At Turkey Hill Farm we grow vegetables and fruits for market and select local restaurants. In Fall, Winter and Spring we grow Lettuces, traditional Southern greens, Asian greens, arugula, carrots, turnips, Brassicas, radishes, scallions, green garlic, turmeric, ginger, and Satsumas. In Summer we have Heirloom Tomatoes, Elephant garlic, Shallots, Summer Squash, Sweet Basil, Peppers, Eggplant, Figs, Pears, Muscadine Grapes, Roselle, and Wild Blueberries. We send out our "Farm Report" by email on Fridays to let people know what we will have for sale at the markets and what is going on at the farm and in the area. If you would like to receive the farm report please email us.
Our seasonal produce is available year round on Saturdays at the Tallahassee Farmers' Market [Market Square, Timberlane Road] see below
Sunday June 10, 2018 Annual Tomato Feastival at the farm. 4-8 pm a fundraiser for the Red Hills Small Farm Alliance. Our local online market is open year round, at www.rhomarket.com A service of the Red Hills Small Farm Alliance. Email us for our weekly farm report. We email weekly to tell what we will have at the market.
Markets on LocalHarvest
Know a market serving this farm? Tell them to connect here on LocalHarvest!
Schedule and Location:
Saturday is our main market day year round
8:00am - noonish
Tallahassee Farmers Market
Market Square Shopping Center
1415 Timberlane Road near US319 and I10
ONLINE Farmers Market www.rhomarket.com Sundays - Tuesdays year round
I have been using this farm for over a year now thru www.rhomarket.com and shopping with them on sat.at the market square pavilion. Outstanding fruits vegetables and medical herbs.... [more]
Thanks for the tomato plants. They are beautiful, delicious, and such a great variety. Daryl and Donnie
See All Reviews
Turkey Hill Farm's CSA is the third CSA we have tried...and finally we are very, very happy! The produce is abundant and wonderful, and we get a true diversity of seasonal veggies, fruits and other goodies.... [more]
From Our Blog
Grandmother Lillian's Kumquat Marmalade
Lillian Totten?s Kumquat Marmalade First Day: wash slice and seed kumquats* use an equal amount of water by weight to fruit let stand overnight.2 c water = 1lb of Kumquats Second Day: boil until tender Third Day: boil 30 minutes, weigh and add equal amount of sugar.... [more]