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CHUCK WAGON DELIVERY
Saturday August 4 – Midlothian, Richmond, Williamsburg and Newport News and Hampton in Virginia.
Let me know if you want to see delivery in Norfolk, Chesapeake or South Hill, Virginia.
July 21st – Roxboro, Raleigh, Durham, Greensboro, and Reidsville in North Carolina and Danville and Chatham in Virginia
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First Generation Farmers
After living and working in Latin America for ten years as diplomats, we were unexpectedly medically evacuated home in 2014 to help one of our children. With the farm previously purchased in anticipation of our future retirement we came home for recuperation. The farming adventure began with heritage breeds of American Milking Devon and Red Devon cows and Gloucestershire Old Spot pigs.
Our overseas eating experiences were very different from those in the US with some resultant healthy life changing habits occurring. Frozen foods were almost nonexistent and canned food options were not much better. The ‘norm’ being fresh vegetables and meats. The impact of these limited food options is obvious – locals do not suffer from the same obesity rates as Americans. The American obesity epidemic has not hit Latin America.
Making a difference in America with our farm.
We chose heritage breed livestock, animals never selected for production in Confined Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs). Our heritage breed animals thrive in their natural environment, producing flavorful and nutrient dense meats – food the way Mother Nature intended.
We are excited to be your farmer, growing and sharing healthy choices for you.
Take a minute to look through our website and see for yourself what we are all about.
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A SELECTION OF OUR MEATS IS ALWAYS AVAILABLE IN THE FREEZER AT:
We will attend the following markets:
Abbott’s Farm Supply
445 S Main St, Halifax, VA 24558
209 South Main Street, Halifax, VA
Open Saturdays 8am – 1pm
We keep a freezer of meats at the indoor booth of GTS Farms.
4807 NC-57, just west of 119N , Semora, NC 27343
Caswell Farmers’ Market in Yanceyville, NC
2246-2252 NC HWY 86N, Yanceyville, NC 27379.
Open Thursday afternoons from 4pm to 6:30pm, April 26 – August 31, 2017.
LATEST farm updates
Eat Local Food. I started to go political with this one. After some thought, I decided I had better not, and deleted three paragraphs! It's just that sometimes, well, this gets a little personal for me. It's so easy to go into my local grocery or Walmart and buy...read more
Introducing Pastured Chicken from Moses Mill Farm Pastured chicken, I thought long and hard about adding it to our farm adventure. It's something I've been itching to do, but, if I'm honest with myself, it's just not a good plan to add another adventure to the farm...read more
We've all read something about the higher nutritional profiles of pastured meats. But then we look at the price tag and we hesitate. It's expensive. Trust me, I suffered the same hesitation! As you'll see, the cost of pastured meats really is the "true" cost to...read more
I love our farm fresh pastured eggs, but they are sure a pain to peel when hard boiled. My family loves hard-boiled eggs, but hates peeling them, so I did some digging to find out how to "hard-boil" our fresh pastured eggs. It turns out that for easy peel fresh eggs,...read more
Farming is hard, but it's even harder to treat a farm as a business, and this is why I believe that farmers need to collaborate with each other rather than competing. Actually, the farming is the best part. I can spend all day outside, and when I come in I feel...read more