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Our roadside stand is among the 50 best roadside stands in the U.S. and is rated the top roadside stand in Alabama by Rodale's Organic Life Magazine. See the story at http://www.rodalesorganiclife.com/food/best-farm-stands-us/south.


The farm is located at 3864 County Road 79 (Franklin Rd.) in Roanoke, AL, Zip 36274.  Take County Road 79 from US Highway 431 (CR 79 is just north of Wal-Mart) to the farm  (approximately 4 miles). Look for the large greenhouse on the right side of the road.  There is also a sign (Sneaky Crow Farm) at the entrance to the farm.

County Road 79 also intersects County Road 87 (Omaha Rd.) just east of the farm. The farm will be on the left side of the road if you come from that direction.


To better serve our loyal customers, we have begun marketing our delicious vegetables and other produce (preserves, honey, etc.) from a new roadside stand at our farm. 



TOMATOES, SNAP BEANS,  OKRA, EGGPLANT,  PURPLE HULL PEAS, PEPPERS,  JELLIES AND JAMS, BLACK WALNUTS (IN SHELL),  AND HONEY.


What will be available during summer and fall?

HONEY, SNAP BEANS, PEPPERS, MELONS, CUCUMBERS, OKRA, EGGPLANT, SQUASH, TOMATOES, COLLARDS, KALE, TURNIPS, SWISS CHARD, SWEET POTATOES, JELLIES, JAMS.

Enjoy!!!!

 We accept cash, checks, EBT/SNAP  (Food Stamp) cards, Visa and MasterCard credit cards. We also accept Senior Farmer Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) coupons. 

Y'all come  to the farm!

Eggplant, Squash, Pepper, Tomatoes, Okra, Onions, and Beans growing next to our roadside stand.

In a previous year we grew onions, broccoli, lettuce, chard and collards in our hoop house. Black shade cloth provided cooler temps inside the hoop house during early spring and delayed bolting of  the vegetables


 We planted  carrots, arugula, salad mix, onions, collards and Swiss chard on November 24, 2016 in the hoop house.  In early spring we added tomatoes to the vegetables in the hoop house. In the middle of August all the above plants will have been removed in preparation for planting of Contender beans, a snap bean variety that matures in 45 days.