Farm goods

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Certified organic & fresh, all grown right down the road here at Rocky Creek Farm. Matt and Jacy have been growing for our community since 2003.

We have a hard time narrowing down what to grow, so we don’t! We are plant people and love the challenges and rewards of growing. Each year we plant up to 150 varieties of vegetables, salad greens, and herbs to share through our CSA program and at Farmers' Markets, via local restaurants and grocers, and directly from our farm stand.

With four heated greenhouses and four mobile high tunnels, we grow and distribute produce year round. We work with our farmhands and volunteers to plant, cultivate, harvest, wash, and pack our vegetables, so that we can provide you the highest quality produce!



The flower beds at Gallatin Valley Botanical are a vibrant addition to the vegetable fields, and they also keep our pollinator friends buzzing. Jacy grew up with the joy of growing flowers helping her grandfather, who grew dahlias at his home in Kalispell, MT. This year she is growing 2 acres of seasonal flowers. Some of her favorites include ranunculus, anemone, lisianthus, stock, sunflowers, sweet peas, and of course, dahlias!

We have several ways to brighten up your home or office with a bouquet of fresh-cut farm flower or to share one of our vibrant bouquets with a friend:

Enjoy weekly bouquets through our 17 week CSA flower subscription and the whole-farm CSA.

Pick up unique, colorful bouquets at our farm stand, or the Saturday farmers' market, as well as at the Community Food Coop, Heebs Fresh Market, and Rosauers.

Pick out your own flowers at Blooms In The Barn, our weekly flower bar held every Thursday from 3-6pm.

To add beautiful, fresh flowers to your Wedding or Special Event, pre order mixed flower buckets or mason jar bouquets.


Meat & Eggs


Our laying hens cruise the farm in their mobile chicken coop, helping us take care of crop residue, fertilize next year’s crops, and scratch around for insects. We keep a wide variety of hens, so each dozen is colorful and unique. We feed our chickens non gmo and no corn/soy feed and supplement their diet with unmarketable farm vegetables. Once you see and taste our golden yolks, you'll know these girls are happy!


Animals are an integral part of our farm and allow us to offer local, healthy meat products.

PORK: Our Tamworth pigs make sure none of our leftover vegetables go to waste. Our pigs are raised on pasture grass, locally produced peas, wheat and lentils, lots of apple mash and pumpkins, and an array of organic veggies.

LAMB: The sheep keep things tidy, enthusiastically mowing down crop residue and contributing beneficial fertility. We raise our lambs on pasture, keeping them happy on grasses and in the winter, hay from Roger’s Farm.

CHICKEN: Raised on local feed and moved daily to fresh grass, our Red Ranger chickens are a healthy and tasty addition to your local farm diet. With on farm processing, these birds are in our hands from chick to butcher day.

Meat & Eggs are available through our Whole Farm CSA or for purchase through our wholesale list and at our Market Stand.

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Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is a cooperative farming agreement between consumers and farmers. Support our farming family and the open space of Rocky Creek Farm by joining our CSA and receive a box a week of the best produce we have available. Full and half veggie shares and flower subscriptions are available at several area drop offs in Bozeman, Livingston, Big Sky, West Yellowstone, Mammoth, and Gardiner. Want more choice in your boxes? Come to the farm where we have market style pick up Tuesdays and Fridays. Summer CSA is full! Look for Winter CSA in September.


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Come visit our farm stand in the blue barn at Rocky Creek Farm! Pick up fresh vegetables, herbs, flowers, eggs, honey, farm raised meats, and apple cider in season.

May- November

Tuesdays-Sundays 9am-3pm

You Pick fruit Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, come early!

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Farmers’ markets

Saturdays, Late June-Mid September
Gallatin County Fairgrounds

Every other Saturday, September-May
Emerson Cultural Center



Since 2003, we have been growing specifically for restaurants and refining our operation by working directly with chefs. We strive to harvest and prep our produce so that there is as much useable product as possible, such as mint and basil tips, trimmed baby carrots, and well dried greens. Our fresh and clean produce gives a prettier presentation, better taste, longer shelf life, & less waste.  We offer a steady supply of the most popular salad greens, microgreens year round, baby vegetables, various tomatoes, and many other items.  If there is anything you would like to see on a regular basis, let us know, we can tailor our production levels to your needs with adequate advance notice.

We encourage chefs and their staff to come out to the field and see first hand how our produce is grown. For more information, please contact