Walking around our farm you can see our honey bees buzzing, chickens pecking and scratching around between laying eggs and worms composting our kitchen scraps and lawn waste. This nutrient rich compost is then transferred to one of our many gardens. Most of the produce we grow comes from heirloom plants and seeds using organic growing methods. We would love to share products from our gardens, eggs, honey and other items from the farm with you.
Our Farm-To-You program makes deliveries to offices and neighborhood communities. You can find us parked just outside the door of your office or neighborhood clubhouse during one of our scheduled stops. For the short time we are parked, you can purchase items that are in season at that time. Depending on the season, items could include:
Composting Worms Vermicompost Heirloom Seedling Plants Eggs Honey Produce in season Herbs Fruit
We are currently setting up our delivery schedule for the 2018 Spring/Summer season. We would love to add your neighborhood or business to our schedule of stops! You can meet us at a central location where we will bring fresh produce and products from the farm to you for purchase. No need to drive out of your way to a farmers market. To get on our schedule, contact us below, or email us at email@example.com for more information. We plan to start deliveries the week of April 16th.
Who We Are
It is my background as a farm owner, accountant, business owner and educator that has lead me to where I am today This diversity in my background comes together for the perfect combination of knowledge and experience to provide you with quality products and to teach you how to grow some of your own food.
Our Little Barnyard was founded in 1996. Originally, the farm raised a large variety of meat and show animals. For the past decade we have been transitioning to a sustainable living farm with a focus on growing healthy produce and teaching others to do the same. We work with nature to be good stewards of our natural resources and systems. Our focus is on building and maintaining healthy soil, growing nutrient rich produce, and promoting biodiversity among plants, animals and microorganisms found in the ecosystem of our farm. Through education, we can train you to do the same right in your own backyard. A family can grow a lot of their own food in a very small space. For more on this, check out our workshops.