We look forward to sharing with you our affection for the land and our delight in its bounty!

This week at Elderslie Farm and Elderslie Creamery

Elderslie Farm began as a blackberry and veggie-growing operation and sawmill/woodworks, and through the years has added a CSA (community-supported agriculture), blackberry you-picks, outdoor cafe, special events, farm to table dinners, fine dining, private events, cheese and wine tastings and now the Creamery (cheesemaking and shop),  Everyday Elderslie and online shop.

Throughout its life, though, Elderslie has focused on respect and care for the land, sustainable practices, the opportunity to showcase the produce of local growers in our kitchen creations (whether casual or refined), warm hospitality and on a desire to provide a place of respite and conviviality for families near and far.

Below is a summary of our current endeavors. We hope you will visit us soon to enjoy any or all of them!


Opening March 6

Join us on the patio
for Bramble Cafe 2021!

Saturdays 9-12

Autumn Collection


Sat 10-4:00 pm

Handcrafted, small-batch
artisanal cheese
plus accompaniments;
gift boxes and
Everyday Elderslie items
(soup, baked & frozen goods).

Shop online

Version 2

Curbside Pickup
at Elderslie
4-6 PM

Curbside Pickup
at Seafood Shop
21st & Webb
Thurs 4-6 PM

Fri 3:30-6

Elderslie Farm to Table


We are busy
planning our

Creative and beautiful
cuisine showcasing
local producers.

Pickup or Delivery

Elderslie Creamery cheese
and accompaniments
beautifully prepared.

Email us.



We are tending
the blackberry brambles
and look forward to
the 2021 season,
(typically late June
through July).

See more about us in the May issue of Midwest Living,
the recent KSN Outdoor Life segment on the Creamery and
the Wichita Eagle articles.

The mission of Elderslie Farm is to tend and dress the land here in central Kansas in a way that is beautiful and productive, providing products and experiences that are authentic, local and delightful.


3501 E 101st Street, Kechi, KS
(on 101st Street between
Oliver and Hillside)
1.5 miles east of Exit 19 on I-135