The objective of the paper was to present model solutions of distribution logistics with regard to organic products in organic farms. Moreover, size and production structure, as well as participation and structure of commodity production divided into departments was defined. The scope of the paper covered the research in 50 organic farms located in the south of Poland. The study was carried out within the development subsidy No NR 12-0165-10 "Innovative impact of technology and IT support of management on production efficiency in organic farms". Total commodity production in the investigated farms was 6009.73 PLNha-1 which constituted at the average 69.3% of global production. In the structure of plant commodity production, vegetables, grain seeds and fruit constitute a considerable part and in the animal production it was milk and eggs. It was found out that decisions within the scope of model solutions of distribution of organic products mainly concern the selection of proper distribution channels, organization of physical distribution (marketing logistic) and localization of sale points. Four models of organic products distribution were suggested.