Because of the care we take at Johnson Family Farms, we know that the produce you buy from our farm will be the best out there. From the day we plant to the minute you pick it up, we have been there every step of the way. We use the experience and expertise handed down through the generations to raise the best homegrown produce you can find. Backed by a long heritage of excellence, we are dedicated to providing a large variety of high-quality, healthy produce.
Our farm has fresh, seasonal vegetables from mid-July to December. Enjoy our Utah grown beets, broccoli, cucumbers, garlic, grapes, herbs (chives, cilantro, oregano) kale, lettuce, onions (red, white, yellow and sweet), peppers (anaheim, bell, banana and jalapeno), popcorn, potatoes (russet, red, yukon gold), pumpkins, sweet corn, squash (butternut, spaghetti, yellow, zucchini) tomatoes (roma and slicing), walnuts and watermelon (seeded and seedless; yellow, orange and red).
Find our sweet corn, pumpkins, winter squash and melons in participating retail stores from August to December, as well as our retail brand, River Meadow Farms for locally grown potatoes and onions. Visit our local produce farm stand in Logan where we offer our own farm fresh produce as well as other farm fresh goods, mid-July to October.
Can be found here:
- LEE’S MARKET PLACE
- CACHE VALLEY GARDENERS MARKET
- LOCAL PRODUCE Farm STAND – Logan, Utah
I don’t give reviews very often but I had to say something about Johnson Family Farms! They have such great produce! I purchased corn, potatoes, onions, raspberries, blackberries and mini pumpkins and it was all so yummy it completely beats anything you get from a grocery store. I was also impressed with their great service! You have to check these guys out !!!” – Janae Moss, Google Review
Great produce that is locally grown.” – Sam Johnson, Google Review
Amazing produce. And super knowable and friendly staff and owners!” – Nathan Player, Google Review
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We are the fourth generation of the Johnson family to farm in Cache Valley. Nearly a century ago, great-grandpa began our legacy of growing hay, grain, and a hearty family garden. Today our family garden has expanded to serve the many communities in our area as well.