Urban Farmer - Missoula, MT
|Traveling Range:||10 mi|
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|Tuesday:||10:00:00 AM - 6:00:00 PM|
|Wednesday:||10:00:00 AM - 6:00:00 PM|
|Thursday:||10:00:00 AM - 6:00:00 PM|
|Friday:||10:00:00 AM - 6:00:00 PM|
|Saturday:||12:00:00 PM - 5:00:00 PM|
More About This Dispensary
Urban Farmer offers delivery to homebound patients in the Missoula area. First-time patients can request a visit where a delivery staff member will help them register for the dispensary and talk about their individual needs. You don’t need to order a minimum amount to get delivery — every purchase counts. Plus, patients only have to pay a $2 fee to cover travel costs.
Discounts and Deals
Urban Farmer has the following specials for money-savvy customers:
- 10% discount for seniors, veterans, firefighters and EMTs
- $100 in-store credit for your first order
- Online reviewers receive a free pre-roll
- Referrers get a free eighth of flower
The Menu at Urban Farmer
The growers at Urban Farmer consider themselves craft cannabis cultivators — that means that they wouldn’t sell anything they wouldn’t use themselves. They raise dozens of strains, including dispensary picks Cherry Pie, Presidential OG and J1. Urban Farmer’s flower also goes into medicinal products such as:
- Vape cartridges
- Dessert edibles
- Infused peanut butter and jam
- Bath soaks
Every medication at Urban Farmer goes to Fidelity Diagnostics for state-certified testing. Montana has some of the highest standards in the country, so you can rest assured your medicine has no contaminants.
Where to Visit Urban Farmer
Urban Farmer serves patients at 120 South Ave., West in Missoula, between Lester Street and South Higgins Avenue.
Before Montana’s medicinal cannabis legislation went into turmoil, the founders of Urban Farmer were some of the state’s top cannabis professionals. In fact, founder Joseph Caldwell won Missoula’s Choice Award for best medical marijuana in 2011. When Montana regulations tightened, the team went their separate ways to states like Oregon and Colorado to learn from the best.
After six years, Montana law gave medical marijuana dispensaries more breathing room. So, the founders joined together to reopen Urban Farmer’s doors in 2017.