Where do we go, and when can you find us there? We try to be at every market consistently, but we do run a ranch, and sometimes other stuff MUST be attended to. We do not sell from the ranch. So, if you would some of our product you will have to attend one of our farmers markets. The calendar is linked to the markets we attend with a map. Scroll down below the calendar to read more about each market. The market names are linked to that market's web page, or Facebook page if they don't have an active web page. Click through to learn more about the market.
Kingwood Farmer's Market Thursdays-Summer hours 3-7, Winter hours 2-6 Every week, year round At Kingwood Drive and W. Lake Houston Parkway Behind the Burger King and McDonald's in Town Center Park Selling beef, chicken & sausage See the map here.
Nassau Bay Farmer's Market Saturdays 10-2pm, every week At Erma's Nutrition Center, in the strip center on Upper Bay Road, off of NASA Rd 1,right across from the Johnson Space Center gate #1. Selling beef, chicken & sausage. Erma's Nutrition Center is usually stocked with our hamburger, bones and other cuts in their freezers.If you cannot make it to the market, then this is a great option. In the freezers on the back wall in two locations. See the map here.
Eleanora's Market in the Heights Saturdays 9am-1pm in the cooler seasons, 8-noon during the hottest weeks of the summer. Located at Cavatore's Italian Restaurant on Ella and 21st St. Not far from 610 and 290. Selling beef, chicken and sausage. If you live West of midtown, or out off 290 or 249, then this is your best best. See the map here
Galveston's Own Farmer's Market Sunday's 9-1, 9-12 for the hot summer months. We ONLY go the last Sunday of the month, but the market is open every Sunday. located right near the Strand, Rail Road Museum and the Cruise Ships at 2508 Post Office. At this time we only attend the Sunday market. They have a Thursday market at a different location. Click the name to find out more. Selling beef, chicken and sausage. See the map here.
We are interested in stocking our product in other stores. If you know of a store that would be interested, please let us know.
We get many requests to see our ranch, however, there is really not much too it. It is a field, with wire fence, with cows standing around, and trees here and there. Because it is just a field, we really do not offer tours, as there is nothing much to see. However, please feel free to contact us about anything, then call, email, text, facebook...see the map of where are fields are located, here. Feel free to drive past. If you still feel the need to be one with the chickens or stand in the middle of a field, call Ray. He will arrange a time to meet you, open the gate, and give you the non-tour. We are not a great agra-tourism spot right now, but we know that sometimes you just want to know the chicken that you will eat, or meet your calf before it is packaged, so you can respect that life that is given better. But really, there is not much at all to see.