About Premier Produce


View of lettuce greenhouse - early season May08 Premier Produce is a family-run business, owned and operated by Tim and Sandy DeLoof. 

After 12 years of delivering fresh vegetables to our customers and almost 50 years of growing greenhouse crops, we've decided to try a new approach this season. 

We will no longer be delivering produce boxes, but instead are inviting our shareholders to visit our greenhouses outside of Brandon and pick a basket full of fresh chemical free vegetables as they come into season.  We will assist you with the picking of the vegetables.  

Each week we will post the varieties of veggies that will be available to pick on Facebook and our Web page.  

Our dairy goat herd has grown to over 100 with lots of little ones to entertain you. They are an event in themselves as they have their own unique personalities.  Kids as well as adults enjoy and have fun with them.  We also have fresh eggs available from our free range chickens.

Season starts: June 26 until the end of October.

Days to Visit:  Wednesday  through Saturday - with visits by appointment only in order to help us coordinate and ensure we are available. Please Contact us here or email us at premierproduce@hotmail.com with the requested date and time of your visit and we will send a confirmation email. 

Cost of Share and Due Date: $200 for 10 visits or $100 for 5 visits due by June 15.  You will have the option to renew for additional visits during the season.  Each visit includes whatever you can fit in the basket of assisted U-Pick veggies and of course enjoying the goat antics.

Basket Size:  17" wide x 14" high.  The Basket is larger than the previous delivery box. The Basket is not included, so you will need to bring a container to transfer your veggies for the trip home.  


Please send payments to our address below.  

Premier Produce
3301 S. Lisa Drive
Sioux Falls, SD  57110

Vegetable Varieties Available During the 2019 Season* 

*Varieties are subject to change based on weather conditions
Asparagus
Basil
Beans
Beets
Broccoli
Brussels Sprouts
Cabbage
Cantaloupe
Carrots
Cauliflower
Celery
Chives
Cucumbers
Eggplant
Garlic
Kale
Kohlrabi
Lettuce
Onions
Peas
Peppers
Potatoes
Radishes
Spinach
Squash
Swiss Chard
Tomatoes
Watermelon