To contact us:
6593 N Emu Lane
Springfield, MO 65803
Hi Curtis, My wife and I visited your farm today and learned a lot from you. Thank you for sharing your knowledge with us. You suggested several books for us to read. Could you please send an email with these to firstname.lastname@example.org? It was very pleasant meeting with you. Thank you, Bob and Betty Herzog
Dear Curtis and Millsap Farms,
A warm thank you on behalf of the MSU Environmental Sociology class for our Wednesday field trip. Way to provide nice weather as well! Visiting the farm helps us visualize and better understand sustainable agriculture and will be a great springboard for us when we are back in the classroom. Thank you for sharing your time and knowledge (and apples) with us. We appreciate the valuable role the farm plays for the community.
Lora Vess and the MSU Environmental Sociology course, Fall 2011
Thank you so much for having us (Lora Vess’ Environmental Sociology class) come to see you. I have retained valuable information you shared and will be visiting again. Keep up your amazing work and know that all you do is greatly appreciated! Happy Harvest!
I cannot seem to find a local source for organic, soy free chicken feed. I’ll be pasturing them, but I’m fighting an ovarian tumor (we haven’t tested it to see if it’s cancer yet), and I NEED to get away from both soy and gmo, so I don’t wanna feed it to my chickens then eat their eggs.Ideas?
We get our non-GMO feed from Hostetler Feed in Buffalo, however non soy is hard to find
oh, duh. I live in Ozark MO
I have heard a lovely rumor that Curtis is giving a workshop on HOW TO BUILD a wood fired oven. I am VERY interested in taking this and coming home to make my own amazing bread and pizza. Thank you for any info.! Lots of Love, Heather Duff
Hi, I run a local co-op for our Springfield area. Many of us are interested in going in together to purchase produce. Can you let me know how that would work? I have over 80 members right now, just started two months ago, and it grows everyday! I’d love the focus to be on local produce! I’d like to start ASAP. Since so many would be ordering, would there be a change in price as that is kind of the whole point of a co-op? Thank you!
Does your co op pick up every week. What types of items are you looking to source? We have a wholesale list we send out every week, not sure if this would be appropriate or not. We are organic farmers who work hard to grow the healthiest produce we can. Feel free to call Curtis at 417-839-0847 to understand Who we are, what we do and how we grow.
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Millsap. I read the article in the Houston Herald about your farm. I think what your doing is wonderful. I am most interested in the green house operations. What the benefits of the Chinese High Tunnels are and is there an environment they are better suited for? I took a year of study at a agricultural college in central New York, in plant studies, but I have been a gardener all my life. I liked the hydroponics systems and the benefits of fresh fish but I am always interested in new /old methods of growing. I am visiting in Licking Mo. for another month and have found the area and climate length great for growing. Would love to visit your farms. Thank you for your time.
Curtis, amazing job on show me AG. We have a small farm in Boonville and your philosophy is exactly what we believe as well. Educate and communicate with your consumer and you don’t have to be certified. You are doing an excellent job. Keep up the hard work…You and your family are doing his work as it was meant to be done. May your family be blessed.
Do you ever host field trips?
Yes we do see link https://millsapfarms.wordpress.com/touring-millsap-farm/
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