We are a local family farm serving the Dallas Metro area and Northeast Texas since 1984.
Seasonal organically grown vegetables
Grown organically and sold locally. Pick up at nearby Farmer's Markets or here at the farm. We grow your basic garden fare without the use of pesticides, herbicides or chemical fertilizers. Seasonal and local - we do not have tomatoes in January nor lettuce in August. We grow with Mother Nature ! Fueling a greenhouse to grow out of season produce is just another way to pollute. Learn to eat with the seasons and avoid greenhouse and long distance shipped produce. See market schedule below...
Our lambs are 100% grass-fed, no antibiotics, no feedlots and we use an Animal Welfare Approved processor.
Our hens enjoy all the spent vegetables from the garden, insects, grasses, seeds, forbs and wildflowers, legumes and non-GMO, non-Soy feed supplements when needed.
Farmer's MarketsWe attend local Farmer's Markets so that we may better reach our customers. The markets all have their own websites and Facebook. Check with them for schedules and hours. Remember- just because it is at a farmer's market does not mean it is organic or local - ask questions ! Most markets (White Rock is the exception) allow vendors to resell produce that they have purchased wholesale and did not grow. We only sell produce that we grow here on our farm !
Current market attendance: ***
Every other Saturday 8am-1pm
1st, 3rd and 5th Saturdays 8am-1pm
Waiting for a vendor slot to open
***Lots of factors can change the market schedule ! Sign up for our email notification list or like our Facebook page for last minute updates !
Farm pickup of pre-ordered items -
We are typically available Monday - Friday for picking up farm purchases. Please call or email first to check our inventory. Eggs, beef and lamb are usually available. Fresh picked produce is only available on Fridays ! If long storing (room temperature) produce is in season (onions,garlic,winter squash) we should have those during the week. Please remember that picking up your order at the farm is NOT a farm tour. We have very limited labor and must schedule farm tours, we cannot accomodate drop ins with our heavy work load. If you signup for
and/or Facebook, you will get a notice of farm events, work days, etc.
Garden tours -
Private tours of our garden are $7.00 per person, with a $70.00 minimum. You may also visit during one of our events or workdays. We primarly produce vegetables on our farm and do not have a petting zoo. We cannot guarantee that you will see the chickens and or sheep during any one visit as it depends on thier pasture rotation. The tour is primarly a walking tour of the garden that lasts about an hour. Email notification and Facebook will keep you informed of any public farm events.
Non-GMO, Non-Soy, Non Medicated Poultry Feeds from Texas Natural Feeds is a commercially grown Non-soy, non-GMO, non-medicated feed. It offers an affordable alternative to the high costs of organic feeds with the great benefits of non soy,non-GMO with no medications. The feed is tested by an independent lab to insure it's non-GMO standard.Texas Natural Feeds is growing rapidly with the heightened concerns of genetically modified products and the over-use of soy. We use peanut meal,grain sorghum,oats,brewers yeast,fish meal and a vitamin/mineral mix in our feeds. We have a 50% vitamin increase over stand commercial feeds. Pre-order and pre-pay for market delivery !
Prices per 50 lb bag are as follows: 18% layer pellets $22.00 22% broiler grower $23.00 28% game bird starter $25.00 20% Chick Starter $22.00 10% Hen Scratch $22.00 16% Sheep&goat $ 21.00
100% grass-fed beef available !
Certified organic pasture Animal Welfare Approved
Produced by Adam's Blackland Prairie Farm in Ladonia, Texas - about 30 minutes Northeast of Good Earth Organic Farm. Beef must be pre-ordered for delivery to the market(s) we are attending this week. Bring your cooler and ice packs. Ground beef - 1.0 to 1.25 lbs per pkg. $6.99lb 85/15 or 90/10 Top Sirloin Steak 1.0 - 1.23 lbs per pkg. $10.99lb NY Strip steak .75 -1.0 lbs per pkg. $15.99lb Chuck roast 2.9 - 4.8 lbs. per pkg. $6.69lb Soup bones - 1.4 - 2.0lbs - $4.99lb Pike's peak steaks 1.0 - 2.8lbs $8.99lb Skirt steak 1.0 - 1.7lbs $9.99lb Kabob meat 1.2-1.4lbs $11.99lb Brisket 7.8 - 9.8lbs $6.99lb Flat Iron Steaks .72 -1lb $12.99lb Tenderloin - .5-1.0 $21.99lb
Call or email Good Earth to order for market delivery !
Call the Adam's farm at 903-367-7405 with any questions regarding their product and/or ordering options. Whole and half steer orders available.
Locavore? -or- Localvore? Welcome!
The New Oxford American Dictionary chose locavore, a person who seeks out locally produced food, as its word of the year 2007. The local foods movement is gaining momentum as people discover that the best-tasting and most sustainable choices are foods that are fresh, seasonal, and grown close to home. Some locavores draw inspiration from the The 100-Mile Diet - A Year of Local Eating or from advocates of local eating like Barbara Kingsolver whose book Animal, Vegetable, Miraclechronicles her family's attempts to eat locally.