The Farm: An Agricultural Time Capsule Since 1961

For over 50 years Sharon Linsenbardt has raised animals here in the Las Vegas Valley and her family dates back to the 1920’s. What we hope to create is way for us to reach out and to educate, motivate and hopefully always, to entertain. We understand that while we have been farming and using almost the same methods for five decades that a lot has changed about how people receive information.

Sharon says, we love the idea of having our own radio show and broadcasting right here from the farm. You’ll be able to connect and hear real people talk about life in this valley and to learn about the products we produce right here, right in the middle of one of the hottest and driest deserts in the world.

We can’t wait to introduce you to all of our animals, each one is unique and has its own wonderful but sometimes sad story about how they found their way to The Farm. But now every single animal, bird and yes, even fish, is protected, loved and lives a secure and safe life.

Above all I hope you can come visit us. We’re located in the northwest part on Las Vegas on the corner of Tenaya and Grand Teton. The address is 7222 W. Grand Teton Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89131. You can reach us by phone at 702-982-8000. On the top of our to-do list is to provide you with a simple Google Map link.

All our eggs, chicken, duck, goose, quail and even peacock eggs are produced right here on the farm; they just don’t come any fresher, and can be purchased on any Saturday or Sunday. And we also produce our own honey, jams and breads and during the Fall season, our own wonderful breads.

Bring the kids, they’re some of our biggest fans, and just enjoy yourself, just like we did 50 years ago. Nothing much has changed and most people think that is our appeal.

Sharon could use some assistance: Help save a true piece of Americana. SAVE THE FARM HOTLINE 888.871.4588

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