Visionquest Farm was established in 1988 when my husband and I moved to the country in our quest for a more peaceful, natural lifestyle in which to raise our children. We started with small organic gardens which have expanded over the years. Although not certified organic we raise all of our produce, fruit and herbs naturally and without chemicals. Herb beds soon followed and our medicinal herbs are used in our soaps and in some of our salves and lotions. In 2000 we began to add fruit trees. We now have thirty trees which include peach, apple, plum, pear, elderberry, and apricot. We also have potted citrus trees including orange, tangerine, lemon and lime. Most of our jams and jellies are made from our own naturally grown fruits and berries. We added blackberries in 2002 and blueberries a two years ago. This year we have added our "Texas Wild" jellies and jams made using wild foraged ingredients. In addition we have a flock of free range chickens who provide lots of free range eggs. And we have a few duck eggs available as well. In 2006 we purchased our first Nubian Dairy goats. A few years ago I made our first goat's milk soap. It has quickly become a favorite and best seller because of its gentleness, healing properties, and its moisturizing ability. All of our soaps are all natural and chemical free. At various times of the year we have home baked cobblers, cakes and pies available along with homemade bread and rolls. I also handcraft a line of custom jewelry under the brand name SPIRIT STONES. So when I design jewelry I let the spirit of the stone control the design and pick the companion stones. Most pieces are one of a kind and all are totally handmade. We hope you will try our products and enjoy them. All are made with the best ingredients and produced with loving care. Because of Texas Cottage Food Laws our food products must be purchased at one of the many Farmers Markets we attend regularly. However, our soaps, skincare products, jewelry and home decor can be bought online. Thank you for Visiting us online and be sure to come see us at Market! Visionquest Farm


 Market Schedule

Nov. 14, Cibolo Farmer's Market, Herff Rd., Boerne, Tx. Hours: 9-1

Nov. 18, Kerrville Food Hub, Kerrville, Tx. Hours 4-7

Nov. 21, Cibolo Farmer's Market, Boerne, Tx. Hours: 9-1

Nov. 25, Kerrville Food Hub, Kerrville, Tx. Hours: 4-7

November 28, Christmas in Comfort, Downtown Comfort, Tx. Hours: 9-4

December 2- Kerrville Food Hub- exit 501-Harper road Exit and IH10. Our winter hours are 4 to 6

Dec. 5-Oma's Christmas Fair- Kendall County Fair Grounds, Hwy. 46, Boerne Texas Hours  Sat. 9 to 5

Dec. 6- Oma's Christmas Fair , hours Sunday 10 to 5

Dec. 9th- Kerrville Food Hub Hours-4 to 6

Dec. Dec. 10, 11, 12- Santa's Village at Don Strange Ranch, 103 Waring Welfare Road, Boerne. Hours Thursday 6 to 9- Fri. & Saturday 6 to 10

Dec. 16 Kerrville Food Hub, Hours 4-6

Dec. 19 Cibolo Farmers Market, Herff road, Boerne, Texas, Hours 9-1

All the outdoor markets, (Cibolo and Kerrville Food hub) are subject to weather cancellations.

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