Texas French Bread

Barley Swine

Odd Duck



Foreign & Domestic

Dai Due

Counter 3. 5. VII

East Side Pies



This is what’s in season
at the farm

• heirlooms cherries and romas tomatoes!

• potatoes (red and white)

• long beans (green and purple)

• summer squash
  (yellow, costata romanesco zucchini,
   and flying saucer patty pan)

• tiny red onion

• tasty jade and suyo long cucumbers

• french sorrel

• salads: baby arugula, baby frilly mustards,
  and flower bouquets from the field….


Frequently on our shelves

from Larry’s Commercial Kitchen

• wild mustang grape jam (from our fruit)

• Larry’s bean dip (with smoke-dried tomatoes) 

• Larry’s Fire-roasted Tomatoes
   (great for soups, stews, sautees, sauce,


• Larry’s Original Smoke Dried Tomatoes
   (featured on Food Network, HGTV and in 


• Larry’s Hot Sauce (for men only, but Texas
  ladies might like it too!)

• Larry’s corn meal…from certified
   organic/non-gmo Coyote Creek Mill corn,

   cleaned, ground and packaged at our Gause

   farm. Wonderful for cornbread (without wheat

   flour) and Polenta. 

In the Freezer

Grass-fed meats: I.O. Ranch Lamb, Thunder Heart Bison, Longhorn Beef (Dear Run Land & Cattle Co., Buda) and Taylor Farm Chickens (seasonally).


In the Cooler

Pure Luck Farm chevre; Dos Lunas aged/raw cheddar cheese from Jersey milk; Miles of Chocolate; Richard’s Rain Water from Dripping Springs.

October-July: Wednesday through Saturday, 8:00-1:00
August-September: Wednesday & Saturday, 8:00-1:00

market schedule:


Harvest continues during market until 11 AM.

Come early for the best selection!

Park on the farm.

Bring your family.

Check out the fields and the hen house!

What We’re Selling

Most of the produce at our farm stand is harvested within 24 hours of market day in East Austin or our Milam County farm 75 miles outside Austin. What we’re growing and selling changes with the seasons, so check out our seasonal report.

We also sell Larry’s Smoke-Dried Tomatoes, a farm favorite.  Roma tomatoes from our Milam County farm dry in our home built smokehouse for 3-5 days with smoke from post oak growing on our farm. A richly smoky, versatile, and surprising bacon flavor emerges.


We proudly supplement our harvest with goods from other local farmers. We sell goat dairy products from Wateroak Farms and Pure Luck, lamb and pork from Loncito’s, beef from Dear Run Land & Cattle, dessert from Miles of Chocolate, eggs from Coyote Creek, and Richard’s Rainwater.

Checks, cash, & cards accepted!

Please no dogs, no smoking for the safety of our plants and animals


Boggy Creek Farm

3414 Lyons Road

Austin, Texas   78702 

Carol Ann Sayle

Steward, Owner and Pioneer Urban Farmer

Tracy Geyer

Steward, Administrative Asst & Venue  Coordinator