Farm Fresh Produce

Welcome To Serenity Farm

We are committed to the freshest organic produce, harvested just hours before it arrives at your doorstep!

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Do you want to love your food again? Are you craving the freshest chemical free produce, harvested just hours before it arrives at your doorstep? Guess what?!? Our online store is LIVE, and we deliver on Wednesday afternoons! You can now have our fresh veggies, meats, and eggs delivered right to your door!

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​2024 CSA Season Enrollment is open!

Season 1

April 10 – May 29

Mixed Lettuce
Broccoli
Bunching Onions
Kohlrabi
Fennel
Spinach
Chard
Kale
Carrots
Cabbage
Bok Choy
Radishes
Green Peas
Turnips
Small Beets
Herbs
Microgreens

Season 2

June 19 – August 7

Herbs
Beets
Carrots
Potatoes
Onions
Peppers
Okra
Cabbage
Cucumbers
Celery
Tomatoes
Summer Squash
Zucchini
Bunching Onions
Melons
Microgreens

Season 3

August 28 – October 16

Mixed Lettuce
Kale
Eggplant
Fall Greens
Peppers
Tomatoes
Onions
Beets
Carrots
Cucumbers
Potatoes
Sweet Potatoes
Melons
Pears
Winter Squash

Garlic
Microgreens

Season 4

October 30 – December 18

Mixed Lettuce
Kale
Fall Greens
Spinach
Peppers
Potatoes
Sweet Potatoes
Bok Choy
Turnips
Radishes
Broccoli
Onions
Beets
Carrots
Pears
Winter Squash
Microgreens

Family Owned & Operated

About our farm

Serenity Farm is run by Brad and Tiffany Dilts and our eight children.

Our 40 acre farm is located 3 miles west of I-135 between Newton and Wichita, near the town of Sedgwick, Kansas. Until about 20 years ago, it was farmed conventionally, though it has never had GMOs on it.

Since then, we have been working on healing and regenerating the soil through use of cover crops and crop rotations.

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    Our Mission

    • Honor Yahweh’s creation through producing food in such a way that it heals and builds the soil as well as our bodies.
    • Healthy Soil makes Healthy Plants makes Healthy People.
    • Give our customers the best we can produce.
    • Build the soil to support the next seven generations instead of mining it to support one.
    • Advance through challenging the conventional knowledge and methods.

    What Others Are Saying

    What I love about my weekly treasure from you are these surprises. Things I never even thought of eating, or knew I could eat and that there are so many ways to prepare things. Thank you for all you do. This year more than any other year in the past I have marveled at the variety. It is amazing. And fun. And nutritious and challenging. It keeps me connected in a magical way to my food, my diet, and our seasons.
    Thanks for all you do. What you bring to my table takes a huge amount of work, effort, knowledge and care.

    Rebecca, ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

    We’ve enjoyed the produce so far. The chard was really nice… the kids gobble it up. The microgreens have gone great in breakfast burritos.

    - Harley, ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

    I want to commend Serenity Farms for both the flavor & price of their BACON!  I have tried several Bacon suppliers and this bacon is by FAR the best!  AWESOME BACON & thanks for selling it!

    JoAnna, ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

    I never, repeat NEVER, thought I would pair the words “lovely” and “chard” in the same sentence; but you have changed all that!! That was a LOVELY CHARD salad recipe you sent home with the chard.

    Lara, ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

    The cooks loved your eggs and I didn’t even ask them.  They told me and showed me the carton!  Your greens are better than the other local ones that we tried, weight was good and no brown edges.  Thank you for being the real deal.

    - Charlotte from Beautiful Day Cafe, ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

    We love the greens this year.  They look inviting to eat.  We are enjoying the variety. Your hard work and the changes to the CSA program are great – and I hope you get to see the blessings on your end as well.

    Cherie, ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

    Wanted to let you know how much we enjoyed your salad greens and in particular, the cabbage leaves – just delicious!!  They kept very well too, thanks to the damp paper towel trick and you cleaned them so beautifully! Yes, the cider and apple butter was a big hit too!

    Kathy, ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
    Hello Brad and Tiffany!
    Brad, I told you the other night that I would send you a note telling you that I got a dozen long, sweet peppers on Thursday night. They were delicious! The red bell peppers were too!   The apple juice is so fresh and rich and delicious! I haven’t done anything yet with the flour, but will since the holidays are just around the corner.
    Thank you!
    P.S. Dealing with real people and seeing their families, your boys are so proud of your/their hard work, is priceless. Thanks again!
    - Lisa, ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

    Our Methodology

    “The only truly dependable production technologies are those that are sustainable over the long term. By that very definition, they must avoid erosion, pollution, environmental degradation, and resource waste. Any rational food-production system will emphasize the well-being of the soil-air-water biosphere, the creatures which inhabit it, and the human beings who depend upon it.” Eliot Coleman, The New Organic Grower.

    Towards Healthy Soil

    At Serenity Farm, we strive to farm in imitation of nature. Our ground was farmed conventionally for decades before us, causing great harm. We are working diligently to heal the soil, following cues from nature such as keeping the ground covered at all times with mulches or cover crops. Learn more…

    Minimal Tillage

    In recent years, no-till farming has become common in the large agricultural production of grain crops. However, such farming has also massively increased the use of genetically-modified crops, pesticides, and herbicides. The health effects of such usage are beginning to manifest themselves in the epidemic increase in diseases many are experiencing. Learn more…

    Cover Crops

    In our produce beds, we use several different cover crops to preserve and increase fertility. A cover crop is a crop that is planted, not for harvesting, but for its ability to produce both biomass and other nutrients in the beds. Certain crops, such as buckwheat, provide a heavy cover through which one can plant one’s vegetable seeds or seedlings Learn more…

    Crop Rotation

    A pivotal aspect of disease prevention in organic farming is the utilization of a crop rotation. This rotation can be as short as four years or as long as ten years. This rotation assures that no single crop will be planted in the same location in consecutive years. Learn more…

    Compost, Manure & Animals

    We utilize compost, manure, and animals to increase fertility on our land. Compost is made using garden scraps, leaves, and grass clippings from our own land. Manure from rabbits is used directly on the beds, and manure from other animal sources is composted and added to the beds as well. Learn more…

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