe’s Microgreen

Farm & Ranch in Austin - 9.10 mi

Nestled in East Austin, Joe's Microgreens is a thriving urban farm with a sustainability focus. Since 2012, Joe has championed waste reduction and nourishing food production. Through ingenious recycling, organic food waste becomes precious compost, enriching his produce. Collaborating with food businesses, his composting services create nutrient-dense resources. Elevate your sustainability efforts by purchasing compost in bags or bulk. Join the community praising this local, eco-conscious family farm for its premium offerings.

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