Our LADYBUG line brings a recognizable, top-quality brand to the market. LADYBUG farmers are all affiliates of OGC and we coordinate the production and marketing of their LADYBUG crops. This product is sourced from numerous Northwest regional farms providing us with over 100 seasonal items that are always fresh and flavorful.
LADYBUG produce is grown to meet strict requirements for organic production and is certified by Oregon Tilth, the Washington State Department of Agriculture and other third-party certifiers.
Picked at Its Peak
Our close proximity to the best local organic farmers allows us to carry produce harvested at its peak of ripeness and shipped directly to Organically Grown, often on the same day.
A Delicious Distinction
LADYBUG produce offers the tastiest regionally grown organic foods for our discerning customers. LADYBUG farmers grow a wide range of plant varieties and stay on top of the latest growing techniques to guarantee the fullest, most mouthwatering flavors.
LADYBUG growers operate small- to medium-sized, family-owned farms. Located throughout the Pacific Northwest, these farms produce crops that have been proven to thrive in their local climate. LADYBUG's hands-on farmers take great pride in the food they grow.
Agri-Star is a six generation, family farm located in Union and Baker Counties near North Powder, Oregon. The farm is nestled in the scenic blue mountain range, with the Elkhorn Mountains to the west and the Eagle Cap mountains to the east. The family’s ancestors arrived there six generations ago in the 1800’s. Doug began farming with his parents in 1975 after returning home from college.
Asparagus; Butternut, Acorn, Delicata and Spaghetti Squash; Sugar Pie Pumpkins
Founded in 1980 by Lyle and Darline Kinsey and their four sons, Greg, Steve, Jeff and Mark, Kinsey Farms has been a family farm since its inception. This family partnership was created with the advantage of long time experience—all four sons had worked in farming while growing up in the Yakima valley.
Schreiber & Sons Farm is located 16 miles north of Pasco, 0.25 miles east of the intersection of Taylor Flats and Ringold Road. Alan Schreiber grew up on a farm in Missouri with three crops: corn, soybeans and alfalfa.
Denise and Brian Andersen, along with their two daughters, farm in the beautiful Columbia Basin, near Othello Washington. Being born and raised on a farm “infused farming in their blood,” so they began farming in 1984, only four years after graduating from high school. Working with the land and considering the value of soil health and productivity, lead to the Andersen’s desire to become certified organic.