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Red/Green Oak Leaf

The foundation for many salads and other dishes, lettuce has been a staple for generations. Varieties such as the red/green oak leaf offered at Whitehurst Farm only add to the discovery of flavor and crunch.


Cucumbers from Whitehurst Farm are a fresh, complementary food to add to salads, charcuterie boards, little tea sandwiches and more. They also add to your daily intake of water!


With a distinctive taste and being easy to harvest, radishes from Whitehurst Farm are a smart addition to your garden and salad!

A glimpse into our crazy life

We can give you a lot of details, or we can summarize it in 4 words: KIDS, DOGS, PLANTS, and ANIMALS.  Yep, that sums...

Finca Tres Robles

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Houston Chronicle: Gambling on the Gobble - Brenham Turkey Farmer Bet on his Birds in a Risky COVID Season

But what havoc, Michael Marchand wondered in spring 2020, would the new coronavirus wreak? His restaurant customers were closed. And as outbreaks shut meat-packing plants in other parts of the country, he wondered whether the processors he depended on would be available, come fall.

Essential Personnel - Six US Farmers Talk COVID-19

Farm Girl has a meaningful conversation with six farmers - including Michael Marchand - about how they are dealing with COVID-19.

Pastured Poultry Talk: Hurricane Preparedness with Mike Marchand

Michael Marchand joins the show from the coastal plain of southeast Texas to talk about preparing your pastured poultry farm for the wind, water, and disruption of a hurricane.

Whitehurst Heritage Farms wins Local Hero Award (Farm Category)

Whitehurst Heritage Farms wins a Local Hero Award from Edible Houston in the FARM category!  

Edible Houston: Five Houston Places to Find Good Chicken, Local Style

Local chicken is the odd duck out in Houston. Here's where you can find some! 

Edible Houston: Do the Chicken Dance

Houston Chef Richard Knight is a guest contributor for Edible Houston in this informative article about the chickens at Whitehurst Farms.

Houston Chronicle: Houston-Based Food Show Aims for the Big Time

A new reality series being shopped to food-television outlets hopes to change that. “Show Us Your Goods” is being produced by videographer and documentarian Anna Boyter of Bear Hands Media, based in Houston, and features products from farms like ours.
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