Vendor Spotlight: Belle Vie Farm

Belle Vie raises ducks, chickens, turkeys, and pigs on their family farm. They prioritize freshness, bringing farm-fresh meat and eggs to the market as well as products made in their commercial kitchen, like sausages and pâtés. All of their products are made using exclusively farm yields. Belle Vie practices rotational grazing, and all of their […]

Vendor Spotlight: Taylor Farm

Jill & Ward Taylor intentionally farm the best food they can, not overworking the land with any one crop and instead raise livestock in manageable numbers and various crops that they rotate regularly. Taylor’s Farm is based in Lexington, TX and specializes in seasonal vegetables and herbs grown with organic practices. They never use pesticides, […]

Vendor Spotlight: Shirttail Creek Farm

Shirttail Creek Farm provides grass fed and finished beef and pasture raised chicken and eggs to local markets and distributors. On their family-run farm, they prioritize animal welfare and soil health, investing in foraging crops like legumes that promote sustainable and replenishing grazing practices and reduce the need for outside intervention. Their high-quality eggs have a […]

Vendor Spotlight: B5 Farm

  B5 Farm grows a mix of delicious vegetables, but specializes in tomatoes. Their greenhouses allow them to create their own season, offering fresh, juicy tomatoes beyond the typical Texas season. They do not use synthetic chemicals on their crops, and proudly share their high quality produce with market shoppers and various local restaurants. They […]

Vendor Spotlight: Bouldin Food Forest

Permaculture is a methodology for designing ecosystems that closely mimic nature. At Bouldin Food Forest, farmer Ben McConnell follows these methods to create a sustainable farm that grows vegetables, greens, herbs and fruits. Located an hour northeast of Austin, Ben designed his farm to protect the health and well-being of the surrounding area. That meant […]