sweet potato farm oklahomaCERTIFIED ORGANIC
SWEET POTATOES AND SEASONAL VEGETABLES

 

organic sweet potato farm oklahoma

Owned and operated by Rod and Nanette Ardoin, Acadian Family Farm is located near Fort Cobb Lake, in Caddo County Oklahoma.

All of our farm, 80 acres, is Certified Organic with the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and ForestryRead more about our Organic Farm Certification. We are not only certified as an organic farm by the State of Oklahoma, but also certified by the USDA (United States Department of Agriculture).

We have over 30 years of growing experience, specializing in certified organic sweet potatoes (of which we grow several varieties) and seasonal vegetables. We only sell what we grow. 

Find us during the Summer & Fall at the following Farmers’ Markets:

  •     Edmond Farmers Market, Edmond, OK  (Sat. 8 am-1 pm)
  •     OSU Farmers Market, OKC (Portland Ave.) (Sat 8 am – 1 pm) and during the winter from 9 am – 1 pm)
  •     week day market to be announced soon!

Our certified organic sweet potatoes can be purchased from the following grocers throughout Oklahoma:

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Natural Grocers (Norman, OKC, Edmond and South OKC)

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Homeland (Yukon & N. May, OKC)

Green Acres (OKC) 

Uptown Grocery in OKC
 
Uptown Grocery in Edmond
 

Organic Farming – Why our organic vegetable farm makes a difference in the environment.

 “Organic” refers to the way that our farm not only grows, but also processes sweet potatoes. Organic farming practices, as outlined by the USDA, are designed to encourage soil and water conservation, as well as to reduce pollution. As an organic farm, Acadian Family Farm does not use conventional methods to fertilize and control weeds. We use cover crops to feed soil and plants, as well as crop rotation to manage weeds.
 
Organic is who we are; we raise and sell only organic vegetables. It’s not an add-on business to an already conventional farm. My wife and I believe in organic, and we eat organic as well. We think that producing good, clean, residue-free food is a wholesome way of life in which we can take pride. All of our crops are G.M.O. free (not genetically modified). Occasionally when an insect outbreak becomes unmanageable by organic methods, and there is a crop failure, we just ‘take it on the chin’ – really in the pocketbook, but that’s how it is with organic farming, and yes, it’s still worth it to us!