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Current Producers

We source exclusively from farmers, ranchers, and food crafters in Montana. Some products we get directly from the source, and others come to us through cooperatives or local distributors. We encourage you to learn more about where all the delicious, high-quality foods come from, and where you can get more! All of the underlined producer names are live links to their websites. If you don't see the information you're looking for, please contact us. We're eager to share what we know. 

  • Amaltheia Organic Dairy: The Brown Family
    Located near Belgrade, Amaltheia Dairy has been raising goats for their award-winning organic goat cheeses for almost 2 decades. These days they do a lot more than cheese! They also have pasture-raised pork, eggs, and organic vegetables. You can find their products at grocery stores and farmers' markets around Bozeman, and through their online store.

  • Barney Creek Livestock: Meagan and Pete
    South of Pine Creek, Barney Creek Livestock practices regenerative agriculture as they raise their grass-fed, grass-finished beef. They put a heavy focus on the health of the soil and grasses that their cows graze, and that care and quality translates into a delicious, healthy product. You can order more from their website.

  • Bear Canyon Farm: Katie and Eric Harris
    Bear Canyon Farm is a non-profit farm operation established in 2017 on land leased from Mount Ellis Academy. The farm exists to provide employment and hands-on learning opportunities for students at the Academy, and to deliver healthy, fresh, local produce to the community. Their goal is to equip students with practical skills and unique agricultural knowledge—preparing them to be reliable, responsible employees and volunteers in their communities and in the world.

  • Black Dog Farm: Tim Anthony and Kira Jarosz
    Located on 30 acres near Livingston, Black Dog Farm provides pork, whole chickens, and eggs. All their animals are pasture-raised, using rotational grazing to provide continual nourishment and help rejuvenate their land. Find them at the Bogert Farmers' Market, Gallatin Valley Farmers' Market and Bozeman Winter Farmers' Market, and through their online store.

  • Bozeman Honey Co.: Amy Sowers and Charlie McDonald
    Raw local honey and honey products from a small family apiary in Bozeman. Never pasteurized. Find them at the Bozeman Winter Farmers Market.

  • Chance Farm: Josh Chance
    Vegetables, flowers and herbs grown with care in Four Corners. Available at the Bogert Farmers Market, Gallatin Valley Farmers Market, a pop-up farm stand at Wild Crumb on Sundays, and at their farm stand on River Road. 

  • Conservation Grains: Judy Cornell
    Located in Choteau, Conservation Grains sells milled and whole grains grown in the region by farmers who work to improve soil life and wildlife habitat on their farms. Their flour blends are 100% whole grain and stone-ground for the ultimate freshness and nutrition.

  • Daniels Gourmet Meats & Sausages: Austin Daniels
    Daniels sells a wide selection of quality meats, including local uncured pork products and local grass-fed beef. The shop is open 6 days a week, at 520 W. Griffin Dr. in Bozeman. 

  • Dolina Pasta: Susanne Klaric 
    Dolina Pasta is made fresh in Bozeman with local, organic, whole ingredients and no preservatives. Available at Town & Country and the Co-op.

  • Farmented Foods: Vanessa Walston & Vanessa Bakken 
    Farmented sources much of its produce locally, providing a sustainable and delicious use for ugly and excess vegetables that would otherwise be discarded. Their sauerkraut, kimchi, and salsa can be found at farmers markets, grocery stores, and specialty food stores around town.

  • Farver Farms: Shauna Farver
    Located in Scobey, MT, Farver Farms makes roasted lentil snacks and pre-made mixes with wheat or lentils grown on their farm. Their lentil cruncher snacks and mixes are all available for sale on their website, and some products are now at Joe's Parkway on College St in Bozeman.

  • Gallatin Valley Botanical: Matt & Jacy Rothschiller
    Gallatin Valley Botanical at Rocky Creek Farm has been growing fresh produce for restaurants, the Co-op, the farmers markets and their CSA program for over 10 years. They also raise animals, harvest honey, and operate the U-pick berries, apples, and pumpkins at Rocky Creek Farm for a diverse offering of local food and flowers. Find their produce around town, or from their Farm Stand, nowwith online ordering.

  • Genuine Ice Cream Co.: 
    Small-batch ice cream, handmade in Bozeman. They're open year-round in their new shop at 411 W Main, and seasonally in the Airstream bus at 122.5 West Main Street, or find pints in some of our local grocery stores. 

  • Gluten-Free Prairie: Deb, Rick, & Jeremy Wheaton
    GFP is headquartered in Manhattan, MT and run by the multi-talented Wheaton family. Their gluten-free oat products are crafted with flavor in mind, so not only are they safe for celiacs and gluten-intolerant people, they're also delicious foods that everyone can enjoy. Products are available for sale on Amazon, and are distributed locally by QFD, so you may be able to find it -or ask for it- at your favorite grocery stores like Town & Country.

  • Headwaters BBQ: Brandon Hays
    Headwaters BBQ makes 3 delicious sauces and 3 spice rubs in Bozeman. They're available on the website in 3-packs or sample packs

  • Hot Mama's Salsa: Diana Loomis
    Hot Mama's is a local favorite for fresh salsa that can be found in just about every grocery store in town, as well as other places in Montana and beyond.

  • The Hummingbird's Kitchen: Linda Huang
    Originally from Shanghai, Chef Linda hails from a family of chefs, and celebrates her family's traditional approach to Asian cuisine. She offers private catering and hosts pop-up dinner events in her kitchen. She also sells her Chinese Ginger Tea to retail markets, which a concentrate made from minced fresh ginger and chinese brown sugar, perfect for a warm tea or a tasty marinade. Available at grocery stores around Bozeman

  • Mimi's Mustard & Dip: Paula Amsbaugh
    Located in Big Sandy, Paula started making her spicy mustard dip as a gift for friends and family. She now produces it for retail, and you can purchase it from her website in the "hot" or "not so hot" varieties.

  • Montana Gluten Free:
    A gluten free processing facility in Belgrade, MT owned and operated by Montana farmers. They source oats from farmers across the state who adhere to the Gluten Free Oat Purity Protocol. Although oats are naturally gluten free, Montana Gluten Free ensures that there's no contamination from growing to packaging.

  • Muddy Creek Ranch: Karen & David Shockey
    The Shockeys raise American Aberdeen cattle in Wilsall, MT. Their grass-fed beef is served in several restaurants in and around Bozeman, as well as at the family's own restaurant, the Wilsall Bar & Cafe.

  • On the Rise Bread Co.
    On the Rise has been baking bread and treats in the Gallatin Valley for many years. They are a wholesale and retail bakery, serving restaurants and grocery stores in our area. They also sell bread, pastries, desserts, and granola on their website and in their bakery at 81 Northstar Ln in Four Corners, near the Simms building. 

  • Quality Foods Distributing (QFD): 
    QFD is based in Bozeman, and distributes throughout Montana and the Northern Rockies. They source many organic, specialty, and local or regional foods. They've been a great resource for us to access local products that are hard to find elsewhere!

  • Ranch Wives Beef Co.: JaTanna Williams (MT) & Natalie Kovarik (NE)
    The co-creation of two long-time friends from rural Montana, Ranch Wives Beef Co. aims to deliver the same quality beef products to your freezer as they would enjoy on their own ranches. The cows are pasture-raised on the ranch, butchered locally in small batches, and dry aged for 14-17 days. Ranch Wives Beef Co. products are for sale through their online store, and local customers receive free delivery.

  • Renee's Gourmet Sauces: Chris Graff
    Renee's Gourmet mixes up fresh salsa and dips in Bozeman, available in grocery stores in Bozeman and Belgrade.

  • Root Cellar Foods: Christina Angell
    Root Cellar Foods provides organic vegetable processing for wholesale accounts such as the MSU dining services, Bozeman Co-op, and many restaurants. They source from local farms and regional organic growers. They now also operate an online market selling local food of all kinds, including their prepped and ready-to-cook vegetables, with pick-up and home delivery options!

  • Root To Rise Gardens: Leslie Witter
    Root to Rise Gardens is a market garden in the Shields Valley, and also home to an eco-conscious B&B and retreat space. Find Leslie's produce at farmers markets in Bozeman, Livingston, and the Shields Valley, or book a stay for some rest, rejuvenation, and garden-grown nourishment.

  • Roots Kitchen & Cannery: Patrick Burr 
    Located in Bozeman, MT and Jackson Hole, WY, Roots Kitchen & Cannery sources local and regional produce for their jams, pickles, and syrups. Available at farmers market, specialty shops, and grocery stores in Bozeman including Town & Country and the Co-op.

  • Sister's Gluten Free Bakery: Karen Miller
    Karen's dad, Dean Miller, is a partner of Montana Gluten Free, and after helping rep their oats and oat products, Karen recognized a need for baked goods, not just the raw product, so she started her own business. Both Sister's baked goods and Montana Gluten Free oat products are available at their storefront in Belgrade (103 E Main St), at the Bogert Farmers Market, the Bozeman Winter Farmers Market, and by special order.

  • Stella Bakery: Stella Moss
    Stella bread is made in Bozeman with organic, non-GMO flours and wild yeast fermentation. Available at the Gallatin Valley Farmers' Market, Bozeman Winter Farmers Market, or at her home-based bakery on bake days.

  • "Straight from the" Farm Fresh Eggs: Daniel Lucht
    Daniel is proud to be the largest egg producer in the Gallatin Valley. Despite the size of the business, he still has a focus on his individual customers, the quality of eggs they receive, and the health and safety of his hens.  Preferring to work with local businesses, Daniel supplies eggs for many of your favorite restaurants, bakeries, and caterers around Bozeman and Big Sky. You can find more Farm Fresh Eggs for sale at Heebs, Joe's Parkway, and the Co-op (under the Co-op label). 

  • Terra Greens Produce: Dan Moore
    Located in Manhattan, Terra Greens certainly specializes in greens, but Dan also grows a variety of quality crops including asparagus, herbs, squash, peppers, tomatoes, onions, and berries. You can find him at the Belgrade farmers market on Thursdays in the summer and the Bozeman Winter Market.

  • TerraWorks: Katie Russo 
    A small farm north of Bozeman, MT harvesting field-cultivated Honeoye Strawberries. They also sell fig trees, live microgreens, and fresh lavender. Available through online orders, at their farm stand on Springhill Rd, and at the new Springhill Market

  • Three Hearts Farm: The Hicks Family
    Three Hearts Farm is an organic vegetable, herb, and flower farm on 20 acres west of Bozeman. They've recently added chickens, giving us more options for fresh eggs! You can often find their produce at the Co-op, Rosauers, the Belgrade farmers market, and their farm stand on Love Ln on Fridays during the growing season.

  • Towne's Harvest Garden: MSU students
    A three-acre diversified vegetable and educational research farm supporting a student-run, community-supported agriculture program. Towne's Harvest Garden promotes learning about food production, the value of eating and supporting local foods, community building, and individual empowerment. Available at their seasonal farm stand, and through CSA shares.

  • Western Montana Growers Co-op: 
    A farmer-owned coalition of growers in the Flathead, Jocko, Mission and Bitterroot Valleys who distribute quality products including fresh and frozen produce, milk, cheese, eggs, lentils, honey, meats, and value-added items. Much of our fruit comes from them! Though they don't offer direct-to-consumer sales in our region, they supply many locally owned grocery stores and restaurants in the valley.

  • Whole and Nourished: Heather McDonnell
    Whole and Nourished provides ready-made meals crafted from fresh, seasonal, and organic ingredients, including local meats, eggs, and produce whenever possible. Meals come packed in compostable or reusable containers, and can either be delivered to your door or picked up. Available in Bozeman and Livingston - sign-up on the website.

  • Wild Crumb: Lauren Heemstra and Caroline Schweitzer
    Local bakery and northside favorite serving artisan bread and pastries Tuesday-Sunday at 600 N Wallace in Bozeman. 

  • Yellowstone Grassfed Beef: 
    A partnership between J bar L Ranches and Twodot Land & Livestock, YGB produces 100% grass-fed, 100% grass-finished beef with no antibiotics or growth hormones. As stewards of over 30,00 acres of Montana rangeland, they raise their cattle using ecologically sustainable and humane practices. Available at Heebs, Town & Country, Rosauers, Joe's Parkway, and the Co-op, among others.

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