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RESERVATIONS

Reservations

The farmers’ market is where it all began for the Halls with their first garden at the Long Meadow Ranch Mountain Estate. We are still at the market each week selling our organic produce, beef, honey and more.

ALL MARKET LOCATIONS

Fresh vegetables sold at the Farmers Market and grown by Long Meadow Ranch

NAPA FARMERS’ MARKET

Tuesdays APRIL – DECEMBER
Saturdays ALL YEAR
8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
1100 West Street, Downtown Napa

Long Meadow Ranch stand at a local farmers market in St Helena, CA

ST HELENA FARMERS’ MARKET

MAY – OCTOBER
Fridays
7:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Crane Park

Long Meadow Ranch vegetables being sold at a local farmers market

FARMSTEAD WINTER FARMERS’ MARKET

NOVEMBER – APRIL
Fridays
8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
738 MAIN ST, ST HELENA

 

FARMSTEAD COMMUNITY FARMERS’ MARKET

Fridays through April | 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
738 MAIN ST, ST HELENA

MARKET VENDORS

Long Meadow Ranch

Santa Rosa Seafood

Perfect Edge Cutlery

Monaco Truffle 

Tango With Chef

West Won Bread

Brigachero Chocolate

Triad Beverages

Mi Fiesta

Rainwater Ranch

Madeleine’s Macarons

AT THE MARKET

Eggs

HERITAGE EGGS

BREEDS: Australorp, Rhode Island Red, Ameraucana, White Leghorn, Cuckoo Maran, French Black Copper Maran
HARVEST: Year-round

When in full production, our flock of 400 chickens lays over 250 eggs per day.

Longhorns in a field

Grass-fed meats

Our 500-acre cattle ranch is just three miles northeast of Tomales Bay. The coastal fog and salty Pacific sea breezes keep temperatures cool for our Highland cattle fold and grasses lush for pasture.

With bulls weighing up to 1,800 pounds and cows up to 1,100 pounds, Scottish Highland cattle are a hardy breed due to their native environment, the Highlands of Scotland. Long horned, shaggy, and double-coated, Highlands are primarily raised for meat, which is regarded as the highest of quality and low in cholesterol.

VEGETABLES

CHERRY TOMATOES:  Sungold, Blush, Napa Chardonnay, Indigo, Mountain Magic and Bumble Bee 
HARVEST: May to November

KALE: Lacinato (aka Toscano or Dinosaur), Red Russian, Blue Curled Scotch
HARVEST: Year-round

CARROTS: Napoli, Yaya, Rolanka, Purple Sun, Dragon, Yellowstone
HARVEST: September to July

RADISHES: French Breakfast, Cherry Belle, Pink Beauty, Easter Egg, Watermelon
HARVEST: September to June

ZUCCHINI: Dunja, Zephyr, Yellow Straightneck, Yellow Crookneck, Costata Romanesco, Patty Pan
HARVEST: May to September

FRUIT

FIGS: Black Mission, Panache (aka Tiger or Candy Stripe), Adriatic, Flanders, Brown Turkey
HARVEST: June to November

STRAWBERRIES: Albion, San Andreas
HARVEST: March to November

PEACHES: Frost, Suncrest, O’Henry, July Elberta, White Lady
HARVEST: July to August

HERBS

VARIETALS: Basil, Cilantro, Chocolate Mint, Rosemary, Spearmint, Oregano, Tarragon, Thyme, Bronze Fennel, Chives, Parsley, Pineapple Sage, Common Sage, Savory, Dill

PLANTED: Year-round

HARVEST: Year-round

GARLIC + SHALLOTS

GARLIC: California Early White, Chesnok Red
PLANTED: October and November
HARVEST: March-May (Green) and June and July (Cured). In good storage conditions, cured garlic holds for more than 6 months.

SHALLOTS: French Red
PLANTED: October and November
HARVEST: May and June Shallots can hold in good storage conditions for more than 6 months.

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EXCELLENCE THROUGH RESPONSIBLE FARMING

RESERVATIONS    TRADE    MAILING LIST    CONTACT    LEGAL    CAREERS

 
 
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