Schultz Valley Farms Products
Our farm is proud to produce a diversity of products on our farm.
Some of our main products are:
Our produce production has increased over the years and we grow between 50 to 100 types of fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers to consumer. Of the different types of fruits, vegetables, herbs, and flowers, we will carry many varieties for consumers to choose from. For example, we will have 75 to 100 varieties of tomatoes, 15 to 20 types of peppers, 5 to 7 types of potatoes, a variety of melons and squash as well as many other vegetables and fruits. In our garden, we try to incorporate the most efficient way of using space to maximize yields so each year we continue to improve on our growing practices. We have also added a hoop house to increase production which has allowed us to provide produce to consumers about month or so sooner. We also try to produce as natural of a product to consumers as possible. In doing so we do as much hand weeding as possible, apply natural fertilizer and compost from the barnyard, and hand pick as many bugs as possible. However, sometimes these practices don’t eliminate the problems and we have to use other sources to save a crop in which we try to find the most organic and safest way of eliminating the problem. For it is important to us that all our produce is of good quality, has great taste, and most important safe to eat.
Our green house is filled with hanging basket , bedding flowers, herb plant, and range of vegetable plants.
Will be open in middle of April.
Maple syrup season starts in late January to early February here on the farm pending on the season. We tap and boil all our sap here on the farm. Each year we continue to make more and more syrup. We currently make all our syrup into pint or ½ pint jugs.
Our beef is raised from our calves and are grown on hay and corn from our farm. Our beef is hormone and antibiotic free. We sell our beef by the quarter, half, or whole. Our beef will be ready in the fall. Any questions about availability and prices please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Eggs come from our flock of chickens that are raised outdoors in a pen. We are hoping to start rotating the chicken pasture this summer. They are feed corn from our farm as well grass and bugs that they get from their outside pen.
We produce a large variety of baked goods, candies, jams, jellies, and butters. We try to use as much local produce as possible in our products.
Our beef herd is composed of register Angus, and mixture on Simmental, Angus, and Herford. Our herd is raised on intensive grazing which the cattle are moved daily from one pasture to another.
We currently grow corn, soybeans, wheat and oats.