Nicasio Soria moved to the United States from Zacatecas, Mexico in 1979 and began working for Martin Bowman on his organic farm. When Martin passed away in 1990, Nicasio purchased the farm. Kaki Farm produces citrus, persimmons, fruits and vegetables like asparagus. Kaki Farm also produces eggs and keeps 400 pastured chickens throughout the farm. They eat grass and are supplemented with fruit and vegetable scraps.
Nicasio says, “I have been a farmer all of my life, and I enjoy selling at the Berkeley Farmers’ Market with my wife Carmen. Thank you for coming to the market.”
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Gridley, CA, CA 95948 Gridley, Butte County, CA 130 miles Dirt and Sand Well, municipal water Kaki Farm, owned and operated by Nicasio Soria, employs 4 year-round employees and 20 people during peak season. Five family members work on the farm, including Nicasio’s sister, nieces, and nephews. Not currently certified. Chicken manure produced on-site. Tractor cultivation, hand weeding, hoeing Traps and beneficial insects like ladybugs 42 acres Gridley, CA About 600 chickens. Chickens are pastured throughout the farm and are free to eat whatever they find. Their diet is often supplemented with leftover fruit and vegetable scraps from the farm.