Thompson Farm sells certified-organic eggs and produce.

What they grow:

  • Bob Thompson runs organic-certified Thompson Farm, which sells eggs and an abundance of produce including apples, strawberries, blackberries, grapes, tomatoes, eggplant, beans, beets, carrots, and squash.

Where they sell:

  • Downtown Growers’ Market on Saturdays from 8 AM to noon at Robinson Park (at 8th and Central) in Albuquerque.
  • Cedar Crest Farmers’ Market, on Wednesdays from 3 PM to 6 PM at the old Cedar Crest Flea Market location, on the north side of Triangle Market. Bob was market manager at Cedar Crest Farmers’ Market for many years.

Contact information:

Email Bob

Phone: 505-269-1577

Learn more about Thompson Farm:

Bob grew up farming; his grandparents were dry-land farmers and Bob spent summers helping on their farms and building one of the biggest hog operations in New Mexico at that time.  In 2008 Bob decided to start his own farm, and purchased two acres in Edgewood, which became organic-certified in 2011. Thompson Farm boasts three hoop houses and 200 to 300 fruit trees, along with fields for his produce. Following in his grandparents’ footsteps, Bob is water conscious in his farming practices and harvests over 35,000 gallons of rain water each season to grow his crops instead of tapping into valuable groundwater resources.

Despite weather challenges such as hail, Bob finds farming to be relaxing and he enjoys working in the soil; he plans to continue farming as long as his health allows. When he’s not farming, Bob flies WWI and WWII model air planes that he builds from scratch in his dedicated workshop.

 

 

2 Comments

  • Robert Jaffe says:

    Hi my name is Robert Jaffe and I’m seeking some sort of way of possibly regularly reserving eggs.
    I live in Santa Fe and my phone number is
    email is

    Thanks for any info on this

    • Christina says:

      Hi Robert! Eggs can be tough to reserve as they are a top commodity. The way to find/reserve local eggs is to head to the Santa Fe Farmers’ Market on Saturday mornings, see which vendors sell eggs, and communicate with the vendor directly as they are the ones who make such arrangements (if they are willing to do so). Keep in mind that hens are just now starting to lay, so there may not be many egg vendors at the market yet. As the days grow longer, laying will increase. It’s best to visit the farmers’ market on a Saturday, which is when most vendors will be present. Visit their website for Saturday hours, location, and a rundown of current vendors: https://santafefarmersmarket.com .

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