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Farm stores in the city, we love you

Farm stores give you the tools.

Farm stores give you the tools.

If you think like us, you get excited by a farm store. The sheer potential is dizzying.

Take that beautiful, high-end shovel. Hand tools, weird ones; you don’t even know what they’re for and you want them. Then, those baskets of seed potato, garlic, onion – what spells abundance better than a pile of seed? (Nothing, short of a pile of just-harvested  produce.) Pick up a book on cheese-making; next, hen-keeping; speaking of which, turn around and there are the chicks.

A good farm store is an earthy, interesting place full of odd treasures. And these are the best kind of treasures too, because they’re not just there to be acquired. They’re there to enable you to do something for yourself. To make your life richer, your home more productive, your table more fruitful. These are the treasures that change the world – one backyard, one kitchen, one garden shed at a time.

That’s probably why, to the Ludeman’s company at large, the Farm Store is our favorite part of the whole operation.

We’re hoping our Farm Store will be your favorite, too.


About Healing Ponds Farm

Healing Ponds is 40 acres in Buxton, OR. Our farm store, Ludemans Farm & Garden Center, is in Beaverton. We do open-pollinated seeds, pastured eggs and meats, raw milk herd shares, chicks and a lot of other things.


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We sell beef. 100% pastured.

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