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Our Producers

Pure Pastures is a family-owned and operated ranch in Canyon Lake, Texas. They practice 100% regenerative farming techniques and produce some of the most delicious, nutrient-dense meats in the heart of Texas Hill Country. 

Behind the Oak Farm, is a multi-generational, family-owned farm that sits just outside of San Antonio, TX. The Greaves family has maintained Behind the Oak since the 70’s, and have made extensive efforts to change the way farming is done. If you find yourself in the small town of Schertz, you may run into Samantha Platt and her husband, Zachary, along with their 4 children, who will help show you how much they care about their animals.
Richardson Farms is a family-run farm located in Rockdale Texas. Owned by Jim and Kay Richardson, this sustainably-minded operation raises grass-fed beef, pastured pork, free-range chicken, turkey, and even ducks! Plus they also run a raw milk dairy and sell their farm-fresh eggs to the folks of central Texas. 
Rambler was inspired by the crystal-clear limestone-filtered swimming holes that defined their childhoods. They’re committed to conserving these natural areas for future generations, which is why they’re proudly partnered with Texas Parks & Wildlife Foundation and American Rivers.

Wholesome Meats is a mission driven, Texas-based beef brand dedicated to facilitating consumer adoption of regenerative agriculture. By partnering with family-owned ranches like Pure Pastures, Parker Creek Ranch, and Behind the Oaks Farm, they are able to offer your family premium, regenerative, 100% grass-fed ground beef.

Easy Tiger’s in-house bakery offers a selection of Old World hearth breads, European-style pastries, and signature soft pretzels— all baked fresh daily. Plus, they facilitate ways for folks to make their own creations at home. They frequently post recipes and they’ll even share their sourdough starter with you!

Gita and Cas Vanwoerden planted their first seeds on the Animal Farm property over 20 years ago. The family was not impressed by supermarket produce and longed for the more flavorful produce. 
Working five acres of leased land in Manor, Texas these two said they are getting back to their roots in the latest chapter of their farming journey, returning to the state where they learned to farm.
Shirttail Creek Farm remains completely intact after more than 150 years and sits on the rolling Blackland Prairie just outside Brenham, TX, about halfway between Austin and Houston.