Kabocha is also called the Japanese Pumpkin. It has bright red colored skin and is shaped like a squat pumpkin! With a more complex flavor than a sugar pie pumpkin, these beauties are actually higher on the brix scale (sugar content measurement) than the sugar pies or butternuts. Once you try these, you'll never go back!
Our 250-acre organic farm is located just outside of Esparto, where rich creek-bottom soil, intense summer heat and winter frost make exceptionally tasty fruits and vegetables. Using certified organic production practices, we cultivate a variety of lush vegetables and fruits year-around. We are proud to raise hogs and meat chickens as well, which roam our pastures, forage, and eat organic feed. We believe that the most wonderful part of farming is having access to both abundant, fresh, pesticide free foods and open space.