Each weekend, dozens of farmers and ranchers fill The Shed at the Dallas Farmers Market.

They come bearing locally grown fresh fruit, vegetables, eggs, honey, bread, cheese, and meat, all seasonal and ready for you to take home to your own kitchen.

These face-to-face interactions and the chance to buy food directly from the people who produce it are reasons that make shopping at the Dallas Farmers Market so special.

In this video, get to know Harry Butaud and Judi Glasgow of JuHa Ranch, located in Barry, Texas. The couple practices sustainable agriculture and maintains ecological integrity in all the ranch’s practices, focusing on the ethical and humane treatment of its animals and never using hormones, antibiotics, or pesticides.

Butaud also trains horses and working ranch dogs, who help guard and exercise the herds. At any given time, as many as 30 dogs may be gently tethered, kenneled, or held in a puppy run in the dog area of the barn.

Stop by The Shed to meet the folks behind JuHa Ranch and pick up some of their pastured and grass-fed beef, lamb, and rabbit.

By CultureMap Create