Dickey farms was homesteaded 1867 Henderson/Warner Farms. It became Dickey Farms in 1921 & now spans 7 generations. Approximately 72 acres are farmed with rotating crops throughout the season. The crops harvested are: green onions, spinach, green cabbage, green beans, tomatoes, sweet corn, eggplant, peppers, summer squash, cucumbers, winter squash, cherries, peaches & apricots. the farm is GAP & Food Alliance certified.
On our family operated farm, run on organic and sustainable principles, we produce all things redworms and worm castings, and available in any quantity to you! This allows us to grow and produce our fine and unique pestos, and grow peppers, peashoots, sunflower shoots, moringa, Chinese water spinach, as well as more traditional veggies some grown in our aquaponics system (fish available soon), and some traditional garden style. We have quail eggs from our hardy flock of coturnix quail. We also produce tastey edible insects: mealworms and banded crickets.
Thanksgiving turkeys, White Holland heritage breed processed at local processor (Little Farms, LLC).
We practice regenerative agriculture, raising heritage breed livestock and heirloom specialty crops. We improve our pastures, soils, streams, and forests every year through rotational multi-species grazing and dryland-farming with no irrigation. We use only natural methods to manage the health of our plants, animals, and the people they nourish — GMO-free, antibiotic-free, chemical-free.
Specialize in meat turkey and chickens, both Cornish and a Heritage Delaware varieties. That are grown with all organic soy and GMO free feed and raised on fresh pasture everyday; butchered in house. We offer poultry CSA options, as well as vegetable CSA’s, pastured eggs, diverse market vegetables, granola, microgreens, and value added poultry products.
We serve our local community by producing high quality, sustainably raised food, year round. We are a certified organic, family owned and operated farm that uses regenerative farming practices to grow soils and feed families.