Our family has been farming in Castroville since the 1950’s. Shotsie DeCock has grown just about everything over the years but was known for his sweet corn. They even nicknamed Medina Valley High School across the road after his fields, Cornfield High. Now his daughter, Maureen, and grandson, Charlie, have begun their adventure here with a small natural farm and garden. Keeping to our roots, we grow lots of sweet corn, as well as cucumbers, tomatoes, cauliflower, broccoli, herbs, sunflowers, and will continue to add more as we grow. So, stop on by to see what’s in season!
Please fill out the form below and we’ll reach out regarding available spaces. We are looking for vendors in the Medina County and surrounding areas who sell homemade, homegrown, and/or handmade items. Eco-friendly
businesses are also encouraged to apply. We want to support small local businesses as
well but have limited spaces for the retail and food/catering category. We are no longer
accepting MLM businesses.
This form does NOT need to be filled out more than once. If accepted, we will add you to our vendor list. We send out one monthly email to remind you of the upcoming market. By submitting this form, you are agreeing to allow us to share your contact information to customers who inquire about you or your product. If at any point you would like to be taken off this list, please let the Market Coordinator know.