Butler Bees Honey was established 10 years ago on a ranch in the heart of the Flint Hills in Kansas. What began as a hobby, then traveled through word of mouth has grown into a booming business. Today, Butler Bees sells fresh, natural honey to individuals, companies and patrons who want the best.
Since 2009 we’ve been nurturing and growing healthy, maturing plants that are now 7, 8 and 9 years old and refining the conditions in which our plants grow and produce. 2010 marked the first year we made our berries available beyond family and a few friends. We’re now enjoying making many new “Berry Good Friends” each season and creating smiles when our customers taste our berries!
Proudly serving Kansas Heritage meats. With everything for Black Angus hand selected by Creekstone Farms to Heritage Breed Chicken and Duck Eggs to Heritage Rabbit, our modern butcher shop takes pride in the quality and care that our farmers take in preparing the best meats and town. Also enjoy some of the artisan food prepared as well!
Rommey Farms is the choice for local, fresh produce to feed south central Kansans. We are small growers supporting sustainable agriculture in the heart of the Flint Hills, 4 miles west of Cassoday, Kansas. Now in our 4th season, we have a vibrant Community Supported Agriculture program serving over 31 families weekly. The farm has supplied 3 food vendors and contributed to a Farm to Table dinner for Susan B. Allen Memorial Hospital. Selling at the Original El Dorado Farmers Market , Kechi’s Farmer Market and the Wichita Old Town Farmers Market. In 2016 my husband Don and I had a vision to use our farm to feed our local communities. Since its beginning establishment, we have served 31 families through our Community Supported Agriculture program, worked with restaurants and food suppliers. Our vision is to bolster local and rural economies and create an option for local food to strengthen and help diversify our food system. To build a community that values local farmers, good food, soil and water, and learning.
We are a 5 acre farm. We usually have 4-10 hogs fattening at any time. Fruit trees are scattered around the farm and we have about 1 acre planted to tomatoes and other produce.
Our daughter Maria bakes cinnamon rolls, sweet breads, cookies, fruit rolls, and pecan pies under the name ‘Maria G’s Baked Goods.’