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Cox Farm

6059 South Seneca

Early in the year we start seeds growing in the greenhouse. By mid April, the young plants are ready to be sold and planted in the garden. As the ground warms, we plant our garden. First, early peas and green onions, then potatoes and sweet corn. Next, it's time to plant the tomatoes, squash, cucumbers, peppers, watermelons, cantaloupes and lots more. Before we know it, it's mid-June and it's time to plant the pumpkins, gourds and fall squash.

Each year the season is a little different, but before we know it, the garden is producing lots of produce and we are busy picking, sorting and selling home grown fruits and vegetables.We also sell our own Cox Farm dressings, jellies, jams, preserves, spreads and Local Honey.


John Doe

Sunday, July 1, 2018
This is a Hidden Gem in October with the corn maze. they go out there and cut paths and the kids come out, the adults come out, and it's awesome they go through this Maze and it's several acres and they just have people rolling thru and they have a great time. during peak crop production place should be an ever-present gaggle of people traffic, but unfortunately it's just got that Trickle of the occasional seers and passers-thru. The highlight of my trip into the Cox forms was this pretty little lady sitting back in the corner all tucked out of the way. Her name is Megan she is the owner operator producer manufacturer head honcho boss lady that has her Ducks lined up in a row she knows what she has and she knows what she's making and she knows the chemical makeups the compounds the compositions she has done her work she went to K-State she loves the Wildcats, and if you ask me she made the trip in there all worthwhile I ended up picking up my daughter some lip balm to have a very nice raspberry smell emanating from it. it was not strong it was not overwhelming you couldn't taste it as it was on your lips but what I do know is that when you applied it your body liked it so well that it absorbs it on contact. No messy films unless you want it because she has some that are on the Shimmer side to got just a little bit of glitter and some of them how you know the kids love that stuff nowadays! She has a little bit of everything for just a lot a bit of everybody. What was so genius about it was that she had all of these simply well-put-together well-thought-out colorful displays sitting right there in front of you and all we needed was traffic we just needed a password to come through clients hell I mean whoever you want to call yourself go out there and see Cox Farms they could have going on out there fresh produce fresh fruits. Vendors here in there... It's not a carnival or a circus or anything going on out there it is business but it is good down Grassroots Home Town business people getting their fingers dirty picking the crops. And everything in there is cheap you can't you can't beat it anywhere else the big name brand stores couldn't touch this. Very easily competitive with other pricing they're just trying to make people happy and eat healthier it's definitely the highlight of my day!

Cantrix LM

Thursday, July 26, 2018
Went there once to look for organic local eggs, I found some eggs, but they didnt look any better than the dollar ones at dillons. the prduce was old as well, and pretty expensive.

Kay Anderson

Saturday, June 23, 2018
Heard they are closing at the end of this season. This makes me VERY sad. Love the produce!!!

Trevor W.

Tuesday, July 3, 2018
We go here every year. They have all your good, fresh food.

Pixie Stix

Monday, June 18, 2018
Not as many choices as I remember. Also the cute little gift shop that was in the building is gone.

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