We are a very small farm business located in Geary County, Kansas. Farm operations are managed by husband and wife team, Robin and Brian. Robin is the business owner and makes the soaps and candles. She also manages all business operations that include marketing, label and produt design, photography, website, inventories, shipping, customer service and more.
What We Grow
We have a passion for growing everything! From all kinds of rare heirloom vegetables, herbs, mushrooms, native berry producing shrubs, and exotic fruit trees like apples and figs. We use all natural farm practices and only use high quality certified organic pesticides if absolutely necessary. Find our live plants and fresh heirloom produce at the Farmer's Market in Manahttan, Kansas.
Spring - Greens, radishes, carrots, beets, spring onions and more.
Summer - Tomatoes, elephant garlic, fingerling potatoes, eggplant, peppers, cucumber, onions, okra, muskmelon (a hard to find variety called Kansas Melon, from seed we've been saving for over 5 years).
Fall - Heirloom winter squash, sweet potatoes, apples
We have a small flock of chickens who live in a chicken mansion and are rotated between two very large outdoor pens full of all the greens they can eat. They produce delicious eggs. To help with pollination on our farm we also manage several honeybee hives that produce honey in the summer.
What We Make
Our pecan butter is made with dry roasted, Kansas grown, organic pecans. We can ship this item to folks in Kansas only.
Our Sunflower Soaps are made with pure 100% ALL NATURAL ingredients. We source 50% of our ingredients here in the State of Kansas. The sunflower oil is grown and processed by our friends at Wright Farms located in Bird City, Kansas and the beeswax comes from our own honey bee hives when we have it, otherwise, we source it from other local farms.
Our campfire themed Campfire Candles are made with our own original blends of fragrance oils that are NOT subject to the California Prop 65 warning. We use sustainably harvested wood wicks and soy wax from soy grown in the U.S.A.
You can find us at the Downtown Manhattan Kansas Farmer's Market from April through December.