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CasaCano Farms prepares to host a new farm stand this season

CasaCano Farms in Valleyford will be hosting a farm stand on Saturdays this season.

The new CasaCano Farm Store features plant starts, salad mix and other produce, non-GMO pork and grass-fed and finished beef.

The farm is owned and operated by husband-and-wife first-generation farmers Jorge Cano and Madyson Versteeg.

Their new farm stand will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays from May 5 through October.

Also new is the CasaCano Box, a pre-packed box of produce that can be picked up at the farm or at two designated drop points in Spokane. Boxes are available every week or every other week during a 22-week stretch. The first full payment, after a deposit, is due June 1.

For more information about the box, farm or stand, contact CasaCano Farms at

CasaCano Farms and CasaCano Farm Store are located at 12210 S. Madison Road in Valleyford, south of Spokane Valley.

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