Welcome to Open Spigot Farm!

The land we operate on has been cultivated by farmers for more than 150 continuous years. As far back as we can find, a water spigot on the land has been used by neighbors and travelers passing through. Wanting to keep that shared history alive, we encourage everyone to feel welcome on the land, and thus the name “Open Spigot Farm” came into being.

Protecting Your Garden from Pests and Predators

We’ve had some troubles at the farm from our old “friends” the coyotes this season. As you can see, even the coyotes can’t get enough of our delicious produce, leaving a trail of half-eaten watermelons, pumpkins and other vegetables in their... read more

Watermelon Season at Open Spigot

It’s watermelon season over at Open Spigot Farm! In just their second year of growing, Open Spigots’ watermelons are off and running, growing to wonderful and healthy sizes after a disappointing early-season harvest. Grower Brad Bowers, who has about 20... read more

Open Spigot Farm Spring 2016 Update

Spring has finally come back to Open Spigot Farm, and we couldn’t be happier! Though this winter gave us some beautiful sights, we’re glad to welcome back the sun and ready to kick off the growing season.   So what’s new at the Randall family... read more
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