Reviews for: Wagner Farms

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By: michelle smith    (Aug 12, 2009)

1. Everytime I call Wagner's I get voice mail. It would be nice to speak to a live person. 2. I went in to Wagner's today and two children (one under 7 the other probably under 13) were the only ones inside to help. I asked if they had black eyed peas, finally after argueing as to who was going to go ask another staff member, a man approached me that did not speak english. Finally after about 10 minutes of waiting a woman came out and told me they did not have any. This is not the first time this has happened. I hope this review helps them to fix the problem, otherwise I will seek produce elsewhere.

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Jason Cordoba says:    (May 25, 2010)

Please take into consideration this is a family owned and operated business. In the ten minutes you waited to find out if there were black-eye peas you could have looked yourself since the store is not that big. Do you realize all food is organic? And grown in the fields down the road - So Mrs. Smith...Maybe you should go shop at your local walmart where you will find plenty of phones on poles do call for help in the massive isles of products from China. Or go back to the farm, drink some apple cider and relax and take in the country culture. What is the rush?

Michele Breaux says:    (Sep 17, 2010)

I haven't had any problems at Wagner Farms. We make a point of driving past all the Walmarts and grocery stores to get our sacks of peppers from Wagner. The people always been nice and the produce is top notch.

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By: Barbara R. Deniston    (Aug 7, 2008)

From the freshest produce to the friendliest family, it just doesn't get any better. For many years, my family members have traveled from Arizona and Colorado to get together for chile roasting at the Wagner Farm where we stuff ourselves with the delicious food offered at the lunch counter then pick out the very best Sandia Hots to be roasted for us. Sometimes there is live music which adds to the festive atmosphere. The variety of fresh vegetables is amazing and the flavor incomparable! Last but not least is their apple cider...not available until the Fall but likely to be the best cider you'll ever taste.

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