Farms Selling Organic Food (Meat, Eggs, Raw Milk, Produce) at the Farm
including Allen, Frisco, McKinney, and Plano
Updated July 12, 2019
Below you'll find listed dairies, farms, and markets that welcome the public to purchase delicious local, and some organic, farm-to-market products.
Listings are under primary products sold. For example, Lavon Farms primarily sells dairy products so they are listed under Raw Milk, but under the
listing we mention the other products they sell such as grass-fed beef.
Please remember that, due to the nature of farming, not all products are available at all times. Farms are not supermarkets!
For a comprehensive list of farmers markets within Collin County, please visit our
Farmers Markets Page
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Raw milk is easy to find on the eastern side of Collin County. With it's many purported health benefits, people are looking to buy raw milk directly
from a local dairy farm.
N & P Farm & Dairy (Nana-n-Pop's)
Raw goat and cow milk on this farm along with keiffer, buttermilk, fresh eggs, goat milk soap, jam, and jelly. Typically open Wednesday, 10-6,
Saturday, 9-2, but call first so they don't miss you!
713 CR-610, Farmersville
Lavon Farms, Plano
Raw Guernsey & Jersey milk from primarily grass-fed cows is sold from their farm in Plano. Also available for purchase are drinkable yogurt, cheese, butter and caramel milk sold under
the Lucky Layla brand. (The yogurt is also available at Whole Foods and Sam's Club.) View their
Lucky Layla website
for additional details on their dairy products. The store in Plano now sells
3721 N. Jupiter Road, Plano
Cream Top Dairy, Van Alstyne
Sadly, this location closed April 2017.
Grass-fed Beef and Pasture-raised Pork
Yes, you can pick up grass-fed beef at some of your local grocers, but you may want to buy grass-fed beef from a local rancher so you know the hamburger
is from one-two animals (rather than 60 or more in large production facilities).
Not technically pure grass-fed beef, these cattle are pasture raised then finished on grass and silage harvested from crops raised on the farm.
You may purchase it at the McKinney Farmers Market or by picking it up at a Keeton family member's home after ordering. (Address provided at time
You can either stop and enjoy a nice, hot burger to eat at a picnic table or pick up some grass-fed beef to cook at home. Check website for times.
1989 W Lucas Rd, Lucas
Local Yocal Farm-to-Market, McKinney
You'll feel like you've stepped back into time when you enter this little meat market featuring meat (pasture-raised Berkshire pork, grass-fed beef,
100% Angus beef, grass-fed lamb, pasture-raised poultry) from local ranchers, humanely raised, free of hormones, antibiotics and steroids. This
market's specialty is grass-fed, grass-finished beef from cattle living their entire lives in open pasture, supplemented with hay and natural
vegetable feed only when pasture quality is less than optimal. They are GMO-free. This farm-to-market store in Historic McKinney also sells Wagyu Beef
(famous for Kobe beef) naturally raised on a 100% vegetarian diet. Go for the meat, but load up your cart with local-made items for your pantry,
eggs from family farms, and a cold soda pop.
213 N. Tennessee Street, McKinney
Truth Hill Farm
You are invited to the farm to experience the good life their animals enjoy every day. Place your order ahead of your visit before heading out to pick up
your products: 100% forage fed natural beef, pasture pork, pasture free range chickens, pasture grass finished lamb, pasture lamb, farmstead cheeses,
raw unfiltered honey, and supplements. Call for an appointment to visit.
17953 County Road 618, Farmersville
Take your family directly to the farm to purchase your produce, eggs, honey, and meat. For most of us, this is about as close as we will come to
authentic farm-to-table dining!
This organic farm is located in northwest Collin County and specializes in fresh produce, free-range eggs, raw honey, grass-fed lamb and pastured poultry.
Call for an appointment to visit. You'll also find them at the McKinney Farmers Market.
8436 County Road 134, Celina
All products are grown with organic fertilizers, is pesticide-free and/or fed Certified and Verified Organic Non-GMO Feed. Available by pre-order are
organic pork and whole chickens, quail, turkeys (seasonal), free-range chicken and quail eggs, vegetables, herbs and pear butter/spread. If you're thinking of
raising chickens, you'll also be happy to learn Chiggahopper Farms sells chicken coops and "tractors". Please note for mapping purposes, use
8350 County Road 88, Celina. (This is what the map link below links to.)
3000 Choate Parkway, Celina
Good Earth Organic Farm
A family-owned organic farm that has been maintained organically for over 30 years selling fresh produce and grass-fed pasture-raised lamb. Also sold
at their farm store is grass-fed beef and certified organic pecans from Adams Blackland Prairie Farm in Ladonia. Good Earth Organic Farm is located
just a couple of miles outside of Collin County.
8571 FM 272, Celeste
Jacob's Reward Farm
Pasture fresh eggs from free range chickens are sold at this farm, and folks are welcome to tour with prior arrangements. Family, scout, homeschool,
seniors, and play groups are all welcome.
4308 Church Lane, Parker
Lake Forest Farm
All produce is raised utilizing no pesticides, herbicides or chemical fertilizers or genetically modified seed and feed. Home to upward of fifty
pasture raised hens, three ducks, two wild cats, two tank-full of fish who power our aquaponic grow beds, and countless bees cared for by their own
beekeepers. Pasture raised eggs and honey can be purchased direct from the farm as well as seasonal produce. Call ahead please.
3355 Ryan Trail, McKinney
Paca D'Lites Alpaca Ranch
Chicken and duck eggs from free range chickens fed a non-GMO and non-soy feed.
3603 Hogge Drive, Parker
Pure Land Organic
Seasonal U-pick farm free of synthetic pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers, or other additives. Pay an entrance fee plus price per pound (varies).
7505 County Road 201, McKinney
Rosa Family Farm
Creamy goat cheese purchased right from the farm where the goats are raised; it doesn't get any fresher! Located just a few miles outside of
Collin County, plan for an early afternoon visit but please call a day ahead to place your order.
421 County Road 4675, Leonard
Stonebranch Micro Farm
This farm is open for tours and visits by appointment, but they sell only at farmers markets. Certified Naturally Grown (same as Certified Organic) seasonal
produce varies weekly. Stonebranch sells only produce grown at their own farm. Flower bouquets available May thru mid-November.
7114 CR 971, Celina
Own a stake in the farmer's success and enjoy a variety of fresh produce as your reward by participating in a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture).
Typically the way it works is you pay a set fee and receive a certain amount of farm-raised items for your share, weekly or bi-weekly. The variety
depends upon product success and time of year.
Reeve's Family Farm
Organically grown fruits and vegetables.
3577 FM1377, Princeton
Squeezepenny Sustainable Farm (SSF), McKinney
Taking a break for 2019. Check the Facebook page for updates. Independent Co-Producers offers crops that are grown in, animals that are raised in,
and/or products that are produced in the following Texas Counties:
Collin, Dallas, Denton, Fannin, Grayson, Hunt and Rockwall. Drop-off locations within Collin County.
Raw Local Honey
We've all heard the health benefits of buying local honey, including preventing local allergies! Here's where to buy honey local to the Collin County
and Dallas area.
Warne's Honey Bees
You are welcome to visit these third generation bee farmers if you call ahead first. They also sell their honey at Trade Days and farmers markets.
Please note that due to road name changes, use map link and not street address. (This is what the map link below links to.)
713 E. Foster Crossing, Anna
Desert Creek Honey
This apiary raises their own honeybees, harvess the honey, and sells it directly to customers in its most natural and raw form. You are welcome to
order through the website to have your honey shipped to you or call and pick up your order directly at the apiary.
575 County Road 5010, Blue Ridge
You've heard about Texas-grown pecans and you've been dying to try them, but where can you buy locally grown, Texas pecans?
Foster Crossing Pecans
The orchard has about 500 pecan trees and the Luscombes trade with a couple of other pecan farmers to make available two to three varieties each year.
Open only during harvest season, November to January. Automatic shelling machines are available for use, however, the small native Texas pecans do
not fit in the machine.
1303 W Foster Crossing Road, Anna
Locally-made Groceries to Stock Your Larder
From jams & jellies & pickles to tortilla chips & bakery, stock your pantry at these local markets. Be sure to check the listings above as some of
the markets and dairies also sell items in this category.
Loco Cowpoke Salsa Shop, McKinney
Little shop carrying big flavor--all made in Texas! Fill up your pantry Texas-style with salsa, olives, peppers, sauces and peanut butter! But wait,
it gets better: you get to sample almost anything in the store before slapping down your hard-earned cash (or credit card)!
206 E Louisiana Street, McKinney
Luscombe Farm Specialty Foods
Specialty gourmet store on the farm featuring award-winning jellies including the family's recipe for jalapeno jelly. Gift baskets, salsas, honey, and other
delicious treats for your pantry. Limited hours; check website. Please note the map shows Private Road 5302.
8649 Luscombe Farm Drive, Anna
Patina Green Market, McKinney
This little market will help you to stock your larder and pantry with Texas-grown and -raised produce, olives, eggs, dairy, beans, chicken, jellies and more.
116 N. Tennessee Street, McKinney
Produce, Farm and Specialty Stands
Local farmers rely on small retailers and roadside stands to sell their merchandise, and often it is only the locals who know where to find them. But
when you ask where can I find a farm stand selling eggs or local produce, you'll find the answer here.
Lola's Local Market, Melissa
Lola the Pig has moved to this new location on Hwy 5 just north of Melissa. Probably best known for their eggs (quail, guinea fowl,chicken, duck,
turkey and goose) this large road stand market also sells seasonal plants, laying chicks, fruits, veggies, jar goods and firewood, and specialty items to discover!
1771 Keever Main, Melissa
Fresh and Local Produce Stand, Melissa
This market sits at the intersection of Highways 5/121 on the south side of Melissa at what used to be the home of Lola the Pig. (See above listing.)
This neighborhood produce stand sells seasonal veggies, fruit, jar goods, eggs, jewelry & gifts, firewood & more. Be sure to stop at Lihoudies next
door where you can pick up a Greek delicacy--savory or sweet. Yes, this is the same fantastic company that served up delicious food at the (now defunct)
Fairview Farm Shop.
6573 N. McDonald Street, Melissa
Reeve's Family Farm Store
Organically grown fruits and vegetables. Open Friday & Saturday, 10am-6pm; Sunday, 1-6pm.
3577 FM1377, Princeton
The seasons are brief for these beauties, so once they bloom don't delay!
Martha's Iris Garden
2019 Update: The Iris Garden will not be open this year due to health issues. We will alert you if this changes.
Each Spring Martha McDowell opens her private three-acre garden to the public so they may enjoy nearly 800 iris varieties. The phone number provided
is to her niece's store, Luscombe Farms, where you may pre-order a gourmet lunch to enjoy during your visit. While there is a fee for the lunch, the
you are welcome to enjoy the garden for free. Bring your lawn chair! The season is typically in April (check the Luscombe Farms website above for
1400 County Road 366, Anna
This U-pick tulip farm is the first tulip field in Texas. The tulips typically bloom in early March and run through mid-April, but the season is
weather dependent. Texas Tulips is located just outside of the Collin County border.
10656 FM 2931, Pilot Point
By Debbie Krubsack
Updated June 19, 2019