Farm Store is now CLOSED for the summer season.

​But, you won't have to miss it for long as we will re-open for the fall on Friday September 28th with the largest pumpkin patch in The Big Country and lots of new and exciting things to do at the farm. 

Corn Maze

Giant Sling Shot

​Hay Rides through our Haunted Woods

Farm Animals for the kids to pet!

We will post at the top of this page and on our facebook page what is available each weekend.


Here is some of the produce we grow and the approximate harvest dates:

Blackberries ripen in mid-late May and last through June.

22 different varieties of peaches and plums available late May through early September. Varieties range from traditional yellow-fleshed peaches to white fleshed and 'donut'. 

Other seasonal produce including black-eye and purple hull peas, cantaloupes, watermelons, tomatoes, and okra. Usually available June- August. 


A couple of items that we now offer: our farm raised chicken eggs, a variety of local raw milk cheeses, a greater selection of baked goods, pick-your-own blackberries in May & June, and a much larger produce selection! Click HERE to learn more about our produce.
 
We have added flour and other baking items that are made from wheat and corn grown here in Texas, all organic and non-GMO. The nuts and candy items are produced here in Texas as well. Our seasonings and mixes are all made at other small cooperating farms here in Texas. Our jams & jellies are either our own made here on our farm or from another Texas farm.

​We also have a large selection of beef, lamb, and goat meat in stock now. Let us know what you need and we can put it together!


All of our meat is raised right here on the farm, grass fed, and no hormones given.... ever. Our customers are amazed at the difference between ours and what you will find at the grocery store.
Click HERE to learn more about our meat.



Please email dentonvalleyfarms@yahoo.com with your orders or call

Amanda at 325-370-5159 or

Colby at 325-665-2349


We are not shipping at this time, so our products are currently only available at the Farm Store or some items for delivery to Abilene or Clyde.

Our produce selection changes weekly as the seasons change. Growing local seasonal fruits and vegetables is what Denton Valley Farms is all about.

FALL FARM STORE SCHEDULE OF EVENTS


Friday September 28th- Opening day of fall farm store  3:30-9:30

Saturday September 29th- Open 9:00-4:00

Sunday September 30th- Open Noon-7:00



Friday October 5th- Open 3:30-9:30
Saturday October 6th- Open 9:00-5:00
Sunday October 7th- Open Noon-7:00



Friday October 12th- Open 3:30-9:30
Saturday October 13th- Open 9:00-5:00        - Sweet & Savory Food Truck serving lunch 11-1
Sunday October 14th- Open Noon-7:00




Friday October 19th- Open 3:30-9:30           - Sweet & Savory Food Truck serving dinner 5-7
Saturday October 20th- Open 9:00-5:00        - Sweet & Savory Food Truck serving lunch 11-1
Sunday October 21st- Open Noon-7:00

                                  Pumpkin carving contest at the farm! Bring your pumpkin that you                                       purchased at the farm and carved at home out to the farm for a live                                     judging and a chance to win $50 cash and free ice cream! Runner-up                                     will also be rewarded a prize.



Friday October 26th- Open 3:30-9:30
Saturday October 27th- Open 9:00am-9:00pm    (Yes, that is correct, we are open late for                                         our last saturday! This will make the haunted woods lots of fun at                                         dark for those who could not enjoy it on Fridays)
Sunday October 28th- Open Noon-7:00

For bulk meat orders, please email or call us to be placed on the waiting list. However, we have plenty available for retail purchase in our farm store year round.
​Call today for pricing and details on beef quarters and halves at 325-370-5159 or email us from here.
Want more information about our beef?
Click here for details

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