Butcher Shop and Farm Stand

We are now open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 10-5 or by chance. Our supply chains are growing stronger and we hope to increase hours more in the near future.

Local fresh food

Polk’s Folly Farmstand is small, family run local food shop offering humanely raised meats, fresh eggs, pesticide-free vegetables, and a variety of other goods made with love and locally sourced ingredients.

What We Sell

We specialize in humanely-raised local meats. We make our own sausage in house from our heritage breed pork and other simple, and when possible, local ingredients. We also carry lamb, beef, bison, chicken, rabbit and quail.

We offer pesticide-free fresh, seasonal vegetables sources from farmers in the East Mountains, Albuquerque, and a few other farmers in Northern New Mexico.

We offer a variety of other items for your pantry or larder including eggs, milk, yogurt, cheese curds, fresh bread and tortillas, lard and tallow, wheat and blue corn flours, honey, maple syrup and more.

Why You’ll Love Us

Local food tastes better because its fresher. Not only that, but when you buy from our farmstand, your dollar stays in the community 3-5 times longer than when you shop at a chain grocery store.

  • Fresh
  • Local
  • Ethical
  • Sustainable
  • Seasonal

Find Us

Hours We’re Open

We are open Thursday thru Saturday from 10 to 5.

Monday
Closed
Tuesday
Closed
Wednesday
Closed
Thursday
10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Friday
10:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Saturday
10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Sunday
Closed

Farms and Producers We Work With

Featured Produce Farms

Edgewood Farms

Silver Leaf

Solar Punk Farm

John Rose

Butcher Shop and Farm Stand

We are now open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 10-5 or by chance. Our supply chains are growing stronger and we hope to increase hours more in the near future.

Local fresh food

Polk’s Folly Farmstand is small, family run local food shop offering humanely raised meats, fresh eggs, pesticide-free vegetables, and a variety of other goods made with love and locally sourced ingredients.

What We Sell

We specialize in humanely-raised local meats. We make our own sausage in house from our heritage breed pork and other simple, and when possible, local ingredients. We also carry lamb, beef, bison, chicken, rabbit and quail.

We offer pesticide-free fresh, seasonal vegetables sources from farmers in the East Mountains, Albuquerque, and a few other farmers in Northern New Mexico.

We offer a variety of other items for your pantry or larder including eggs, milk, yogurt, cheese curds, fresh bread and tortillas, lard and tallow, wheat and blue corn flours, honey, maple syrup and more.

Why You’ll Love Us

Local food tastes better because its fresher. Not only that, but when you buy from our farmstand, your dollar stays in the community 3-5 times longer than when you shop at a chain grocery store.

  • Fresh
  • Local
  • Ethical
  • Sustainable
  • Seasonal

Find Us

Hours We’re Open

We are open Thursday thru Saturday from 10 to 5.

Monday
Closed
Tuesday
Closed
Wednesday
Closed
Thursday
10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Friday
10:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Saturday
10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Sunday
Closed

Farms and Producers We Work With

Featured Produce Farms

Edgewood Farms

Silver Leaf

Solar Punk Farm

John Rose

The Farm

Regenerative farming
in the high desert


Polk’s Folly Farm is a small family run operation in the Eastern foothills of the Sandia Mountains. We specialize in heritage breed hogs, and also raise a small flock of laying hens, ducks, and a few head of cattle. We have planted 1/4 acre of apple trees and hope to continue transforming the property into a silvopastoral oasis. Our goal is to develop an agricultural model that is specifically adapted to the ecology of this place, truly regenerative, and socially as well as economically sustainable.

Contact

Please send all inquires and orders to: info@polksfolly.com

Or by text to Zach at 505-503-0395.

If you would like to send us something the mailing address is:

Po Box 685 San Antonito, NM 87047

Stories

Food Rescue…

As some of you may know our approach to farming is a little different than most people’s. It’s not terribly original or innovative, it’s actually more like a slightly refined version of arguably the oldest agricultural traditions there is: slopping pigs.

Spring Equinox, 2017

  We let the pigs out to pasture today. They’ve been getting restless plowing up the winter pens getting them ready for spring planting. The north pen behind the house we are fixing up for my older brothers family (and their future yard), was already in need of a mow. After a long few months …