Chotiwan Farm

The story of Chotiwan Farm is about turning slight possibility into reality. Back in 2015, this 12-hectare land in Chonburi province was discovered with high constraint of organic resource which was inconducive for any agricultural activities.

But as the famous quote says “where there’s a will, there’s a way,” the success of bringing the farm alive through experimental efforts has become an inspirational epitome to many farmers who then realise the benefits of converting into organic farming.

Many organic techniques have been researched and experimented in the farm to ensure the most sustainable ecosystem is established. Placing high significance on self-sufficiency, the farm is positioning itself as an integrated learning centre for organic farming and engaging in agricultural tourism to help educate the community. It also opens an opportunity for organic farmers to sell their harvest with higher yield to create an upstream community of certified organic farmers. 

Chotiwan Farm today cultivates poultry eggs and organic vegetables such as chilli, galangal, lemongrass, rice, basil, turmeric, bergamot, lime, salad vegetables and other herbs to be consumed within the farm and share with farmers and visitors. To diversify the product lines, the farm also supplies organic produces such as herbs and spices to MeritO Food Products Company (MFP), Thailand’s leading manufacturer of coconut products. The products such as curry pastes labelled under MeritO brand also received international standard accreditation of certified organic, as well to its the vegetable seeds and plants in the farm.

Although the farm is yet widely known in the mass market, but most of our existing clients work even closer with us after learning about its practices and reach out to arrange group visitations and familiarisation trips. This has given us a platform to exchange knowledge about organic agriculture in which we are proud of and more eager to inspire others and share our experience of starting from scratch.

The story of Chotiwan Farm is about turning slight possibility into reality. Back in 2015, this 12-hectare land in Chonburi province was discovered with high constraint of organic resource which was inconducive for any agricultural activities.

But as the famous quote says “where there’s a will, there’s a way,” the success of bringing the farm alive through experimental efforts has become an inspirational epitome to many farmers who then realise the benefits of converting into organic farming.

Many organic techniques have been researched and experimented in the farm to ensure the most sustainable ecosystem is established. Placing high significance on self-sufficiency, the farm is positioning itself as an integrated learning centre for organic farming and engaging in agricultural tourism to help educate the community. It also opens an opportunity for organic farmers to sell their harvest with higher yield to create an upstream community of certified organic farmers. 

Chotiwan Farm today cultivates poultry eggs and organic vegetables such as chilli, galangal, lemongrass, rice, basil, turmeric, bergamot, lime, salad vegetables and other herbs to be consumed within the farm and share with farmers and visitors. To diversify the product lines, the farm also supplies organic produces such as herbs and spices to MeritO Food Products Company (MFP), Thailand’s leading manufacturer of coconut products. The products such as curry pastes labelled under MeritO brand also received international standard accreditation of certified organic, as well to its the vegetable seeds and plants in the farm.

Although the farm is yet widely known in the mass market, but most of our existing clients work even closer with us after learning about its practices and reach out to arrange group visitations and familiarisation trips. This has given us a platform to exchange knowledge about organic agriculture in which we are proud of and more eager to inspire others and share our experience of starting from scratch.

“The farm’s core value emphasises on chemical-free procedures to eradicate contamination in food products, leading to a healthy plate for consumers around the world. “

“The farm’s core value emphasises on chemical-free procedures to eradicate contamination in food products, leading to a healthy plate for consumers around the world. “

Goals and Interests

Our farm focuses on developing sustainable agriculture, with transparency and integrity of operation, to ensure organic quality of its raw produces.

Chotiwan Farm proactively manages agricultural activity with significant attention. We affirm our commitment in creating sustainability within the agricultural industry by upholding transparency and merit. We aim to offer organic ingredients with certified international standard, build our organic farm as a foundation to produce the organic goods, and eventually engage in agritourism activities.

We want to become an educational spot for local farmers, tourist and citizens, providing fundamental and essential knowledge about organic farming. We practice herbs and spices farming, as well as purchasing them from local farmers as we intend to enhance local farmers’ potential to general income and increase competitive advantage. By that, we can build a strong network of organic farming and produce organic goods with acceptable international standard (ACT-IFOAM, ACT-EU, ACT-Canada (add-on NOP).

Goal and Interests

Our farm focuses on developing sustainable agriculture, with transparency and integrity of operation, to ensure organic quality of its raw produces.

Chotiwan Farm proactively manages agricultural activity with significant attention. We affirm our commitment in creating sustainability within the agricultural industry by upholding transparency and merit. We aim to offer organic ingredients with certified international standard, build our organic farm as a foundation to produce the organic goods, and eventually engage in agritourism activities.

We want to become an educational spot for local farmers, tourist and citizens, providing fundamental and essential knowledge about organic farming. We practice herbs and spices farming, as well as purchasing them from local farmers as we intend to enhance local farmers’ potential to general income and increase competitive advantage. By that, we can build a strong network of organic farming and produce organic goods with acceptable international standard (ACT-IFOAM, ACT-EU, ACT-Canada (add-on NOP).

Visit Us

If you’d like to learn more about organic farming and biodynamic practices, visit us!

Visit Us

If you’d like to learn more about organic farming and biodynamic practices, visit us!

Chotiwan Farm

18/7 M.7 Nongkangkok, Muang, Chonburi, Thailand, 20000