Kachina farms is a family owned micro farm. The farm is located in the heart of Effingham County in the city of Rincon. We specialize in growing herbs and produce for resturants, food Co-Ops and generally those who love to cook. Fresh cut ingredients allow cooks to reduce salt and fat without sacrificing taste during cooking
We started the farm in 2009 as a hobby. It didn’t take long for that hobby to explode into a life of its own. We started with one small co-op in savannah. One of our loyal customers Joel Caplan, a Savannah business owner, kept encouraging us to grow. Because of his encouragement and many other mentors we found along the way, we now service many wonderful Restaurants and two online food co-op groups. Our products contain no chemical residue, no waxes, and all of the vitamins and minerals that are lacking in factory farm produce.
Our farm is also a no-till farming operation. This is a way of growing crops from year to year without disturbing the soil through tillage. Constant soil tillage destroys the "living" soil that is at the root of true Organic farming. A soil full of living organisms and decaying organic matter, is more productive, needs less fertilization, and holds more water.