GMO Free Herbs and Vegetables
Welcome to Seldom Home Farm
Wholesale, retail and resell. If you are a grower call me! Seldom Home Farm is now located in East Urbana on the corner of Windsor and Cottonwood Road. Growing over 125 different varieties of produce. Six generations of vegetable farming. Growing organically for the benefit of others! We specialize in tomatoes, peppers and specialty vegetables. If you have a need for a specialty plant that is not included in our lists, please do not hesitate to contact us. We will do our best to grow it for you.

Organic means that we grow our vegetables without chemical fertilizers, pesticides, hormones, or any other synthetic substance. We use "green manures" such as clover, vetch, and rye grass. Crop rotations keep these methods effective and our soils free of disease. We work to enrich soil, prevent erosion and protect groundwater. Our food comes from healthy soil that remains bountiful long after the crops have been harvested - which means that you get fresh, healthy produce loaded with vitamins and minerals, from land that can continue producing. We follow the National Organic Program (NOP) rules and regulations of the USDA and will engage in commerce with honesty and integrity.

Certified organic in Illinois in 2006. I have relocated back to the state of Illinois. To learn more about the US National Organic Program (NOP) go to NOP
Markets and Services
CSA membership shares (Still available)
Farmer's Markets
Home delivery
On-line ordering

Plants Previous Markets
Chicago area Whole Foods
Strawberry Fields
Quizno's (Urbana)
Vegetable stand at farm
Urbana's Market at the Square
Hendrick House
Common Ground Food Co-op

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