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Registration for the 2015 Community Supported Agriculture Program Now Open

We are now registering subscribers for the 2015 Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program! Growing in popularity around the nation, CSAs offer community members the opportunity to buy fresh, local, seasonal food directly from a farmer by purchasing a "share" in the farm. Shareholders buy into the farm as members at the start of the growing [...]

All Natural Pork Available

All Natural Pork now available at the farm. All of our pork is raised on pasture with all natural feed products and is NCDA inspected. Pork Ribs - $6.00/lb Tenderloin - $10.00/lb Breakfast Sausage - $5.00/lb Pinwheel Sausage - $5.00/lb Bacon - $6.00/lb Pork Chops - $7.00/lb Boston Butt - $7.00/lb Side Meat - $3.00/lb [...]

French Broiler Chickens and All Natural Angus Beef Available

We now have processed french broiler chickens and all natural Angus beef for sale. All Natural Angus Beef Ground Beef $6.00/lb Stew Beef $6.00/lb Round Roast $7.00/lb Chuck Roast $7.00/lb London Broil $8.00/lb Sirloin Steak $14.00/lb T-bone Steak $14.00/lb Rib-eye Steak $14.00/lb Beef Liver $4.00/lb All of our beef is raised on all natural feed [...]

2012 CSA Deliveries Start This Week!

4/30/2012 We are excited about bringing you fresh fruit and produce from the farm this year! Our 2012 CSA weekly deliveries will begin this week and will run for 12 weeks. An email was sent today to those folks that registered for our 2012 CSA Program. Each week, we will send you a friendly reminder [...]

Strawberry Care – Picking, Storing, Freezing & Preparing

The best strawberries are the ones you pick yourself or buy from your local strawberry farm. These berries will be the freshest you can get, with little or no handling and travel. Nothing beats the flavor and fragrance of fresh-picked strawberries! Picking Pick by pinching the stem of the berry between your thumb and forefinger. [...]