Broken Arrow

About us

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Our main product line is vegetable produce. We raise all of our produce using farming methods that build, maintain, and balance soil fertility. All products are produced without pesticides, herbicides or any other synthetic chemicals. What does that mean for you? It means you can be assured that all of our produce is free of harmful chemicals, and that it is loaded with nutrition and flavor! For a list of crops that we grow click on the contact tab in the upper and send us a message, we would love to hear from you.  


Pastured Raised Eggs

One of the most enjoyable and delicious foods we raise on the farm are pastured raised eggs. These are not your typical bland and pale yolked store bought eggs. Thanks to a local non-GMO feed, coupled with fresh pasture full of bugs and grubs our hens produce tasty, eggs with dark yolks that will make scrumptious omelets or add some extra flavor to your baked goods. Want to try some of these eggs? Just ask and we'll give you 1/2 dozen free to try.    



One of the newest farm enterprises is an apiary. We produce honey that is as pure as possible.

1. Bees are never treated/medicated     2. Honey is sold raw

3. Only glass containers are used          4. We do not feed (as of fall 2018)

5. We use local strain bees when possible  


The Farmer

My name is Riley, and I am passionate about producing clean local food. Having grown up around conventional agriculture being an organic specialty crop grower sure was not something I expected to do. However, during my freshman year of engineering college I stumbled upon a book about organic mini-farming and that lit the spark that turned into transferring colleges, reading way to many books to count(and probably spending to much time reading). In 2016 after doing a couple years of experimenting on a garden size scale I decided to start Broken Arrow Farm. I am honored to be your farmer and to be able to share my passion and knowledge in a way that is beneficial to you and to our local ecosystem. I hope to meet you soon if I haven't already.         


Farmers like there machinery, I don't think there is much of an argument about what my favorite tool on the farm is.  

Farmers like there machinery, I don't think there is much of an argument about what my favorite tool on the farm is.