Hydroponic and Sustainable Farming
Pesticide Free Produce

We are your local neighborhood Farm!
We sell directly to the public.

Most of our sales are thru Farmers Markets, however you can send us a text and arrange to pick up at the farm on Fridays.  830-481-4272 or 830-263-0202.

Don't see what you need?
Please keep in mind, we are a local producer, we do not resell anything.
We can grow a product only in it's appropriate season and what is suitable for our soil type, Black Land Clay.
Exceptions to that are what we grow in Greenhouse
during winter and Shadehouse in Summer.


We encourage orders for pick up at Farm on Friday afternoons / evening, we are on FM20 one mile east from SH130 south from Austin.

Saturday, Jan  23rd
Texas Farm Market, Lakeline Mall

SFC,  Sunset Valley

Sorry, not filling preorders at this time.

Baby Spinach  $5.00  / Bag
White Russian Kale  $2.00  / Bnch
Dino Kale   $2.00  /  Bnch

Curly Kale  $2.00   / bnch
Curley Mustard  $2.00 /  Bnch
Red Mustard   $2.00  / bnch
Collard   $2.00  /  bnch
Endive   $2.50  /  each
Escarolli   $2.50  /  each
Chineese Cabbage  $5.00  /  each
European Seedless Cucumber  $2.50 each

Watermelon Radish    $1.00 each
Basil   $2.00  /  Bnch
Cilantro  $1.00  /  bag
Tomatoes    $3.50  /  lb.

Eggs, Chicken   6.00 / Doz

Everything fresh picked
We do not hold perishable items from week to week.

We also offer Fresh Eggs  from nonconfined, pastured  poultry.  Poultry feed (supplemental) used is non GMO or Soy


Current Growing Conditions                 

Growing conditions - Dry but slightly improved.
(Fred's gripe section)

Finally we have gotten 1 1/2 inch of rain. Hoping this is a start of a weather pattern change to a little wetter,  Now is time to plant but marginal moisture to plant on,,,,,,, so we wait, and wait, and wait, but we have seen it all before over the past 40+ years.

The strong La Nina c
urrent in the Pacific Ocean is blocking off moisture needed to bring rain to South Texas. This pattern is expected to hold strong through the winter.  I much prefer that pattern to switch back to an El Nino.

Rains have avoided us all year long, and we started the year short as it was.  It seems like a dome is over us this year shedding off much of the normal rainfall. We are located about equidistant to both Austin and San Antonio.  While Austin has logged above normal rainfall, San Antonio is short by about 8 inches.  We are short by close to 10 inches.  Hoping this pattern will change soon.  Water for irrigation here is short and gets expensive so the rest of the season looks tough right now. We do best we can for now.

   Farming is not a 9 to 5 job but a lifestyle and what we do and when is governed by the weather conditions at hand. If we seem a bit grumpy at times,,, well we might be really tired.    Quality Food is a product of nature, processed crap is of industry..  Nature  likes to "make" you one day and "break you" the next.


NO GMO's found here

We have what you need.

Come Visit us at a Farmers Market  in Austin, Saturday 9AM-1PM

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Texas Farmers Market at Lakeline Mall
SFC Farmers Market at Sunset Valley
(Tony Berger Center)

For local folk, we encourage a call for pickup at the Farm on Friday evenings, contact Jackie, voice or text to 830-481-4272,  or Fred 830-263-0202

We are 15 mi from Seguin, 25 mi from New Braunfels & 15 Mi from San Marcos.