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Wuertz Gourd Farm
Kathy - Waylon Wuertz
2487 E. Hwy 87, Casa Grande, AZ, 85294
Tues. - Fri. 8 am - 5 pm
Farm Type and Features:
- Online Orders
We are a family owned multi-generational farm. Our son is the 4th generation to farm our land.
We raise and sell gourds, hay - alfalfa, grass and barley - cotton and sweet corn.
We also have a menagerie of farm animals. Come out and visit us at the farm!
In October, 1929, Fred Wuertz moved his family from South Dakota to a farm just west of Coolidge, Arizona, where he raised cotton, grain, and alfalfa. His sons, Wayne, Wilbur, Vern, and Howard, continued their family's farming tradition on separate spreads in the Casa Grande Valley.
In 1975, Fred's grandson, Marvin (Wayne's son), began farming the 800 acre parcel of land, south of Coolidge, now well-known as Wuertz Farm.
Today Wuertz Farm is a multi-faceted operation that raises over 200,000 gourds each year, and markets specialty hays for horses, along with miniature donkeys, sweet corn, cotton and grain. They also sell numerous products from Waylon and Leah's Gourd Shop, Marvin's cowboy leatherwork and BBQ smokers, Travis's hand-
(Do NOT Use Map Quest)
COMING FROM PHOENIX:
Take I-10 south towards Casa Grande, get off on exit #194(hwy 287), turn left on hwy 287 and go 8.5 miles. The farm will be on your right hand side.
COMING FROM TUCSON:
Take I-10 north towards Picacho, get off on exit #211 and head north 10.5 miles towards Coolidge/Florence. Turn left (west) on hwy 287. Go 1.5 miles and the farm is on the left hand side.
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