Vesterfield Farms

At Vesterfield Farms our vegetables are naturally grown with a commitment to high quality, great taste, and nutritional value. We believe that in order for the food that sustains us to reach its full potential, the soil in which it grows should be as healthy as possible. Our soil's fertility is built by composting, crop rotation, and cover-cropping. We farm in a sustainable and natural way so you can feel confident that you are feeding your family incredibly nutritious food that is pesticide and herbicide free. We grow and sell to others only what we eat ourselves.

Free range hens provide jumbo brown eggs that we eat and sell to repeat customers. All eggs are graded and candled by a certified grader. Bees from our hives make a very light and mild honey mostly from the first wild flowers and trees that bloom in the spring.

Listing last updated on Apr 16, 2013

We want to help bring about a change in how we all eat. Today, the average consumer is very far removed from the food on their plate; both physically and intellectually. We don't know where it comes from, how it's grown, or even what it is for that matter, as long as it's cheap, somewhat tasty, and convenient. We want you to know that it is indeed broccoli on your plate, that it grew in the dirt, was not sprayed with any chemicals and came from someone you know down the road.



Schedule and Location:

Cochran Farmers Market, Cochran GA
Saturdays, 8:00am to 12:00
May 14, 2011 is first market day

Mulberry Street Market, Macon GA
Wednesdays, 4:30pm to 7:00pm

Intermational City Farmers Market, Warner Robins Thursdays, 2:00pm to 6:00pm



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We found the Smiths at the Cochran farmer's market last year. They are such awesome people, always smiling, willing to stop to talk and give advice. Their produce is amazing, too, even if all we got some weeks were the amazing home-cooked pork rinds.... [more]

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Will there be a frost?

2011-03-27

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

As I sit here with seeds to plant I wonder if there will be another frost.... [more]


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