To abide by CDC recommendations for 6' space distancing between customers, we must limit the number of customers in the outdoor fenced area to no more than 48,400 people at any time. Obviously, there is no way we would ever reach that number of customers at one time, but we just want all of our customers and the public to know that we do have plenty of room for you to come and get your essential food items while remaining in a comfortable spacious environment at all times.
Farmers and ranchers are now on the front lines when it comes to fighting the impact of COVID-19, thanks to a decision by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA).
The agency is recognizing thousands of jobs in agriculture and related fields as “essential critical infrastructure workers.”
"Everyone from the people who supply the inputs to the farmers and producers who grow the food and care for animals are essential”
Washington post- Food is an essential, so even with calls for “social distancing” because of the coronavirus pandemic, no one is suggesting that we stop shopping for groceries.
We are here for our community, just the same as always, to provide farm fresh produce, meats, and other products that our community can be assured are good for you and as fresh as you can get..... straight from our fields to your table. We ask that you remember that we have been here, serving our community since 2007, through the good and the bad, the droughts and the floods, and we will continue to do so as long as we are able. We wish we could grow produce year round, but unfortunately, here in West Texas, it must be a seasonal harvest.
Open April 10th- August 2nd, September 25th- November 1st, and November 27th- December 31st.
Strawberries- pick-your-own & some pre-picked as well available inside the store
Blackberries- first of the season! pick-your-own & some pre-picked as well available inside the store
Peaches- first of the season, all cling-stone, no pick your own
Tomatoes- little cherry tomatoes & green tomatoes
Cucumbers- first pickling ones of the season
Potatoes- red, gold, purple
Onions- red, yellow in store and pull-your-own
Greens- Collards, Turnips
Beets- in store and pull-your-own
Squash- yellow straight neck and zucchini
Herbs- Basil, Thyme, Oregano, Parsley, & Cilantro
Farm raised beef, pork, lamb, & goat meat.
Essentials- pinto beans, rice, yeast, flour, canned goods & more.
Homemade strawberry or vanilla bean ice cream!
No admission fee to get in, you only pay for the fruit you pick and the items you purchase in farm store.
Bring the family out and enjoy some of our good ol' farm fresh air. We will still be limiting the number of customers inside the farm store at any given time.