Britt's

We accept all methods of payment:

Cash, Check, Card, SNAP

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Current Store hours:

Monday through Friday 9:30 am until 5:30 pm 

​Saturday 9:30 am until 5:30 pm

job opportunities

​If you have a genuine passion for working in a team environment, 

enjoy varying tasks, learning about the food that goes onto your table, and are capable of standing and moving for long periods of time, we want to meet you!  Contact Angela at the farm to request an application. 

Fall/Winter vegetables now in season: 

Acorn, Butternut & Spaghetti Squash, Sweet Potatoes, Asian Sweet Potatoes, Napa Cabbage, Turnips, Winter Squash like Kershaw, Cinderella pumpkins, Pie pumpkins & more. 


Christmas Trees:

Due to our supplier discontinuing the Christmas tree business, we will not be selling any trees this 2017 season.


Winter break:

We will be open until December 20th for your holiday shopping. After December 20th we will be closed through the New Year.  If you need us during this time, feel free to call our store and we will do our best to meet you: 785-539-1901.


Check in on our Facebook page to see what we are picking and updates on a continuous basis.

A stalk of corn waiting for harvest started as a seed; three generations ago so did our farm. From selling off the porch of John and Lucile's house, to selling our homegrown produce all over Kansas, Missouri and Nebraska, Britt's Farm has adapted to accommodate our customers desires and needs while being good stewards of the soil. We farm about 250 acres of fruits and vegetables in our valley and keep our own honey bees to pollinate our crops.


As the business has evolved through the years, some of the things we enjoy offering are pick-your-own strawberries and blackberries, our own raw honey, grass fed beef, free range eggs and Mexican vanilla. Our fresh vegetables in their season are available in our store, at area farmers markets, wholesale ordering and in some area grocery stores. The pumpkin patch is the largest in the area and continues to grow every year. We enjoy stocking locally and naturally prepared jams, salsas and pickled items as well as Hildebrand's milk and Sugar Shack candles.

  

As a family owned and operated business, most days you can find Richard and Angela around the farm and any of our children assisting to run the cash register or happy to share their toys with your children.  


We are planting the seed of brighter tomorrows today.

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it all starts with a seed