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farms The Last Organic Outpost

 Houston, TX   

Locally Grown, Chemically-Free Vegetables and Herbs from a non-profit volunteer run Farm and Art outpost in Houston's neglected east side. And everyone is welcome to join us! The Emile Street Community Learning Farm produce is available for sale to the public, restaurants, co-ops and CSAs.  more...


farms Barretts Gamebird Farm

 houston, TX   

At Barretts Quail Farm we are striving to produce the finest gamebirds for you to enjoy with family and friends. We offer fully dressed quail that are pre packed 2 per package for $11.00. We also offer pheasant for $5.00 per pound. Barretts also has gluten free quail for sell to the individuals that can not have it in their diet.  more...


farms Rommels Farm

 Thompsons, TX   

Rommels Farm is family owed 40 acres farm. Part of pecan trees, pasture, pond and a creek. We sell all natural and free-range chicken in different breeds,goats, cattle, pigs,ducks,pigeon, Brown and colored egg chicken(araucanas) $3.00 a dozen.  more...


farms Hammond Farm

 New Caney, TX   

Hammond Farm has been raising goats since 1999 and started as a 4H project. Today we are a State Certified Dairy offering a variety of Chevre and Feta Goat Cheeses to delight your taste buds. Our goat milk soap is made from high quality vegetable and essential oils. Our lotion contains an all natural FDA approved preservative.  more...


farms Green Acres

 Dayton, TX   

We started raising Boer goats in February 2006, but within 2 years, we switched to Nubians. We now raise purebred registered and unregistered Nubian goats, french lop rabbits, & chickens (Production Reds, Special Blacks, and Plymouth Rocks). We have frozen fresh raw goats milk available for use in making soaps, lotions, cheeses, etc.  more...


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