Home is where the farm is!
Ty Regehr grew up in the Magic Valley farming commodities like silage corn and alfalfa, but the world of produce farming was catching his eye. The thought of growing food for people - rather than cows - appealed to him. Trenda grew up in the Treasure Valley and fell in love with Idaho grown foods while working at a strawberry farm and orchards near her home.
In 2015 the idea of BlueRock Farm Market was born and the dream of a produce farm, that sold directly to the people of the community, became a reality.
is filled with planning, seeding, transplanting and contending with Mother Nature’s late frosts and high winds! Early harvests of asparagus, radishes, peas and bok choy get us excited for the new season! Vegetables grown in our greenhouses yield cucumbers, tomatoes, beets, carrots, peppers and onions! Then in late spring broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage harvests begin!
is a season of early cool mornings, hot days, much weeding, and the thrill of watching crops grow and yield delicious produce! Green beans, cucumbers and zucchini are at their peak volumes and sweet corn, tomatoes and melons are ripe and plentiful.
is a time of abundance. Our team puts in long hours of hard work harvesting nonstop while watching with satisfaction as truckloads of fresh quality produce leave the farm and head to market. As tomato and sweet corn harvests slow, pumpkin and winter squash harvests begin! Late October brings frost, which means the end of our field crops, and we begin the work of clearing out the old crop and prepping for the new year.
- a chance to rest, and enjoy family time. We prep our farm for the new year, plan crops, and order seeds. Then by the end of January we are starting seeds in our greenhouses and we begin again!
Our farm crew is what makes everything possible! As we work alongside each other, the hard work of farming mixes with laughter and we become family. We love our team!
Our farm is focused on growing the highest quality produce with your safety in mind. BlueRock Farms is GAP certified (Good Agricultural Practices) with the Idaho State Department of Agriculture, which means we are inspected annually and follow all food safety recommendations. We also passed our FSMA inspection with top scores. The Food Safety Modernization Act and the GAP program focus on food safety, from growing practices and crop irrigation, to harvest and packing.
Our commitment to you is clean and safe produce that you can enjoy with confidence!