Address: 3000 Hwy 573, Comanche TX 76442 / (254) 979-1988
About Us / Windy Hill Organics History: Welcome to the Windy Hill Organics USDA site. We began as the family farm of James and Janice Williams 13 years ago in Mills county selling meat goats and Red Brangus Cattle and leasing land to a huge Angora goat herd. Four years ago, we moved to a smaller piece of land in Comanche county, downsizing our original herd of goats and cattle. On June 1 of 2008, Ty Wolosin, the son, finished graduate school at The University of Montana and came back to Texas to take over the farm. Expanding on a pre-existing but underused 5,000+ sq/ft garden, the produce side of Windy Hill began. Although we are not "certified" organic, we feel that the produce we grow goes well beyond the requirements of organic certification. In addition, we support the growth of local farms and markets and encourage others in their "organic" growing and selling. Starting in 2010 the process to shift the entire cow and goat feed supplements to organic was completed. The chickens are fed only organic feed and allowed to forage on native grass pastures. These are truly pasture raised organic fed layers! By fall we will be upping are production 40 layers! Windy Hill Organics is made up of two businesses, Windy Hill Organics being the produce side of the business, and CTY Ranch being the ranching side. We have a 5,000 sq/ft garden that has been under organic management for three years, perennial herb garden, and three raised beds outside the garden that we rotate crops in. We grow a wide variety of produce and generally try to grow heirloom varieties. The ranching business consists of a small herd of grass fed beef, twenty-two goats (20 meat goats and 2 milk goats) and free range/cage free chickens for eggs. With 95 acres split into six sections, we are able to practice good pasture rotations with the animals and keep over grazing at bay and native grasses, trees, and shrubs happy. We practice all the following, and some more than others: farming, gardening, permaculture, husbandry, CSA, community, orchards, energy, bio-dynamics, retail, management, square foot gardening, double digging, companion planting, cattle/goat pasture rotations, and more!The farm now has a new addition in Elgin, TX offering eggs and vegetables. In addition, we now buy goat meat from ranches in the Comanche county area who practice sustainable practices. If you or someone you know is interested in selling goats, please contact me. Check the website for more information on the farm!