Nevada Organic Family Farm

Family Owned and Operated

Holley Family Farms is a multi-generational, sustainable, USDA Organic farm providing customers with fresh, certified organic vegetables, grass-fed and grass-finished beef and lamb raised on certified organic fields,corn, soy, and GMO-free farrow-to-finish pork, and free range eggs from genuine grass-pastured and organically-fed chickens. Rob Holley and his family are the third and fourth generations to operate the Holley Ranch, and they are pleased to employ ecologically sound practices including composting, rotational planting and grazing, cover crops, and always the most respectful and humane treatment of their animals.

Meet the Holleys

(from left to right: Rob, Anna, Loni, Daniel, and Caleb)


Authentic. Local. Personal.

Posted on November 25, 2015 at 1:36 am by Rob Holley
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Many ideas come to light when folks talk about local food.  We think of three words that help characterize the movement.  Three words that define who we are, what we do, and what our customers expect us to be – Authentic,  Local,  Personal.   Authentic –Holleys are farmers.  We’ve been working the soil for more generations […]

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The Beginning and the End

Posted on November 25, 2015 at 1:04 am by Rob Holley
Planting Garlic

Traditional farming follows a beautiful, natural annual cycle.  At the end of each growing season begins the first planting of the next season.  Shortly after the heavy frosts of September or October, the first crops are planted!  Garlic is actually planted in the fall of the year.   Each head of “seed” garlic is broken into […]

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Time Marches On

Posted on November 18, 2015 at 12:03 am by Admin

Modern culture runs on the clock.  Nearly everything that we do starts and ends appropriately so that the next obligation, whether it be waking, work, school, the gym, soccer practice, church, a movie, a meal break, or sleeping can happen at its appropriate time.  This cycle, along with the clock, keeps rolling along perpetually.  Very […]

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