Farming / Gardening / Misc. for Sale

$5 shovel with new handle – you assemble.
$10 Seed Stick
$10 wall mount paper towel holder, stainless – I think there are 2 of these on the wall still (new cost was about $80 each – get out your brillo pad, use a little elbow grease, save some money!)
$15 for all sand bags, new and already filled. We can order more if this is not enough but save some money buying out the last of our farm supplies.
$10 Weed Whacking Tool
$5 for 35 gal barrel that used to hold an iodine emulsion teat dip for an organically managed dairy
$75 for both shelving units as seen in these photos as well as the cross member pieces of wood for the actual shelves. Currently disassembled and ready to load.
$7 for all valve boxes and lids shown in photo.
$5.00 for both – Mouse Trap (new price $10 each)


$10 NEW IBS Insect Bait Stations ($44.35 new price online)


$40 BAND NEW, STILL IN WRAPPER Neem Oil and Orange Guard
$10 Yard Eutler Ring Base Sprinkler Stand and upright pipe
$20 for both of these seed plates
$1.00 clay planters

$7 each black collapsable crates

$160 NEW Solo Sprayer on wheels, hand operated. 4 gal HDPE tank with UV protection.  Large 4.25″ opening for easy filling and cleaning.  Chemically resistant Viton seals insure long life and durability.  Piston put out up to 90 psi.

$6 bulk head fitting – 2″ (sorry for the dirt, it was in the bottom of a barrel – we cut it out and it is ready to go)

$2 Hose reel plastic


$15/pickup truck bed load – fresh ground brush for mulch, you bring a shovel, you shovel.

$30/pickup truck bed load (can mound it but only as equivalent to a completely level load b/c otherwise it will be too heavy for the truck) – compost for organic food production

(new photo to come of the current pile – the one below is just to give you an idea of what to expect in color)

$10 compost sifters

$150 anti-kink hangers, swivel pulleys, galvanized aircraft cable, wire rope clamps and a turnbuckle, ~50′-100′.

10 for a $1.00 propagation trays and tray holders, used (~900 available)


$30 for 2 bags, NEW 50 lb each, Surround pest control, OMRI listed, a clay like sustance to spray on plants to keep pests off.

$35/box, NEW box of Rockwool ($349.99 per 30 sheets)
$2 each tomato trellis trolley’s (new price $5.50 each) – we have 1 of these.

$20/roll, 1.5″ rigid air tube, this is the heavy walled black pipe around the top of the fish tank to which you insert the air tubing to feed the air stones.



$50 for both

$_____ (call Ben Godfrey for a price, 979-220-7908)




$5 each Spring Gate latches

$40 for everything that is left – Electric Fencing Supplies


12″ steel Offsets, also knows as “standoffs or outriggers” (new price is $1.82 each)

By using < offsets (also known as “standoffs or outriggers”) to run electrified wires:

  • You can reduce stock pressure on existing conventional fences. This will extend the life of old fences and add years to new ones.
  • Old conventional fences can be rejuvenated by running an electrified wire both sides, either on the top of the posts to stop animals leaning over the fence or by attaching an offset to the fence at about two thirds of the height of the animal being controlled. This will stop animals rubbing against the fence.
  • When attaching offsets to an old existing fence, it is important to check that all wires are in good condition. Broken wires can come in contact with the electrified wires and cause shorts. Be sure to space outriggers no more than 16-22 yds apart. Position the offsets as close to the line posts as possible for rigidity.

Stafix has a large range of offsets which can be attached to either existing wires or can be hammered into wooden posts. We have many of the Wire Offsets available for sale.

WIRE OFFSET (we have these for sale at Sand Creek Farm)

















These are attached by twisting them around fence wires. They come with either porcelain or pinlock insulators.


These are for driving into timber posts. They are available for fixing to the top or the side of the post and are driven directly into the post.


These can be driven into timber posts (drill a pilot hole first) and can also be used for most concrete posts. They are available in 12″ lengths and come with either a fixed nylon clip or with a moveable steel clip.


$5 Wire clamp, crimper ($12 new price)


$50 spinning jenny for high tensile smooth wire




$10 hand seed / fertilizer spreader



$100 Steel wheeled cart


$200 each Parts for Bed roller

$150 Transplanter – needs a tool bar (call Ben Godfrey and ask for a price and a price to make the tool bar, 979-220-7908).  We have a seat that mounts on the back.


$10 Step edger (new price ~$40)


$100 Troy Bilt Hiller/Furrower with adjustable wings for horse or pony model tiller, has a fresh coat of black paint

$50 for a 3 point harvest tray for tractor

$1.00 ea Landscaping block (2 available)


$3.00 spreader

$1.00 per set of Purlin or End Connectors
41 sets of 2″ aluminum Purlin End Connectors for your greenhouse end wall connection (new price is $3-4/set)…our price….$1.00/set w/o nuts, bolts and washers (see photos below, they are packed neatly in a box).
16 sets of the larger galvanized purlin connectors and just a couple of end connectors (see photos, they are laid out in a pattern). See tape measure reading in the photo for measurement.
A Cross Connector is an easy to use piece of Hardware that allows secure connections to be made at the point where two pipes make contact. These fittings will save time, money, as well as give your Greenhouse or Tunnel the ability to have structural components added throughout its full length. Installing purlins throughout the length of your tunnel will make your system more structurally sound.
$2.35 per set for new conncectors,