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Ranger Cattle

Farm & Ranch in Edgewood - 6.11 mi

The owner (Mr. Joshua) of the Ranger Cattle in Austin, Texas, makes sure that his farm is producing the highest-quality full blood of wagyu in Austin, Texas. Also, the farm is very passionate about the progress of modern livestock operations and improving the quality of wagyu herd. Their herd is entirely free from any harmful additives hormones, and also, it is a free-range cattle in over 3000-acres. Having this kind of set up, they maintain the high-quality of their products. Moreover, the customers of Ranger Cattle appreciate the traditional cow-calf operational techniques with the latest science producing high-quality meat. Happy client says, “The wagyu of Ranger Cattle is the best beef I've ever had. It is as good as any 5-star restaurant. I've smoked their brisket, made a stew and grilled steaks. I always buy their wagyu at the Cave Farmer's market every Sunday.” Place your order now! Try the most delicious wagyu in Austin, Texas!

Munkebo Farm

Farm & Ranch in Manor - 6.23 mi

Meet Germaine Swenson, the visionary behind Munkebo Farm, named in honor of her Swedish great-grandma's birthplace. Founded in 2009 after her eye-opening journey to Sweden, this 80-acre farm practices permaculture. They raise pigs, Angus cows, Piedmontese cows, guinea fowl, chickens, and ducks. Facebook reviews consistently praise their flavorful meat and eggs, highlighting the rich aroma and quality. Don't miss Munkebo Farm at the Mueller Farmer's Market in Austin and Republic Square Farmer's Market for a taste of their exceptional products!

Green Gate Farms

Farm & Ranch in Austin - 6.29 mi

Green Gate Farms, which is located in Austin, Texas, is a certified organic, regenerative community farm cultivating vegetables, flowers, and herbs. What's great about Green Gate Farms is that they are not just producers and sellers of fresh food. They also offer their beautiful space to people who are looking for a place to hold a wedding, camps and classes, and other events. If you happen to visit, I am sure you will enjoy it here because this is an organic and historic community-based farm where you can just relax, take in the view, and yes, shop for stuff!

Cameron’s Family Farm

Farm & Ranch in Manor - 6.76 mi

You will "love all of the products" at Cameron's Family Farm, "everything from jam to body products". You can even use their "goats milk soap" as an "everyday soap" because "this soap is amazing getting everything off without drying" your "hands out...and the smell of oatmeal milk and honey!!" Also, "the goats milk lotion is awesome as well". And, you will also "love all the scents" even if you "don't love sweet smelling stuff but all the scents are amazing". They are also famous for their jams such as the "blackberry jam on some toast" which is "absolutely the best jam" you will "have ever eaten". "Nothing else compares!" Furthermore, you can buy their products at their website.

SHAMBA – Sustainable Homestead and Microclimate Based Agriculture

Farm & Ranch in Elgin - 6.99 mi

SHAMBA is an acronym for Sustainable Homestead and Microclimate Based Agriculture. The word “shamba” also happens to mean homestead in Swahili, and perfectly describes the scope of the farm: small and managed mostly by hand. Founded in 2016 by Sarah Graham, an educator, yoga teacher, herbalist, beekeeper, and gardening enthusiast. Camp Sunflower sessions are also available. A guesthouse, vintage camper, and primitive camping sites are also available which is convenient for farm stays.  You may buy eggs, honey, herbal medicine and salves, and fresh herbs from them for your lovely home! You are sure to buy products grounded with clean, pure, and made with loving care for the land, animals, and most especially for you as a customer. SHAMBA has been featured on TRF's Kim's List. Read the blog entry on 6 Sustainable Farms in Elgin You Can Buy Organic Produce From

The Vegetable Cart

Farm & Ranch in Elgin - 7.27 mi

The farm nests in a small 23-acre land with a colossal goal for the community. The Vegetable Cart wants to produce products that are human and environmentally friendly. Therefore, they only raise hormone-free sheep and cattle and plant pesticide-free vegetables. You'll also love the soaps they make! They make a combination of rice bran, coconut oil, and olive oil to ensure the soap is gentle, lathers perfectly, and not drying to the skin. Without preservatives nor artificial color, using their soap will be cleansing to you while not being harmful to you and the environment. You won't have to deal with allergies. Free-range eggs and baked goodies are something to look forward to while at the farm. Drive 2 miles from past the New Highschool, and you'll reach them at Elgin.   The Vegetable Cart has been featured on TRF's Kim's List. Read the blog entry on 6 Sustainable Farms in Elgin You Can Buy Organic Produce From

Coyote Creek Farm

Farm & Ranch in Elgin - 7.34 mi

Jeremiah Cunningham, the owner of Coyote Creek Farm, founded the business in 1997. In 2007, they opened the first organic feed mill in Texas. It has helped farmers provide organic food to their animals while lowering the carbon footprint of farming. Their feed only uses certified organic ingredients approved by the USDA. Also, all grains they use are grown organically without herbicides, pesticides, and other chemicals. They offer feeds for turkeys, chickens, broilers, pigs, cattle, goat, sheep, and rabbits. Aside from feeds, the farm also offers grass-fed beef and pastured eggs. Want to try their products now? You can find them in retail stores and on Amazon.

Grass To Food Farm

Farm & Ranch in Elgin - 7.74 mi

Grass To Food Farm is a farm who lovingly cares for diary goats, miniature beef cattle, laying hens, and heritage pigs. There are no chemicals/hormones/antibiotics and only natural feed supplements year-round foraging on pasture. Pastured, Organic Eggs and Grass-Finished Beef are available as well as Raw Goat Milk. You can contact them and come take a farm tour and see how they incorporate the invasive mesquite tree for shade and food. They also host campers for an immersive farm experience under the clear night sky. "There are miniature cows on this farm. No, really." So, "when you pull up, make sure you pull the gate shut behind you so that you don’t let the animals out".

Dobbin-Kauv Garden Farm

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Farm & Ranch in Austin - 8.25 mi

Dobbin-Kauv Garden farm is also known as Nancy Farm Fancy. As of this writing, this is the only black-owned farm within Austin’s city limits. Ms. Washington is a born and raised Austinite and a descendant of Black Freedman Farmers, whose agricultural traditions have been depended upon since the inception of Austin, Texas. On top of all that, she is a disabled combat veteran and mother of four, Tiffany prides herself on being a food justice warrior! All of her experiences has led her towards this point!

Youngs Prairie Dairy

Farm & Ranch in Elgin - 8.33 mi

At Youngs Prairie Dairy, we take pride in our well-kept ranch, offering state-certified Grade A Raw for Retail goat milk. Our Nubians and Alpines are not just livestock; they are part of our family, receiving the utmost care for their health and milk quality. We follow a holistic ranching approach, abstaining from herbicides and fertilizers, and providing our goats with a wholesome diet of alfalfa, grass hay, grain, and foraging. The result? A creamy, delightful goat milk without any lingering "goaty" taste. Since December 2011, Youngs Prairie Dairy has proudly held the Grade A Certified Raw Dairy license, ensuring the freshest and best-tasting goat milk.

Urban Roots

Farm & Ranch in Austin - 8.54 mi

Urban Roots aims to provide the people of Austin with "another source of real food grown locally" 40 percent of their produce is donated to hunger relief organizations across the Greater Austin Area. They also have a farm internship program, where they teach the young people of Austin "about good food, and empower them to find their voice." The interns get hands-on training bb by preparing the fields, planting, weeding, and harvesting, along with leading farm tours and connecting with the community.

Austin Orchards

Farm & Ranch in Garfield - 8.68 mi

In Del Valle, Garfield, Austin Orchards is a beautiful local farm of McCaskill family. They offer naturally-grown various fruits, vegetables, and different jams and canned goods. Moreover, their fruits include peaches, figs, blackberries, pomegranates, strawberries, plums, oranges, and pears. Buy their fresh harvest and products at local farmers'markets and local restaurants and vendors in Austin, Dallas, and the surrounding area. Fruit picking is also available. Some of the positive reviews about them are: "A spectacular farm experience. The freshest fruits and veggies! The jams, preserves, kinds of butter, etc. are delicious!" and "The people were very welcoming, knowledgeable, and nice."Want to try their items? Give them a call at +1 512-743-7947.

Joe’s Microgreen

Farm & Ranch in Austin - 8.75 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.

Little Om Farms

Farm & Ranch in ZZ No Location - 9.03 mi

Little Om Farms is 100% USDA Certified Organic. They make sure your food is safe for you and your family. Becoming certified is an expensive endeavor for the small farmer but it is worth it. They also take your health seriously and appreciate the standards and regulations behind this label.  Furthermore, this label means that your food has no chemicals in it, is Non-GMO, and is sustainably produced. You can find their vegetables at the "Texas Farmers' Market at Mueller". You can also check out their social media page for more updates. Even your "kiddos" will "love the peaches and the okra". You also "must taste the figs!"

Farmshare Austin

Farm & Ranch in Cedar Creek - 9.62 mi

Farmshare Austin is not just a local farm that produces healthy and sustainable food for the community. They want to increase access for healthy produce, educate new farmers, and continuously preserve the land. With this goal, they have created the Farmer Starter program. In the program, they help new aspiring farmers gain knowledge on sustainable methods. Scholarships are also available for this 18-week program. Also, the farm created a program called Farm Land Link, where they connect new farmers to a land that is suitable for agriculture. Best of all, Farmshare Austing offers mobile markets where they bring fresh produce to places unreached by organic food.

Herban Austin

Farm & Ranch in Calliham - 9.70 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.

F-Stop Farms

Farm & Ranch in Austin - 9.75 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.

Urban Patchwork

Farm & Ranch in Austin - 10.16 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.

Lund Produce Company

Farm & Ranch in Elgin - 10.25 mi

Kevin Lundgren, a fifth-generation farmer, is the proud owner of Lund Produce Company. Since 1991, he has been revitalizing 11 acres of land, transforming it into the thriving Brachgrove Farm, located just 35 miles from downtown Austin. Notably, Kevin's expertise caught the attention of a neighboring family with a history of shallot cultivation dating back to the 1800s. Entrusting him with their surviving shallot plants, Kevin's skillful nurturing led to a substantial harvest in 2008, allowing him to supply local Whole Foods stores and directly serve families by 2009. Brachgrove Farm doesn't stop at shallots; it boasts an array of crops, from Oxblood lilies and onions to corn and broccoli. Kevin's sustainable farming practices and commitment to providing fresh, locally grown produce underline his deep connection to the land and passion for cultivating a variety of delightful vegetables. The Lund Produce Company has been featured on TRF's Kim's List. Read the blog entry on 6 Sustainable Farms in Elgin You Can Buy Organic Produce From

Hausbar Farms

Farm & Ranch in Addison - 10.28 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!

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