Tigges Farm 12404 County Road 64 1/2, Greeley, CO 80631 Open: Mid-August - Mid-October Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday ONLY, 10am-6pm Closed: Mon, Tues, Wed 970-686-7225 (Open months & hours ONLY) 970-576-8970 - (Year around, text or voice message preferred as if we don't recognize the number we don't answer) Part of website photography courtesy of: Jen Coet Photography, Photos By Julie B, Family & Friends
The vast majority of the chilies sold at Tigges Farm are grown on the farm and picked fresh, as nothing beats farm fresh flavor. You can buy chilies individually or by the bushel. Chilies bought at the farm are fire roasted on site at no additional charge. Save yourself the long drive to New Mexico and buy the same variety locally. The only difference is they are grown in Colorado and fresher. Hot Chile Peppers We have whatever heat you want, (when available and barring a crop failure). Click here for descriptions & prices for varieties listed below: Very Mild - Guizeppi Mild - Joe E Parker, Mild Anaheim* Mild/Medium - Big Jim* Medium - Sahuaro (Tigges Farm Signature Chile), Medium Anaheim* Medium/Hot - Greeley Chubby (Tigges Farm developed), Fresno, Mosco (known as Pueblo Chile),* Poblano,* Jalapeno* Hot - Miss Junie, Hot Anaheim* Very Hot - Rattlesnake, Hot Anaheim* Very, Very Hot - Lumbre, X-Hot Anaheim* *A replacement chile, when we run out of what we grow or a chile grown elsewhere in Colorado, that we purchase. Sweet Bells & Cones Green bells, red, orange & yellow sweet cones For an additional taste of Tigges Farm green chile visit: “Broken Plow Brewery,” Greeley, (chile-wheat beer) “Big City Burrito,” Loveland, (green chile) “Kersey Pool Hall,” Kersey, (salsa)
Tigges Farm variety of tomatoes results in a medium size tomato. This variety "canners" love as the whole tomato can be used. There is not big hard core to cut out. Plus, the bonus is "amazing flavor" for everyday salads or a slice to add to a sandwich. We know how hard it is to "wait" for them to ripen, so don't get anxious early. On years with hot days and nights mid-August we will start to see them turn red. On years with cool nights the "wait" seems eternal. Once again Mother Nature rules. Other produce either grown at the farm or purchased from Colorado farmers in the area include: Bell & Cone Sweet Peppers Chile Ristra's (Fresh & Dried) Cucumbers (Slicers only - No pickling cucumbers) Dill Fruit (Sometimes Plums & Peaches - call first) Garlic (Hint: You can ask for garlic to be roasted with your green chile) Gourds (For Crafts) Melons (Maybe or Maybe not - call first) Onions (White, Yellow and Red) Pinto Beans Pumpkins (Carving, Pie & Miniature) Click here to go to pumpkin page Squash (Spaghetti, Acorn and More) Sweet Corn (Mid-August to maybe Mid-Sept) Tomatoes (Will Pick Green on Request)
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