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Real food you can feel good about on the inside & out, direct from our Virginia Farm! Eating better is feeling better.

Ways to Buy

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Home Delivery

Need real food quick? We deliver on Tuesdays and Thursdays via UPS throughout VA, NC, SC, plus parts of GA and WV. We also deliver on Wednesdays throughout IL, IN, OH, PA, KY, TN, AL, & FL.

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Pickup Locations

We also deliver to 23 pickup locations throughout Virginia and North Carolina every six weeks. This is a fantastic, economical way to stock your freezer with pastured meat and skip the delivery fees.

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Farm Store Pickup

Place your order online for pickup at our Halifax, Virginia farm store – or come in and shop without ordering ahead. We’re open Mon 12pm-5pm, Wed 12pm-5pm, Sat 10am-2pm, or by appointment.


Scratch-made Sausages

Every sausage recipe is developed, tested and prepared right here at our Virginia farm! We use organic ingredients whenever possible and always use either our own pastured meats or local meats raised by farms we partner with. We list every single ingredient, too. It’s nothing like factory-farmed, factory-produced sausage!!

1PK - Turkey Burgers

$8.59/ea (1 extra large burger .5 lb Avg)
Sale 1PK - Turkey Burgers

2PK - Turkey Burgers

$16.99/ea (2 extra large burgers, 1 lb Avg)
Sale 2PK - Turkey Burgers

Asian Sausage, Pork

$14.29/ea (1 lb)
Pork Harvest Sale Asian Sausage, Pork

Grass-fed & Pastured Meats, Local Goods & More

Farm News

June 19, 2022
If you are not happy with your purchase - simply let us know (well, let me know anyhow!). We'll make it right with your choice of a refund or store credit.
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June 13, 2022
I know that there are a lot of questions related to making a big purchase such as meat in bulk. I'm going to try and answer them all, but if I miss any, please feel free to respond to this email and ask me directly! There's a good chance that if you want to know, then someone else also wants to know too!
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June 12, 2022
Eating nose to tail means that you eat all the edible parts of the animal and not just your favorite, and usually more familiar parts (the steaks?). It means eating all of those forgotten parts - the kidneys, liver, heart, tongue, fat, bone marrow and also using the bones to make bone broth.
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Why Shop Direct from our Farm

1 Ethical

Unlike factory farms, our animals are raised humanely on pasture on our Virginia farm without the use of hormones, antibiotics & no GMOs ever! Our grass-fed meats are simply that – our cows happily pasture on grass and are never fed grains. Our farm is committed to regenerative soil practices and what’s best for the earth. Read more about our farm practices.

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We believe in our farm practices and in knowing where our community’s food comes from. Integrity can’t be guaranteed with meaningless food labels, but it can when our doors are open. Visit us! We love making new friends and telling others about what makes our Virginia farm so special: our values & dedication.

3 Local

Supporting local businesses in Halifax and surrounding areas is very important to us – keeping dollars here helps our farming community thrive. There’s nothing quite like having meaningful dinner conversations about your local farmer and the food you’re eating! With us there are no monthly commitments, and we value each customer’s support.

Farm Recipes

Not sure what to cook this week? We’ve got you covered — get inspired!

April 10, 2022
I have another lamb recipe for you this week from a cookbook called "Persiana, Recipes from the Middle East & Beyond," by Sabrina Ghayour. I think that food is a great way to begin to understand other cultures, after all, everyone eats! Food offers a reason to sit down together, to give thanks, and it's a great conversation starter. Plus, there are just so many great cuisines from around the world! This recipe was the bomb! It's a Persian kabob recipe with some rather interesting ingredients. It was just as good leftover too! In my American mind, kabobs are chunks of meat cooked on skewers on the grill or over a fire (camping memories!). I recently discovered that kabobs are not limited to chunks of meat! Kabobs can also be made from ground or minced meats that are formed around a skewer in a torpedo shape and then grilled! And, since the grill and I are not personal friends (Kevin and Z are responsible for ALL grilling here), kabobs made from ground meat can be formed into patties and cooked on the stove!! The following recipe was fantastic served with Cacik (also known as tzatziki) over a bed of lettuce and topped with fresh chèvre. It would also be great served in pita, wrapped in naan, or even wrapped in tortillas. Maybe add some chopped onion and tomatoes! I'm making a Herculean effort to avoid all bread (did a LOT of cheat eating on vacation and felt like I was dying) so salad style, as recommended in the book was how we ate them.

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October 17, 2021
We adored this recipe! It's very similar to an Indian curry. Though the recipe calls for beef, we made ours with a pork shoulder roast cut into cubes.

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October 16, 2021
Chicken Paprikash is a classic Hungarian dish featuring lots of paprika! It's a hearty treat and easy to make in your InstaPot. Serve it with some egg noodles, zucchini noodles, rice, or nothing at all and enjoy!

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