Moonstruck Farms

Welcome to Moonstruck Farms. Our goal is to provide local, farm fresh food to our community bringing dollars and health to our local community. We provide sustainably farmed produce, eggs, chicken, turkey, pork and beef. We will be adding Heirloom apples, cherries, plums, pluots and peaches once our trees reach maturity in the next year or two. The eggs that are provided by Moonstruck Farms are Heritage breeds who are fed a traditional lay pellet along with vetch (a high protein crop) grown especially for them along with all the scraps from the farm. Moonstruck Farms produce is grown without chemical fertilizers or pesticides.

You can find our produce at the farm on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. or by appointment during the week. We also will be providing our produce in the future to the Tri Community Co-op baskets and Natural Elements baskets out of Wrightwood and Phelan respectively. To keep up with our progress at Moonstruck Farms email us and ask to be added to our distribution list where we send out available produce lists, farm updates, recipes, meat deposit notifications etc.


Listing last updated on Oct 26, 2013

Schedule and Location:

Moonstruck Farms Open on Saturdays
Call or email for Availability
9- 2 p.m. or by Appointment Monday-Friday
5137 Cygnet Road

Latest Reviews

I tried your chickens via one of our Collective members and it was Amazing! So glad to find an honest poultry producer close enough to supply our needs.

I have been buying vegetables and eggs from Moonstruck farms for over 5 years now. I have watched it grow through the backbreaking work of the owner, her willingness to research and learn all she can, and her spirit of never giving up! This farm is such a blessing to our community and my family in particular.... [more]

My family and I are blessed to have Moonstruck Farms right in our neighborhood. I am spoiled by their eggs, and delivery right on our doorstep. I've pretty much decided to give up on my little pitiful tomato plants this year, and just buy from them.... [more]

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From Our Blog

One more turkey harvest to go.


Turkeys in the freezer sold out today with 11 harvested today to be bagged and weighed tomorrow.  14 are left in the pen of which 8 are sold with the remaining being "pending sales" taken from a waiting list.... [more]

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