Reviews for: Amy's Farm
My favorite farmer!
By: Davey .. (Aug 4, 2015)
I know farmer Randy for a few years now and he is an inspiration. They have so much going on over there, you have to pay them a visit! Buy their produce, book a tour, and volunteer!
Wonderful Local Farm
By: (Nov 14, 2014)
Amy's Farm is truly a hidden gem! First of all Farmer Randy and Amy are so kind and you'll see them on the farm everyday. I love the child education classes that are held here which have given my daughter priceless experiences. Their produce and eggs are absolutely fresh. There are times when you are allowed to harvest your own delicious produce...It doesn't get any better than this. I tell all my friends and family about this farm and I look forward to my trips here to the farm stand.
By: Ruth Aine (Jan 30, 2012)
Amy's farm is not only run by wonderful people, the food is always fresh and delicious! My husband and I have purchased our Thanksgiving turkey, weekly veggies/fruits, heirloom tomato start up plants, eggs, worm casting, and more from Amy's and have always been more than satisfied with the products purchased. I would give Amy's 10 stars if I could!
Amy's Farm is the best!
By: Chelsie Lee (Aug 26, 2011)
I really love Amy's Farm. Amy and Randy are some of the nicest people you will ever meet and they grow the best produce around. I also love that you can get fresh eggs and even chicken and turkey from time to time. Our Saturday farm pickup is usually the highlight of our weekend and I recommend this CSA to everyone I know. Join me at Amy's Farm, you won't regret it!
Absolutely fantastic produce and super friendly + welcoming!
By: Lesterbelly (Jun 9, 2011)
I love coming on Saturday mornings to pick up fresh produce with my toddler. There is even a 'petting zoo' corral with sheep and goats and our favorite is being able to walk out into the fields and pick fresh herbs (they provide many herbs for free!) and sometimes veggies (like the u-pick peas. SUCH a hit with my toddler!) We try and come every Saturday. I want my boy to know where food comes from. I think it's good for the immune system to have cow poop in your shoes.
Thanks Amy's Farm. You guys kick butt.
By: bpacker (Feb 7, 2009)
Our kindergarten class took a field trip to this farm and it was wonderful! The owners are very knowledgable and we had a blast learning all about their farm.
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says: (Feb 11, 2009)
I am involved with the Claremont /Organic Farmer's Market, in Claremont, CA. on Wednesday nights as a Worm-product distributer. The people at Amy's Farms were very helpful and very caring, taking a lot of their time showing me all about their farm and products. If it weren't for them I may not have gotten involved at all. Thank You Amy's Farms! David, from Organic Solutions, email@example.com