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Local Family Farms & Ranches in Lubbock Metro Area, TX (20)

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Alcove Farms

Farm & Ranch in Nada -

Alcove Farms sells pasture-raised eggs and pasture-raised poultry. They offer "great eggs". You will "love that they’re a local business". They are located in north Lubbock, Texas on a 160-acre farm between Alcove & 4th Street. They are the first farm to adopt the method of a regenerative farming technique called mob grazing. “Cows, God’s natural mowers, go first and eat the grass. Following behind are the chickens, God’s natural tillers that forage on the ground and till the land as they scratch. You follow behind the chickens with water and sunlight, and this process creates the richest soil over time. Then, you do it all over again until you have restored the land from dry and dusty, to fertile.”   

Bent Spoke FarmsNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Rock Island -

Come and buy some Star of David okra from Bent Spoke Farms at the farmers market in Wolfforth. Perfect size for grilling or roasting. Their "star of David okra is great fried!" You won't even "remember the last time" you "fried anything since non-GMO organic high heat oils are so expensive" but you "just had to try it". They also have "Green Beans, Tomatoes, Squash, Butternut Squash, Spaghetti Squash and...... Cantelope!" offered at the local market. "ALL of our produce is organically chemicals" according to the owner. Sometimes they are also in the Lubbock Downtown market. They also "always have CAGE FREE EGGS laid fresh every day" with "bulk discounts when available".

Block 20 Produce

Farm & Ranch in Bridge City -

"Block 20 Produce is an awesome incredibly hard-working father-daughter team". They are "great people with great produce" and "they have the freshest vegetables around". You will be "raving about" their "sweet corn and tomatoes" and even the "eggplant on the menu". It will be the "best corn" you will have "in years...and tomatoes that actually taste like tomatoes". They also have "cinnamon creamed honey from their booth at the farmers market" which tastes "so very delicious". You will "be back for sure". They also have honey with a tint of lavender taste to it because the bees were all over the lavender this summer for several weeks. This honey came from the hives on their property. If you want some, it is first-come, first-serve basis. Texts are strongly preferred.

E3 Farms

Farm & Ranch in Port Neches -

E3 Farms started as a small farm in Lubbock. Today, it is one of the biggest producers of local food in the Lubbock Downtown Farmers Market and Wolfforth Farmers Market. They are usually selling in the Lubbock Market from June to October. On the other hand, they sell produce at Wolfford all year round! Currently, the farm offers chemical-free roots, shoots, and greens. Their customers dub them as the source of the best salad fix-ins in town. Some of the favorites are their baby spinach and roasted garlic-infused olive oil. They also offer carrots, tomatoes, peppers, and beets. Check them out today! They haven't updated their CSA page since 2018, contact them directly for more information.

Green Acres MicrogreensNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Wolfforth -

Green Acres Microgreens is located in Wolfforth, Texas. They sell microgreens grown with a coconut fiber pad, seed, water, and light. They also sell living plants. If you are interested in buying microgreens, you can visit the farmers markets which Green Acres Microgreens frequent. Green Acres Microgreens sells what many considers "the best microgreens on the south plains." Green Acres Microgreens also sells carrots, leeks, radish, kale, cilantro, salad mix, broccoli, and kohlrabi. They are no longer at the Wolfforth Farmers Market. They will be announcing a new location this February!

High Plains Gardens

Farm & Ranch in Center Point -

High Plains Gardens focuses on growing plants that are native to Texas. These plants include every species that can survive in the hot and dry weather of West Texas. They started in 2008. In the beginning, their efforts included water catchment. This method ensures that their plants can grow with the water supply they need. Today, the farm also grows herbs, tomatoes, peppers, and succulents. Also, they sell hanging baskets and succulent plant pots. If you plan to visit the farm, be sure to call ahead. They can make time for you and accommodate your schedule even if it is out of their regular working hours. Talk about dedication!

Juicy Lucy’s Veggies

Farm & Ranch in Lubbock -

Juicy Lucy's Veggies grows a diverse variety of produce, but focus on root products like our gourmet garlic and onions. They have "great products and very nice people". You will always "look forward to going and love their local honey". They have "delicious local homegrown food, and very friendly farmers running the stand!" They also raise chickens, ducks, and quail that produce high-quality eggs that you can feel confident in feeding your family, using cage-free practices and quality natural feeds. Plus, they also have grass-fed beef, pork, and more coming soon. Don't forget to visit their website to know more about their farm.

Lisemby Farms

Farm & Ranch in Wilson -

Lisemby Farms is a veteran-owned family farm that provides some of the best pastured pork in the county, and possibly the world! They primarily raise two breeds of pig, Mangalitsa and Swabian Hall. These breeds were created in the early 1800s for European royalty, so if there was such a thing as pork that's fit for a king then this is it! They also have other heritage pork like Berkshires, Durocs, Spotted Poland Chinas and Hampshire. All pigs have access to sunshine and fresh water and are completely raised outdoors.

Ogallala GreensNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Slaton -

Ogallala Greens, which is located in Slaton, Texas, grows flavorful and nutrition-packed leafy greens using hydroponic technology. Try the sample pack if you are just getting acquainted with greens. It has Romain, buttercrunch, Mizuna, Mustard Greens, Chinese Cabbage, and more. There is also The West Texas Salad Kit, which has three heads of Buttercrunch with three heads of Allstar Mix (either two heads of Baby Kale or two heads of Premium Blend). This is enough to make a Texas-sized salad for the whole family. For your convenience, you can order online through Ogallala Greens' official website.

Onion Shed FarmsNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Levelland -

Onion Shed Farms started as a small garden under the kitchen window. They are committed to bringing customers the healthiest, best tasting, farm-fresh produce. The owners grow several types of squash and zucchini, tomatoes, onions, potatoes, peppers, green beans, black-eyed peas, cucumbers, cantaloupe, and watermelons. They also grow microgreens and also have farm-fresh and cage-free eggs. Also, for weed control, they use plasticulture, hands, hoe when the plants get too high for the tractor and sweeps. Neem oil and Spinosad are also the pesticide of choice and are both organic certified. They are sometimes selling at the Lubbock Downtown Farmers Market. "Really beautiful produce" is all you can say.

Quail Feather Farms

Farm & Ranch in Saint Hedwig -

Quail Feather Farms is a micro-organic practicing farm in Slaton, Texas. Using only all-natural, sustainable farming practices as a policy to grow delicious, nutrient-rich food and beautiful bedding plants. Committed to ethical land, water, and also wildlife stewardship. The owners also "really know their stuff and are doing all they can to make sure this area has a great option for LOCALLY GROWN veggies". Furthermore, "their produce" also "has such a sweetness that can only be found when you buy local". Its "amazing veggies" plus "great customer service" from "awesome & knowledgeable" owners. You can also find them selling at the Lubbock Downtown Farmers Market. Check out as well their Facebook page for latest updates and schedules in the farmers market.    


Farm & Ranch in Lubbock -

R & R Farms was established by a retired Air Force Veteran, Ray, and his wife, Rhonda, to harvest and sell locally grown produce in the West Texas panhandle.  They started out by growing produce for themselves as they didn't like the stuff they saw at the market and groceries and has then expanded by them catering to their area.  Its mission is "to be a year-round local source for high-quality, healthy produce for the Lubbock community." R & R Farms offers eggs, fruits and vegetables, as well as preserves and jams.  These are all fresh and all-natural, grown using organic practices and sustainable agriculture, with no chemicals added to the soil or the plants.  The poultry are also raised free-range and are organically fed.

Reimer Farms

Farm & Ranch in Bulverde -

Reimer Farms sells tomatoes, black-eyed peas, okra, cucumbers, melons, and much more. Come and buy their produce at Lubbock Downtown Farmers Market. "The tomatoes and squash we bought at the Farmers Market downtown were so delicious!" according to one customer. You "will continue to try more produce from ReimerFarms" because they have "the best vegetable" and "very tasty" also. You will also be thankful "that they are providing such excellent produce for folks in the West Texas area". This is a place with "sweet, funny folks and awesome produce selection". You "will definitely be back for more and spread the word".

South Plains Food Bank GRUB Farm

Farm & Ranch in Lubbock -

On a 5.5-acre land in Lubbock, Texas, South Plains Food Bank, Inc. is a chemical-free urban farm growing all-natural vegetables and serving as a place to teach life skills and job skills to unprivileged teens. Through their CSA program, they collect funds as payment to the youth for working on the farm in the summer. Moreover, they produce a weekly newsletter for their shareholders and host an annual Friends and Family Day in May. They also offer tours and volunteer opportunities. Besides, shareholders can know and educate teenage farmers. A satisfied customer said, "I get wonderful, locally grown food, and it is impressive that they serve many teens."

Strawn PecansNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Lubbock -

In Lubbock, Strawn Pecans is a small family farm that started in 1973 under the care of the owner's grandparents. For several years in a row, they sold pecans as the trees started bearing their produce. Since then, they have harvested excellent pecan crops, so they decided to sell some. Strawn Pecans nuts are free of pesticides or herbicides and treated with west Texas well water & rain whenever there is. Because they live outside the city limits, they feel fortunate to have wildlife such as foxes, hawks, doves, quails, bobcats, coyote, various snakes, lizards, and other species. For more information, contact Tracy Fondren.

Sunburst Market

Farm & Ranch in Lubbock -

For more than three decades now, the Sunburst Market continues to provide high-quality products in Lubbock, Texas. They are using perfect "practices like crop rotation", IPM (Pest Management), drip irrigation, and pesticide-free to maintain the excellent quality of their products. The farm is making an effort to be a "one-stop vegetable shop". One that can keep on providing quality fruits and locally grown vegetables. Furthermore, they "also offer tomatoes, squash, okra, black-eyed peas, and French cantaloupe". You can visit their farm to check their products and call Cynthia Thiel at for more details. All product on this farm is fantastic!

T&J Farms Pumpkin PatchNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Lubbock -

Since 2013, this exclusive pick-your-own pumpkin patch in Lubbock has exceeded expectations, becoming a cherished tradition for families. Situated on a small hobby farm run by passionate beekeepers, the patch offers a unique experience of hand-selecting perfect pumpkins from a diverse field. Beyond pumpkins, the establishment takes pride in providing pure, unprocessed local honey from their hives just south of Lubbock, with varieties like Wildflower, West Texas Cotton, and Pumpkin Blossom, each boasting a unique taste. The commitment to the journey from hive to jar sets them apart, with bees freely working their magic to produce the purest, untouched honey loaded with West Texas pollen. This establishment seamlessly combines autumn fun with a taste of West Texas authenticity, making it a must-visit for those seeking high-quality, locally sourced products and a genuine connection with nature.

Texas Country Produce

Farm & Ranch in Lubbock -

Texas Country Produce is located in Lubbock, Texas. They are one of the vendors in the Wolfforth Farmers Market community. They are "a great local vendor who sells cotton honey, shelled pecans, local produce, and fresh specialty produce". Some of these include pickled jalapeno peppers, black-eyed peas, pecans, tomatoes, jalapenos, and onions. They also have available zucchini, yellow squash, and watermelons. There are also oranges, apples, potatoes, as well as sweet potatoes available. Also, as one of the participants in the Wolfforth Farmers Market, you can see them at the market year-round as a tent vendor outside in Vendor Village. They are Vendor Barn #12 in Vendor Village. Vendor Village consists of individual barns and tent vendors.

The Orchard

Farm & Ranch in Idalou -

The Orchard in East Idalou, Texas, has "6,000 impressive trees of apples, cherries, and peaches". It is famous for its perfect location for families and private groups. They have rich soil and always have the right temperature for plants. Moreover, it features a breathtaking view. The owners believe that they should not only "provide their customers with high-quality products" but also the best possible experience on their farm. Moreover, The Orchard offers "a lower price than the other fruit supplier in the market". If you want some beautiful scenery and some delicious food, visit The Orchard! Check their website for more information. Have some fun at The Orchard!

Wolf Creek Farm and Neighborhood Market

Farm & Ranch in Lubbock -

Wolf Creek Farms is a Non-GMO, chemical free grower of produce and herbs. They have "wonderful products and great people!!" Their salad greens & kale as well as beets are "wonderful!" They also sell cookies that are "absolutely heavenly" and the Lavender Lemonade is also "so refreshing". It will make you "feel calm and relaxed". And, "it's not uncommon for Wolf to pick something fresh out of the field and bring it" to their customers. They can be your "go-to for quality produce". You will "also like that they support other local growers by providing eggs, dairy, cheese, and meats from fellow producers".   Note: The pandemic, weather, and other struggles has taken a toll on the farm, they're a bit down at the moment when it comes to production, but they're definitely not out! Follow them through their social media pages for production updates and other information relating to the Neighborhood market!

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