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!
Elderslie Farm began as a blackberry and veggie-growing operation and sawmill/woodworks.
Through the years we have added blackberry you-picks, outdoor cafe, series of special events, farm-to-table dinners, local fine dining, private events, cheese and wine tastings.
Most recently, we’ve added Elderslie Creamery, Everyday Elderslie, evening patio service and an online shop.
Contact name: Grace Coyne
We care a lot about how our food tastes, so we scour the market to find the most delicious fruit and vegetable varieties to grow. Whenever we can, we grow from organic, heirloom seeds and root stock. We never use genetically modified organisms.
We are dedicated to growing fruits and vegetables in ways that don't damage the environment in which they grow or the people who consume them. Our fertilizers are always organic. We also avoid using poisons and toxins to control insects, weeds, and disease.
Farm founder Leah learned to garden from her father and originally used his old-timey methods. Over the years, we have adapted from more current and popular methods, like permaculture and hugelkultur. On any given year, you will find a variety of growing methods employed on the farm as we experiment, evaluate, and learn.
We believe that food grown locally, seasonally, and sustainably doesn't just taste better and isn't just more health inducing but is more humane and socially just, too. We hope you will appreciate the vision we have for our farm and that you will join us in making it a reality by purchasing your produce here.
Specialty grade coffee, thoughtfully sourced, and craft roasted two pounds at a time. Harmony Coffee Roasters is licensed by the KDA for retail and wholesale. Our offerings include directly traded beans imported from Kansan-owned farms in Honduras.