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Local New Mexico Ranches

New Mexico is located in the Southwest region of the USA. Livestock and livestock products are the big commodities from beautiful The Land of Enchantment. Dairy products and cattle and calves account for over 3/4 of New Mexico's total agricultural production. And what do all these animals eat? Hay is New Mexico's most important crop, followed by pecans. Greenhouse and nursery products, chili peppers and onions are also important. Supporting New Mexico Farms provides significant value to the local community and a variety of other benefits. Find a Ranch in NM at Agrilicious.org.
Gila, NM
Sustainable, Grass - Fed, Practicing Organic, Naturally Grown
Ranches, Butter, Beef, Butters, Chicken, Fresh & Dried Herbs, Eggs, Beets, Pork, Oats, Broccoli, Turkey, Rice, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Carrots, Collards
Tucumcari, NM
Other, Sustainable, Grass - Fed, Naturally Grown
Ranches, Beef
Capitan, NM
Vine - Ripened, Sustainable, Naturally Grown
Family and 4-H business producing local free-range eggs (chicken, quail, and duck), goat milk and cheese, etc. We also sell chicks- duck, mixed......
Chama, NM
Grass - Fed
100% Disabled veteran owned farm providing pastured poultry products. We have chicken, duck, goose, and turkey eggs and meat.
Capitan, NM
Sustainable
Ranches, Cabbage, Carrots, Cauliflower, Apples, Beef, Corn, Eggs, Beets, Broccoli, Cucumbers, Pears, Specialty, Eggplant, Tomatoes, Green Onions, Zucchini, Gin
Velarde, NM
Ranches, Carrots, Celery, Apples, Artichokes, Arugula, Fresh & Dried Herbs, Corn, Eggs, Beets, Cucumbers, Daikon, Pears, Specialty, Eggplant, Tomatoes, Gourds
Cottonwood Ranch is located in the Rio Grande Valley between Santa Fe and Taos New Mexico. We offer a variety of edible and cut flowers, herbs, and......
Magdalena, NM
Ranches, Lamb, Fresh
At Dunhill Ranch, we believe that the way in which lamb is raised matters. Plenty of grass, exercise, fresh air, and water makes for a clean, lamb......
Magdalena, NM
Ranches, Deli, Lamb, Hops
At Dunhill Ranch, we believe that the way lamb is raised matters. Abundant pasture, pure water, and a natural diet are essential to producing great......
Rowe, NM
Ranches, Deli, Bacon, Pork, Grains
Flying H Ranch is the only all natural, heritage pork CSA in New Mexico.We have a limited number of CSA shares available. Flying H Ranch CSA parti......
Santa Fe, NM
Sustainable
Ranches, Gluten Free, Eggs, Other
Corona, NM
Ranches, Deli, Roving, Beef, Eggs
L6 Cattle Ranches' beef is Animal Welfare Approved. Beef available for purchase on farm, or local delivery may be arranged.Bill and Sharie Leibold......
Vadito, NM
Ranches, Cabbage, Mustard, Carrots, Cauliflower, Chinese greens, Artichokes, Arugula, Chicken, Fresh & Dried Herbs, Eggs, Beets, Pork, Broccoli, Garlic, Leeks
Llanobilly Ranch is a small market garden on a beautiful llano along the high road in northern New Mexico. We have about 2 acres devoted to and......
Cleveland, NM
Ranches, Cabbage, Mustard, Carrots, Sheep, Beef, Chicken, Eggs, Beets, Oats, Broccoli, Specialty, Goat, Tomatoes, Lamb, Zucchini, Oat, Lettuce, Mustard Greens
Los Vallecitos is a beautiful ranch located in the high mountains of Northern New Mexico. This Ranch has been in my husbands family for over 150......
Edgewood, NM
Ranches, Mohair, Roving, Dates, Alpaca, Chicken, Eggs, Oats, Fleece, Soaps, Yarn, Specialty, Goat, Tomatoes, Oat, Goat Cheese, Llama, Compost, Fresh, Manure
Our growing herd of huacaya alpacas currently numbers ten, soon to be thirteen. We have recently added a few angora goats to the mix for some fiber......
Edgewood, NM
Ranches, Deli, Beef, Corn, Gin
100% Grassfed Beef. No hormones, No antibiotics, No growth stimulants, No corn or finisher. The cattle are on pasture all their lives. We sell and......
Los Alamos, NM
Ranches, Beef, Other
The Newell Ranch is a family owned small ranch in northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado. We focus on raising red angus calves to produce the......
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Today, on the average, a US farmer feeds about 155 people worldwide. In 1960, that number was 26.