Address: 6221 W Okmulgee St.

                Muskogee, OK 74401

 

Email:   farmers@peaceofprairie.com

Phone for farm information (Cassie):  (918)616-4913

Phone for tractor parts (Andy): (918)348-4134

Cassie & Andy Herringshaw - Farmers

© 2016 by Peace of Prairie Farm

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Produce

Spring Crops

Apr-Jun

 

Beets

Broccoli and cauliflower

Carrots

Garlic Scapes

Green Onions

Greens of many types!

Kale

Lettuce and salad mix

Radishes

Snap Peas

Spinach

 

All of our produce is USDA Certified Organic. 

Summer Crops

May-Sept

 

Cabbage

Cantaloupe

Cucumbers

Eggplant

Garlic

Green beans

Okra

Onions

Peppers

Potatoes

Southern peas

Squash

Tomatoes

Watermelon

Cut flowers

Our flower crops are grown alongside our vegetable crops.  While flowers cannot technically be certified organic, we use the same safe and ecological methods to grow our flowers as we use to grow our certified organic produce.

We work hard to maximize vase life of all flowers we sell.  Harvesting during the cool of the morning, maintaining clean harvest equipment, and always keeping our flowers well hydrated are some of the techniques we use to make sure that when you buy our flowers, you get to enjoy them for as long as possible!

Some of our favorite spring flowers:

Ranunculus

Anemones

Stock

Snapdragons

Tulips

Bellflower

Sweet William

Some of our favorite summer flowers:

 

Sunflowers

Lisianthus

Zinnias

Cockscomb

Rudbeckia

Mixed with fragrant greenery, grasses, and accents!

Fresh Eggs

In 2020, we are taking a break from producing eggs.  We're working to come up with a system to keep the laying flock safe from predators, while still giving them plenty of access to fresh grass.  We'll post to our Facebook and Instagram pages when we decide to get back in the egg business!

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Honey

Late each summer, we sell honey produced right on our farm under the management of Hannaford Honey, professional bee-keepers from Tulsa.  Sixteen beehives on our property house bees that forage on plenty of wildflowers, as well as the cover crop and flower crops that we produce.

Quart of honey: $24

Pint of honey: $13

Call to check availability.  We usually have honey in stock from August through December.