About Us

Chile Acres Farm

located in Tonopah Arizona,  owned by Celia Petersen.
Our main farm &  farmers market hands are:
KerryAnn, Andrew, Amanda and Emily!

At the farm you’ll find:
a lot of animals… including but not limited to:
Doxies, Salukis, Cats, One Donkey, Pinto and Arabian horses, Chickens(Redstar, blackstar, ameraucana and rhode island red), Ducks, Goats(Nubians), Sheep(Navajo Churro, Cotswald and Cheviot), Finches, Ferrets, Guinea Fowl and a whole lot of bugs!

You’ll also find a lot of produce!
We have two lovely White Turkish Fig trees and a lime tree that have started producing delicious fruit!
We grow a lot of different kind of chili peppers, tomatoes, squash and melons.
We always grow our produce in a pesticide free environment and choose those of the heirloom variety whenever available. We experiment with lots of different kinds of produce and bring all of it to the market whenever it’s in season!

Check out our events page to keep up to date on classes, shearing days and more!

What we sell:

Eggs by the dozen Chicken eggs and Duck Eggs.
Goat’s milk soap essential oils only. no harsh perfumes or chemicals
Goat Cheese,
Gluten Free baked goods Muffins, breads, cookies and more! vegan options too
Wool products From our sheep! Includes: Roving, Yarn, Hats, Scarves and special requests!

Where we sell our products:

-Downtown Phoenix Public Market
        Every Saturday (May-Sep): 8a to Noon (Oct-Apr): 8a to 1p

-Uptown Market
      Every Saturday 9am – 1pm
Every Wednesday 8am – 1pm (Oct-Jun   closed during the summers)

-Urban Bean Cafe
        Here you can find various GF-baked goods and Chile Acres Eggs!

Click Here for info on scheduling a farm tour!

623.980.0116  chileacres@wildblue.net

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  3. Hi to all. I met you( and did not get anyone’s name unfortunately) at your booth Saturday at Uptown Market. I need to come live at your farm. Everything I purchased was so yummy. Cake, cookies, goat cheese, flat bread! Thank you so much for offering gluten and soy free products that taste so wonderful. I hope to get to the market again next Saturday and stock up. Per the schedule above you will still be at Uptown on Saturdays thru the summer? Best wishes to all. Mary

  4. I’ve recently gone gluten free, and I was ECSTATIC to see your stand at the Downtown Phoenix Public Market. In talking with one of the women there, I completely forgot her name I am SO sorry, she gave me some really good information on different resources for going Gluten Free. The baked goods were AMAZING, and I think I may just have to hit you up again this Saturday!!

  5. Hi Celia & Jimmy!

    We just wanted to pop onto your page and say hi! We love everything you produce…and we mean everything since we’ve tried a little of everything from cheese to soap to baked treats, eggs AND little red doxie puppies named Dino! :) We are looking forward to visiting the farm and seeing the new kids!! We might even drag grandma Chris along for the ride!

    Have a wonderful week and we’ll see you soon :)

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