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Overview of Sand Creek Farm
Sand Creek Farm is a certified Organic and GAP certified vegetable production farm utilizing new technology combined with old wisdom to produce a profitable farming operation.

Currently we grow organic produce and herbs in the soil and in aquaponics for the wholesale market as well as offer personal consultation to individuals and small business owners to achieve success in their farming ventue.  

We provide direct to a few consumers: grass fed beef and what ever produce we are growing for our wholesale market.  Email us if you are an individual that would like to buy in bulk and we will happily let you know what we have available. Harvest is typically on Mon/Tues and minimum quantities will be ~25 lbs of an individual item.

Owner, Ben Godfrey, consults on many aspects of Organic and Sustainable Farming. Ben offers private consultation for profitable sustainable farming and aquaponic facilities with custom recommendations in labor, mechanization, location, product, budget, work flow, and design.  He can help you utilizie the USDA new farmer loans and the NRCS equip programs for 100% grants. 
- Aquaponics, from backyard to commercial operations
- Farming in the soil
- Mechanizing your farm with size appropriate machinery
- Business set up
- Growing for a Truck Patch, Farmer's Market, Large Wholesale sales, CSA models
- Raw milk cow dairy consultation for grass only, or grass with 10# or less of grain/cow/day
- Designing a functional farm
and more

Sand Creek Farm was the 1st raw Cow Milk dairy in the history of Texas, beginning with our license in 2004. We closed our dairy to public production in Aug. of 2016 and no longer offer raw milk for sale. However, we are happy to share with you the pros/cons of a raw milk dairy, and the profitable way to run a raw milk dairy if it is a jouney on which you are led to embark.  

Or, if you belive that having your own home milk cow is the direction you would like to go, we will also happily teach you to have success in this venture as well.  

We still retain milk cows on the farm for our family and provide a few healthy cows for sale each year, see the Cows for Sale page. We continue to annually test each cow in our small herd for BLV, Johnes, TB, and Brucellosis.

$500, printed materials and certificate included. Private or group course available.  Email the farm for a class.

Accepted by South Dakota Raw Milk Licencensing department.

(click the family photo to read an article about the farm)
Farmer: Ben Godfrey, wife: Alysha, children: Abigale, Emily, Rebecca, Grace and Lillian

We became Farmers to provide healthy foods for our family and to empower you and the next generation to do the same. We wanted foods free of chemicals, free of antibiotics, free of hormones, free of GMO's, free of soy
, and full of nutrients, so we bought a farm, moved out of the city and started growing and producing our own food.

After 2 years of "hobby" farming on 40 acres we moved to our current farm of 169 acres in 2006. 

In 2009 we sold our commerical construction company of 15 years, our "real job" in the city, and became full time farmers.  We have now been farming for ~13 years and feed, mentor, and teach others to do the same.  

Having made the journey from "City Folks" to "Country Folks" - let us tell you, if we can do it, anyone can do it!  If you need help, we can teach you what we have learned.  email Ben Godfrey for private, custom consultation.

Items that we recommend but do not have in stock:
Read some fun articles about the farm in the following publications:
Acres USA, Jun 2014
USDA-NRCS by Randy Henry, Jan 17, 2013
Texas Farm & Home, Oct 2010
Waco Tribune-Herald by J.B. Smith, Aug 3, 2008



Sand Creek Farm * 1552 CR 267 * Cameron, TX 76520

google map us "Sand Creek Farm, Cameron, TX"

Information: email us (fastest way to reach someone at the farm)

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