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Lindsey Farms

Farm & Ranch in Bullard - 5.99 mi

Lindsey Farms offers hand-cut steaks that are aged to their specifications. USDA prime and choice are available. They have a ribeye, NY strip, center cut, top, sirloin parts. There is also in stock marinated beef and chicken fajitas, pork chops, turkey and shrimp. "Bone-in pork chops are delish". You "will order again" for sure. So, "if you are ever in the area you need to check it out!" Email or give them a call to place an order today. Check out their social media page also for more updates about their farm.

Hood Family Farms

Farm & Ranch in Bullard - 6.37 mi

Hood Family Farms mainly provides humanely harvested and “great pasture-raised eggs,” poultry, grass-fed beef, and lamb while focusing on regenerative farming and permaculture. It is indeed “an amazing place! It’s wonderful to see the animals so cared for.” But why pasture-raised? Pasture-raised eggs, especially when it’s chemical-free, pesticide-free, and herbicide-free, is a healthier and tastier option for everyone. It’s lower in saturated fat and higher in omega 3’s and vitamin A. Plus when you add to it the superior flavor that comes from the chickens enjoying their days as nature intended, it’s really the smartest choice to make. They also sell jams and pickles that are made in small batches along with their homemade baked goods such as bread, coffee cakes, jam bars, and muffins. The combination of their “bread and jams are delicious,” and their “GF blueberry coffeecakes” can be “thoroughly enjoyed with coffee” on any given day.

Sugar Creek Honey

Farm & Ranch in Flint - 7.67 mi

Sugar Creek Honey produces and sells local honey and honey products. They have chunk honey sold, but this is sold in limited quantities. They also have lip balm, cuticle cream, and body butter. This locally-owned and operated apiary adheres to natural beekeeping practices. They have never utilized any type or kind of chemical for pest or disease control. Sugar Creek Honey maintains beehives in Smith County, and they sell their products through local markets like Our Little Corner Antiques and Collectibles and Light Your Fire, and Rose City Farmers Market. Sugar Creek Honey is located in Flint, Texas.

Lone Star Sustainable Farm

Farm & Ranch in Warren - 12.25 mi

This farm has natural, rotational pasture-raised pork and chicken. No soy, no GMO, no vaccines, no antibiotics, no chemicals are used in raising their animals. They have "sweet pork that tastes every bit as good as it looks". And they also have "a mighty fine cured ham steak" with "no overt saltiness either". You "will definitely be back for more". "The chicken breasts and tenders are unbelievable, so juicy" too. Also, the pork chop is "absolutely delicious" too. It has "dynamic full flavor, tender, juicy, and raised with love". You can also buy them at the Beaumont Farmers Market. Their breakfast sausage and ground pork are "really great too".

Cut Beef

Farm & Ranch in Tyler - 13.61 mi

The Cut Beef in Tyler, Texas, provides natural, grass-fed, and grain-finished beef. Their cattle are born and raised in their ranches. Their animals are free from hormones, antibiotics, pesticides because they use proprietary Gourmet Grain to finish their beef and vacuum seal for freshness. The farm offers, Cutlets, Ground Beef, Fajita Meat, Hamburger Patties, Roast, Steaks since 2014. One of their clients says, “The Cut Beef has great service, friendly staff, and they are very accommodating. And the most important they have great beef. Everyone at the Harvest House and Harvest Now ministries have awesome meal experience great service in Cut Beef!” The Cut Beef takes pride in how beef for their customers is raise. It is a USDA inspected! Furthermore, they graze the pastures, and feed their hay, and finish their cattle on our Proprietary Grain. Visit their website for more information!

Collum Tudor Farms

Farm & Ranch in Tyler - 15.53 mi

Collum Tudor Farms, which is located in Tyler, Texas, raises livestock. They also make and sell baked goods. Every member of the family is hands-on when it comes to taking care of the farm, the plants, and the animals here. The same goes for baking, and they've made zucchini bread, gingerbread loaves, and cookies. You may see them in local pop-ups, farmers' markets, or local events like the Arp Strawberry Festival. They make sure to sell to neighbors and residents of the community what they harvest, like cream peas, purple hull peas, and green beans. They've sold live chickens too! If you visit the farm, you'll see lots of chicks in coops.

Poppa Skinny’s Farm

Farm & Ranch in Jacksonville - 18.32 mi

Established in 1904, Poppa Skinny's Farm, originally John Acker's wedding dowry, carries on his legacy of sustainable farming. Today, his descendants employ a blend of traditional and modern techniques to nurture healthy soil and grow happy, nutritious food. With a focus on chicken, hogs, cattle, goats, and seasonal produce, they offer heirloom vegetables, raw goat milk, and cheese. Explore their acclaimed pastured pork, beef, chicken, and eggs. Join us in celebrating a century of sustainable farming excellence.

Preacher’s End Farm

Farm & Ranch in Jacksonville - 18.50 mi

Preacher's End Farm specializes in salad greens, cooking greens, and root vegetables in cool weather and heirloom tomatoes, sweet peppers, cucumbers, okra, and eggplant in summer. Also, from October to May, they make some of their produce into deliciously composed salads with freshly-made dressings. They then sell them through a subscription format. And, they have an "excellent salad subscription". They also make crates and craft boards from scrap pallet wood and also, sharpen kitchen knives. They also make soap and occasionally do some canning.

Tyler Berry Farm

Farm & Ranch in Tyler - 20.69 mi

Tyler Berry Farm has been growing blueberries for decades. Now, the grandchildren of the original owner have taken over and they are ready to explore the farm's potential. They've started growing strawberries and apples (Anna and Gala apples). If they are thinking of growing more fruits, I'd say go for it! We can never have enough fruits on the table or the fridge. I know that you are excited to sample the harvest, but like all good things, it deserves our patience. For now, you can still visit the farm if you want to have a look around, talk about farming, or simply say hi!

Lonesome Lady Ranch

Farm & Ranch in Tyler - 23.16 mi

Founded in 2012 by Alissa Rhodes and her mother, Lonesome Lady Farm began by raising calves in their debut year to manage their workload and test the waters. The following year marked a significant expansion, incorporating laying hens, sheep, meat chickens, and more cattle. These animals now graze freely across 50 acres of pasture using a rotational system. Emphasizing meticulous care for both land and animals, Alissa and her mother yield top-tier pasture-raised poultry, eggs, turkey, pork, and exceptionally tender grass-fed lamb and beef. Their premium meats are accessible through the CSA and local farmers' markets, with distribution points including Dallas and Tyler. It's worth noting that their CSA page hasn't seen updates since 2017, so reaching out to them directly is advised for the latest information.

Blueberry Hill Farms

Farm & Ranch in Edom - 23.50 mi

Experience the flavors of Blueberry Hills Farms near Brownsboro, just 75 miles east of Dallas. Pick fresh blueberries and blackberries, and explore their diverse fruits for delicious preserves. Indulge in delectable baked goods from their bakery, including the must-try Blueberries & Cream pie. Try their unique blueberry yogurt and blueberry lemonade. Discover the farm's beauty and family-friendly atmosphere. Plan your visit today!

Sundance Ranch Blueberries

Farm & Ranch in Winona - 23.60 mi

Meet Vincent and Kathleen Haby, the proud owners of Sundance Ranch Blueberries. Located just 2 miles south of I-20, our lush farm boasts various blueberry varieties. With 68 well-maintained bushes, we ensure a weed-free environment and provide consistent irrigation for optimal growth. Join us for a delightful U-pick experience every Tuesday evening with your family. Picking your own fresh blueberries is a steal at just $2.5 per pound. Don't miss out—visit us soon!

Taste & See FarmNo Own Retail Location

Farm & Ranch in Tyler - 23.81 mi

Established out of the desire to provide for their family safe and nutritious chicken, Taste & See Farm has now grown to provide the community around them with pastured chicken. This love for the land and how to work in harmony with nature is the driving principle for this poultry farm where their products are nutritionally superior and have a low-impact on the environment because of natural grazing practices.

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