University of Missouri Extension

Missouri Fruit and Vegetable Growers Database Listing

Growers in Missouri


Crops Grown:
Peppers, Hot

A TASTE OF THE KINGDOM
Kingdom City, MO
Adair County
Phone: 
  • (573)592-7373
  • (Office) (573)592-8680
  • (573)592-4946 (fax)
    E-mail: 
  • hotstuff@tasteofkingdom.com
    Web Address: 
  • www.tasteofkingdom.com
  • Method of Growing: Declared Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: We use our produce to manufacture and sell a line of gourmet pepper jellies, apple crunches, and horseradish jelly designed for use as a condiment, glaze, or baste on meat, cheese, poultry, seafood, and wild game. With an increase in product sales, there has come a need to rely on other farmers in the area for produce to make the jellies. Assisted by grants from the Missouri Department of Agriculture Sustainable Ag Pragram and the AgriMissouri Program, the company has contracted with 12 Missouri Farmers to grow about 20,000 chile pepper plants for the 2001 season. A Taste of the Kingdom hopes to expand its network of Missouri contract farmers and increase its contribution to the economic growth of the state and mid-Missouri. For more information please contact the company's web site at www.tasteofkingdom.com


    Crops Grown:
    Beets Cantaloupes Eggplant Green Beans Okra Pumpkin Radish Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes Turnips Watermelons

    George Glaspie
    Greentop, MO
    Adair County
    E-mail: 
  • Bellesmom@Hotmail.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Asparagus Beets Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Gourds Green Beans Herbs Lettuce Okra Onions Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Potato, Irish Potato, Sweet Pumpkin Spinach Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Tomatoes Turnips Watermelons

    Ramona's Plants
    Troy, MO
    Adair County
    Phone: 
  • 636-462-4058
    E-mail: 
  • jpro4058@aol.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Located 2 miles from Highway 47 on Highway H. We also have flowers and bedding plants for sale from April 1 to July 1.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Beets Blackberries Blueberries Cabbage Cantaloupes Corn Cucumbers Green Beans Herbs Lettuce Okra Onions Other Fruit Crops Peaches Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Potato, Irish Potato, Sweet Spinach Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Tomatoes Watermelons

    Harold Peek
    St. Joseph, MO
    Andrew County
    E-mail: 
  • hdpeek@ccp.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: Additional Fruit Crops - apricots and raspberries


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Asparagus Corn Nuts other than pecans Pears Tomatoes

    King's Garden
    Savannah, MO
    Andrew County
    Phone: 
  • 816-364-3797
  • 816-261-2939
    E-mail: 
  • jamie_king@msn.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Apples Blackberries Carrots Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Grapes Herbs Lettuce Nectarines Okra Onions Other Fruit Crops Other Vegetables Peaches Pears Peas, English Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Plums Spinach Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Tomatoes

    Rickie Hubbard
    Amazonia, MO
    Andrew County
    Phone: 
  • 816-475-2442
  • 816-475-9249 (fax)
    E-mail: 
  • melissa_hubbard@hotmail.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: Additional crops: cherries(sweet & sour), apricots, gooseberries, rhubarb, horseradish. Also sell jams, jellies, and fresh baked goods.


    Crops Grown:
    Beets Blackberries Broccoli Cabbage Cucumbers Grapes Green Beans Herbs Lettuce Onions Other Fruit Crops Peas, English Peas, Southern Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Potato, Irish Radish Spinach Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes Turnips

    Rob Moser
    St. Joseph, MO
    Andrew County
    Phone: 
  • 816-662-3606
    E-mail: 
  • robmoser1111@hotmail.com
  • Method of Growing: Declared Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Additional crop: raspberries


    Crops Grown:
    Herbs

    Ronna Farnsworth
    Savannah, MO
    Andrew County
    Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: perennials


    Crops Grown:
    Asparagus Beets Blackberries Blueberries Cantaloupes Cucumbers Eggplant Gourds Green Beans Okra Ornamental Corn Pears Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Pumpkin Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Tomatoes Watermelons

    Maxwell Gardens
    Laddonia, MO
    Audrain County
    E-mail: 
  • maxhc@earthlink.net
  • Method of Growing: Declared Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market


  • Crops Grown:
    Cantaloupes Corn Cucumbers Gourds Green Beans Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Pumpkin Squash, Summer Strawberries Tomatoes Watermelons

    Sunnydale Farms
    Centralia, MO
    Audrain County
    Phone: 
  • (573) 682-2128
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Beets Cabbage Cucumbers Eggplant Green Beans Lettuce Okra Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Potato, Sweet Spinach Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Tomatoes Turnips

    Willis Organic Farms
    Washburn, MO
    Barry County
    Phone: 
  • 417-826-5876
  • 417-847-4350
  • 417-847-8902 (fax)
  • Method of Growing: Declared Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: Member of Missouri Organic Assosciation. Can grow the crop preorder for specific needs. Also sell retail at a natural foods store at Cider Barrel, HCR 81, Box 8286 Cassville, MO 65625. Fax 417-847-8902, phone 417-847-4350.


    Crops Grown:
    Blueberries

    Henry & Linda Whitener
    Glen Allen, MO
    Bollinger County
    Phone: 
  • 573-238-2878
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Hand-hewed log cabin and crafts open during blueberry season.


    Crops Grown:
    Asparagus Blackberries Cantaloupes Cucumbers Eggplant Gourds Green Beans Onions Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Potato, Irish Pumpkin Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes Turnips Watermelons

    Chuck Basye Farms
    Rocheport, MO
    Boone County
    Phone: 
  • 573-698-2906
    E-mail: 
  • basyefarms@aol.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: Open from late June through the end of October. We sell asparagus by appointment only so please call for availability. We appreciate both retail and wholesale customers.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Asparagus Beets Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Green Beans Herbs Lettuce Okra Onions Ornamental Corn Other Vegetables Peaches Pears Peas, English Peas, Southern Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Plums Potato, Irish Potato, Sweet Pumpkin Radish Spinach Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes Turnips Watermelons

    Fertile Crescent Farms
    Columbia, MO
    Boone County
    E-mail: 
  • guyclark@socket.net
    Web Address: 
  • http://members.sockets.net/~guyclark
  • Method of Growing: Declared Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: GARLIC!! Host of other vegetables and unusual, extra-tasty varieties of listed vegetables.


    Crops Grown:
    Cantaloupes Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Green Beans Onions Ornamental Corn Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Pumpkin Squash, Winter Tomatoes Watermelons

    Mila Farms, L.L.C
    Columbia, MO
    Boone County
    Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Apples Asparagus Blackberries Blueberries Cantaloupes Carrots Cucumbers Gourds Grapes Herbs Nuts other than pecans Onions Other Fruit Crops Peaches Pears Peas, English Peppers, Bell Potato, Sweet Squash, Winter Tomatoes

    Missouri Naturals
    Hallsville, MO
    Boone County
    Phone: 
  • 573-696-0316
    E-mail: 
  • jacurry@midamerica.net
  • Method of Growing: Declared Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: We are concentrating on vegetables and small fruits for 2012 as our 40+ experimental varieties of heritage apple either mature with organic methods in our Missouri climate or get removed. By 2015 we should have a nice selection of modern and antique fruit.


    Crops Grown:
    Gourds

    Newby/Newkirk
    Harrisburg, MO
    Boone County
    Phone: 
  • 573-4435338
    E-mail: 
  • http://newbyl@charter.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market


  • Crops Grown:
    Asparagus Blackberries Corn Cucumbers Gourds Green Beans Ornamental Corn Other Fruit Crops Pumpkin Strawberries

    Pick & Pick
    Columbia, MO
    Boone County
    Phone: 
  • (573)999-4036
  • (573)449-8031
    E-mail: 
  • pickandpick@centurytel.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: We also grow raspberries.


    Crops Grown:
    Cantaloupes Corn Cucumbers Green Beans Onions Ornamental Corn Peas, English Peppers, Bell Potato, Irish Pumpkin Radish Squash, Summer Tomatoes Turnips Watermelons

    Ronald K Anderson
    Columbia, MO
    Boone County
    Phone: 
  • 573-445-5260
  • 573-445-1370 (fax)
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Farmers Market
  • Food Buying Cooperative
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: Additional Crops: Zucchini, Wheat Straw


    Crops Grown:
    Blueberries

    SGB Farms
    Hartsburg, MO
    Boone County
    Phone: 
  • 573 657-2989
  • 573 657-2989
  • 573 657-2989 (fax)
    E-mail: 
  • busacker@goldengate.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick

  • Notes: Please call for appointment. Picking on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday mornings and some evenings depending on size of harvest. Early to mid June until approximately the first week-end after the 4th of July. We are located approximately seven miles west of Ashland near Wilton.


    Crops Grown:
    Other Vegetables

    Sunrise Shiitake Farm
    Ashland, MO
    Boone County
    Phone: 
  • 573-657-1497
    E-mail: 
  • sunrise_shiitake@hotmail.com
  • Method of Growing: Declared Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: We grow shiitake on oak logs we have harvested off of our own land.


    Crops Grown:
    Herbs

    Dave & Cheryl Weaver
    Easton, MO
    Buchanan County
    Phone: 
  • 816-253-9182
  • 816-253-1314 (fax)
    E-mail: 
  • dcweaver@ponyexpress.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Sells annual & perennial flowers & herbs


    Crops Grown:
    Corn Onions Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc.

    Debbie Rodriguez
    St. Joseph, MO
    Buchanan County
    Phone: 
  • 816-238-6800
  • 816-238-6800 (fax)
  • Method of Growing: Certified Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Sells an assortment of Mexican dishes at her retail business location and the Farmers Market. The final product includes the following: enchildas, tamales, burritos, mexican cabbage rolls, tamale pie, enchilda bake, chicken sourcream bake, and chili rellano bake, red pork chili, hot green chicken mole, salsa, rice, fideo, refried beans, and pazole.


    Crops Grown:
    Beets Blackberries Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Gourds Green Beans Lettuce Okra Onions Other Fruit Crops Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Potato, Irish Potato, Sweet Pumpkin Radish Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Tomatoes Turnips Watermelons

    Jarred Juhl
    Wathena, MO
    Buchanan County
    Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: Additional crops: raspberries and also sell fresh pork


    Crops Grown:
    Herbs

    Kathy & Joe Bauer
    Easton, MO
    Buchanan County
    Phone: 
  • 816-667-5751
    E-mail: 
  • bfarms@ponyexpress.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Sells - bedding plants, perennials, cut flowers, and speciality container gardens.


    Crops Grown:
    Beets Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Gourds Green Beans Lettuce Okra Onions Ornamental Corn Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Potato, Irish Pumpkin Radish Spinach Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes Turnips Watermelons

    Lanny & Ryan Frakes
    Rushville, MO
    Buchanan County
    Phone: 
  • 816-688-7820
  • 816-688-7820 (fax)
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Blackberries Cantaloupes Corn Cucumbers Green Beans Onions Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes Watermelons

    Liz & Herb Cline
    Helena, MO
    Buchanan County
    Phone: 
  • 816-369-3905
  • 816-369-2736
    E-mail: 
  • hdlfarms@earthlink.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Also sells landscape rocks from the pasture and farm eggs


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Asparagus Peaches Pears Plums Strawberries Tomatoes

    Steve Clemens
    Amity , MO
    Buchanan County
    Phone: 
  • 816-449-5614
    E-mail: 
  • sclemens@cameron.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market


  • Crops Grown:
    Blackberries Corn Cucumbers Green Beans Pumpkin Squash, Summer Strawberries Tomatoes

    Kearbey Strawberry Farm
    Poplar Bluff, MO
    Butler County
    E-mail: 
  • Lee@kearbey.com
    Web Address: 
  • http://www.kearbey.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market


  • Crops Grown:
    Peppers, Hot

    A TASTE OF THE KINGDOM
    Kingdom City, MO
    Callaway County
    Phone: 
  • (573)592-7373
  • (Office) (573)592-8680
  • (573)592-4946 (fax)
    E-mail: 
  • hotstuff@tasteofkingdom.com
    Web Address: 
  • www.tasteofkingdom.com
  • Method of Growing: Declared Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: We use our produce to manufacture and sell a line of gourmet pepper jellies, apple crunches, and horseradish jelly designed for use as a condiment, glaze, or baste on meat, cheese, poultry, seafood, and wild game. With an increase in product sales, there has come a need to rely on other farmers in the area for produce to make the jellies. Assisted by grants from the Missouri Department of Agriculture Sustainable Ag Pragram and the AgriMissouri Program, the company has contracted with 12 Missouri Farmers to grow about 20,000 chile pepper plants for the 2001 season. A Taste of the Kingdom hopes to expand its network of Missouri contract farmers and increase its contribution to the economic growth of the state and mid-Missouri. For more information please contact the company's web site at www.tasteofkingdom.com


    Crops Grown:
    Blackberries

    Adams Farm
    Camdenton, MO
    Camden County
    Phone: 
  • 573-216-4393
  • 573-216-1465
    E-mail: 
  • margieadams@netzero.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Fresh Tame Blackberries picked at our farm. Call to place order, we will call you back when your order has been picked. Ripe in July


    Crops Grown:
    Beets Blackberries Cantaloupes Corn Cucumbers Green Beans Lettuce Okra Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Potato, Irish Potato, Sweet Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Tomatoes Turnips

    J & T Country Store
    Roach, MO
    Camden County
    Phone: 
  • 573-347-3500
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: We are located 8 miles North of Greenview on Hwy 7. We sell home canned products from home grown produce.


    Crops Grown:
    Blackberries Herbs Lettuce Other Vegetables Pecans

    ShowMe Fresh Farm
    Cape Girardeau, MO
    Cape Girardeau County
    Phone: 
  • 573-334-0287
    E-mail: 
  • showmefarm@clas.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: We grow all of our lettuce, greens, herbs and edible flowers by Hydroponics. We use all natural processes, and do not use any chemicals or insecticides.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Pumpkin

    Stanley Beggs, Pioneer Apple Orchards
    Jackson, MO
    Cape Girardeau County
    Phone: 
  • 573-243-8008
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Gourds Ornamental Corn Pumpkin Squash, Winter

    Ted Lanpher, Lanpher Pumpkin Farm
    Advance, MO
    Cape Girardeau County
    Phone: 
  • 573-722-3268
    E-mail: 
  • Lanpher@webtv.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: We also sell straw and antiques.


    Crops Grown:
    Asparagus Beets Blackberries Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Green Beans Lettuce Okra Onions Peas, English Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Potato, Irish Potato, Sweet Radish Spinach Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Tomatoes Turnips Watermelons

    Clearbrook Farm
    Cleveland Mo, MO
    Cass County
    Phone: 
  • 816-590-1718
  • 816-619-2348
    E-mail: 
  • clearbrookfarm@netzero.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: We have stands throughout the season at the Overland Park, Blue Valley, Merriam, and Louisburg markets in Kansas, and the Belton market in Missouri. Please call 816-590-1718 for any additional information.


    Crops Grown:
    Blackberries Blueberries

    The Berry Patch
    Cleveland, MO
    Cass County
    Phone: 
  • 816-658-3663
  • 816-618-3771
    Web Address: 
  • www.theberrypatchonline.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Blackberries Cucumbers Green Beans Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Pumpkin Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Tomatoes Watermelons

    Cameron Farms
    Fair Play, MO
    Cedar County
    Phone: 
  • 417-276-3195
  • 417-894-9420
    E-mail: 
  • cameron3152yahoo.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: Cameron Farms is a family owned and operated producer of fresh vegatables and produce. We serve several area markets and are looking at expanding to other markets in the near future.


    Crops Grown:
    Corn

    Johnson's Hillcrest Tree Farm
    Triplett, MO
    Chariton County
    Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: Christmas trees - Scotch and white pine Squirrel corn - 5lb and 6.5lb bags in attractive packaging and UPC coded Gift shop - tours and demonstrations. Farm Directions: 2 miles east of Triplett on Hwy. M


    Crops Grown:
    Beets Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Carrots Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Gourds Green Beans Lettuce Okra Ornamental Corn Peas, Southern Peppers, Bell Potato, Irish Pumpkin Radish Spinach Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Turnips Watermelons

    Campbell's Fresh Market
    Clever, MO
    Christian County
    E-mail: 
  • cfm411@cs.com
    Web Address: 
  • http://www.campbellsmazedaze.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: In Sept. and Oct. our farm is open to the public featuring a corn maze, petting zoo, hayrides, pumpkin painting, kiddie play area, picnics, bonfires, family games, u-pick, garden tours, plus we sell produce and fall decoratives. Group packages also available. Special weekend events include: Country Social Daze - Aug. 31 to Sept. 8th. featuring special family activities and discount maze rates. Country Fair Weekend - Sept. 14th and 15th featuring old-fashioned games, music and square dancing. Christian Band Weekend (Explosion of Praise) Sept. 28th and 29th. Haunted Maze on Fridays and Saturdays from Oct. 11th to Oct. 26th plus Halloween night.


    Crops Grown:
    Beets Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Carrots Corn Cucumbers Gourds Green Beans Lettuce Okra Ornamental Corn Peas, Southern Potato, Irish Potato, Sweet Pumpkin Radish Spinach Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Turnips

    Campbell's Fresh Market
    Clever, MO
    Christian County
    E-mail: 
  • cfm411@cs.com
    Web Address: 
  • http://www.campbellsmazedaze.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Asparagus Blackberries Blueberries Gourds Peaches Pumpkin Squash, Winter Strawberries

    Ozark Mountain Orchard
    Highlandville, MO, MO
    Christian County
    Phone: 
  • 417-443-3343
    E-mail: 
  • ozarkmtnorchard@aol.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market


  • Crops Grown:
    Asparagus Beets Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Carrots Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Green Beans Herbs Lettuce Okra Onions Peas, English Peas, Southern Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Potato, Irish Potato, Sweet Radish Spinach Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes Turnips Watermelons

    Bigg Blue Farm
    Liberty MO, MO
    Clay County
    Phone: 
  • 816-824-4182
    E-mail: 
  • stan@biggbluefarm.com
    Web Address: 
  • http//BiggBlueFarm.com
  • Method of Growing: Transitional to Organic Certification

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market


  • Crops Grown:
    Corn Gourds Green Beans Ornamental Corn Pumpkin Squash, Winter

    Carolyn's Country Cousins Pumpkin Patch
    Liberty , MO
    Clay County
    Phone: 
  • 816-781-9196
  • 816-853-3043
  • NA (fax)
    E-mail: 
  • raaschew@mindspring.com
    Web Address: 
  • http://www.carolynscountrycousins.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: We have 40 acres of U-Pick Pumpkins and are open from the 3rd weekend in Sept. until the end of Oct. We are open 7 days a week and have a gift shop, petting farm, hayrides, country food, live entertainment on the weekends and much more. We have quite an extensive agri-entertainment complex which also includes


    Crops Grown:
    Corn Cucumbers Gourds Green Beans Pumpkin Squash, Winter Tomatoes

    Looper Farms
    Holt, MO
    Clay County
    Phone: 
  • 816-918-2766
    E-mail: 
  • looperfarms@aol.com
    Web Address: 
  • http://looperfarms.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Farmers Market


  • Crops Grown:
    Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Gourds Herbs Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Pumpkin Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes Watermelons

    Windy Ridge Greenhouse and Produce
    Plattsburg, MO
    Clinton County
    Phone: 
  • 816-930-2175
    E-mail: 
  • williamlhanks482@centurytel.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Asparagus Beets Blackberries Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Gourds Grapes Green Beans Herbs Lettuce Nuts other than pecans Okra Onions Ornamental Corn Other Fruit Crops Other Vegetables Peaches Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Potato, Irish Potato, Sweet Pumpkin Spinach Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Tomatoes Turnips Watermelons

    Gene's Fresh Fruits and Vegetables (Gene Walther)
    Boonville, MO
    Cooper County
    Phone: 
  • 660-882-7230
  • 660-882-3125
    E-mail: 
  • walther@socket.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale
  • Mail Order

  • Notes: Also have hulless purdue popcorn and honey from the hives as well for sale to the public.


    Crops Grown:
    Peppers, Bell Peppers, Misc. Squash, Summer Tomatoes

    Nieman Gardens
    Lockwood, MO
    Dade County
    Phone: 
  • 8882324137
  • 4172324137
    E-mail: 
  • niemangardens@keinet.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Apples Cabbage Cantaloupes Corn Cucumbers Green Beans Peas, Southern Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Squash, Summer Tomatoes

    TK Farms
    Louisburg, MO
    Dallas County
    Phone: 
  • 417-752-0468
  • 417-770-3079
  • 417-752-0468 (fax)
    E-mail: 
  • TKFarms@yahoo.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: We are new at farming produce in this large of an amount but we have the land to do this. We could use some help and guidance.We are currently registered as growers of rabbits for Pel-freez in Arkansas. We had a small garden last year and went to a few of the farmers markets but are planning a larger production of vegetables this year to be sold both at the farm and at a wholesale market place. We would greatly appreciate a call to help us get it right the first time. Tom and Karen Cross TK Farms


    Crops Grown:
    Beets Blackberries Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Gourds Green Beans Lettuce Okra Onions Ornamental Corn Other Vegetables Peas, English Peas, Southern Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Potato, Irish Potato, Sweet Pumpkin Radish Spinach Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Tomatoes Turnips Watermelons

    Clifford & Erma Snodgrass
    Stewartsville, MO
    DeKalb County
    Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Additional crops - garlic, chinese cabbage, cauliflower


    Crops Grown:
    Asparagus Beets Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Carrots Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Green Beans Herbs Lettuce Onions Other Fruit Crops Other Vegetables Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Potato, Irish Radish Spinach Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes Turnips Watermelons

    Joe, Glenda, Rebecca Aughinbaugh
    Stewartsville, MO
    DeKalb County
    Phone: 
  • 816-669-3501
    E-mail: 
  • aughinbaugh@juno.com
  • Method of Growing: Declared Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Additional crops: red & black raspberries, sugar snap peas, arugula, swiss chard.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Blackberries Strawberries

    Virginia Hawxby
    Stewartsville, MO
    DeKalb County
    Phone: 
  • 816-667-5279
    E-mail: 
  • vrh@ccp.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Also sells container flowers and fresh cut flowers


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Corn Peaches

    Bill Bader, Bader Farms
    Campbell, MO
    Dunklin County
    Phone: 
  • 573-246-2528
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Pecans

    Dimitri's Pecan Orchard
    Kennett, MO
    Dunklin County
    Phone: 
  • 573-888-3730
  • 573-888-4340
    E-mail: 
  • dimitri@semopecans.com
    Web Address: 
  • http://www.semopecans.com/
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: We do custom cracking and shelling for customers who bring their own pecans.


    Crops Grown:
    Corn Pecans

    Eugene Bader, Bader Pecan Farms
    Campbell, MO
    Dunklin County
    Phone: 
  • 573-328-4985
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Pecans

    Jimmy McClain
    Kennett, MO
    Dunklin County
    Phone: 
  • 573-888-4652
  • 573-888-3686
    E-mail: 
  • jimmymcclain@hotmail.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Mail Order


  • Crops Grown:
    Cantaloupes Pumpkin Tomatoes Watermelons

    John C. Hays, John Hays Produce
    Campbell, MO
    Dunklin County
    Phone: 
  • 573-246-2308; 573-624-9575 (Cell)
  • 573-246-3401
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Cantaloupes Tomatoes Watermelons

    Kenneth Hays, KD Hays Farms
    Campbell, MO
    Dunklin County
    Phone: 
  • 573-246-2048 (Home)
  • 573-934-0684 (Farm)
    E-mail: 
  • kdhays@i1.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Cantaloupes Watermelons

    Steve Tice, Tice Produce
    Kennett, MO
    Dunklin County
    Phone: 
  • 573-888-2339
  • 573-888-9854
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Cantaloupes Corn Watermelons

    Terry Fuller Farms
    Kennett, MO
    Dunklin County
    Phone: 
  • 573-888-0768
  • 573-717-0007
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Watermelons

    Wade Estes Farms
    Holcomb , MO
    Dunklin County
    Phone: 
  • 573-888-1523
  • 573-792-3913
  • 573-888-4124 (fax)
    E-mail: 
  • Stephanie.A.Estes@courts.mo.gov
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Green Beans Herbs Lettuce Potato, Sweet Tomatoes

    Berger Bluff Farm
    Berger, MO
    Franklin County
    Phone: 
  • 573-834-5509
    E-mail: 
  • bbfarm@fidnet.com
  • Method of Growing: Certified Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Produce: Assorted in-season produce. Directions: Produce available at Clayton Farmers Market only. Downtown Clayton on North Central between Maryland & Forsyth, Clayton, MO 63105. Hours: Open May 12 - October 27 Sat., 8 a.m.-noon. Member: Missouri Organic Assn.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Cucumbers Green Beans Peppers, Bell Potato, Sweet Pumpkin Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes Turnips

    Engelhart Farm
    Pacific, MO
    Franklin County
    Phone: 
  • 636-742-4047
  • Method of Growing: Declared Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Produce: Many types of tomatoes, peppers, potatoes. Green beans, cucumbers, eggplant, summer & winter squash, pumpkins, turnips, apples. Greenhouse: Bedding plants, vegetable plants, hanging baskets, potted annual flowers, garden mums, perennial hibiscus, hosta, day lily. Specialty items: Ornamental corn, gourds, corn stalks, Donna's hanging wave baskets 7 potted flowers. Cheryl Robinson's natural wreaths, arrangements 7 seasonal herb wreaths. Everything homegrown and homemade since 1922. Old-type general farm with on-farm roadside stand on Historic Rt. 66. We use cover crops and crop rotation instead of chemicals. We use no restricted-use pesticides, soil fumigants, vine killers or post-harvest fungicides. Directions: From St. Louis: Take I-44 west to Pacific, MO, exit (257). ake Hwy 66 (Osage St.) west 1-3/4 miles to farm. From Gray Summit, MO exit: Take Hwy 66 east 1-3/4 miles to farm. Look for farm wagon with a roof. Hours: Mon.-Sat., 10:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Apr. 1 (plants & asparagus)-Oct. 31 (pumpkins, ornamentals, apples, turnips). Greenhouse


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Pumpkin

    Happy Apple
    Washington, MO
    Franklin County
    Phone: 
  • 636-583-5000
  • 1-800-222-7753
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Produce: Apples & pumpkins. Speciatly items: Apple cider and caramel apples. We are a processor, grower, and distributor of fresh apples, caramel apples, cider and pumpkins. Directions: Located on Hwy 47, west of St. Louis, between I-70 & I-44. Hours: August, September and October. Permanent wholesale market.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Nectarines Peaches Plums

    James E. Tune
    Sullivan, MO
    Franklin County
    Phone: 
  • 573 468 4790
  • 573 468 4790 (fax)
    E-mail: 
  • tune@fidnet.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Am also interested in sweet cherries


    Crops Grown:
    Cantaloupes Corn Pumpkin Tomatoes Watermelons

    Pin Oak Farms
    New Haven, MO
    Franklin County
    Phone: 
  • (573) 237-4088
    E-mail: 
  • brunemad@mail.fidnet.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick

  • Notes: Produce: 50 acres of homegrown tomatoes, cantaloupe, pumpkins, watermelon, & sweet corn. Pick-your-own: Pumpkins and fall novelties only. Directions: From I-44 exit at Hwy 100 (exit 251). Travel west through Washington to New Haven, then west of New Haven on Hwy 100 one mile, turn left (south) on Hwy E, one mile to farm. Hours: Weekends in October: Horsedrawn wagon rides to our pumpkin fields. We offer you a great day of country fun.


    Crops Grown:
    Herbs

    Washington Tail Gate
    Washington, MO
    Franklin County
    Phone: 
  • 636-239-2715
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Produce: Only Missouri-grown-produce-fresh vegetables, herbs, fruits, flowers, bedding plants. Directions: I-44 to exit 251, west on Hwy 100 to Washington, MO north (right) on Jefferson St. to Front St., west (left) on Front St. to Oak St. Market is located in parking lot at Front and Oak, on the riverfront. Hours: May-Oct. Open Sat., 7 a.m., beginning mid-June, Open Wed., 3:30 p.m.


    Crops Grown:
    Gourds Ornamental Corn Pumpkin

    Schneider Farms
    Hermann, MO
    Gasconade County
    Phone: 
  • 573-486-5281
  • 573-486-9306
  • 573-486-0901 (fax)
    E-mail: 
  • cdsjws@ktis.net
    Web Address: 
  • http://www.schneiderfarms.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: We also sell straw, hay, and Registered Angus Cattle.


    Crops Grown:
    Herbs Lettuce Peppers, Misc. Spinach Tomatoes

    Aqua-Terra Gardens LLC
    Springfield, MO
    Greene County
    Phone: 
  • 417-833-8535
  • 417-833-8330
    E-mail: 
  • mcneely47@msn.com
  • Method of Growing: Declared Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: We use both aquaponics and hydroponics, I would like to speak to a representative before being put on the list Thanks/Frank


    Crops Grown:
    Pumpkin

    Smith Farms
    Rogersville, MO
    Greene County
    Phone: 
  • 417 - 753 - 3269
    E-mail: 
  • cls661s@smsu.edu
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: We grow 6 varieties of pumpkins, and sell both wholesale and retail.


    Crops Grown:
    Asparagus Beets Blackberries Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Carrots Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Gourds Green Beans Herbs Lettuce Okra Onions Ornamental Corn Other Vegetables Pears Peas, English Peas, Southern Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Potato, Irish Potato, Sweet Pumpkin Radish Spinach Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Tomatoes Turnips Watermelons

    Strawberry Lane Farm
    Trenton, MO
    Grundy County
    Phone: 
  • 660-485-6473
  • 660-485-6100 (fax)
    E-mail: 
  • kampy@grm.net
    Web Address: 
  • http://strawberrylanefarm.com
  • Method of Growing: Certified Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market
  • Mail Order


  • Crops Grown:
    Apples Blackberries Green Beans Peaches

    Willis Elliott Orchard
    Spickard, MO
    Grundy County
    Phone: 
  • (660)485-6297
  • 1-877-363-4807
    E-mail: 
  • www.lhuff@lyn.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: Alfresco dining by reservation only.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Blackberries Blueberries Peaches

    Willis/Elliot Orchard
    Spickard, MO
    Grundy County
    Phone: 
  • 660-485-6297
    E-mail: 
  • lhuff@lyn.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Restaurant services by invitation only.


    Crops Grown:
    Nectarines Peaches

    Shawnee Mound Orchard
    Chilhowee, MO
    Henry County
    Phone: 
  • 660-885-5918
    E-mail: 
  • fruit4u@embarqmail.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Peaches, tree-ripened. We are a small, family operated orchard and strive to produce quality fruit at an affordable price for individual consumers. We do not wholesale fruit or sell large quantities for resale. Located between Warrensburg and Clinton just off Highway 13 on NW 1150 Road in Henry County. We have irregular hours, so please call ahead. 660-885-5918


    Crops Grown:
    Beets Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Carrots Corn Cucumbers Gourds Green Beans Herbs Lettuce Onions Ornamental Corn Other Vegetables Peas, English Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Potato, Irish Radish Spinach Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes Watermelons

    Eldon Roseman
    Mound City, MO
    Holt County
    Method of Growing: Declared Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Also sell farm raised flowers and fresh pork.


    Crops Grown:
    Asparagus Beets Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Carrots Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Gourds Green Beans Lettuce Okra Onions Ornamental Corn Peas, English Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Potato, Irish Potato, Sweet Pumpkin Radish Spinach Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes Turnips Watermelons

    Colvin Farms
    Franklin, MO
    Howard County
    Phone: 
  • (660)848-2412
    E-mail: 
  • gendot@socket.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: Other Products: Painted Gourds


    Crops Grown:
    Asparagus Beets Broccoli Cantaloupes Corn Cucumbers Green Beans Herbs Lettuce Okra Peas, English Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes Turnips Watermelons

    Dawns Heavenly Herbs
    Fayette, MO
    Howard County
    Phone: 
  • (660)248-1800
  • (660) 248-1051 (fax)
    E-mail: 
  • heavener@mcmsys.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market


  • Crops Grown:
    Apples Asparagus Beets Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Carrots Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Gourds Green Beans Herbs Lettuce Okra Onions Ornamental Corn Other Fruit Crops Peaches Peas, English Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Potato, Irish Pumpkin Radish Spinach Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Tomatoes Turnips Watermelons

    The Veggie Patch
    Glasgow, MO
    Howard County
    Phone: 
  • (573) 228-5000
    E-mail: 
  • theveggiepatch@hotmail.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Additional Crops: Kohlrabi cauliflower, cucuzzi Squash, Sweet Corn, Brussel Sprouts, Arugula, Rhubarb, Aditional products: Hanging Baskets, Perennials Bedding Plants


    Crops Grown:
    Blackberries

    Hedlesten Farms
    Brandsville, MO
    Howell County
    Phone: 
  • (417) 255-0064 or 293-3784 Kim
  • (417) 293-0987 James
    E-mail: 
  • jimkim@townsqr.com
  • Method of Growing: Declared Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: I have planted 403 raspberry plants just this spring.(2004) The four varieties are Blackhawk black raspberries, Brandywine purple raspberries, Heritage red raspberries and gourmet Harvest gold yellow raspberries. I do not know what to expect in yield. The reds and yellows should bear until a hard frost, but this is the first year of establishment. I am doing my best to import beneficial insects such as nemotodes and parasitic wasps and to learn about any organic fungicides. I already have lady bugs and have used


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Asparagus Beets Blackberries Blueberries Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Carrots Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Gourds Green Beans Herbs Lettuce Nectarines Okra Onions Other Vegetables Peaches Peas, English Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Plums Potato, Irish Potato, Sweet Pumpkin Radish Spinach Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Tomatoes Turnips Watermelons

    Mountain View Area Farmers Market
    Mtn View, MO
    Howell County
    Phone: 
  • 417 934-5459
    E-mail: 
  • dbc2oaks@yahoo.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Honey is also available. Open: Saturday mornings from 8am to noon. We are a small (15 member) but growing Farmers Market. Our members sell only what they grow or produce locally including value added products and include organic growers, conventional growers and a hydroponic grower.


    Crops Grown:
    Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc.

    Herbal spectrum
    golden city, MO
    Jasper County
    Phone: 
  • 417-537-9109
  • 800-681-2892 (fax)
    E-mail: 
  • jbrinkhoff@msn.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Cantaloupes Carrots Cucumbers Eggplant Peppers, Bell Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes Watermelons

    Bellews Creek Farm
    Hillsboro, MO
    Jefferson County
    Phone: 
  • 636-274-7236
  • Method of Growing: Certified Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Mail Order

  • Notes: A contract subscriber, completely organic farm. Monthly and subscriber fee. If you wish to subscribe, we simply ask the following: 1. That you commit to the farm for the season. If you go out of town for vacation, etc., you need to find another person or family to pick up your weekly share. You are responsible for payments even if your share is not picked up. 2. This year, again, we are collecting a $25 subscription fee. This helps cover cost of bags, boxes, fuel for deliveries, repair/replacement of coolers, and miscellaneous administrative expenses. Call for enrollment form. Produce: tomatoes, eggplants, cucumbers, carrots, summer & winter squash, melons, red, green, yellow & orange sweet peppers, potatoes, sweet potatoes, Inchelium garlic, and a whole host of gourmet greens, including Tatsoi, Swiss chard, Mizuna, spinach, arugula, lettuces, radicchio, cabbage, mach, kale, frise, & bok choy. Specialty items: Eggs, chickens, turkeys in season (Thanksgiving) & pork. Directions: 25 miles southwest of St. Louis on Bellews Creek in Big River Valley. Member: Missouri Organic Assn.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Cabbage Cantaloupes Cucumbers Eggplant Green Beans Okra Onions Peaches Peppers, Bell Potato, Sweet Pumpkin Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Turnips Watermelons

    Buettner's Plants and Produce
    Imperial, MO
    Jefferson County
    Phone: 
  • 636-942-3968
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: We sell both retail and wholesale. Produce: Apples, peaches, green beans, cabbage, cantaloupe, cucumbers, eggplant, okra, dry & green onions, bell & hot peppers, potatoes, pumpkins, rhubarb, summer & winter squash, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, turnips, watermelon. Specialty items: Apple butter, bedding plants, crafts, gourds, hanging baskets, ornamental corn, geraniums, potted plants, vegetable plants. We discount prices on pumpkins for room mothers, scout groups & charity organizations. Directions: Located at Hwy M and Hwy 61-67 at Barnhart Flea Market. Hours: March-last weekend in Oct. 6:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. We begin selling bedding plants, perennials and hanging baskets in March; vegetables all summer and fall. Greenhouse.


    Crops Grown:
    Gourds Pumpkin

    Meert Tree Farms
    Festus, MO
    Jefferson County
    Phone: 
  • (636) 931-3901
  • (314) 487-5824
  • (314) 487-9530 (fax)
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick

  • Notes: Produce: Pumpkins, Indian corn, gourds, corn maze, Christmas trees, nursery bedding plants, annuals & fruit trees. Special events: Fall festival, apple butter cooking & Christmas season. Directions: Hwy 55 south to US-61 (exit #170). Right on US-61 to TT. Left on TT for 3 miles to T, right on T for 3 miles. Hours: Fall & Christmas seasons Daily, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.


    Crops Grown:
    Cantaloupes Corn Green Beans Squash, Summer Tomatoes Watermelons

    Stuckemeyer's Market and Greenhouse
    Fenton, MO
    Jefferson County
    Phone: 
  • 636-349-1225
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Produce: Bedding plants, perennials, & shrubs, with good selection of hanging baskets & specialty flowers. Garden center has many unique gardening supplies. Directions: Located at Hwy 141, north of Hwy 21. Hours: Market opens around May 1, with fresh, homegrown vegetables, fruits, jellies & other items. May 15 through June: Strawberry season and pick-your-own peas. July/Aug.: Homegrown tomatoes, sweet corn, green beans, melons, summer squash. October: Our year comes to an end with the biggest season-Halloween. We offer hayrides, pumpkins and fall activities, such as apple butter & pony rides.


    Crops Grown:
    Herbs

    Sunny Days Farm
    Valley Mines, MO
    Jefferson County
    Phone: 
  • 636-337-7135
    E-mail: 
  • sunnyday@fastrans.net
    Web Address: 
  • home.fastrans.net/-pjperry/sunny.html
  • Method of Growing: Certified Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Mail Order

  • Notes: Produce: Subscription farm. Locally grown vegetables & herbs. We select varieties to grow based on taste, tenderness & nutritive value, not on how well they ship or length of shelf-life. Tools include BCS tractor/tiller and hands of family members keep rows clean, productive. Speciatly items: Cut flowers Member: Missouri Organic Assn.


    Crops Grown:
    Herbs

    Sunny Days Farm
    Valles Mines, MO
    Jefferson County
    Phone: 
  • (636) 337-7135
    E-mail: 
  • sunnyday@fastrans.net
    Web Address: 
  • http://home.fastrans.net/-piperry/sunny.html
  • Method of Growing: Certified Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Mail Order

  • Notes: Produce: Subscription farm. Locally grown vegetables & herbs. We select varieties to grow based on taste, tenderness & nutritive value, not on how well they ship or length of shell-life. Tools include BCS tractor/tiller and hands of family members keep rows clean, productive. Specialty items: Cut flowers. Member: Missouri Organic Assn.


    Crops Grown:
    Asparagus Blackberries Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Carrots Corn Cucumbers Green Beans Lettuce Okra Other Fruit Crops Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Pumpkin Radish Spinach Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Tomatoes Watermelons

    Buckeye Acres Produce
    Warrensburg, MO
    Johnson County
    Phone: 
  • 660-747-8929
    Web Address: 
  • http://www.buckeye-acres.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market


  • Crops Grown:
    Asparagus Beets Cabbage Carrots Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Green Beans Herbs Lettuce Onions Ornamental Corn Peppers, Bell Peppers, Misc. Pumpkin Radish Strawberries Tomatoes Turnips Watermelons

    C R Farm
    Knob Noster, MO
    Johnson County
    E-mail: 
  • csmith@cdsinet.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: We offer flower and vegetable plants for your garden. Raise cage free chickens for meat and eggs and hogs. Tours are given when requested. If you are there are the right time :-) you can help with chores.


    Crops Grown:
    Beets Blackberries Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Carrots Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Gourds Green Beans Lettuce Onions Ornamental Corn Peas, English Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Potato, Irish Pumpkin Radish Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Tomatoes Watermelons

    Glover & Sons
    Centerview, MO
    Johnson County
    Phone: 
  • 8167326939
    E-mail: 
  • glover@iland.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market


  • Crops Grown:
    Beets Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Carrots Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Gourds Grapes Green Beans Okra Onions Ornamental Corn Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Potato, Sweet Pumpkin Radish Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Tomatoes Turnips

    Fahrmeier Brothers Produce
    Lexingtion, MO
    Lafayette County
    E-mail: 
  • bfahrmeier@mastertag.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Apples

    Mattsons Orchard
    Higginsville, MO
    Lafayette County
    Phone: 
  • 6605847793
    E-mail: 
  • djdaren@ctcis.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market


  • Crops Grown:
    Apples Blackberries Blueberries Cantaloupes Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Green Beans Nectarines Nuts other than pecans Onions Ornamental Corn Other Vegetables Peaches Pecans Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Plums Potato, Sweet Pumpkin Squash, Winter Tomatoes Turnips Watermelons

    Peters Orchards and Market
    Waverly, MO
    Lafayette County
    Phone: 
  • 660-493-2368
  • 660-493-2291
  • 660-493-2381 (fax)
    E-mail: 
  • petersmkt@hotmail.com
    Web Address: 
  • http://www.petersmkt.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale
  • Mail Order


  • Crops Grown:
    Other Fruit Crops Other Vegetables

    American Pasturage, Inc.
    Marionville, MO
    Lawrence County
    Phone: 
  • (417) 258-2394
  • (419) 715-4728 (fax)
    E-mail: 
  • rdhopkins@americanpasturage.com
    Web Address: 
  • http://www.americanpasturage.com
  • Method of Growing: Declared Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market
  • Mail Order

  • Notes: Available all year: Pasture Purefect Beef, Elysian Veal, API Lamb. All are pasture raised without the use of growth stimulants or pharmaceuticals. Our completely natural Pasture Purefect whole ground beef is so unusual there is no comparison. Elysian Veal is unlike any in the country. Local pasture raised lambs available summer only.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Cucumbers Lettuce Peppers, Bell Tomatoes

    Blue Heron Orchard (Dan Kelly)
    Canton, MO
    Lewis County
    Phone: 
  • 573-655-4291
  • Method of Growing: Certified Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: Also sell apple-based products. We are currently setting up a production kitchen for value-added apple products. We have been working with a new O.M.R.I certified spray material and were included in a grant with the Univ. of MO Southwest Missouri Center. Farm directions: Take Higway B north from La Grange, then take County Road 556 to the west. The farm is located approximately 1/4 mile off of Hwy. B on CR 556.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Cantaloupes Carrots Corn Green Beans Herbs Onions Peppers, Bell Strawberries Tomatoes Turnips

    East-Central Missouri Farmer's Market
    Silex, MO
    Lincoln County
    Phone: 
  • 573-485-7261
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Locations: 2 sites in Lincoln County. 1 site in Warren County (see pg. 16). Silex Market, Hwy E, Silex, MO 63377 Directions: From Troy, MO, travel north on Hwy 61 for 12 miles to E and B Junction. Turn west on Hwy E toward Silex. Travel approx. 5 miles to Silex. Market is on right. Hours: Apr-Nov. Sat., 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Troy Market Main Street Troy, MO 63379 Hours: June-Nov. 1 Thurs., Noon-5:30 p.m.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples

    Pavelka Orchards
    Troy, MO
    Lincoln County
    Phone: 
  • 636-462-4265
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Produce: Apples (Gala, Lurared, Red Delicious, Golden Delicious, Blushing Golden & Winesap). Directions: From Troy, MO: Take Hwy 47 east 4 miles. Turn left at Ridge Rd. (next to Texaco Station). Go 2 miles norht to yellow brick house with grain bins. Look for sign. Hours: Last week in Aug-Nov. 1 Mon., Wed. & Sat. 8 a.m.-noon Call for information and times to be sure we're not sold out that day.


    Crops Grown:
    Tomatoes

    River Hills Farmers Market
    Silex, MO
    Lincoln County
    Phone: 
  • (573) 485-7261
    E-mail: 
  • sealsr@usmo.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Locations: 2 sites in Lincoln County. 1 site in Warren County. Silex Market Hwy E Silex, MO 63377 Directions: From Troy, MO, travel north on Hwy 61 for 12 miles to E and B Junction. Turn west on Hwy E toward Silex. Travel approx. 5 miles to Silex. Market is on right. Hours: Apr-Nov. Sat., 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Troy Market Main Street Troy, MO 63379 Hours: Opening June 14 Thurs., Noon-5:30 p.m.


    Crops Grown:
    Beets Carrots Green Beans Lettuce Onions Spinach Tomatoes

    St. Isidore Farm
    Moscow Mills, MO
    Lincoln County
    Phone: 
  • 636-661-5956
  • Method of Growing: Certified Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market
  • Mail Order

  • Notes: Produce: High-quality vegetables, including spinach, lettuce, beets, Texas Sweet onions, carrots, garlic, green beans, tomatoes, basil, cilantro. Will custom grow vegetables difficult to obtain due to variety or quality. Limited number of subscriptions available. Specialty items: Flowers. Several varieties of whole hog sausage. Hogs are naturally raised with no added chemicals or feed supplements, resulting in leaner, better-tasting sausage. Directions: To farm: Take Hwy 70 to Hwy 79 north 10 miles. Turn left on Hwy C and go 4-1/2 miles. Turn right on County Rd. 845 and go 2-1/2 miles. Farm is on left. To St. Charles Farmers' Market: From Hwy 70, take 5th street north to 1st Capital Dr. Turn right until road ends at Riverside Dr. Turn left. Farmers' market is 6 blocks ahead on right. Hours: Products available at farm or at St. Charles Farmers' Market (Saturday mornings starting in late May). Member: Missouri Organic Assn.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Asparagus Beets Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Eggplant Green Beans Nectarines Other Vegetables Peaches Pecans Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes Turnips Watermelons

    Sugar Grove Growers
    Troy, MO
    Lincoln County
    Phone: 
  • 636-528-8936
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Produce: Apples, nectarines, peaches, pecans, walnuts, asparagus, dry & green beans, beets, broccoli, Brussel sprouts, cabbage, cantaloupe, carrots, cauliflower, celery, cucumber, eggplant, garlic, horseradish, letuce, okra, dry & green onions, parsnips, bell & hot peppers, popcorn, potatoes, pumplins, radishes, rhubarb, spinach, summer & winter squash, sweet corn, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, paste tomatoes, turnips, watermelon. Specialty items: Apple butter, bedding plants, cheeses, cider, dried fruits, gourds, hanging baskets, herbs/spices, honey, jam/jellies, sorghum syrup, vegetable plants, 30 kinds of pasta, & many hot sauces & gourmet food items. Full-service produce market, specialty produce line, bulk herb shop and gift basket specialists. Directions: Located on corner of Lincoln Drive and Cherry St. Permanent year-round market and greenhouse. Open 21 years in 2000. Hours: Open year-round.


    Crops Grown:
    Cantaloupes Corn Cucumbers Gourds Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Pumpkin Squash, Summer Tomatoes

    Green Acres Produce (Roddy and Janice Bane and family)
    La Plata, MO
    Macon County
    Phone: 
  • 660-332-4526
  • 660-332-4526 (fax)
    E-mail: 
  • GreenAcres-Produce@excite.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Apples Asparagus Beets Cabbage Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Gourds Green Beans Lettuce Okra Onions Ornamental Corn Other Vegetables Peppers, Bell Peppers, Misc. Potato, Sweet Pumpkin Spinach Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes Turnips

    Crooked Lane Farm
    Wellsville, MO
    Montgomery County
    Phone: 
  • 573-684-2844
    E-mail: 
  • ggllll@prodigy.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market


  • Crops Grown:
    Cucumbers Eggplant Okra Peas, Southern Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Potato, Sweet Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes Turnips

    B & C produce
    Lilbourn, MO
    New Madrid County
    Phone: 
  • 573 688-2459
  • 573 688-2184
    E-mail: 
  • rowe41024@msn.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market
  • Food Buying Cooperative
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Cantaloupes Cucumbers Okra Pecans Squash, Summer Tomatoes Watermelons

    Ling Farms
    New Madrid, MO
    New Madrid County
    Phone: 
  • 573-931-1912
  • 573-748-5637 (fax)
    E-mail: 
  • RLingfarms@aol.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Gourds Tomatoes

    Gourd & Produce Farm
    Pierce City, MO
    Newton County
    Phone: 
  • 417-476-5454
  • 417-476-2145
  • 417-476-2145 (fax)
    E-mail: 
  • hatfield3-ozark@characterlink.net
    Web Address: 
  • http://www.ozarkcountrycreations.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale
  • Mail Order

  • Notes: Hardshell Gourds: We have about 30 acres of hardshell gourds, which are marketed both retail at the farm and telephone orders are shipped by UPS. Tomatoes: About 7,000 plants are marketed primarily by U-Pik, to both retail and wholesale customers after July 15th.


    Crops Grown:
    Corn Gourds Green Beans Ornamental Corn Pumpkin Squash, Summer Turnips

    Jay Murry and Floyd Renner
    Granby, MO, MO
    Newton County
    Phone: 
  • 417-472-6199
  • 417-825-4823 (Cell)
  • 417-472-6199 (fax)
    E-mail: 
  • rennerfm@jscomm.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: We have a cornfield maze called "MAIZE TIME" that runs from Sept. 1 thru Oct. 31. We have a petting zoo, goat mountain, sand castles, pumpkin toss, kiddie maze for the tots, pick your own pumpkin patch for the kids, and a haunted maze two weeks prior to and running through Halloween. We are able to accommodate large groups. This is a great place for a family outing, birthday party, or for a group adventure. Other sale items are corn bundles and straw bales.


    Crops Grown:
    Asparagus Beets Cabbage Cantaloupes Corn Cucumbers Gourds Green Beans Onions Ornamental Corn Peas, English Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Potato, Irish Pumpkin Radish Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Tomatoes Turnips

    Don & Connie Callow
    Barnard, MO
    Nodaway County
    Phone: 
  • 660-652-4424
    E-mail: 
  • doncon@grm.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market


  • Crops Grown:
    Apples Blueberries Broccoli Carrots Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Grapes Green Beans Lettuce Onions Ornamental Corn Peaches Pears Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Squash, Summer Strawberries Tomatoes

    Evans' Produce- Paul and Laura Evans
    Burlington Junction, MO
    Nodaway County
    Phone: 
  • 660-725-4837
    E-mail: 
  • evansproduce@gmail.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Asparagus Beets Cucumbers Eggplant Green Beans Lettuce Okra Onions Ornamental Corn Peas, English Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Potato, Irish Pumpkin Radish Spinach Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Tomatoes Turnips

    Max & Lula Drydale
    Barnard, MO
    Nodaway County
    Phone: 
  • 660-939-4173
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market


  • Crops Grown:
    Apples Asparagus Grapes Strawberries

    Gene and Helen Branson
    St. James, MO
    Phelps County
    Phone: 
  • 573-265-3606
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick

  • Notes: Honey and juices(local).


    Crops Grown:
    Grapes

    George and Vera Piazza
    St. James, MO
    Phelps County
    Phone: 
  • 573-265-8353
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: We also sell grape products such as bottled juice and jelly. We sell local honey and vegetables in season when grapes are ripe.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Peaches Pears

    Jackson Country Orchard
    Rolla, MO
    Phelps County
    Phone: 
  • (573 ) 341-3887
    E-mail: 
  • jacksoncountryorchard@gmail.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: 3 miles south on Highway O from Highway 72. Right turn onto CR 5140 and go 1/4 mile. Season usually begins August 1st. Call for availability or e-mail us.


    Crops Grown:
    Grapes

    Joe Zulpo
    St. James, MO
    Phelps County
    Phone: 
  • 573-265-7665
    E-mail: 
  • jzulpo@tigernet.missouri.org
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Homemde grape jelly and juice.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Blackberries Cantaloupes Cucumbers Gourds Grapes Okra Other Fruit Crops Pears Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Pumpkin Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes Watermelons

    Marvin and Donna Ripplemeyer
    St. James, MO
    Phelps County
    E-mail: 
  • donna@tigernet.missouri.org
    Web Address: 
  • missouri winieries-Rosati Winery
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: Roadside stand located at 200 mile marker of I-44. All items are subject to seasonal availability. Some produce purchased from other growers and resold(ie peaches,plums,nectarines,etc.).Crafts,gifts,homemade jam and jelly,juice and many other items also available. Open July thru Oct. Most produce and other items available year round at Rosati Winery.Exit 203(I-44) and follow signs.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Asparagus Corn Gourds Grapes Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Pumpkin Strawberries

    Prairie View Farm
    St. James, MO
    Phelps County
    E-mail: 
  • gbranson@tigernet.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick


  • Crops Grown:
    Grapes

    Richard A. Ferrigno
    St. James, MO
    Phelps County
    Phone: 
  • 573-265-7742
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: Home winemaking equipment and supplies.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Pears

    Steve Jackson
    Rolla, MO
    Phelps County
    Phone: 
  • 573-341-3887
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: From Highway 72, go 3 miles south on Lecoma Road( Highway O) to 5140,turn right and go 1/4 mile.


    Crops Grown:
    Blackberries Eggplant Okra Onions Other Vegetables Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes Watermelons

    Bee Creek Farms
    Platte City, MO
    Platte County
    Phone: 
  • 816-518-1211
  • none
  • 816-527-0876 (fax)
    E-mail: 
  • mike_markum@sbcglobal.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Beets Cucumbers Gourds Green Beans Herbs Lettuce Okra Onions Ornamental Corn Peas, English Peppers, Bell Peppers, Misc. Potato, Irish Pumpkin Radish Spinach Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes Turnips

    Bill & Kathy Wright (Pumpkins Etc.)
    Platte City, MO, MO
    Platte County
    Phone: 
  • 816-858-5758
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: Six acres of u-pick pumpkins, gourds & winter squash. In addition to traditional pumpkins we have Jarndale, Lumina, Cinderella & Long Island Cheese. We grow 7,000 (42 varieties) of hardy mums. They will be available August 1st. An old farrowing barn was converted to our sales center for our U-pick pumpkins. Located on Farmers Lane East of Platte City off of Hwy HH (main street). The mums and vegetables are located at the address listed above.


    Crops Grown:
    Asparagus Grapes Pears

    David Naatz
    Weston, MO
    Platte County
    Phone: 
  • 816-640-5587
    E-mail: 
  • d.naatz@att.net
  • Method of Growing: Declared Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market


  • Crops Grown:
    Apples Asparagus Peaches Pears

    SERENDIPITY FARMS
    PLATTE CITY, MO
    Platte County
    Phone: 
  • 816-330-3302
  • 816-805-3136
    E-mail: 
  • lydisn2horses@aol.com
  • Method of Growing: Declared Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market


  • Crops Grown:
    Gourds Ornamental Corn Pumpkin Squash, Winter

    Fieth Farms
    Bolivar, MO
    Polk County
    Phone: 
  • 417/326-6758
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: We also have corn stalk bundles and squirrel corn.


    Crops Grown:
    Gourds Ornamental Corn Pumpkin Squash, Winter

    Fieth Farms
    Bolivar, MO
    Polk County
    Phone: 
  • 417/326-6758
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: We also have cornstalk bundles and squirrel corn.


    Crops Grown:
    Beets Blackberries Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Tomatoes

    The Berry Patch
    Bolivar, Mo., MO
    Polk County
    Phone: 
  • 417-777-4586
  • 417-777-2897
    E-mail: 
  • berrypatch@microcore.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Apples

    BROZOVICH ORCHARD L.L.C
    CLIFTON HILL, MO
    Randolph County
    Phone: 
  • 660-777-3445
    E-mail: 
  • debbieb@cvalley.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: 9 miles north of Clifton Hill,Mo on Hwy 3


    Crops Grown:
    Corn Pecans Pumpkin

    Shepherd Farms, Inc. - Dan Shepherd
    Clifton Hill, MO
    Randolph County
    Phone: 
  • 660-261-4567
  • 660-261-4422 (fax)
    E-mail: 
  • dan@cvalley.net
    Web Address: 
  • http://www.shepherdfarms.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale
  • Mail Order

  • Notes: We also sell buffalo meat; including ground, steaks, roasts, jerky and sumer sausage. We also carry jams, candy and other nuts. Farm location: 1/2 mile south of Clifton Hill on County Road D149


    Crops Grown:
    Apples

    Anderson's Orchard
    Coatsville, MO
    Schuyler County
    Phone: 
  • 660-457-2114
    E-mail: 
  • andorch@nemr.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Anderson's Orchard is owned by Allen Anderson. The farm is located on County Road 2, west of Lancaster in Schuyler County.


    Crops Grown:
    Corn Gourds Herbs Ornamental Corn Strawberries Tomatoes

    Uncle Bob's Country Gardens
    Rutledge, MO
    Scotland County
    Phone: 
  • 660-883-5637
    E-mail: 
  • unclebob@nemr.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale
  • Mail Order

  • Notes: Specializing in fresh, dried, culinary and medicinal herbs; gourds; and cut flowers. Seed available in 2001 Farm Directions: 6 miles NW of Rutledge on Hwy. M or 10 miles SE of Memphis on Hwy. M


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Corn Nectarines Ornamental Corn Peaches Pears Plums Pumpkin Squash, Winter

    David Diebold, Diebold Orchards
    Benton, MO
    Scott County
    Phone: 
  • 573-545-3571
    E-mail: 
  • diebold@clas.net
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: Flash pasteurized cider, apple butter, jams, jellies, honey, bedding plants, herbs, perennials.


    Crops Grown:
    Blueberries

    Emerald Hill Farm
    Benton, MO
    Scott County
    Phone: 
  • 573-545-3149
  • 573-270-8074
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick

  • Notes: Estimate Blueberries available June 19. Open for U-Pick Thursday thru Saturday 0730am-1100am and 3:00pm-7:00pm, Sunday 2:00pm-5:00pm. Please call to confirm blueberries are available. Farm located two(2) miles north of Benton, Mo. at the east end of Scott Co. Hwy 235. Follow signs. Thanks


    Crops Grown:
    Beets Blackberries Blueberries Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Carrots Corn Cucumbers Gourds Herbs Lettuce Okra Ornamental Corn Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Pumpkin Radish Spinach Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes Turnips Watermelons

    HAMRA FARMS
    SIKESTON, MO
    Scott County
    Phone: 
  • 573-472-2301
  • 573-380-2389
    E-mail: 
  • HAMRAFARMS@SBCGLOBAL.NET
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale
  • Mail Order

  • Notes: ALL PRODUCE IS CHEMICAL FREE, NO HERICIDES OR PESTICIDES. LETTUCE,TOMATOES,BASIL,SPINACH ARE RAISED WITH HYDROPONICS.DELIVERY AVAILABLE ON FARM PRODUCTS.


    Crops Grown:
    Asparagus Herbs

    Acme Ranch
    Birch Tree, MO
    Shannon County
    Phone: 
  • 573 292 3822
    E-mail: 
  • al_wiley@yahoo.com
  • Method of Growing: Declared Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Wholesale
  • Mail Order


  • Crops Grown:
    Gourds Ornamental Corn Pumpkin Squash, Winter

    The Country Bumpkin Pumpkin Patch
    Birch Tree, MO
    Shannon County
    Phone: 
  • 573-292-4682
    E-mail: 
  • hardmatter@gmail.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: We welcome group reservations.


    Crops Grown:
    Strawberries

    Berryville Acres ~ Otto Alber
    Shelbina, MO
    Shelby County
    Phone: 
  • 573-588-7812
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market


  • Crops Grown:
    Apples Corn Other Vegetables Peaches Pumpkin Tomatoes Watermelons

    Acme Produce Inc.
    St. Charles, MO
    St. Charles County
    Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Produce: We have full line of produce starting in March. Local produce, such as corn, tomatoes, watermelons, peaches, apples, pumpkins & more are available when in season. Bedding plants, hanging baskets, mulch, potting soil, rock, etc., arrive in early spring and are available in greenhouse. Fall plants arrive in September; Christmas trees are here beginning last week in November. Assortment of concrete, wrought iron and wooden yard objects available all year. Directions: Take Hwy 94 to Harvester Rd. and go south 1 block. We are under the big tent. Hours: March 1-Dec. 20


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Asparagus Blueberries Cantaloupes Cucumbers Eggplant Green Beans Other Vegetables Peaches Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Plums Strawberries

    Centennial Farms
    Augusta, MO
    St. Charles County
    Phone: 
  • 636-228-4338
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Produce: Apples, peaches, plums, blackberries, blueberries, table grapes, black & red raspberries, strawberries, asparagus, green beans, cantaloupes, cucumbers, eggplant, garlic, okra, onions, bell & hot peppers, popcorn, potatoes, pumpkins, summer & winter squash, sweet corn, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, turnips, watermelon. Specialty items: Apple butter (wholesale & retial), bedding plants, cider, dried flowers, gourds, herbs/spices, honey, jams/jellies, ornamental corn, sorghum syrup, vegetable plants (herbs & perennial plants). Special events: Herb Days, Apple Festival, Pumpkin Fantasyland, craft & gift shop. School tours for apple/pumpkin picking. Evening group hayrides. Brochure available. Directions: Located in Augusta, MO on Jackson St. 1/2 mile off Hwy 94. Hours: Apr 1-June, Sat., 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, Noon-5 p.m. July-Aug., Mon-Sat., 10 a.m.-5p.m. Sunday, noon-5 p.m. September-Oct., Mon.-Sat., 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, 11 a.m.-6p.m. Nov-Dec., Sat., 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, 1-5 p.m.


    Crops Grown:
    Other Fruit Crops

    Femme Osage Apiary
    Foristell, MO
    St. Charles County
    Phone: 
  • 636-398-5014
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Produce: Honey, beeswax, pollen & pollination services. Hours: Call for hours.


    Crops Grown:
    Corn Cucumbers Gourds Green Beans Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Squash, Summer Tomatoes

    Hannahway Farms
    St. Charles, MO
    St. Charles County
    Phone: 
  • 636-373-4040 or 636-397-1931
  • 636-441-3690
    E-mail: 
  • rachellvbug@yahoo.com
  • Method of Growing: Transitional to Organic Certification

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market


  • Crops Grown:
    Blackberries Pumpkin Strawberries

    Lakeview Farms
    St. Peters, MO
    St. Charles County
    Phone: 
  • (636) 978-8830
    E-mail: 
  • lakeviewfarms@att.net
    Web Address: 
  • www.lakeviewfarms63376.com
  • Method of Growing: Certified Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Produce: Mid-May to Mid-June: Strawberries (pick your own). June: Early red raspberries (pick your own). July: Blackberries (pick your own). Aug-Sept: Late red raspberries (pick your own). Mid-Sept-Oct: Pumpkins & fall decoratins (pick your own & roadside stand). Special Events: U-Pick "diamond" mine; prospect for "Gold" in our creek; geocaching (treasure hunt); 3-story high climbing straw pyramid wiht tunnels; corn maze; "Pumpkin Troll" for smaller kids; animals (geese who love to be fed); wagon rides for school groups (by appointment only). See "Fun Things" on our web site for detailed schedules. Directions: From I-70: Take Hwy K exit (O'Fallon, MO) off I-70. Go south (left)0.7 mile to Mexico Rd. Turn left (east) on Mexico Rd. Farm is 0.7 mile ahead on right (south side). From I-64/US 40: Take Hwy I-64/US 40 west to Hwy K. Continue north 5 miles, turn right on Mexico Rd. Farm is 0.7 mile ahead on right (south side). See directions on website for a good map. Hours: Call for hours and days open.


    Crops Grown:
    Pumpkin

    Pumpkins Galore
    Wright City, MO
    St. Charles County
    Phone: 
  • (636) 745-3927
    E-mail: 
  • davemikus@hotmail.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Produce: Pumpkins, hayrides, corn maze, applebutter, crafts, fall decorations. Special events: Haunted maze, private hayrides, petting zoo & haunted house. Directions: From I-70 west, exit 203, then right on S. Service Rd. to S. Stringtown Rd. Left on Stringtown, 3 miles to farm. Hours: Last weekend in Sept-Nov. 1. 9 a.m.-dark.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Cantaloupes Corn Cucumbers Green Beans Onions Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes

    St. Charles Farmers' Market
    St. Charles, MO
    St. Charles County
    Phone: 
  • 636-926-3123
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Directions: On Riverside Drive in Historic Downtown St. Charles. Hours: May 28-Oct. 28, Sat., 7 a.m.-noon


    Crops Grown:
    Cabbage Eggplant Potato, Irish Tomatoes

    The Farm at Kraut Run
    Wentzville, MO
    St. Charles County
    Phone: 
  • (636) 398-5465
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Produce: Potatoes, garlic, tomatoes, eggplant, squash, lettuce, cabbage, greens in spring and numerous other in-season produce. Specialty items: Eggs, raw goat milk and goat cheese. Directions: Hwy 40 west to Hwy. DD. 4 miles on DD to Schwede Rd., approximately 1 mile to Wilson Rd. Also available at Clayton Farmers' Market. Hours: Call for appointment and availability of produce.


    Crops Grown:
    Pumpkin

    Valley Farms
    Foristell, MO
    St. Charles County
    Phone: 
  • 636-673-2337
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: This is our first year of growing pumpkins, so we would appreciate any help. Thanks!! Ed and Tami


    Crops Grown:
    Cantaloupes Corn Cucumbers Gourds Green Beans Other Vegetables Peppers, Bell Pumpkin Squash, Winter Tomatoes Watermelons

    Wilkey Products
    St. Charles, MO
    St. Charles County
    Phone: 
  • 636-946-0796
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Produce; Produce in season, tomatoes, sweet corn, green peppers, cucumbers, okra, green beans, beets, acorn squash, zucchini, watermelon, cantaloupe, pumpkins, both green & dried ornamental gourds. Directions: If taking I-70: Exit at #228 (Hwy 94 South), drive 1-1/2 miles to Pralle Ln. Turn right at stoplight at Pralle Ln., then left at stop sign onto South Old Hwy 94. If Taking Hwy. 40: Take Hwy 94 exit; go north on Hwy 94, approx. 9 miles, Turn left at stoplight at Pralle Ln., then left at stop sign onto S. Old Hwy 94. WilKey Products is located in big white house, across street from White Castle restaurant. Turn right at first driveway. Hours: July 1-Nov. 1


    Crops Grown:
    Blueberries Peaches

    Wind Ridge Farm
    New Melle, MO
    St. Charles County
    Phone: 
  • 636-398-8181
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Produce: Peaches, blueberries & blackberries are available pick-your-own. Cantaloupe, melons, tomatoes, peppers, peaches and honey from our farm are available pre-picked during peach season. Directions: Hwy 70 west to the New Melle/Church St./Hwy Z exit (in Wentzville). Take Z south 8 miles to New Melle. At stop sign in New Melle, turn right on Hwy D. At next stop sign turn left on Hwy F. Farm is 2 blocks on left. Hours: Mid-June-mid-July Pick-your-own blueberries Mid-July-early Aug. Pick-your-own peaches & blackberries Call ahead for hours and availability. We reserve picking locations in convenient spots on a first-come, first served basis. Ground is rough, but wheelchairs are welcome for those who want the fruit picking experience.


    Crops Grown:
    Asparagus Beets Blackberries Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Carrots Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Gourds Green Beans Herbs Lettuce Okra Onions Other Fruit Crops Other Vegetables Peas, English Peas, Southern Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Potato, Irish Potato, Sweet Pumpkin Radish Spinach Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Tomatoes Turnips Watermelons

    Bear Creek Farms
    Osceola, MO
    St. Clair County
    Phone: 
  • 417-282-5894
    E-mail: 
  • robbinshail@hotmail.com
  • Method of Growing: Certified Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: We are at the Brookside Farmers' Market at 63rd and Wornall in Kansas City, MO every Saturday morning from mid-April through October. This is an all organic, growers only market with the most amazing selection of vegetables, fruit, and processed foods.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Green Beans Lettuce Other Vegetables Peaches Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Potato, Sweet Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Watermelons

    Koenig's Farm-Fresh Produce
    St. Peters, MO
    St. Clair County
    Phone: 
  • 636-441-2186
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Produce: Apples, peaches, red raspberries, strawberries, green beans, broccoli, cabbage, cantaloupe, cauliflower, cucumbers, eggplant, greens, lettuce, okra, dry onions, bell & hot peppers, potatoes, pumpkins, summer & winter squash, sweet corn, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, turnips, watermelon. Directions: Call for directions. Hours: Open Apr 1., bedding plants, hanging baskets May-Dec., Daily 8 a.m.-7 p.m. May 15 (approx.), pick-your own strawberries Seasonal: Pick-your own peaches, apples & pumpkins.


    Crops Grown:
    Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Cucumbers Eggplant Lettuce Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Potato, Irish Squash, Summer Strawberries Tomatoes Turnips

    Kottwitz Feed & Farm Supply, Inc.
    Osceola, MO
    St. Clair County
    Phone: 
  • 417-646-8177
    E-mail: 
  • jim_kottwitz@yahoo.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Beets Cabbage Carrots Corn Cucumbers Green Beans Lettuce Okra Onions Ornamental Corn Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Pumpkin Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Turnips

    F & R FARMS
    farmington, MO
    St. Francois County
    Phone: 
  • 573-756-6959
    E-mail: 
  • frankkeen63640@yahoo.com
  • Method of Growing: Declared Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Beets Carrots Cucumbers Green Beans Peppers, Bell Potato, Sweet Tomatoes Turnips

    F & R Farms
    Farnington, MO
    St. Francois County
    Phone: 
  • (573) 756-6959
  • Method of Growing: Certified Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Produce: Fresh, in-season organically grown vegetables by the pound, peck, half-bushel, and bushel: Carrots, sweet potatoes, 14 varieties gourmet potatoes, 5 varieties cucumbers, 8 varieties baby beets, 4 varieties baby turnips, 31 varieties tomatoes, 17 varieties peppers, 9 varieties green beans. Specialty items: In-season corn stalks and mums. Directions: From St. Louis: Take I-55 south to Hwy 67 south. Exit onto Hwy 32 east (left-hand exit off Hwy 67). Go through 3 stoplights. At 4th stoplight, turn left at Hwy D (North Washington). Go 3 miles, turn left at house before railroad tracks. Hours: Farmington Farmers' Market June-Oct. Wed. 3 p.m.-6p.m. Sat. 7 a.m.-12 noon Roadside stand: Call for appointment. Member: Missouri Organic Assn.


    Crops Grown:
    Peaches

    Farmington Farners' Market
    Farmington, MO
    St. Francois County
    Phone: 
  • (573) 756-5876
  • Method of Growing: Certified Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Produce: Locally grown, in-season produce. Peaches in season. Specialty Items: Eggs, honey, plants. Directions: From Hwy. 67 south, take first Farmington exit (Hwy. 32) and continue down Karsh Blvd. 2.5 miles to VFW. Parking lot on right for market. Hours: First weekend in May Sat., 7-11 a.m. Starting Mid-June Wed., 3:30-6 p.m. Until last weekend in October


    Crops Grown:
    Corn Green Beans Onions Peppers, Bell Potato, Sweet Squash, Summer Tomatoes

    Heritage Valley Farm
    Bonne Terre, MO
    St. Francois County
    Phone: 
  • 573-358-0531
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Produce: Garden Vegetables. Specialty items: Brown eggs, maple syrup, candles, soap (scented & unscented). Horse-drawn hayrides. Home, farm & garden items handmade from blacksmith shop. Willing to teach crafts. Hand-hewn log cabin (completion by end of summer 2000) available for weekend or weekday rental. Experience a step back in time with fun & opportunity. If unable to reach by phone during regular hours, feel free to call until 11 p.m. Directions: Take Hwy 67 north to Bonne Terre exit, then west on Hwy 47. Go through town. About 1.5 miles past town, take Old Cadet Rd to right. Farm is at 5th driveway on right (do not count houses). Hours: Summer (daily) Off-season (Saturdays) Cabin or hayride rental by appointment only.


    Crops Grown:
    Beets Carrots Cucumbers Eggplant Herbs Lettuce Onions Ornamental Corn Other Vegetables Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Potato, Sweet Radish Spinach Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes Turnips

    Linda A. Williams/Windrush Farm
    Farmington, MO
    St. Francois County
    Phone: 
  • 573-760-1731
    E-mail: 
  • 1william@mail.mac.cc.mo.us
  • Method of Growing: Declared Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Additional crops: Garlic, celeriac, Asian Greens (arugula, tatsoi, joi choi), Dried Beans; cut flowers, potpourri mixes; dried herbs. Farm tours by appointment. Member of Missouri Organic Assn.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Cantaloupes Corn Cucumbers Green Beans Onions Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Potato, Sweet Radish Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Tomatoes

    Park Hills Missouri Community Betterment Farmers'
    Park Hills, MO
    St. Francois County
    Phone: 
  • 573-431-3577
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Directions: Main Street, downtown Park Hills, by Flat River Creek Bridge Hours: May-Oct. 7 a.m.-noon


    Crops Grown:
    Cucumbers Green Beans Herbs Lettuce Other Vegetables Peppers, Bell Squash, Summer Tomatoes

    Windrush Farm
    Farmington, MO
    St. Francois County
    Phone: 
  • 573-760-1731
  • Method of Growing: Certified Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Community Supported Agriculture

  • Notes: Produce: Organically grown salad greens, tomatoes, peppers, squash, beans, cucumbers, root crops, and herbs, all harvested daily (in season). Dedicated to providing fresh, safe, locally grown produce to consumers. Specialty items: Fresh-cut and dried flowers. Tours available by appointment. Also maintain and make available to public free of charge a small library of organic and sustainable growing methods books & materials. Directions: From St. Louis: Take I-55 south to Hwy 67 south. Exit onto Hwy 32 east (a left-hand exit off Hwy 67). Go through 4 stoplights and 1 stop sign. Go straight past stop sign onto Hwy OO, then turn left onto "F". Go 2.6 miles on "F" then turn left onto Sand Creek Rd. Go to the first house on the left. Hours: June-Sept. Mon-Fri., 8 a.m.-6 p.m. (or call for appointment) Sat., Farmington Farmers Market 7 a.m.-noon. Member: Regional Director, Missouri Organic Assn. Call or write for Missouri Organic Assn. information. Daily, 8 a.m.-6p.m. Member: Missouri Organic Assn.


    Crops Grown:
    Lettuce Other Fruit Crops Other Vegetables Pumpkin Spinach

    Arnold's Home Grown Produce
    Florissant, MO
    St. Louis County
    Phone: 
  • 314-741-0319
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Produce: Season opens with rhubarb, spinach, greens, lettuce, etc., & closes with pumpkins & fall greens. We grow over 30 different crops. Directions: Located in North County at 6105 N. Hwy 67, across from Janestown Mall. Hours: May 1-Dec. 15, 7 a.m.-dark


    Crops Grown:
    Lettuce Spinach

    Arnold's Home Grown Produce
    Florissant, MO
    St. Louis County
    Phone: 
  • (314) 741-0319
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Produce: Season opens with rhubarb, spinach, greens, lettuce, etc. & closes with pumpkins & fall greens. We grow over 30 different crops. Directions: Located in North County at 6105 N. Hwy 67, across from Jamestown Mall. Hours: May 1-Dec. 15 7 a.m.-dark.


    Crops Grown:
    Asparagus Carrots Corn Tomatoes

    Clayton Farmer's Market
    Clayton, MO
    St. Louis County
    Phone: 
  • (636) 227-7596
  • Method of Growing: Declared Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Products: Meats, breads, cheese, vegetables, fruit, flowers, cooking demonstrations & chef tours. Omelet stand. Go-food. Hours: Open May 12-October 27 Sat., 8 a.m.-noon.


    Crops Grown:
    Blackberries

    Dianne Harry
    St. Louis, MO
    St. Louis County
    Phone: 
  • (314) 355-4803
  • Method of Growing: Certified Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick

  • Notes: Produce: Pick-your-own blackberries (no thorns or weeds). Directions: 3 miles north of I-270, past new Jamestown Rd. at north end of Bellefontaine Rd. Hours: Mid-July-end of Aug.


    Crops Grown:
    Blackberries

    Dianne Harry
    St. Louis, MO
    St. Louis County
    Phone: 
  • 314-355-4803
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick

  • Notes: Produce: Pick-your-own blackberries (no thorns or weeds). Directions: 3 miles north of I-270, past New Jamestown Rd. at north end of Bellefontaine Rd. Hours: Mid-July-end of Aug.


    Crops Grown:
    Corn Other Fruit Crops Other Vegetables Tomatoes

    Hartke Nursery
    St. Louis, MO
    St. Louis County
    Phone: 
  • 314-997-6679
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Produce: Superlative homegrown tomatoes & sweet corn, along with other fresh fruits & vegetables. Directions: Located between Page (Kribs Ford City) and Olive (Monsanto World Headquarters). Hours: Early July-end of Oct., Mon.-Sat., 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Sun.,Noon-6 p.m.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Asparagus Beets Blackberries Cabbage Cucumbers Eggplant Green Beans Onions Peaches Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Potato, Sweet Pumpkin Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes Watermelons

    Herman's Farm Orchard, Open Market & U-Pick
    Florissant, MO
    St. Louis County
    Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Produce; Apples, peaches, blackberries, asparagus, green beans, beets, cabbage, cucumbers, eggplant, dry & green onions, bell & hot peppers, potatoes, pumpkins, summer & winter squash, sweet corn, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, watermelon. Specialty items: Apple butter, bedding plants, cider, crafts, gourds, hanging baskets, honey, hams/jellies, potted plants, sorghum syrup, vegetable plants. Directions: From Florissant: Take New Halls Ferry Road west to Shackelford; go right 1 block to First Street; turn left at Kindercare; 1 block top of hill. Hours: Available in market: April-May: Geraniums, bedding plants, asparagus, rhubarb, strawberries. July/Aug/Sept: Tomatoes, peaches, green beans, sweet corn, melons, berries, peppers, potatoes, etc. Sept/Oct: Apples, pumpkins, etc. Available for U-pick: May: Strawberries June/July: Green beans, sweet cherries. July/Aug/Sept/Oct: Blackberries, tomatoes, peaches. Sept/oct: Apples, mums. Hayrides, entertainment park & Pumpkin Land. Greenhouse.


    Crops Grown:
    Corn Green Beans Other Fruit Crops Other Vegetables Peppers, Bell Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes

    Kirkwood Farmers' Market
    Kirkwood, MO
    St. Louis County
    Phone: 
  • 314-822-0084
  • Method of Growing: Certified Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Kirkwood Farmers' Market is owned by City of Kirkwood and administered by city-appointed Farmers' Market Committee & Kirkwood Junction Special Business District. Produce: Organic & homegrown vegetables, canned products, seasonal fruits, kettle corn made on site, breads, pastries, herbs, fresh cut flowers, potted plants, horticultural supplies. Cafe Manilla serves Philippine dishes; JT's Country Cheese & Sausage Deli offers lunch daily. Directions: From I-270: Go east on I-44, take Lindbergh Blvd. exit. Turn north (left) onto Lindbergh, which is called Kirkwood Rd. in Kirkwood. At Amtrak station, turn right onto East Argonne. Farmers' Market is on right, at end of block. Hours: Apr. 15-Oct.2, Thurs & Fri, 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Sat.,8 a.m.-5 p.m.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Green Beans Lettuce Okra Onions Other Fruit Crops Other Vegetables Peaches Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Potato, Sweet Pumpkin Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Tomatoes Turnips Watermelons

    Koenig's Farm Fresh Produce
    St. Louis, MO
    St. Louis County
    Phone: 
  • 314-428-6372
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Produce: Apples, peaches, red raspberries, strawberries, green beans, broccoli, cabbage, cantaloupe, cauliflower, cucumbers, eggplant, greens, lettuce, okra, dry onions, bell & hot peppers, potatoes, pumpkins, summer & winter squash, sweet corn, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, turnips, watermelon. Directions: Located 1 mile east of Lambert Airport on Natural Bridge Rd. on westbound lane. Hours: May-Dec., Daily, 8 a.m.-7 p.m.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Asparagus Cantaloupes Corn Green Beans Lettuce Other Fruit Crops Other Vegetables Peaches Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Potato, Irish Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Tomatoes Watermelons

    Ned & Maries Produce
    St. Louis, MO
    St. Louis County
    Phone: 
  • 314-741-6315
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Produce: Wide assortment of homegrown fruits & vegetables, bedding plants, flowers, firewood, Christmas trees, straw. We are known for delicious peaches, tomatoes, watermelons, cantaloupes, homemade apple butter. Directions: I-270 east, exit at Bellefontaine Rd. Go north about 1-1/4 miles, past Parker Rd. We're 50 feet on left across street from Spanish Lake Firehouse. Hours: Apr.-Dec., Summer 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Fall 10 a.m.-4 p.m.


    Crops Grown:
    Other Vegetables

    Ozark Forest Mushrooms
    Salem, MO
    St. Louis County
    Phone: 
  • 573-858-3384
  • Method of Growing: Certified Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Mail Order

  • Notes: Produce: We raise shitake mushrooms on oak logs under pine forest canopy; floating row covers maintain humidity and are hand inoculated and cold-water immersed. We grow Pom-Pom mushrooms in a root cellar. Shitake and Pom-Poms are organically certified by OCIA. Caatalog available on website. Directions: Distribution office at: 4112 West Pine Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63108 (314)531-9935 Member: Missouri Organic Assn.


    Crops Grown:
    Other Vegetables

    Ozark Forest Mushrooms
    Salem, MO
    St. Louis County
    Phone: 
  • (573) 858-3384
  • (314) 531-9935 (fax)
    E-mail: 
  • nicola@ozarkforest.com
    Web Address: 
  • www.ozarkforest.com
  • Method of Growing: Certified Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Community Supported Agriculture

  • Notes: Produce: We raise shitake mushrooms on oak logs under pine forest canopy; floating row covers maintain humidity and are hand inoculated and cold-water immersed. We grow Pom-Pom mushrooms in a root cellar. shitake and Pom-Poms are organically certified by OCIA. Catalog available on website. Directions: Distribution office at: 4112 West Pine Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63108 (314)531-9935 Member: Missouri Organic Assn.


    Crops Grown:
    Asparagus Herbs Other Vegetables

    Persimmon Farm
    Florissant, MO
    St. Louis County
    Phone: 
  • 314-921-6330
  • 314-839-8708
  • Method of Growing: Certified Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Mail Order

  • Notes: Produce: Subscription farm offering variety of produce from asparagus to zucchini and many culinary herbs. Use BCS tiller and woman power. Specialty items: Eggs. Member: Missouri Organic Assn.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Beets Blackberries Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Green Beans Nuts other than pecans Okra Onions Other Fruit Crops Other Vegetables Peaches Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Plums Potato, Irish Potato, Sweet Pumpkin Spinach Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes Turnips Watermelons

    Prouhet Vegetable Farm
    Bridgeton, MO
    St. Louis County
    Phone: 
  • 314-739-4978
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: True farm setting; large parking area. Produce: Apples, nectarines, peaches, plums, peanuts, blackberries, dry & green beans, lima beans, beets, broccoli, cabbage, cantaloupes, cauliflower, cucumbers, eggplant, garlic, greens, horseradish, okra, dry onions, bell & hot peppers, popcorn, potatoes, pumpkins, spinach, summer & winter squash, sweet corn, sweet potatoes, southern peas, tomatoes, turnips, watermelon. Specialty items: Apple butter, cider, gourds, hanging baskets, honey, jams/jellies, ornamental corn, sorghum & other syrups, sweet potato plants, field-grown mums, fall ornamental baskets, straw bales, cornstalks, hot sauces, relishes. Pick-your-own: Strawberries: About May 15 Sweet corn: June 15-Labor Day Pumpkins: October Directions: Located 1.5 miles north of St Charles Rock Rd. on Prouhet Farm Rd., between Ferguson Ln. & Missouri Bottom Rd. Hours: May 15-day before Thanksgiving Mon-Sat., 10 a.m.-7 p.m.Sun., 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Sun., 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. (closed Nov.) Wholesale: Year-round October: School group hay rides during week (9:30 a.m. -4 p.m.; make reservations); family group hayrides, weekends only; many farm animals year-round; large covered straw maze.


    Crops Grown:
    Corn Pumpkin Strawberries Tomatoes

    River Hills Warrenton Farmers' Market
    Warrenton, MO
    St. Louis County
    E-mail: 
  • 7-dfarms@moety.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Produce: Of seasonal variety, such as berries, potatoes, tomatoes, pumpkin, corn and many more garden items. Livestock: Generally small animals like rabbits, ducks, chickens, eggs, goat, sheep and many specialty breeds at times. Even an occasional calf or pig! Original: Hand made products by local crafters. Nothing of retail or resold items allowed. Directions: Warrenton exit #194 on I-70. This will be Hwy 47. Proceed north past McDonald's Restaurant for one mile to Fairgrounds Rd. on left. Farmers Market is 0.3 mile on right at Fairgrounds. Hours: Open May 15-first fall frost Every Tue., 4-7 p.m.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Asparagus Beets Blackberries Cabbage Corn Eggplant Green Beans Nuts other than pecans Onions Other Fruit Crops Peaches Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Potato, Irish Potato, Sweet Pumpkin Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes Turnips Watermelons

    Rombach Farms "The Pumpkin Patch"
    Chesterfield, MO
    St. Louis County
    Phone: 
  • 636-532-7265
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Produce: Apples, apricots, cherries, nectarines, peaches, pears, plums, pecans, walnuts, blueberries, table grapes, black & red raspberries, asparagus, green beans, beets, cabbage, cantaloupe, carrots, cauliflower, cucumbers, eggplant, garlic, horseradish, lettuce, okra, green onions, bell & hot peppers, popcorn, potatoes, pumpkins, radishes, summer & fall squash, sweet corn, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, turnips, watermelon. Apr. 15: Topsoil, mulch, landscape rock. Early July: Homegrown vegetables, including tomatoes, squashes, peppers, cabbage, sweet corn, melons. Large fruit selection, some locally grown, & our private label jams/jellies & salad dressings. Parties available in pavilion. Oct. 1: Month-long celebration of autumn and Halloween; fall vegetables in produce stand, including yams & turnips, along with straw corn stalks, mums & crafts for harvest displays; pick your own pumpkins, face painting, pony rides, a maze, stagecoach rides & more. Old time tractors on display and antiques. Brats & hot dogs. Speialty items: Apple butter, bedding plants, cider, gourds, herbs/spices, hanging baskets, honey, jams/jellies, mushrooms, nursery stock, ornamental corn, potted plants, sorghum syrup and other syrups, vegetable plants & crafts. Largest pumpkin patch in Midwest. Directions: Located 3/4 mile west of Spirit of St. Louis Airport on Olive Street Rd., Hwy 40/I-61 to Chesterfield Airport Rd exit. Hours: Open Apr 15-Oct 31 Spring: Daily, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Summer/Fall: Daily 9 a.m.-6 p.m. October: Extended hours.


    Crops Grown:
    Beets Cabbage Cantaloupes Cucumbers Green Beans Okra Other Vegetables Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Potato, Sweet Pumpkin Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes Turnips Watermelons

    Schroeter's Roadside Stand
    St. Louis, MO
    St. Louis County
    Phone: 
  • 314-892-1433
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Produce: Green beans, beets, cabbage, cantaloupe, cucumbers, greens, okra, green onions, bell & hot peppers, pumpkins, radishes, spinach, summer & winter squash, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, turnips, watermelon. Directions: Located 1/4 miles west of I-55 on Meramec Bottom Rd. Hours: June 15-Oct. 31 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Stands at Soulard Farmers' Market -John W. Schroeter Location: Located at stands 82-83 & 71-72 Hours: Open year-round, 6 a.m.-5 p.m. John F. Schroeter, (341) 487-5676 Produce: Green beans, beets, cabbage, cantaloupe, cucumbers, greens, okra, green onions, bell & hot peppers, pumpkins, radishes, spinach, sumer & winter squash, sweet potatoes, tomatoes, turnips, watermelon. Location: Soulard Farmers'Market, stands 74 & 75 Hours: Open year-round, 6 am.m-5 p.m.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Asparagus Beets Blueberries Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Carrots Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Grapes Green Beans Herbs Lettuce Nectarines Onions Peaches Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Plums Potato, Sweet Pumpkin Radish Spinach Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Tomatoes Turnips Watermelons

    Soulard Farmers' Market
    St. Louis, MO
    St. Louis County
    Phone: 
  • 314-622-4180
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Directions: Soulard Market is located one mile south of downtown on 7th St. in historic Soulard Neighborhood. From I-55 or I-44: Take exit 208 (7th St./Park Ave. exit), and follow signs. From Hwy 70: Follow signs to I-55/I-44 near downtown exit; take exit 208 (7th St./park Ave., exit). From Hwy 40: Take Broadway/"Last Missouri Exit" and follow signs to 7th St. Turn left on 7th St., proceed one mile. Hours: Open year-round. Wed.-Fri., 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Sat.,6 a.m.-5:30 p.m.


    Crops Grown:
    Cantaloupes Eggplant Tomatoes

    The Ville Open-Air Market
    St. Louis, MO
    St. Louis County
    Phone: 
  • (314) 534-8015
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Produce: Fresh produce. Hours: Opening approx. June 2001. Call for days & times. Directions: From I-70 east, take Kingshighway exit, turn right. Turn left on Dr. Martin Luther King Dr. Market is located at 4223 Dr. Martin Luther King Dr.


    Crops Grown:
    Blackberries Cabbage Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Herbs Other Fruit Crops Other Vegetables Peaches Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Potato, Irish Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Tomatoes

    Thies Farm and Greenhouse
    St. Louis, MO
    St. Louis County
    Phone: 
  • 314-428-9878
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Produce: April: Bedding plants, potted plants, perennials, hanging baskets, potted roses. Late May: Pick your own strawberries and already picked strawberries in our markets. June: Raspberries, blackberries. July-September: Vine-ripened tomatoes, peaches, peppers, (various) cucumbers, squashes, potatoes, cabbage, greens, sweet corn, eggplant, fresh herbs. October: Fall harvest celebration called "Pumpkinland" caters to all children, with unique farm-style play area, wagon rides, and tons of pumpkins. October-December: Hanley Market only open through December. Produce, poinsettias, fresh-cut Christmas trees. Directions: One block south of I-70 on Hanley (across from Metro-Link station) Hours: Apr-Dec. Creve Coeur Location 3120 Creve Coeur Mill Rd. Maryland Heights, MO 63146 (3314) 469-7559 Directions: 3 miles north of Olive on Creve Coeur Mill Rd. Half mile west of Marine Ave. (Creve Coeur Lake). Located by Creve Coeur Airport & new soccer complex, across from Creve Coeur Recreation complex. Hours: Apr.-Oct.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Cantaloupes Cucumbers Green Beans Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Potato, Sweet Radish Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Tomatoes

    Ste Genevieve County Farmers' Market
    Ste. Genevieve, MO
    Ste.Genevieve County
    Phone: 
  • 573-883-3091
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Directions: Located at corner of Third and Jefferson, one block north of town square, La Galerie parking lot. Hours: May-Oct., Sat., 7 a.m.-noon.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Corn Nectarines Peaches Plums Tomatoes

    C&L Orchards
    Dexter, MO
    Stoddard County
    Phone: 
  • 573-624-3771 (Orchard)
  • 573-624-1991 (Market)
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: Market open from July 1 to November 1


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Gourds Nectarines Okra Other Fruit Crops Peaches Pears Peppers, Bell Plums Potato, Sweet Pumpkin Tomatoes

    Kevin & Janet Johns, Cates Orchard
    Dudley, MO
    Stoddard County
    Phone: 
  • 573-624-3949
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Strawberries

    The Strawberry Patch
    Bloomfield, MO
    Stoddard County
    Phone: 
  • 573 568 2088
  • 573 614 2481
    E-mail: 
  • carl_bess@Hotmail.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Cucumbers Other Vegetables Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Squash, Summer Strawberries

    Brigadoon Farm
    Roby, MO
    Texas County
    Phone: 
  • 417-458-4709
    E-mail: 
  • below@train.missouri.org
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market


  • Crops Grown:
    Nuts other than pecans Other Fruit Crops Tomatoes

    Goods From The Woods
    Licking, MO
    Texas County
    Phone: 
  • 573-674-4567
    E-mail: 
  • penny@pinenut.com
    Web Address: 
  • http://www.pinenut.com
  • Method of Growing: Declared Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Wholesale
  • Mail Order

  • Notes: Goods From The Woods grows heirloom foods, including huge brandywine tomatoes. We will be harvesting sunchokes, amaranth and comfrey. We are currently working toward collecting native forest plants for cultivation as a group. Please see the Wildcrafter Grower's Cooperative Project on our web page.


    Crops Grown:
    Asparagus Blackberries

    Walnut Hill Farm
    Cabool, MO
    Texas County
    Phone: 
  • 417-962-5414
  • 417-254-0445
    E-mail: 
  • walnuthillfarm@gotrain.org
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: We sell Black Satin thornless blackberry plants as well. Our asparagus plants were put in this spring so should be ready for sale in 2012.


    Crops Grown:
    Strawberries

    Ogle Strawberries
    Nevada, MO
    Vernon County
    Phone: 
  • 417-667-8691
  • 417-448-4126
    E-mail: 
  • wesleyogle@hotmail.com
  • Method of Growing: Declared Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market


  • Crops Grown:
    Apples Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Green Beans Onions Other Fruit Crops Other Vegetables Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Potato, Irish Pumpkin Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Tomatoes

    East-Central Missouri Farmers' Market-Silex
    Warrenton, MO
    Warren County
    Phone: 
  • (636) 456-3444
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Hours: Open early June.


    Crops Grown:
    Corn Cucumbers Gourds Ornamental Corn Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Pumpkin Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Tomatoes

    Mikus Farms
    Wright City, MO
    Warren County
    Phone: 
  • 636-745-3927
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: Our specialty is pumpkins, and indian corn. We now have our own line of birdseed as well, we have straight black oil sunflowers, as well as a couple of birdseed mixs.


    Crops Grown:
    Asparagus Beets Broccoli Cabbage Cantaloupes Corn Cucumbers Eggplant Gourds Green Beans Herbs Lettuce Okra Ornamental Corn Pears Peas, English Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Potato, Irish Potato, Sweet Pumpkin Spinach Squash, Summer Strawberries Tomatoes Turnips Watermelons

    RECKAMP FARMS
    WRIGHT CITY, MO
    Warren County
    Phone: 
  • 636-673-2734
  • 636-673-2332
    E-mail: 
  • RECKAMPFARMS@AOL.COM
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Third generation family farm. We also sell our own drug free pork. We are open seven days a week, year round with the exception of national holidays. Call for directions or additional information.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Blackberries Cantaloupes Other Fruit Crops Peaches Peppers, Bell Pumpkin Tomatoes Watermelons

    Thierbach Orchards & Berry Farm Apple Junction
    Marthasville, MO
    Warren County
    Phone: 
  • Orchard: (636) 433-2299
  • Apple Junction Store: (636) 433-2757
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market

  • Notes: Produce: Peaches, apples, blackberries, raspberries, tomatoes, peppers, pumpkins, watermelon, cantaloupe and more. Available at the Apple Junction: fresh fruits, vegetables, jams/jellies, baking mixes, mums and more. Pick-your-own: Blackberries: June-Aug., Daily, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Raspberries: Aug.-Oct., Daily, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Apples: Sept.-Nov., Fri-Sun. Call for more specific ripening dates. Directions: From I-70: Take I-70 to Warrenton exit. Go south on Hwy 47. Apple Junction Store will be on right, approx. 11 miles. Berry Patch is 4 miles further on Hwy 47. Turn right on Town Branch Rd. and follow signs. From I-44. Take I-44 west to Hwy 100 exit at Washington. Take Hwy 100 to Hwy 47 in Washington. Take Hwy 47 north approx. 7 miles. Turn left on Town Branch Rd. and follow signs to Berry Patch, or continue north on Hwy 47 approx. 4 miles to Apple Junction.


    Crops Grown:
    Apples Cantaloupes Corn Cucumbers Green Beans Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Potato, Irish Squash, Summer Squash, Winter Strawberries Tomatoes

    Washington County Farmers' Market
    Potosi, MO
    Washington County
    Phone: 
  • (573) 438-2671
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: Two locations and times: Parking lot, Washington County Courthouse, Directions: Intersection of North Missouri St. & Hwy. 8. Hours: June 23-Oct. (until produce is gone) Sat., 7:30 a.m.-noon. Parking lot, Washington County Health Department Directions: Purcell Drive off Hwy.21 north. Hours: July 11-Oct (until produce is gone) Wed., 8 a.m. until produce is gone.


    Crops Grown:
    Corn Peaches

    Byers Orchard
    Fordland, MO
    Webster County
    Phone: 
  • 417-767-2439
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market


  • Crops Grown:
    Apples Grapes Peaches Pumpkin Tomatoes

    Murphy Orchard
    Seymour, MO
    Webster County
    Phone: 
  • 417.935.2270
    E-mail: 
  • info@murphyorchard.com
    Web Address: 
  • http://murphyorchard.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market

  • Notes: All natural apple cider is made on-site. The market also has berries, fruits, and vegetables grown by local farmers. Orchard tours, honey, jams/preserves, baked goods, crafts and other items are also available.


    Crops Grown:
    Cantaloupes Corn Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Misc. Tomatoes Watermelons

    Davis Family Produce
    Grant City, MO
    Worth County
    Phone: 
  • 660-564-3448
    E-mail: 
  • cdavislogging@yahoo.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Wholesale

  • Notes: First year marketing produce,looking for markets.Wanting to expand in 2005.


    Crops Grown:
    Cabbage Eggplant Lettuce Other Vegetables Peppers, Bell Peppers, Hot Squash, Summer

    aladdine ranch
    hartville, MO
    Wright County
    Phone: 
  • 417-877-0751
    E-mail: 
  • mfab4mial@juno.com
  • Method of Growing: Declared Organic

    Marketing Type(s):
  • Food Buying Cooperative
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Squash, Summer Watermelons

    ALAEDDIN RANCH
    Hartville , MO
    Wright County
    Phone: 
  • 417-877-0751
    E-mail: 
  • MFAB4MIAL@JUNO.COM
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Farmers Market
  • Food Buying Cooperative
  • Wholesale


  • Crops Grown:
    Blackberries Cantaloupes Cucumbers Gourds Okra Onions Peppers, Bell Peppers, Misc. Pumpkin Strawberries Tomatoes Watermelons

    Simpsons Family Farm
    Mountain Grove, MO
    Wright County
    Phone: 
  • 417-926-5308
    E-mail: 
  • manager@simpsonsfamilyfarm.com
    Web Address: 
  • http://www.simpsonsfamilyfarm.com
  • Method of Growing: Conventional

    Marketing Type(s):
  • U-Pick
  • Roadside Stand/On Farm Market
  • Farmers Market


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    University of Missouri Extension
    102 N. Main St. Ste. 1, Gallatin, MO 64640
    660-663-3232   BakerT@missouri.edu