Located in the beautiful desert of Nye County, at Nyala Gardens, we commit to growing top-notch produce while adhering to principles of organic and sustainable farming. We have expanded from alfalfa production to grow more than 30 acres of watermelons and summer and winter squash, harvesting from August through October.
Nyala, the ghost town that our farm is named from, was settled in the 1860s as a rest stop for travelers. A well at the site provided water for the horse teams that traveled through hot and dry Railroad Valley. In 1913 a settlement began to form that included a ranch as well as a boardinghouse, a general store, and a restaurant. The ranch has had several owners throughout the years, and many of the original buildings are in use today.
We are proud of our heritage, and the well that provided water for weary travelers a century ago now grows the best in organic Nevada produce.