Twisted T Farm

Twisted T Farm


If you're looking for sustainable raised, good quality pork, Goodgrass Farm Llc and Twisted T Farm is the place to go!
Second time to buy this ! it’s wonderful !
I got all kinds a goodies today Swiss chard and garlic chives

Simmering now with Chappell Hill
Thank you Meanwhile in Montgomery County for the cute photo! We enjoyed our first Montgomery Farmers Market last weekend and look forward to joining again this weekend. Stop by 9-12 Saturday to check out a great variety of vendors and of course our personal favorite Twisted T Farm with be there with all the nutrient dense veggies and farm fresh eggs! 
Fresh produce today at Raw Creations Juice Company from Twisted T Farm Come check them out! DLF Magnolia members also get a special discount from 😉💕
You know what today's weather call's for? A nice grilled cheese sandwich with a cup of hot soup. We have the cheese (shop open today 2-5) and bottle of cold milk to go with the sandwhich and while not called for in this great recipe we also have the Peppered Bacon Spread from Jalapeno Gold in New Waverly which would be mighty tasty with it as well. If you haven't tried this variation of a grilled cheese today should be the day. Twisted T Farm has a nice selection of fresh green onions to add to the allium mix called for (and spoiler alert I did saute my onion mix before adding to the sandwich). Enjoy you can thank me later!
Twisted T Farm will be attending our Buy Local Bash! event Nov. 6th here at Montgomery Pines Nursery, 12585 Rose Rd. Willis Tx. 77378.

Based on availability, they will have greens, honey, jellies & jams, eggs, canned goods, spices, beef, chicken, elderberry syrup, soap and so much more! Everything is local and all natural. Come out, enjoy the weather and keep your money in your community!
Good trip this morning to the farm.
I'm so excited to have the garden planted, really appreciated the help from my brother and mom as well. Share with me, what have you or what are you looking forward to planting this year?
This year I planted mostly seeds and a few seedlings I got from Real Food Ranch and Twisted T Farm , can't wait to watch them grow 🪴 😍
I'm so excited to have the garden planted, really appreciated the help from my brother and mom as well. Share with me, what have you or what are you looking forward to planting this year?

This year I planted mostly seeds and a few seedlings I got from Real Food Ranch and Twisted T Farm , can't wait to watch them grow 🪴 😍

We are local small farm. Email: [email protected]


we will be out at two markets again! From 9-1 you can find us at
We are also having a sale on ground pork $9.25/pk


Goodgrass Farm Llc has some really big news to share!! Go read all about it on their website link below under big news!!

Check out my blog .com for some exciting news today!


Small batched grape jelly


It’s market day!! You can get our products at and from 9-1 today!
We have eggs, salsa, jelly, salad mix, beets, green tomatoes, garlic scapes, Swiss chard, and carrots!

All grown without chemicals and in mineral dense dirt!


Fresh goat milk!! We have been asked so many times where to get good, fresh, goat milk!! Well here you go! Our sweet friends jumped heart and hands first into all things goat and I am so excited to share them. They are even out at Montgomery Farmers Market but you must preorder.

Fresh Goat 🐐 milk, Kefir, yogurt and cheese available!!


She also has very tasty raw milk and cheeses!!

I always tell customers that you just can't really keep a dairy, or as it turns out a large vegetable garden without keeping pigs as they are important recyclers for the whey, surplus milk,greens,vegetables and cheese we produce. In partnership with Patrick and Rachel Turo from Twisted T Farm We raise heritage breed swine both for the quality of their meat and calmer temperaments. Here you see 3 young GOS Gloustershire Old Spot (chosen breed of pork for England's Royal Family)waiting to help out with that work. Raised on pasture with room to root, run and exercise those hams fed with plenty of dairy and vegetable treats (vegetables courtesy of Twisted T Farm )to keep them happy. Expecting two additional litters in the next 2 months so if you are looking for freezer pork for the fall keep us in mind. Individual cuts available now from Twisted T Farms at Montgomery Farmers Market and Farmers Market on Tamina and Goodgrass Farm Llc


is excited to announce we will be at TWO markets this Saturday from 9-1!!


Come out at a see us, we will have produce, pork, salsa, jams, and more!


We hope you all have a wonderful Easter Sunday!

Photos from Twisted T Farm's post 04/17/2022

Learned something new today! Gotta wait a few weeks to see how it turns out!

Photos from Twisted T Farm's post 04/14/2022

Let’s juice a giant beet!


Come see us today from 10-12ish we are so excited to be here today! Come get your local produce and goods!


Wow look at this basket!! You still have an opportunity to buy a raffle ticket for all of this. The winner will be announced at or around 4 on Sunday at small but mighty market. You can still buy tickets on Sunday.
will NOT be at any market this weekend. We will be celebrating Easter with family. We hope you all have a wonderful weekend.

If you would like to come get produce or eggs from the farm please call us at 281-799-1539


Look what’s back in stock! PORK! Chops, ground, bacon, roasts! Come get your pork on tomorrow at from 9-1. Very limited supply of bacon so come early it will not last long.

Photos from Twisted T Farm's post 04/07/2022

Hey friends! We have a neighbor who is having a huge estate sale on Friday and Saturday from 9-4 and asked us to get the word out! It’s is located at 12738 Joos Td, Willis,TX 77378. They have been in this house for 40 years and are leaving to have an adventure! There are so many pretty things they are selling!



Here is some great information from a survey that Mother Earth News did to learn more about what works, and doesn't, when it comes to limiting insect damage in organic vegetable gardens. They had 1300 gardeners from across the United States respond, so is pretty good. I've included 7 of the top garden pests and info:
We also find that using young livings thieves cleaner is an amazing contact killer on all these pest.

1) SLUGS-- took top honors as the most bothersome pest in home gardens, with 55 percent of respondents saying the slimy critters give them trouble year after year. Handpicking was highly rated as a control measure (87 percent success rate), followed by iron phosphate baits (86 percent) and diatomaceous earth (84 percent). Opinion was divided on eggshell barriers (crushed eggshells sprinkled around plants), with a 33 percent failure rate among gardeners who had tried that slug control method. An easy home remedy that received widespread support was beer traps (80 percent success rate).

2) SQUASH BUGS-- had sabotaged summer and winter squash for 51 percent of respondents, and even ducks couldn’t solve a serious squash bug problem. Most gardeners reported using handpicking as their primary defense, along with cleaning up infested plants at season’s end to interrupt the squash bug life cycle. The value of companion planting for squash bug management was a point of disagreement for respondents, with 21 percent saying it’s the best control method and 34 percent saying it doesn’t help.

Of the gardeners who had tried it, 79 percent said spraying neem on egg clusters and juvenile squash bugs is helpful. About 74 percent of row cover users found them useful in managing squash bugs.

3) APHIDS-- were on the watch list of 50 percent of respondents, but the success rates of various control techniques were quite high. Active interventions, including pruning off the affected plant parts and applying insecticidal soap, were reported effective, but so were more passive methods, such as attracting beneficial insects by planting flowers and herbs. Several readers noted the ability of sweet alyssum and other flowers to attract hoverflies, which eat aphids. “We attract a lot of beneficials by planting carefree flowers in the vegetable garden, including calendula, borage, zinnias, cosmos and nasturtiums” (Midwest, more than 20 years of experience).

4) SQUASH VINE BORERS-- had caused problems for 47 percent of the survey respondents. The best reported control methods were crop rotation and growing resistant varieties ofCucurbita moschata, which includes butternut squash and a few varieties of pumpkin. TheC. moschata varieties are borer-resistant because they have solid stems. Interestingly, if you’re attempting to fend off squash vine borers, lanky, long-vined, open-pollinated varieties of summer squash (zucchini and yellow crookneck, for example) may fare better than hybrids, because OP varieties are more likely to develop supplemental roots where the vines touch the ground.

Many gardeners dump soil over these places, so if squash vine borers attack a plant’s main stem, the plant can keep on growing from its backup root system.

5) JAPANESE BEETLES-- Forty-six percent of respondents reported working in the unwelcome company of Japanese beetles, with handpicking being the most popular control method. Some gardeners grow trap crops of raspberries or other fruits to keep Japanese beetles away from plants. Several commonly used interventions — garlic-pepper spray, milky spore disease, pheromone traps and row covers — had high failure rates.

6) TOMATO HORNWORMS-- were of concern to 42 percent of our survey respondents. Bt and handpicking were the preferred control methods, and several folks commented that tomato hornworms are among the easiest garden pests to handpick (probably because they’re large, easy to spot and produce a telltale, pebbly trail). Many gardeners reported seeing tomato hornworms often covered with rice-like cocoons of parasitic braconid wasps. “I had a lot of tomato hornworms this year, but the wasps took them out! Just like in the photos online and in bug books!” (Mid-Atlantic, more than 20 years of experience). Gardeners named zinnias and borage as good companion plants for reducing hornworm problems.

7) CUTWORMS-- were a concern for 41 percent of respondents, and effectiveness ratings for using rigid collars (made from plastic drinking cups or cardboard tissue rolls) to protect young seedlings from damage were amazingly high (93 percent effectiveness rating). A common practice to reduce cutworm damage is to cultivate the soil’s surface once or twice before planting and hope robins and other bug-eating birds will swoop in to gather the juicy cutworms. Big, sturdy seedlings are naturally resistant to cutworms, so many gardeners said they set out seedlings a bit late to avoid cutworm damage.


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I hope all of you are having a good weekend. The weather has turned pretty nice the last few days, after all the storms we had. Have you ever tried Epsom Salt in your Garden? You can use it as a soil amendment before seeding to give your garden a powerful boost from the start. Magnesium aids in seed germination and helps to strengthen cell walls, leading to more and stronger seedlings. For best results, use 1 cup of salt per 100 square feet of tilled soil or mix 1 – 2 tablespoons into the soil at the bottom of each hole before dropping in seeds

Tomatoes should be fed Epsom salt twice as often as other plants. Also, because tomato vines are prone to calcium-deficiency (blossom end rot), the majority of tomato fertilizers contain calcium which will compete with magnesium for root absorption. Therefore, foliar feeding is the more efficient method for delivering magnesium to these plants. Water tomato vines with dissolved Epsom salt – 2 tablespoons per gallon of water, every 2 weeks.

Peppers are another popular garden plant with a higher-than average fruit to plant size ratio. Because of this, they should also be fed magnesium every two weeks to achieve higher yields of larger fruits. For hot peppers, over-watering can lead to fruit with less heat, thus the soil amendment method may be preferable in this case. Sprinkle 1 tablespoon of Epsom salt for every foot of height around the drip line of your pepper plants once per week.

Plants that aren’t getting enough magnesium can be identified by their yellowing leaves. This is because magnesium is an essential component in the production of chlorophyll. Sprinkle Epsom salt around your plants to achieve healthier foliage. About 1 tablespoon per 12 inches of height once a month will benefit the plants in your vegetable garden, as well as any trees, shrubs, flowers and grasses you want to green up.

Leaf curling may also be caused by magnesium-deficiency in plants. Again, add Epsom salt to the soil around the base of the sick plant. Alternately, for faster absorption you can mix 2 tablespoons of Epsom salt in a gallon of water and apply directly to the leaves.

Have you ever wondered why your neighbors’ rose bushes are fuller than yours and sport so many more blossoms? It is highly likely that the answer is Epsom salt. Not only does it help roses to produce larger blossoms in greater numbers, but it also aids in the growth of new canes from the base of the plant. And of course, Epsom salt increases chlorophyll production meaning darker leaves.

For maximum benefit, roses should at the least be fed with Epsom salt at time of planting, then again at the first sign of new growth, and once more when the flowers are in full bloom. Bare root roses may also be soaked in water containing dissolved Epsom salt before planting.

You really can't use too much Epsom salt in your garden. Magnesium sulfate is pH neutral, so it won’t harm your soil. The crystals break down into water, magnesium, and sulfur – three components which are beneficial in some way to most plants. Epsom salt is safe, easy to apply, and works fast to correct a variety of problems and increase the overall health of your garden. As if that weren’t enough, Epsom salt is also inexpensive making it one of the most perfect tools for the health-conscious, responsible gardener.

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