Local Farms to Support In + Around Lansing

Supporting local is great. You can cut out the middle man and shorten your food supply chain by buying directly from local farmers. Here are seven incredible farms to visit and enjoy their fresh food, literally from farm to table!


Ancona Farms | 622 N Hayford Ave, Lansing
Ancona Farms is an urban farm offering duck eggs, produce, jams, and seasonal flowers. Check out their Facebook or Instagram to order.

Reese Farms | 14633 Wood Rd, Lansing, 517-484-2868
Reese Farms is a fourth generation, family-owned farm that offers sweet corn, pumpkins, beef and eggs. Eggs are available as a weekly standing order. Check out their Facebook page for announcements on their seasonal farm stand opening.

Highwater Farms | 723 S Francis Ave, Lansing
Highwater Farms is a sustainable and regenerative farm, the only no-petroleum pledge farm in Lansing (no till, no tractor.) They offer heirloom fruits, vegetables, and flowers in varieties that are more nutrient dense with ties to Michigan. Delivery options available as well as online orders, place them here. Check out their Facebook page to see what is sold each week.

Dowker Farm | 5702 Delta River Dr, Lansing, 517-881-7181
Dowker Farms is an American Boer Goat Association (ABGA) registered goat livestock farm. They offer chicken and duck eggs, chickens, turkey, ducks, goats, goat kids, and goat milk soap. Check out their Facebook page and website for more information.


Willow Blossom Farms | 4872 N Canal Rd, Dimondale, 517-488-4157
Willow Blossom Farms offers various honey products including liquid honey, comb and chunk honey, honey creme and wax. Check out their Facebook to place an order.


Trillium Wood Farm | 1585 Frost Rd, Williamston, 517-655-4555
Trillium Wood Farm is run by first generation sisters– farmers who both are certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioners. The farm is focuses on organic feed, preventative health strategies, and, most importantly, conditions that lead to happy animals, farmers, and consumers. They offer grass-fed and finished lamb, pastured poultry, heritage pork, and mushrooms. Place orders hereCheck out their Facebook page to check for their drive through markets.

Eaton Rapids

Two Sparrows Farm | 9370 Columbia Hwy Eaton Rapid

Two Sparrows is a grass based livestock farm offering beef, pork and dairy products. Check out their website for my information or follow along on Facebook and Instagram.


Agape Organic Farms | Mason

Shara started Agape Farms with a passion to provide gourmet-level food to local restaurants and individual consumers. The sustainable, organic practices and love-infused hard work creates a pure, healthy taste to everything the farm produces. Our juicy tender Berkshire pork raised on organic goat milk and roasted soy nuts is unforgettable, and discover over 28 varieties of mushrooms (varied by season). You can check out their products at the Meridian Farmer’s Market. Check out their Facebook and Instagram pages for more information.

Beery Farms of MI | 849 N. Aurelius Rd, Mason, 517-676-4686

Beery Farms of MI offers premium selections of beef, including ground, steaks, roasts and more! You can order single items or in bulk. Visit their farm to pickup an order or you can meet them at one of their pick up locations!

Swallowtail Farm | 1633 Hagadorn Rd Mason

Swallowtail Farm offers fresh greens, veggies, flowers and workshops! Their farmstand is open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4-7p.m. or you can join their pre-order club. Check out their Instagram and Facebook for more information.

Butcher Farms | 2285 Coy Rd in Mason

Butcher Farms offers all natural beef products including beef shares, produce and homegrown popcorn kernels. Check out their farmstand on Sundays from 12-2pm or Thursday from 5-7pm. Place your order here or stay up to date by visiting their Facebook and Instagram.

You can find many of these mentioned farms and other local farms and vendors at your neighborhood farmer’s markets too.

Looking for more Lansing area farms? Check out our U-Pick Summer Berry Guide!

Leah Grice
Leah is a Lansing mom to a wild one year old. After motherhood redefined everything for her, she's navigating new paths asking 'what am I even doing' while laughing all along the way.


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