Allicins Ranch

Our farm is named after the the chemical compound allicin, which is responsible for the broad based anti-bacterial properties found in garlic. We truly believe that we are not only growing great food, but medicine as well. Needless to say, after studying under my uncle and one of the organic food movements pioneers there is no other option for growing other than what is now termed as organic and biodynamic.

We do not certify ourselves in any manner, but we do feel that it is the responsibility of everyone to fully investigate where their food comes from. That is why we encourage anyone to come visit our beautiful farm and see how clean our food really is. We have a small farm in which we are so excited to finally produce something on commercially after years of working for others. Thirteen years of organic growing experience under the master David Ronniger has defined our attention to quality. We have a small sustainable family garden, chickens, and a large crop of garlic. We hope you will support our endeavor to provide the people with the all powerful food and medicinal allium sativum.

Thank you, Ben and Kelly Ronniger

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Listing last updated on Jun 26, 2014

We market the best varieties of garlic from our Idaho farm that we have specially selected over years of trial. Scapes are avaliable in July! We also have the EARLIEST fresh garlic, Ajo Morado, in the U.S. each year, avaliable the 1st of May each year. Gorgeously braided, it can last up to a year. We are wholly dedicated to health, garlic, and the pursuit of happiness. We would love to see the entire world shop directly from farmers. Your support means the world to us!



Schedule and Location:

7 days a week daylight hours on farm

Schedule and Location:

7 days a week daylight hours on farm

We ship any amount of garlic Monday to Thursday




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We love this garlic. Mild yet very flavorful. Perfectly fine eaten minced in a salad or used in cooking. We ordered the small tree braid and the larger Mediterranean-style braid.... [more]


Amazing garlic. We couldn't be happier!

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I am currently cleaning and sorting garlic harvested this summer. I have been experimenting with several varieties over the last few years in order to determine what does the best in my soil conditions, etc.... [more]

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Well, as I am enjoying the sun here in sunny San Diego, apparently spring has not yet arrived in northern Idaho.  We had snow and hail about ten days ago, and it seems it gets below freezing most nights according to Kelly.... [more]


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