Urban farming has never been more accessible. We’re the Urban Farm Store, and we are committed to bringing you all of the best products, guides, articles, and tools for growing your own food right in your backyard.
With our help, you can live a healthier lifestyle while reducing your environmental footprint!
We launched this website to provide you with the best products, guides and articles around creating a future of self-sustainability in your own backyard or on a big farm!
The main editor of this website is me, Zoe. I live on a Texas farm together with Noah. We’ve created what we’d like to call our own “micro-ecosystem”. Everything we eat – comes from our farm!
Meet Zoe, Editor of Urban Farm Store
I love our Texas farm and my garden. Every day, I wake up happy knowing that all around me there are chickens laying eggs for breakfast, cows chewing their cud as they graze on a field next door, and a sea of green from where vegetables grow before being harvested for dinner.
I hope to make the world a better place by minimising my own impact on the environment by growing loads of my own food.
Latest articles by Zoe
- Grow your own Livestock Feed with Crops
- Gates for Dog Owners
- Poultry Manure Pellet Machine, Why Do Small Farmers Need One?
Meet Noah, Muscle at Urban Farm Store
I grew up watching my grandpa work hard to put food on our table. We barely saw him. He was my greatest role model, mentor, and hero. When he past as I was all grown up I said; that’s not for me. I want to spend more time with my loved ones and enjoy the simple things in life. So I left the big city behind and moved to our family farm in Texas.
Nowadays, I love waking up early to watch the sun rise over the fields. I’m more connected to nature and I feel really good knowing that the food I’m eating is healthy and sustainable. Plus, I get to spend more time with my family and friends. It’s the best decision I ever made.
Latest articles by Noah
- A Guide to What Most Farm Animals Eat
- What Are the Common Diseases of Farm Animals?
- Differences between Traditional and Urban Farming