Tin Bucket Farms
WHERE QUALITY IS HOMEGROWN
Let Our Farm Be Your Market
In 2016 we started out ..Troy was working for a Farmer by Galva and we were starting our family. Sally had already joined our family and another one was on the way. Troy had the dream to be a father that could work with his family, and if nothing else just be at home more. So at the first of the year we dove into gardening in a big way and Tin Bucket Farms was started. We both had enjoyed gardening in our small backyard garden since we had gotten married, this seemed like the type of thing that intrigued us both and we took off. Since both of us grew up on farms where we helped in their mom's back yard garden and knew the value of "homegrown" produce. We started off leasing a piece of land beside our long drive that had formerly been wheat ground. We ordered seeds in January and just took off and acted like we knew what we were doing! The beds in the garden were made in March and the cooler building was built on our yard and off we went. Little Kinsey Belle Joined our family in April and so life was busy. We knew when we started that we wanted to grow veggies that were were chemical free!! We started out selling our spring produce at a small farm stand at Troy's folks along a black top road on Tuesdays in May. We soon were asked to come to Inman with our Produce. Much to our delight we went and set up behind the Museum on Front Street in June. We love getting to know the locals and serving our community!! The same first year we also started out at the McPherson Farmers Market. Where we are still loving to go each Saturday to see our customers and friends. In 2017 we started out in the Community Supported Agriculture, starting with 16 CSA Shares along with our 2 markets and loved it!! In 2018 we enlarged our CSA share number to 39 with over 60% returning customers, Bought the land around our home that we had been leasing and continued goin to McPherson and Inman markets each week. 2018 also brought a greener more colorful side to the farm when we started growing our lettuce mix or what we call our salad mix. We love growing the tastiest freshest greens and always having salad at our fingertips. Fall of 2018 will also bring many new trials as we will be attempting to grow our lettuce though the winter as long as the Kansas weather will let us. It is our goal in the coming years to provide our Homegrown Quality produce to our community and continue making new friends at Market and through our CSA shares.
Tin Bucket Farms Services
Where we sell and what we offer-
We are privileged to be part of the Old Town Farm & Art Market in Wichita each Saturday from the Beginning of April to the End of December.
Hopp's Farmers Market - We along with several other vendors are at Hopp's Sno Cone Shack -214 E Euclid McPherson - market is each Thursday from the Middle of May to the end of August
Tin Bucket Farms also is part of the Community Supported Agriculture -CSA Join our CSA shares -today to become part of the Tin Bucket Farm Family
Hopp's Farmers Market
Old Town Farm & Art Market- Wichita KS
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Tin Bucket Farms is committed to exceeding your needs. Questions, comments or special requests? We’d love to hear from you, so don’t hesitate to reach out today.
510 12th Ave, Inman, KS. USA