About the Farm

Moyer Farms is a family owned farm in Richmond, MO.  We have been growing veggies and grass fed beef since 2011.  Our specialty is hydroponic greens of all kinds.  Butterhead, leaf lettuce, romaine, arugula, basil, and cilantro, to name a few.  Our greens are chemical free and we use organic fertilizer in our hydroponics systems.    


We also grow veggies in the dirt.  Tomatoes in particular, but also sweet corn, kale, onions, garlic, peppers, cucumbers, eggplant, and whatever else Nathan decides to try for the season.  In addition to raising produce and grass fed beef, we bottle raw honey from our own or other local bee hives.  Our season wraps up in the fall with pumpkins, gourds, mums, straw and various fall décor.   


You can shop at:

  1. Moyer Farms Market in Richmond, MO

  2. Market Wagon (delivers to your home)

  3. Moyer Farms Online (for pick up at our store)

  4. Follow us on Instagram or FB for updates 


We also sell wholesale product to schools and restaurants in the Kansas City area.  Contact us if you would like more info on wholesale options.


More Details

Our farm is constantly adapting to the challenges and opportunities each year brings.  Growing produce outside in Missouri inevitably makes you start to question your sanity!  In order to protect ourselves from the unpredictability of Mother Nature (and to maintain our sanity), we have transitioned from raising high volumes of produce outside to growing hydroponic greens under the protection of greenhouses.  We still raise some veggies in the dirt, but now focus more on quality than quantity.   

The greens are chemical free and we use organic fertilizer in our hydroponics systems.  We are not completely organic for our produce grown in the dirt, but we do our best to minimize chemical use and take care of our land.  


Here are some highlights of our operation:


  1. GAP certified since 2019 (Good Agricultural Practices implemented to maintain food safety) 

  2. 60’ x 100’ climate controlled barn with a 20’ x 60’ cooler to safely store product

  3. Use solar for our energy source

  4. Plant cover crops annually 

  5. Follow sustainable crop rotation practices