Each festival year, Chefs For Farmers is proud to feature select Texas farms, known both for their quality product and their desire to forge sustainable relationships with the chefs at the forefront of the locavore movement.

Chefs For Farmers encourages every participating chef to directly reach out to these featured farms as they create their locally sourced, seasonal dishes for our festival weekend. We provide a stipend to help this seed of an idea grow into a long term, successful farm-to-table relationship. The focus of our festival is to celebrate a culinary community committed to innovative, seasonal cuisine. Because when chefs and farmers work together, we all benefit.

Be on the look out for the signage at each festival booth showing which chef and farm paired up to create each amazing dish at Chefs For Farmers 2017!

A Bar N Ranch

A Bar N Ranch

Celina, Texas

Texas Wagyu cattle

Bois d'Arc Meat Co

Bois d'Arc Meat Co

Windom, Texas

laying hens, pasture cattle, heritage pigs

Cartermere Farms

Cartermere Farms

Celina, Texas

produce, eggs, ground wheat, and grass-fed lamb

Chubby Dog Farm

Chubby Dog Farm

Grapeland, Texas

Mangalitsa pigs, Boer-meat goats, vegetables

Highway 19 Produce

Highway 19 Produce

Athens, Texas

produce and berries

Two Lady Farmers

Two Lady Farmers

Balch Springs, Texas

real food grown with integrity

Musgrove Family Farm

Musgrove Family Farm

Greenville, Texas

shiitake, maitake, lion’s mane, king oyster

Rae Lili Farm

Rae Lili Farm

Cooper, Texas

heirloom and Italian vegetables, pasture eggs

South Texas Heritage Pork

South Texas Heritage Pork

Floresville, Texas

heritage pork

Sun E Farms

Sun E Farms

Rosser, Texas

fresh local produce

Pure Land Organic

Pure Land Organic

McKinney, Texas

organic fruits and vegetables

Two Sisters Farm & Garden

Two Sisters Farm & Garden

Blooming Grove, Texas

sustainable permaculture