Our Products

We offer many different products, some seasonally, and some regularly. As the seasons change and we expand, so does our bounty! Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for updates on availability. Feel free to give us a call or text as well on our farm phone at 817-312-9057. 

Seasonal Produce

While we due consistently focus on offering a variety of salad greens, we also grow interesting varieties of many  vegetables and fruits. We typically have up to 10 different crops growing at any given time. Because we strive to grow all of our foods sustainably, our selections shifts with the seasons and are chosen based on what we believe is best suited to our soil-type.


Want to try the latest superfood? Microgreens are basically the baby versions of adult vegetables and herbs. However, don’t let their size fool you, they are packed with both flavor and nutrition. A study published by the USDA’s Agricultural Research Service found that microgreens on average contain about 5 times the nutritional value of their adult counterparts. Because they can be grown indoors and relatively quickly, microgreens are one of the few crops that we can grow consistantly year-round. We regularly offer sunflower shoots, speckled pea shoots, radish, our spicy micro-blend, and our mild micro-blend. We also like to include them in our salad mixes along with our field-grown greens!

Jams, Jellies and Pickled Everything

We make a wide variety of jams, jellies, and pickled items. Everything we make is made with produce that we have either grown ourselves or pickled wild. Some of our favorites include blackberry jam, pepper jelly, pickled radishes, and pickled quail eggs! 

Free-Range Eggs

We like to take care of our girls, and in return they provide us with nutrient-dense delicious eggs. Our laying hens spend their days free-ranging in the pastures, protected by their rooster counterparts. We purchase them as day-old chicks or hatch them ourselves to ensure they are never treated with antibiotics. We also hatch and raise coturnix quail, and while we do have to keep them in a large run to protect them from preditors, all of our quail eggs are cage and antibiotic free. We suppliment the diets of all of our laying birds with microgreens and other veggis fresh from our fields.