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Pastured Products Directory - Pennsylvania

 

 

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The following farms and ranches have certified that they meet Eatwild's criteria for producing grassfed meat, eggs and dairy products. Contact them directly for additional information or to buy their products:


Absolute Pastured Poultry raises all-natural chickens on pastures in the scenic Sugarloaf Valley near the foot of Sugarloaf Mountain located close to Interstates I-80 and I-81. Our farm is miles away from "industry" in the heart of prime agricultural land with excellent deep well water and pastures that have only been used for natural grass for over 25 years.

We initially began raising chickens for ourselves, but found that others were also interested in healthier, highest quality, naturally raised chicken that are never fed any antibiotics, hormones or animal by-products. Our flocks are Cornish/Rock cross birds that produce excellent quality, hearty tasting chicken weighing between 4–7 pounds.

Currently, we begin in the Spring and are able to raise multiple flocks of 50–60 chickens each throughout the summer and into fall. Ordering is by pre-arrangement before and during this time period. You MUST contact us ahead of time and plan for receipt of your order shortly after processing. We do not presently store large amounts of meat for winter sales.

Contact us today for details on how to place an order that will fill your freezer with great tasting, high quality, natural pastured poultry at reasonable prices!

Absolute Pastured Poultry, Sue Ritter, 572 W County Road, Sugarloaf PA 18249. (570) 788-1044.
E-mail: absolutepp@email.com Website: http://www.absolutepasturedpoultry.com.


Alt Perlswalde Farm, located in southern Franklin County, Pennsylvania, is an integrated hay and lambing operation.

All animals are pasture based, grass fed and free of hormones or antibiotics. We have a commercial flock whose genetic makeup is primarily Dorset. All lambs are pasture born and reared until naturally weaned by their mothers.

Lambs are available for the 2009–10 season beginning in September and will be available thru January 1, 2010. Lambs will be offered for sale as freezer lambs at a live weight of 70 lbs. or larger. Freezer lambs can be cut to order at a local USDA inspected abattoir and we can make recommendations on selected cuts and expected finished weights. Restaurant quality lambs may be ordered with whole carcass intact and organs packaged separately.

Our farm is located within 90 miles of the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area. On-site pick up is encouraged; delivery may involve a fee. Allow 2-4 weeks for processing.

Alt Perlswalde Farm, Jeff Taylor, 10077 Buchanan Trail West, Mercersburg, PA 17236. (717) 328-5070.
E-mail: nat@pa.net.


Apple Ridge Farm is a small diversified sustainable family farm. We specialize in Certified Naturally Grown pasture raised chicken and eggs. logoOur egg layers are given unlimited access to green pasture 24/7 during the growing season and have access to supplemental feed which is grown naturally (no synthetic pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizers) and contains no GMO's. Our meat chickens are raised in portable pens that are moved to fresh grass one to two times daily.

In addition to poultry products we also raise Certified Naturally Grown produce (specializing in heirloom varieties) and cut flowers. Apple Ridge is also home to the Stone Oven Bakery, a wood-fired brick oven bakery that specializes in naturally leavened artisan breads.

We are located in Saylorsburg, PA (Monroe County), just 10 miles from the NJ line (Route 80). We're 90 miles West of New York City and 90 miles North of Philadelphia.

We participate in two buying clubs, and sell our products seasonally at several farmers markets, and year-round at several stores:

Monroe Farmers Market, Ann Street, Stroudsburg, PA, Saturdays, May–Oct, 8am–12pm
Blairstown Farmers Market (Bakery Only), Blairstown, NJ, Saturdays, June–Oct, 10am–2pm
Steel Stacks Farmers Market, Bethlehem, PA, Tuesdays, May-Nov 15th, 3–7pm

Natures Harvest Natural Food Store (bakery and produce), Main St. Blairstown, NJ
Earthlight Natural Food Store, Ann Street, Stroudsburg, PA.

Apple Ridge Farm, Brian Bruno, Rd 3 Box 3139, Saylorsburg PA 18353. (610) 381-6152.
E-mail: applefrm@ptd.net. Website: http://www.appleridge.net.


Auburn Meadow Farm. It's true! Slow growing, old fashioned British breeds make some of the juiciest, most flavorful grass fed beef around. Meat rich with beefy flavor and fine, juicy texture – all on a grass only diet – special enough to be included on the Slow Foods Ark of Taste!

Our herd of rare American Milking Devons are about as close to their British roots as can be. We began our work raising cattle as a direct response to animal welfare, food quality and environmental issues. We follow non-certified organic methods and the cattle eat only grass and hay grown here at home. Our cows live a happy, natural life of grazing with their buddies, with plenty of spring water & free choice shelter from cold, rain & blazing sun.

In beef cattle, there is a documented relationship between high butterfat content in the milk and superior marbling in the beef. And, a scientific reason the flavor and texture of the meat from smaller breeds given longer to mature is so much finer. We have taken great pains to resist the temptation to breed for increased size and beef yield thereby preserving the rich milk that made these cows such a treasure in their native Devonshire, England.

You’ve heard of Devonshire cream, haven’t you? Well these girls invented it…

We are located just about an hour north of Pittsburgh, and ten minutes from Boardman, Ohio. We have limited amount of beef available each summer and are excited to share it with you. Don't miss out; when it’s gone, it’s gone until next year!

Auburn Meadow Farm, Jackie Cleary, 164 Bedford Road, West Middlesex PA 16159. (412) 600-5826.
E-mail: auburnmeadowfarm@gmail.com. Website: http://www.auburnmeadow.farm.com.


Back Achers Farm produces brown eggs from organically fed pasture-raised hens, broilers raised on pasture and organically fed, grass fed beef, and produce grown on soil that is free from pesticides, herbicides and chemical fertilizers. We also produce grassfed lamb and milk fed pork. Maple syrup and other maple products are made right here on the farm. We have Thanksgiving turkeys which are also fed only organic feed and raised on pasture.

Our animals are ethically raised, totally drug-free, without chemical additives, animal byproducts, or hormones, and this year we will be using biodynamic principles as outlined by the Josephine Porter Institute. Back Achers Farm is not just a production facility, but an ecological haven where the connections and relationships among crops, trees, animals, insect compost, soil, and water form an intricate web.

Vegetable and meat CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture) are available, as well as farmshare memberships.

Back Achers Farm, Susan Bullock, RR 3, Box 3056, Rome PA 18837. (570) 247-2940.
E-mail: backachersfarm@epix.net.


Baytree Farm has the very simple, yet exact philosophy—We Love Lamb. We love to raise sheep and lambs. We love farming. We would like to share this with you.

Baytree Farm is 180 acres of grass pasture and hayfields, located in southern Venango County just minutes from Interstate 80. We have lived here over 30 years and run around 200 ewes.

We are a pasture-based, grass fed lamb producing operation. We do not use hormones or antibiotics. Since we like to be outside, we know that the sheep do also; hence we offer the flock unlimited access to rotationally grazed pastures. Here they can get all the fresh air, sunshine, clean water and exercise they desire. We make all the forage here for winter feeding.

At Baytree Farm we produce various size lambs for different markets. Many of our lambs are sold at 60–75 pounds live weight and are in high demand. We do have larger lambs for specific customer needs. Whole or half lamb can be shipped nationwide, from a USDA inspected facility, which follows humane handling procedures. We accept credit cards and make every effort to accommodate special requests. Please visit our website for more details.

We strive to do our absolute best for our sheep and lambs as well as all of our animals. We have been given the opportunity and privilege of raising sheep on our farm and work very hard to provide the most humane and conservation-minded environment for them. We have most recently completed and passed the first phase of the Sheep Safety and Quality Assurance Program sponsored by the American Sheep Industry Association.

Thank you for your time and consideration. We invite your comments or questions always.

Baytree Farm, Warren K. Thomas, 2265 Rockland -Nickleville Road, Emlenton PA 16373. (814) 671-3922.
E-mail: warren@baytreefarm.com. Website: http://www.baytreefarm.com.


Bendy Brook Farm is family owned and located in the historic Oley Valley. We offer 100% grassfed beef and goat, as well as pastured chicken, turkey, and eggs.

Our land has been chemical-free for over 25 years, and although it is no longer certified organic, we have continued the same organic practices: no pesticides or fertilizers, and no hormones or antibiotics for the animals. Our Angus/Red Devon calves are born in the spring as nature intended and raised in the pasture with their mothers. They eat a healthy diet of grass and hay all year long and are never fed grain.

We have steaks, roasts, ribs, chipped steak, cubed steak as well as 1 lb. packs of ground beef in stock. We also offer more unusual cuts like tongue, heart, liver and bones to make excellent, nutritious beef stock. Our laying hens, broilers, and turkeys are pastured – their pens are moved every day to keep them on fresh grass – and are fed SOY-FREE, organically raised grain. We have whole birds, boneless/skinless breasts, legs and thighs, and wings, as well as bones for making broth.

No shipping available, and please give a call for prices and availability.

Bendy Brook Farm, Nevin Mast, owner, or Corrie Mast, marketing, mailing address: 318 Fairview Road, Reading PA 19606. Farm address, Oley, PA. (610) 404-2003.
E-mail: nevin@bendybrookfarm.com. Website: http://www.bendybrookfarm.com.


Beulah Land Jerseys is a certified organic grass-based dairy located in North Lebanon County, PA. Cows are outside year round. As long as we have grass it is their major feed source. We feed no grain, use no antibiotics and no hormones. We milk once a day and give them fresh grass once or twice a day. Calves are fed milk up to five months of age.

Our pork is fed milk and eggs and is pastured rotationally. It is available in limited quantity in September and October.

Our dairy beef is our own Jersey bull calves. They are raised basically the same as our milk cows.

All products are picked up at the farm. Milk is $5.00 /gallon pre-ordered. Call for pork and beef prices and availability.

Beulah Land Jerseys, Dennis and Joanne Wenger, 34 Lincoln School Road, Jonestown PA 17038. (717) 865-7158.
E-mail: beulahlandjerseys@gmail.com.


Big Horn Ranch offers a wide selection of pasture raised meats, including cuts of grassfed Scotch Highland beef, heritage woodlot foraged turkeys, pastured pork (including bacon, sausages, etc.), and farm fresh channel catfish.

Visit our website for a full explanation of our sustainable farming philosophies. Orders can be placed via our website, or by phone.

Big Horn Ranch, Michael Wright, 1670 Page Hollow Road, Pittsfield PA 16340. (814) 563-7348.
E-mail: michaelwright@bighornmeats.net. Website: http://www.bighornmeats.net.


Birchwood Farms is a PCO Certified Organic farm that produces licensed raw milk from grass-fed Jersey cows, cream, butter, yogurt, cheese (Plain Cheddar, Garlic Cheddar, Tomato Basil Cheddar and Baby Swiss), tender grass only fed beef from Angus cattle, milk-fed pork and veal.

We also juice Organic Florida Valencia oranges, make Organic sen-cha green tea and Organic Super Supreme Ice Cream.

Birchwood Farms, Mike Tierney, 428 Brownsburg Road, Newtown PA 18940. (215) 598-8633.
Website: http://www.birchwoodfarmdairy.com.


Blackbird Farms is located in pastoral Pierpont, Ohio less than one hour from either Erie, PA or Cleveland, OH. We are a family-owned farm dedicated to providing superior quality, all-natural, cruelty-free, pasture-raised pork.

Our pigs are raised in the fresh air and sunshine where they have room to roam and develop naturally. We find great happiness in being able to offer this wholesome pork to you and your family. We know that you will find it to be some of the best pork you will ever taste. Our pork chops are out of this world juicy and more flavorful than any "assembly line" pork product. There is much less waste in our product because it contains only 100% all natural-pork. No additives. It is the way pork should be—flavorful and tender.

We are currently offering pasture-raised pork by the side or whole hog. A half-hog yields approximately 75 pounds of take-home meat, and will take up about 1/3 of a regular top-freezer.

We prefer pick-up, but convenient arrangements can be made. Call or e-mail for specific details on cuts, sausage seasonings, pick-up dates, etc.

TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR NEXT YEAR'S PRODUCTION OF PASTURE RAISED PORK, TURKEY, CHICKEN (CORNISH AND HERITAGE), AND LAMB.

We currently have a limited supply of pasture raised turkey available. These are Holland White turkey and are our first attempt at raising them. We had an awesome experience and plan to continue next year with heritage breeds.

We appreciate your commitment to supporting small-scale environmentally conscience family farms. We can assure you that your purchase helps us to become better stewards of the land that we use to produce our products.

Call George or Tracy at (440) 577-1505 to reserve your order today!

Blackbird Farms, George and Tracy Simonoff, 5227 Graham Road, Pierpont OH 44082. (440) 577-1505.
E-mail: blackbirdgeorge@gmail.com. Website: http://www.blackbirdfarms.com


Blue Fire Farm & MileStone Apiary offers grassfed beef, breeding stock and raw honey. We use biodynamic principles. We see our farm as a living ecosystem, from the soil microbiology up.

Our family raises heritage cattle breeds that excel on native pastures, mainly Belted Galloway. Our cattle live and graze in family groups, migrating around our farm throughout the growing season. During the winter they are fed native hay free choice. We also offer them kelp and salt with added selenium and vitamin E free choice, year round.

Our honeybees are allowed to build comb naturally, as they would in the wild. We use two types of box style hives: Warre with observation windows and the conventional boxes. We feel strongly about the conservation of honeybees and that they are the backbone of agriculture. We even remove wayward honeybee colonies from buildings. Honeybees unfortunately are being plagued at this time with many devastating pests. We use an integrated pest management system to help the bees cope with these killers.

Beef is available on a preorder basis, by the quarter, half and whole; cut to your specifications at a local USDA inspected slaughter house. Honey is packaged in several different size and style containers. Our honey is available by mail and is sold locally at several stores. For more information, prices and questions, please feel free to call, write or email us. We look forward to hearing from you!

Blue Fire Farm & MileStone Apiary, Jenny and Phil Stroh, 9777 Findlay Road, Farmersville Station NY 14060. (585) 689-0754.
E-mail: heritagemilknhoney@gmail.com


Blue Rooster Farm has found that healthy soils are the foundation for sustainable agricultural production of any kind. We are farming two small farms using beef cows and ewes as our primary soil building partners. We use no antibiotics, growth hormones, chemical wormers, pesticides, herbicides, or commercial fertilizers.

We seek to be good stewards of the Susquehanna River watershed in which we live and farm. Managing our grasslands for grass-nesting birds while protecting and improving the health of the streams, wetlands, shrubland, and forest habitats are as important to us as the health and productivity of our livestock.

For eight years we have been using line-bred Black Angus genetics from Sam Wylie's old-time purebred herd in Bedford County, PA. Our cattle are selected for their ability to thrive in a low-input environment. Sam's bulls have excelled at improving our cow herds' fertility, mothering ability, and efficiency at producing excellent quality beef with a minimum of fuss.

Our calves are slaughtered at between 18-24 months of age, and produce carcasses between 550 and 750 pounds, depending on the desired level of "finish." We sell most of our steer calves by the whole, half, or quarter and also try to keep an inventory of steaks, roasts, stew meat, beef sausage, minute steaks, short ribs, and extremely high quality ground beef on hand for retail sales.

Our ewe flock is line-bred to purebred North Country Cheviot rams. While not as prolific as many popular sheep breeds, we like their hardiness, excellent feet even under wet pasture conditions, mothering ability, and high quality lamb carcasses. Our lambs generally dress out between 40-55 pounds. Along with whole freezer lambs, we carry an inventory of delicious lamb sausage, chops, leg and shoulder roasts.

Our animals are processed at Prestige Meats, a family-owned, professionally-managed, custom processor in Huntingdon County and Benners Beef, a family-owned, USDA-inspected processor in Juniata County.

Call or email us for a current price list and more information.

Blue Rooster Farm, Roy Brubaker, 1499 Rt 35 S, East Waterford PA 17021. (717) 734-2082.
E-mail: royjulie@pa.net. Website: http://www.blueroosterfarm.com/


Breakaway Farms is located in beautiful northern Lancaster County. Our family farms are stewarded by the Thomas families with emphasis placed on soil health and multi-generational sustainability. Our heritage breed animals are raised without chemicals and artificial supplements.

Our beef is 100% grass fed and grass finished on our chemical free pastures. Our chickens, turkeys & pigs are pastured raised and supplemented with locally grown organic grains.

Give our premium meats a try and you'll agree, Breakaway Farms has the finest pastured meats available. Our pastured products are available at our on farm store as well as at many local farmer's markets, CSA's and buying clubs.

We welcome you to breakaway from the conventional fare and join the Grass Fed Revolution!

Breakaway Farms, Nathan Thomas, 1233 Mastersonville Road, Manheim PA17545. (717) 665-1133.
E-mail: info@breakawayfarms.net. Website: http://www.breakawayfarms.net.


Buck Run Farm is located in the hills of Chester County, 6 miles south of Coatesville. We are a grass and beef farm. We sell cattle for freezer beef and our premium retail products, Dr. Elkins' Angusburger and Bullybeef, which is ground sirloin frozen in one-pound Cryovac packages. All cuts except the tenderloins go into these premium products.

Angusburger is made from Angus steers raised from birth on our own pastures. The animals are not treated with hormones or antibiotics. We had our beef tested in Dr. Dhiman's lab at Utah State. It is consistently high in Omega-3 fatty acids and CLA. Manuscript available in Microsoft Word by e-mail.

Dr. Elkins' Angusburger, 3575 Doe Run Church Road, East Fallowfield PA 19320. (610) 486-0789.
E-mail: Elkins32@gmail.com Website:http://www.buckrunfarm.com/


Buckeye Highlands, owned by Max and Mary VanBuren, produces 100% grass-fed beef.

Our meadows have been certified organic since 2001, and the vast majority of our meat is certified organic. All of our cattle utilized for meat production are born and raised on our farm where we live.

Our herd of Scottish Highland cows (a breed noted for tender, lean meat) is located in Columbiana County, Ohio. We are about 7 miles from the Pennsylvania border, and about 35 miles west of the Pittsburgh airport. We can ship Next Day UPS to anywhere in the US. Please see our website for more details.

Buckeye Highlands, Max and Mary VanBuren, 43016 Buckeye Road, Lisbon OH 44432. Fax: (330) 482-0767.
E-mail: info@organicgrassfedbeef.com Website: http://www.organicgrassfedbeef.com


Buckland Farm is situated in Southern Bedford County, half an hour’s drive off Route 30 in Pennsylvania and Interstate 68 in Maryland. This scenic farm is home to pastured Tamworth cross pigs and the whole hog and hog-share pork into which they are made.

Buckland Farm’s Tamworth cross herds are born in a farrowing center on the home acres and then moved to woodland pasturage when they’re weaned. The sows also reside in fresh pasture while they gestate. Our pigs eat cull from our 2.5 acre, organically producing vegetable gardens. In addition, they receive a daily supplement of freshly ground and locally grown (though not organically certified) feed as well as produce seconds from a locally focused grocery store. In season (July through November) our hogs enjoy daily access to apples. The pastured pigs regularly receive sprouted acorns from October into January.

Our pork is called a revelation by all who taste it—including numerous ethical vegetarians who willingly delight in pork-based meals if the pork comes from our pigs.

We have a range of live-weight hogs: old sows (600 lbs), ‘lard’ pigs (325-450 lbs), standard commercial weight pigs (225-250 lbs) and smaller pigs for whole-hog roasts (40-125 lbs). The butcher at the local meat locker is a genius, and very reasonably priced. We’re happy to get you comfortable with the hog-share process.

To enjoy a Buckland Farm egg is to lose your pleasure in virtually any egg from anywhere else. Our chickens are guarded by a rooster. Our fully pastured flock roams very freely across the home acres, into the heirloom produce gardens and sometimes as far as the antique apple orchard or the heirloom cherry orchard.

Buckland Farm is only 2.5 hours drive from DC or Baltimore. It’s about the same drive time from Pittsburgh. Come and visit the farm to see ‘your’ pig on the hoof, you won’t be disappointed. You’re welcome to see our pigmanship practices in action at any time.

Contact us to make a reservation to possess yourself of premium fully–pastured Tamworth cross flesh. Our expert staff can bring you up to speed with recipes and techniques for homemade lard, bacon, sausages, and more! You’ll find there’s surprising value in using every part of the hogshare available to you.

Buckland Farm, Dan Ernest, 793 Morral Road, Clearville PA 15535. (814) 784-9956.
E-mail: buckland793@gmail.com. Website:http://www.bucklandfarmpa.com


Burns Angus Farm is raising 100% grass-fed Black Angus beef the old fashioned way. From birth to market we promote the welfare of our animals and the health of the land. We use the very best pasture grass, clover and alfalfa for our cattle to thrive and raise healthy calves, thus providing our family and friends like you with nutritious, tender, flavorful meat.

Because we care about you, we DO NOT use any grain, growth hormones, antibiotics, chemical additives, steroids or animal by-products. Because we care about our cattle, we DO rotate pastures, provide fresh water and free-choice natural minerals. Our calves are allowed to mature with their mothers until they are nine or ten months old and are then grazing contentedly with their peers.

Buy from Who You Know! Know What You Eat! Call or write us for personal service. Reserve your meat today. Prices are based on hanging weights and include your custom butcher cuts, wrapping and freezing. No hidden fees. Pick up in New WIlmington, PA.

"I will provide grass in the fields for your cattle, and you will eat and be satisfied." Deut. 11:15.

Burns Angus Farm, John and Audrene Burns, 101 Orchard Road, New Wilmington, PA 16142. (724) 946-3125.
E-mail: burnsangus@yahoo.com. Website: http://www.burnsangus.com.


Canter Hill Farm was founded in 2008 in our quest to raise healthy food that was fit for our family. We raise grass fed lamb and pastured poultry (chicken, turkey, duck and guinea hen) by practicing pasture rotation and avoiding all use of chemicals (no fertilizers, antibiotics, pesticides, etc.)

We offer our farm products to families, small local restaurants and buying groups via pickup on our farm and at the Bryn Mawr Farmer’s Market. We deliver in the nearby area.

We use organic practices (as described above), but have not sought certification. We process our own poultry, and allow families to be part of this process to see the humane way in which it is done.

Canter Hill Family Farm, Jeannette Grabe, 2138 Valley Hill Road, Malvern PA 19355. (610) 827-1594.
E-mail: canterhillfarm@verizon.net. Website: http://www.canterhillfarm.org.


Cedarland Farm is a small family farm in Southeast York county, Pennsylvania. We raise Icelandic sheep on pasture for custom meat and wool products. These sheep are a mountain breed, known for mild flavor and thriving on grass alone. We don't castrate and let the lambs wean naturally to reduce stress and keep gains high.

We believe in farming as naturally as possible, deworming only when needed and not on a regular schedule. By improving the land through intensive grazing and pasture rotation, we build up the fertility of the soil and with a balanced custom mineral/vitamin blend, our sheep are rarely in need of antibiotics.

There will be about 10 lambs available in late Summer/Fall 2009.

Reservations are first come, first served. You can expect 35-45 pounds hanging weight from these delicious lambs. Please contact Amanda to reserve your lamb and we'll arrange a butchering date with you. You can specify your cuts from our local custom butcher.

No shipping available, but farm visitors are welcome and individual cuts are for sale on farm. We also have fresh free-range eggs and vegetables available on a limited basis.

Cedarland Farm, Amanda and Alan Grace, 168 Slab Road, Delta PA 17314. (717) 862-3244.
E-mail: cedarlandfarm@verizon.net. Website: http://www.cedarlandfarm.com.


Clan Stewart Farm, one of Pennsylvania’s few remaining Bicentennial Farms, believes that producing fresh, nutritious, and healthy food and selling it locally is the best way to ensure a bountiful local food supply, protect the environment, and keep farmers on the land.

We raise vegetables without pesticides or herbicides and hormone- and antibiotic-free grass-fed poultry and beef on our 160-acre farm located about 18 miles south of State College in Central Pennsylvania. Our pastured Shorthorn beef, lamb, and pork is processed by an FDA-inspected butcher shop, quick frozen, and available by the pound. Also available at the farm are pasture-raised chickens through the summer months, heritage-breed turkeys at Thanksgiving and Christmas, and fresh brown eggs. We offer fresh vegetables from June through October.

We sell our vegetables, eggs, and meats at the Boalsburg Farmer's Market on Tuesday afternoons (2-6 pm), and at the Huntingdon Farmers Market on Thursday afternoon (12-6 pm). If you would like to purchase poultry, please order it ahead of time, and we will have it ready for you to pick up at the market.

We also offer our products through a Community Supported Agriculture Program (CSA). If you are interested in belonging to our CSA for the 2007 season, please call or e-mail us. Applications are available at our web site. The cost is $500 for the 20-week season and your share will be delivered to the Boalsburg Market. We are taking a limited number of members in 2007.

Clan Stewart Farm, Terry and Linda Moist, 5662 Wesley Chapel Road, Huntingdon, PA 16652 (814) 667-3852.
E-mail: info@clanstewartfarm.com. Website: http://www.clanstewartfarm.com.


Common Ground Organic Farm produces nutritious organic lamb, chicken, turkey, eggs and vegetables. Our Jacob and Finn sheep, angora goats and llama produce wool for sale. We are dedicated to the land, nurturing the soil, and acting as responsible stewards in our relationship with the earth and what it can provide.

Common Ground has 82 acres in the Appalachian Mountains of Central Pennsylvania, including mountainside pastures and natural wooded areas.

We work hard to build healthy soil, which is the foundation of our organic system. Cover crops, compost, mowing, rotation among livestock species and natural habitat form the basis of our pasture system. We do not use synthetic fertilizers.

Lambs are raised on 100% certified organic pasture and hay. They receive no grain and have access to pasture 24 hours a day, all year long. Turkeys and chickens sold as broilers are raised on free-range pasture. Hens producing eggs are on free-range pasture or in a large portable pen. In addition to pasture, all poultry eat 100% certified organic whole and ground grains. They also eat a lot of leftover organic vegetables! No antibiotics, parasite medications or hormones are used.

Please see our website for ordering information.

Common Ground Organic Farm, Leslie Zuck, 176 Zuck Road, Spring Mills PA 16875. (814) 364-9171.
E-mail: CommonGro@aol.com Website: www.commongroundfarm.com

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Coulter Farms lies quietly nestled between Shade Mountain and Tuscarora Mountain in Juniata County, midwayusda logo between Harrisburg and State College. We are proud producers of exceptional grass fed beef, lamb, pork, free-range eggs, raw milk cheeses from our own Certified Organic 100% Grassfed Jersey cows (up to 9 varieties), and honey.

Our family manages the rotational grazing of 120 acres of rolling multi-speciated pasture and 90 acres of productive hay fields (organic as of Fall, 2007). We practice a purely organic farming system, relying exclusively on biological systems to achieve excellence in our soils/pastures/harvested forage/animals. Rotational grazing, cover crops, composting of manure, no-tillage seeding and conservative crop rotations are used extensively. Only the cleanest water runs off our land. We have eliminated all chemical, synthetic, antibiotic inputs and strive to reduce fossil fuel use while making the best possible use of solar fuel.

Ruminant animals at Coulter Farms never taste any form of grain...only mother's milk, lush pasture and fermented hay. Our two-year-old steers (8-month-old lambs) are fully finished, giving ample marbling to the meat. This marbling produces the highest levels of CLA and Omega 3's (not to mention taste and tenderness) in the meat. Wintering beef over a second winter to an age of 24-26 months is time-consuming, but we feel you'll agree that it is well worth the wait.

Processing is handled humanely in a local, USDA certified abattoir. Two to three weeks aging results in the highest levels of taste and tenderness. The product is skillfully cut, flash-frozen and cryo-vac packed to maximize quality and longevity.

A walk-in freezer at our farm allows us to maintain some inventory of meat, but most animals are pre-ordered (you may come select your animal on the hoof' if you like). Beef is available in quarters (approximately 100 pounds), halves or whole animals.

We would appreciate the opportunity to provide your family with what is, we are confident, the best meat available in the grass-fed market. Call or email us for more information. If you come to see us, please remember to bring your kids and boots so we can show you around.

Coulter Farms, Kinley and Rebecca Coulter, 964 Price Road, Honey Grove, PA 17035. (717) 734-1072.
E-mail: Kinley@centurylink.net. Website: http://www.CoulterFarms.net


Country Lane Poultry raises free-range, grassfed, chickens, turkey, beef, and pork. No pesticides are used in growing our crops and no hormones are added to increase size.

We attend the indoor Redding Fairgrounds Farmers Market at 2935 North 5th Street in Redding on Thursdays, from 8-7; Fridays from 8-8; and Saturdays from 8-4.

Please give a call if you have any further questions.

Country Lane Poultry, Norman and Donna Stoltzfoos, 130 Pine View Drive, Denver, PA. 17517. (717) 336-1955. E-mail: countrylanepoultry@gmail.com.


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Cowberry Crossing Farm is a Certified Organic (by Stellar) and Certified Biodynamic (by Demeter) small family farm located in Claverack, New York. The Harrisons are committed to local, humane, sustainable farming. They have a large and varied vegetable garden. Animals found on the farm include chickens, ducks, turkeys, rabbits, sheep, pigs, cows, horses, and bees. All are fed exclusively on organic feed and spend their days roaming freely on the farm.

Our beef is grass fed and grass FINISHED. A closed herd combined with sound, natural farming practices keeps our beef happy and healthy—no need for wormers, hormones, or antibiotics.

In sync with our own standards, our butcher is Certified Organic (by NOFA) and Certified Humane (by Animal Welfare Approved) and located within a half hour drive from the farm, greatly reducing the stress of long-distance travel on our animals.

Other farm products include vegetables, herbs, sunflowers, eggs, chicken, lamb, pork, and raw wool fleeces. All products can be obtained from the farm or from our farm stands located at our farmers markets in Pleasantville or Hastings-on-Hudson, NY.

Summer Outdoor Markets:
Pleasantville, NY Train Station: 8:30–1, Saturdays, Memorial Day– Christmas;
Hastings-on-Hudson, NY Library Parking: Lot: 8:30–1:30, 1-2x/month Saturdays, June – Thanksgiving

Winter Indoor Markets:
Pleasantville Middle School: 9–1, Saturdays, January – May;
Hastings-on-Hudson Community Center: 9–1, 2nd and/or 4th Saturdays, December – May

Cowberry Crossing Farm, Richard & Cecile Harrison, 55 Wenzels Lane, Hudson NY 12534. (518) 828-2682.
E-mail: cowberrycrossingfarm@gmail.com. Website: http://www.cowberrycrossingfarm.com.


Cranberry Creek Farm is an all-natural, non-gmo farm in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. We raise nubian and saanen dairy goats in the forest where they browse on wild plants and shrubs throughout the day. At milking time we bring them in to have a small snack (about a cup per 50 pounds of body weight) of non-gmo grains.

We strive to produce the most nutritious and nutrient dense foods that nature will allow. With rotational grazing, using trace minerals to enhance soil fertility, and using cover crops to enhance organic matter and nutrients in the soil we are able to bring the most delicious foods to the table for our customers. We produce raw goats milk, fresh and aged raw goats milk cheeses, pastured/forest raised/ goat milk fed berkshire pork, pasture raised broilers, and-free range eggs. We also grow all natural heirloom vegetables.

We are located near northern NJ and southern NY, two hours from NYC and PHL.

Cranberry Creek Farm, Jeffrey Henry, 1195 Henry Crossing Road, Cresco PA 18326. (570) 595-7748.
E-mail: henryhomestead@hotmail.com.


Deep Springs Farm is located in Montgomery County. We raise Brown Egg Layers. Our happy chickens are outside on pasture as much as they desire, and are fed only all natural fresh ground feed. No hormones, No antibotics.

Large brown Eggs are $3.00/dozen and medium brown Eggs are $2.00/dozen.

Our Sister Farm, Willow Springs Farm, is located in Chester County. In the spring and fall months we raise pastured chickens in mobile pens which move daily to fresh grass. We also sell Angus beef in quarters, half or whole steer, custom butchered.
No shipping available. Please call or email for prices and availability.

Deep Springs Farm, Melody Kolb, 443 Stover Road Harleysville PA 19438. (215) 256-9720 or (267) 664-4921.
Willow Springs Farm, Spring City PA, (610) 804-3874 or (267) 664-4921.
E-mail for both farms: bmkolb10@gmail.com


DK Farms is a small family-run operation with primarily Angus beef cows.

Our cows are raised naturally in a stress-free environment on rotated pastures. They.are raised and finished from birth on our own farm. We are committed to producing quality grass-fed beef that aren't raised with any hormones or grain.

We sell our beef by wholes, halves or quarters. Choose from any number of cuts or just plain hamburger.

Our farm is located in the mountains of western Maryland, only 10 minutes from Interstate 68 and Deep Creek Lake. If you have any questions or want more information, please feel free to call or e-mail.

DK Farms, Danny Kauffman, 79 Hidden Meadow Lane, Swanton MD 21561. (301) 245-4545.
E-mail: jcoughman@rocketmail.com.


Dutch Meadows Organic Dairy - See Spring Water Farm (below)


Eden View Organics... When God created The Garden of Eden there were no artificial stimulants, pesticides, or genetically altered crops. God's creation was perfectly natural – the original organic garden! At Eden View Organics, our goal is to create and sustain an all-natural selection of poultry products and produce.

Eggs are available year round at $2.50 a dozen, and we will be taking orders for roasters 5 times a year at a cost of $2.35 per pound dressed weight. Vegetable crops will rotate with the growing season. A variety of leafy greens, onions, and rhubarb will be available in the spring, followed by beans, beets, kohlrabi, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, eggplant, carrots, tomatoes, peppers, collards, garlic, and more.

Eden View Organics is nestled near the Appalachian and Tussey Mountains, located on a parcel of a fourth generation family farm in the village of Warriors Mark, Huntingdon County. Our landscaped gardens invite you to step away from the rush of everyday life and soak in the majesty of creation. Perennials from our gardens are available for purchase.

We are located on Route 350 between Warriors Mark and Seven Stars. Eden View Organics Market is open daily dawn to dusk, closed Sundays. Our products are also found in the Everything Natural Store in the Pleasant Valley Shopping Center in Altoona, PA.

Eden View Organics, Eric and Cindy Noel, 4707 Warriors Mark Path, Tyrone PA 16686. (814) 632-8589.
E-mail: edenvieworganics@aol.com.


Evermore Farm is a small, family owned and operated livestock and produce farm. We are located in Westminster, MD with easy access from Baltimore, MD; Washington, DC; Frederick, MD; and south-central Pennsylvania. Although we are not certified organic, we run our farm in a sustainable manner. We support local food systems, better stewardship of our land, and raising animals with respect. We offer seasonal shares of our produce, meats, poultry and eggs.

We raise fork-tender Dexter/Belted Galloway beef cattle, wonderfully mild tasting Katahdin lambs, and flavorful heritage and Berkshire hogs. We have fresh eggs from Rhode Island Reds and produce free-range broilers March-November. We promote an intelligent husbandry that supports a more sustainable farming and food system. Our lambs and beef are grass-fed and all our animals are raised hormone, antibiotic, and steroid free.

We follow natural sustainable farming practices, including rotational grazing. Grazing on open pasture helps with the general health of the animals: they get exercise, absorb sunshine, and breathe fresh air. They seem happier that way, and we are, too.

All of our meat is USDA inspected for quality. You have several options when purchasing our meats and poultry for your freezer. Multi-Season CSA meat, poultry and egg shares available. Check our website for price and availability.

We are a small family farm, so quantities are limited. Please call or email with any questions.

Evermore Farm, Ginger Myers, 150 Rockland Road, Westminster MD 21158. (443) 398-6548.
E-mail: ginger@evermorefarm.com. Website: http://www.evermorefarm.com.


Fairview Fruit Farm strives to use natural farming methods that benefit the health of our customers, our livestock and the land on which we live. We offer grass fed beef, free-range poultry, and pasture-raised pork, as well as fresh produce and numerous other products.

Our calves and steer are strictly grass fed and are not given any grains. Our veal calves have free choice of their own mother’s milk and grass, which does lead to a redder meat than store bought veal (they are not given access to any grass). Meats from our grass fed cows are very nutritious and have far more vitamins, minerals and healthy fats than meats from grain fed cattle.

Our poultry comes from chickens that have free access to pasture, fresh water and fresh air. They are not confined to a chicken house or cages or fed antibiotics. They roam freely around the pasture surrounding our portable chicken coop where they roost at night.

Our pigs are raised on pasture just like our other animals. They freely roam our orchard where they eat fallen fruits, as well as food scraps that we provide them. Our bacon and hams are nitrate free.

Since 2009, the farm began the transition to natural farming methods and minimize our use of chemicals. We became interested in natural farming through reading some books written by Joel Salatin. We do our best to keep our prices reasonable, so that our customers can afford the nutritious, wholesome food that natural farming provides.

Fairview Fruit Farm, Menno S. Beiler, 96-A Paradise Lane, Ronks PA 17572. (717) 687-5609.
E-mail: fairviewfruitfarm@gmail.com. Webste: http://www.fairviewfruitfarm.com.


Farmstead Fresh, Inc. My names is Eldore Hanni. I was born and raised in the cheese business in Wisconsin. Over a period of 50 years, I established several large cheese factories.

About 5 years ago, I repented of making cheese from force fed dairy animal milk. I now only work with sustainable agriculture family dairy farms who only feed their cows grass, hay, and sprouts. I help them build miniature cheese making facilities on their farms and train them in making fome of the world's most delicious and nutritious health producing grass fed raw milk cheese products.

We ship these products across the nation under our Farmstead cheese label. We welcome wholesale orders of 20 pounds or more. All buying clubs qualify for wholesale shipments.

Farmstead Fesh, Inc., Eldore Hanni, 7171 County Line Road, Winfield PA 17889. (800) 780-7303.
E-mail: FarmsteadFresh@aol.com. Website:http://www.farmsteadfresh.com.


Footprints Farm is a sustainably designed - diversified - family farm that grows premium quality meats, vegetables and herbs using natural and traditional farming methods. Our team raises pastured broilers (chickens), pastured turkeys, pastured pork, all grass lamb, all grass beef and natural eggs allowing the animals footprints and presence to improve the health of the land. We grow many specialty vegetables, flowers and herbs including heirloom, micro, and garnish varieties.

Our products are available at the farm, at several southwest PA buying clubs and by special pre-order. Pre-ordering in late February allows us to custom grow to meet your special dietary needs. We also offer biweekly delivery of fresh products to local restaurants in our farm to table program.

HEALTHY LAND HEALTHY FOOD HEALTHY PEOPLE

Footprints Farm, Jeremy and Ellen Swartzfager, 184 McClellan Lane, Gibbon Glade PA 15440. (724) 329-8254.
E-mail: footprintsfarm4u@gmail.com. Website: http://footprintsfarm.com.


Forks Farm supplies pasture-finished beef, pastured pork, grass-finished lamb, and pastured chickens and turkeys for over 100 families.

Our beef is from prime, young Angus/Hereford cattle that are allowed to grow naturally on protein-rich forage. The beef is available in wholes, halves, and quarters. Order enough to get you through the year.

Chickens are available in the summer months.

Turkeys are available in early November.

Lambs are processed in September and beef are available from mid October until early November.

Join us for our market season—lots of vendors, music, food, and fun! June-October, 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month, 10am–3pm.

Forks Farm, The Hopkins Family, 229 Covered Bridge Road, Orangeville PA 17859. (570) 683-5820.
E-mail: Forks@epix.net. Website: http:www.forksfarmmarket.com
Blog: http://www.forksfarm.blogspot.com/. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Forks-Farm/362315408867?ref=ts. Follow us on Twitter under: ForksFarm


Glasbern is a Country Inn located on 100 acres of Pennsylvania farmland. We raise our animals—Scottish Highland Beef Cattle, Yorkshire Pigs, Katahdin Sheep, Cornish Cross Broilers, Pekin Ducks and Turkeys—primarily for our inn’s restaurant, but frequently have cuts available for our guests and the public. We also sell brown eggs.

Our animal operation employs natural, healthy organic practices, however we purchase some hay from off our farm for winter feed.

Glasbern, Mr. Al Granger, 2141 Packhouse Road, Fogelsville PA 18051. (610) 285-4723.
E-mail: innkeeper@glasbern.com. Website: http://www.glasbernfarm.com.


Golden Hill Farms goes to grass finished beef.

For over 25 years we at Golden Hill Farms, in northwest Pennsylvania, have been producing and selling top quality show cattle, with the remaining calves being sold to feedlots for grain finishing. Since we are a grass and hay farm, this year we decided to keep 30 of our top feeders to finish on grass.

This year the grass finished cattle will have an average dressed weight of 600–700 pounds. They will only be sold by the half (300–350 pounds).

Golden Hill Farms is about 40 miles south of Erie, 80 miles north of Pittsburgh, and about 2 hours from both Cleveland and Buffalo. We are 4 miles east of I-79 off exit 141.

We would also like to send a special invitation to come and visit us at anytime. Please call ahead to be sure we can devote some time to you—we love visitors.

Golden Hill Farms, Bob and Saundra Rose, 20405 Lauderbaugh Road, Cochranton, PA 16314. (814) 425-7063 or (814) 720-5864.
E-mail: info@goldenhillfarms.com. Website: http://www.goldenhillfarms.com.


Grand View Farm is a multispeciated, pasture-based farm that is focused on organically grown, local food that is produced in a way that simultaneously heals the land. Our customers come out to enjoy the farm and purchase their beef, pork, chicken and eggs from our on-farm store.

Our grass fed only cattle are rotated around the pastures followed by our egg layer chickens in a symbiotic, soil-building relationship that mimics nature. The pigs inhabit the wooded areas and pastures of the farm, adding an important element to its multispeciated aspects. Rotated like the cattle and chickens, these pigs lightly disturb the woodland floor, trim the brush and fertilize the ground. The broiler chickens are in floor-less "chicken tractors" that are lined up across the pastures and moved daily to a fresh patch of grass. The broilers arrive on the farm as day-old peeps, live their lives outdoors in clean, healthy environments until they are culled here on the farm.

Grocery Stores: The Nut Farm, 2360 W Joppa Rd, Lutherville, MD.; Gunpowder Bison & Trading Company, 1270 Monkton Rd. Monkton, MD.; and Chesapeake's Bounty, 6415 St Leonard Rd, St Leonard, MD.

Restaurants: Poulet, 2346 W Joppa Rd, Timonium, MD.; Shoo-Fly Diner, 510 E. Belvedere Ave. Baltimore, MD; 13.5% WIne Bar, 1117 W 36th St. Baltimore, MD.

Buying Clubs: Friends & Farms, 9305 Gerwig Lane, Suite S. Columbia, MD 21046; Hometown Harvest, 4635 Wedgewood Blvd, Suite #101. Frederick, MD 21703.

Grand View Farm, Nick Bailey, 1939 High Point Road, Forest Hill, MD 21050. (410) 937-2221.
E-mail: nick@grandviewfarming.com. Website: http://www.grandviewfarming.com


Grass Valley Dairy is a raw milk licensed farm in southeastern Lancaster County.

We are a family-operated grass farm striving to provide you, the health-conscious consumer, with the best tasting raw 100% grassfed dairy products you can find. In addition to dairy we also offer 100% grassfed beef, soy-free pastured poultry products, and milkfed pork.

During the green season the cattle and chickens are rotated on pasture that receives no commercial fertilizer, while the hogs "live it up" in wooded lots, doing what they do best, rooting up acorns and roots while also having access to skim milk and GMO-free shelled corn.

To schedule a visit to the farm or for a current product and price list please call.

Grass Valley Dairy, Melvin and Sadie Mae Stolzfus, 199 Brick Mill Road, Christiana PA 17509. (610) 593-2811.


Grazy Days Ranch is a 153-acre ranch located in New Galilee, PA. We currently are producing 100% grassfed beef and goat meat and will soon be taking orders for our summer production of ducks, turkeys and hogs. We are conveniently located between Pittsburgh and Cleveland in close proximity to the PA Turnpike.

Please contact us with any questions or requests. Order forms are now available.

Grazy Days Ranch, John Lamb, 827 Moravia Road, New Galilee PA 16141. (724) 336-3730.
E-mail: LSJT@comcast.net. Website: http://www.grazydaysranch.net or http://www.grazydaysranch.org.


Green Alchemy Farm is a PCO-Certified (Pennsylvania Certified Organic) Organic farm located in beautiful rural Berks County Pennsylvania. The farm is unique in that we generate all our own electricity with 14 Kilowatts of Pure Solar energy, farm with tractors powered by bio fuels grown from our organic oil-seed sunflowers, and pump water for our pastured cattle from a hydro turbine.

We offer grass-fed organic BEEF from our full-blood Limousin herd and customers can purchase meat year-round on the hoof or after being butchered at our certified organic butcher. The beef is hung for 3 weeks to allow proper curing to enable an ultra-tender, delicious taste unparalleled in the local market. We market our meat in packaged cuts at Silver Maple Veterinary in Kutztown, Pennsylvania. Customers can purchase by the package,1/8, 1/4, 1/2, or whole.

We also offer Pure 100% Organic sunflower oil in a 500 ml. corked/waxed bottle. The sunflowers are grown and sun ripened on our farm and seeds are pressed on site by our own Taby-oil press. The Sunflower oil is healthy and tasty, having a nutty flavor that will please the palate. Hot pepper/garlic oil will also be available. The sunflower oil can be shipped or picked-up at Silver Maple Veterinary Clinic in Kutztown.

Finally, we offer goat-milk, sunflower-oil soap scented by a variety of natural fragrances. The soaps are hand made by Emma Yoder, an expert in the trade. She will also offer a whole line of superb lip balms that will soothe your lips from any harsh weather that comes your way. Soaps and lip balms are marketed at Silver Maple Vet Clinic or can be purchased on-line and mailed directly to you.

Green Alchemy Farm, Samuel Yoder, 1375 Saucony Road, Kutztown PA 19530. (610) 683-3882.
E-mail: greenalchemyfarm@gmail.com. Website: http://www.greenalchemyfarm.com.


Green Ridge Acres is located in the heart of Lancaster County, PA, about 2 miles north of the town of Intercourse.

Our farm offers fresh, all natural pastured chickens and turkeys raised in movable pens that are moved daily for a clean paddock. We process them by hand, on farm, to ensure a clean food. The laying hens are free-range and follow the dairy cows. Our cows are grass-fed Jersey and give delicious, creamy milk. We sell raw milk and cheese.

Our animals do not receive any synthetic hormones or antibiotics. We strive for well-balanced mineral-rich soils using only natural amendments, including compost.

Visit our farmers market booth in Harrisburg for a good line of natural bulk foods, grassfed beef, chicken, turkey, duck and dairy foods.

Green Ridge Acres, David and Ruthy Lapp, 3752 Yost Road, Gordonville PA 17529. (717) 354-7082.


Harvest Home Meats raises 100% Grass-Fed Beef. Harvest Home Meats' goal is to work with nature to provide consistent high-quality, grass-fed beef to our customers. We don’t use chemical fertilizers, insecticides, or herbicides on our pastures. Our cattle never receive growth hormones or antibiotics. Our cattle are not fed grain or concentrates and are on pasture throughout the growing season. We are proud to say that we were the 2008 PASA Grass-Fed Beef Cook-off Champions!

Our herd is located on our family farms, Sunny Hillside Farms and Harvest Home Farms, located in the northeast corner of Northampton County PA, Upper Mount Bethel Township. We are just minutes from the Lehigh Valley, Poconos and NJ and approximately 1 hour from Philadelphia and New York City.

Currently we offer mixed quarters, halves, wholes or select cuts. It can be picked up or delivery can be arranged. The cost is based on the hanging weight. Hanging carcass weight is approximately 575 pounds. Please contact us for prices/info and how to order. You can also check out our website for details and see a list of stores that carry our beef.

Harvest Home Meats, Richard DiFebo or Dohl DiFebo, 390 Harvest Lane, Bangor PA 18013. (610) 599-9074.
E-mail: info@harvesthomemeats.com. Website: http://www.harvesthomemeats.com.

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Hearts Content Farm is a 110 acre organic farm located 25 miles east of Pittsburgh in Westmoreland County. We have grass fed Barbados X Dorper lambs and ewes available. Both breeds are excellent grazers and browsers and are also of excellent meat quality. The ewes have strong maternal characteristics and are capable of lambing on pasture and adapting to different climates. Our open field and naturally wooded pastures are a perfect match for our hair breeds of sheep that originated in South Africa.

We prefer to sell whole lambs and on average carcasses have been weighing 40-65 pounds. They are available from September to December, so order enough to get through the year. Please pre-order to allow us some time to accommodate your needs. Also, tanning of sheep hides is available upon request. If you have any questions please feel free to email us.

Hearts Content Farm, Randy Hawkey, 552 Koontz Road, New Alexandria PA 15670.
E-mail: randy.hawkey@gmail.com.


Heather Ridge Creamery is located in beautiful Tioga County near the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon. Our small family farm makes cheese from the milk of our prize winning Holstein and Jersey cows.

As today's farms become larger commercial operations, we looked for a way to keep a small farm where our animals could receive the best of care, and we could have the satisfaction of bringing a quality dairy product direct from our family to yours. Our Canyon Country Cheeses are made here from start to finish! Clean, comfortable cows are fed a diet of the best hay and grain Jim can find. They graze the quiet pastures on our farm and lounge under the fans if they get too hot. What a life!

We believe the final product is only as good as what goes into it. Our raw milk cheese is made from only high quality milk, salt, cultures and enzymes. Its taste will reflect the quality and care that goes into all we do. No factories here!

Heather Ridge Creamery, Jim and Miffie Kahler, RR2, Box 454A, Wellsboro PA 16901. (570) 723-1026.
E-mail: jimmyk@quik.com


Hepler Meats is located in northwest PA just 8 miles from exit 45 on RT 80, 1-1/2 hours from either Pittsburgh or Erie.

Hepler Meats are dedicated to providing 100% grass fattened beef at an affordable price. We've been in the beef business for over 20 years and in the butchering business for 15 years. While we've always produced all natural beef fattened on grain, every year we have sold 100% grass fed beef to a few interested customers. Now we have dedicated an entire herd to sell as grass fed beef.

We will have approximately forty head ready for slaughter beginning in mid-June to early July. We will only be offering the 100% grass fed beef at this time due to the dramatic decline in the quality of the pasture in late summer. The animals will all be under 24 months of age and should grade in the choice range, although leaner beef is available if requested. The beef are raised without artificial hormones, antibiotic vaccines, non protein nitrogen, or undue stress.

When you order beef from us you will not only be dealing with the farmer but also the butcher for an added convenience. The price is $3.00 per pound (hanging weight) for 1/2 a grass fed beef; a hind quarter is $3.25 per pound, and a front quarter is $2.85 per pound. Prices include cut, wrap and freeze.

Hepler Meats, Monica Hepler, 5696 Route 38, Emlenton PA 16373. (814) 498-2813.
E-mail: monica.hepler@yahoo.com.


Heritage Farm is a a multi-generational, pasture-based, beyond organic farm in North Central PA. offering beef, chicken, turkey, eggs, pork and fruits and vegetables.

The farm was founded by my husband’s parents with a sincere heart’s desire to bring glory and honor to God in everything they do. They began Heritage Farm in 1991 and it has expanded to where it is today. We fully believe that we are to be good stewards of all that God has given us, from the money we have, to the land we tend, to the animals we raise.

All our practices are modeled after the way God intended them to be. Some examples: beef cattle raised on grass only, laying chickens free to graze on large areas of pasture. Our pork and broiler chickens are raised in the same manner, and our garden and orchard are tended to in the most organic natural practices.

We currently weekly market our items at our on farm store and to about 11 different restaurants in Pittsburgh and one Grocery Cooperative on the East Side. In addition, we distribute an Email Mailing List that allows you to place orders and meet us at specified locations, including Pittsburgh, to pick up your items. Email us or visit our website for more information.

Heritage Farm, Pete, Tara, Linda and Greg Burns, 28235 Lake City Road, Ridgway, PA 15853. (814) 772-0210.
E-mail: pete@burnsheritagefarm.com. Website: http://www.burnsheritagefarm.com


Hidden Spring Farm is a family run operation, in Lebanon County, PA, specializing in 100% grass fed beef and pastured poultry. We also produce sweet corn and pumpkins during the growing season.

Our beef herd consists of angus/limousin cattle which are raised on grass/legume pastures here at the farm, from birth to finish. The herd is rotationally grazed, given a new paddock at least once daily and offered free choice kelp and salt. At no time do our cattle receive any grain or growth hormones of any kind. During the winter months they are fed hay and baleage, which we raise on our farm.

The chickens we raise are the cornish cross breed. Their diet consists of supplemental grains, plenty of fresh green grass, and any insects they can find. They're allowed to express their natural pecking and scratching instincts in the open-floor housing units we keep them in. No hormones or growth stimulates are given at any time. The portable housing units are moved once a day to ensure fresh forage and a clean environment for the birds.

Beef and chicken must be preordered and picked up at the farm. Chickens can be ordered live or dressed. Beef can be ordered in eighths, quarters, halves, or whole animals. It is processed in a USDA inspected facility and is dry aged for 14 days. This ensures tenderness and enhances flavor. Please call for pricing and availability.

Hidden Spring Farm, Eric & Kristen Fetter, 440 State Route 897 East, Newmanstown PA 17073. (717) 949-3969.
E-mail: ekfetter10@hotmail.com.


Inverbrook Farm is a sustainable family farm with a commitment to environmental stewardship, strengthening community and an enjoyable livelihood. We are located in the rolling hills of Chester County, PA, not far from Longwood Gardens.

Our products include the meat and eggs from pasture-raised chickens, whose feed includes the pasture grasses and insects they love as well as an organic grain-based ration rich in vitamins and trace minerals. Our chickens are never given antibiotics or hormones. We also grow a variety of delicious vegetables without the use of chemical pesticides or fertilizers.

Inverbrook Farm, 345 Lamborntown Road, West Grove PA 19390. Fax: (610) 869-4403.
E-mail: inverfarm@aol.com


The Jennings Farm is located in Medford NJ which is 20 minutes from Cherry Hill, NJ and 45 minutes from Philadelphia PA. The farm has been in our family for four generations and was preserved from development by the SADC of New Jersey.

The Jennings Farm herd consists primarily of Herefords and a Hereford-Angus cross fondly called “Baldies,” because of their white faces. Our animals are free to roam year round and are never penned up, however shelter is available to them during inclement weather. Our animals live stress-free happy lives and enjoy the tranquility our rural 100-acre farm. During warmer times of the year and weather dependent (rainfall, drought, temperature) we use rotational grazing to allow rest periods for the pastures to promote healthy re-growth of their grasses. The pastures in return give back healthy nutritious forage for our animals. To round out their diets, our herd has access trace element salt and kelp. During the winter we add hay to their dormant season grazing but they are never fed corn or grain nor are they given antibiotics or hormones. This past fall several of our pastures were over seeded to not only increase forage diversity but to add increased density as well.

We do not have organic certification but do our best to abide by the standards embraced by the organic process. Future plans include applying for humane animal certification.

Our USDA beef is processed by Bringhurst Meats in Berlin NJ which has been Animal Welfare Approved.

Our beef products may be purchased:

1) From the farm directly, by appointment only, 40 Jennings Rd, Medford, NJ 08055

2) At the Philadelphia Food Trust's Overbrook Farms Farmers Market on second and fourth Saturdays of every month, from 9 am–1pm in the parking lot of Overbrook Presbyterian Church, located on Lancaster Avenue at 6376 City Ave, Philadelphia PA, and the Food Trust’s Fitler Square Farmer’s Market, 23rd and Pine Street, Philadelphia PA, every first, third and fifth Saturday of the month and is open year round. http://www.thefoodtrust.org/

3) On Sundays, 10am–2pm, at The Medford Farmer’s Market, located in the parking lot of Kirby’s Brothers’ Feed Store on Main Street (Route 541), Medford, NJ 08055.

Available for purchase: Ground Beef, Tenderloin, Sirloin, Rib Eye, Strip, London Broil, Flat Iron, Chuck Eye, and Sandwich (Chip Steaks), as well as roasts, soup bones and liver. Check our website for current availability or call to order any special cuts.

The Jennings Farm, Mary Beth Melton, 40 Jennings Road, Medford NJ 08055. (609) 790-6044.
E-mail: mltn_mrybth@yahoo.com. Website: http://www.thejenningsfarm.com.


The JK Farm is located in the rolling hills of Fayette County. We are a grass-fed grass finished beef and lamb farm. We sell beef by the whole, half, and quarter, as well as USDA inspected pieces, and packages.

We offer whole/half/quarters, as well as USDA processed products by the piece. Please contact us for current pricing information.

The beef we raise is Angus-cross steers raised and finished from birth on our own pastures. The animals are not treated with hormones or antibiotics.

We provide weekly drop-off at The Black Rock Center for the Arts in Germantown, MD. or meat is available for pick up by appointment at the farm.

The JK Farm, Jeff and Karen Graham, 322 Gilmore Road, Uniontown PA 15401. (724) 569-1021.
E-mail: thejkfarm@yahoo.com. Website: http://www.thejkfarm.com.


Kookaburra Farm has its roots in raising healthy, organic food. What began as a small market vegetable and grass fed lamb operation in the hills of New England in 1998—has matured into a multi-generational family farm in the Susquehanna Valley of Pennsylvania.

We strive to offer 100% grass fed, nutrient dense beef raised on organically managed pastures, stored forages, minerals and well water. The key to our management system is minimizing stress in every aspect of our animals' lives.

Our cattle are processed at a family run USDA facility where they are dry aged, cryovac sealed, and blast frozen. We strive to finish mature, well fattened animals. Our beef brings a juicy, flavorful eating experience full of the good fats that grass fed beef has to offer.

We sell 40-pound 'Family Packs' that consist of 50% ground beef–50% steaks and roasts. We also sell our ground beef and other excellent cuts separate from our Family Packs. We sell beef at our farm and deliver to buying groups in local PA, MD and DE counties.

Kookaburra Farm, Matt Rulevich, 11844 Gum Tree Road, Brogue, PA 17309. (717) 927-6654.
E-mail: mail@kookaburrafarm.comt Website: http://www.kookaburrafarm.com.


Landisdale Farm is located in northern Lebanon county. Here we raise certified organic vegetables and 100% grass-fed beef on 110 acres.

Our animals receive grass, grass, and more grass....NO GRAIN. We do not use any growth hormones or antibiotics. Our quality beef is all vacuum packed to ensure freshness and is sold on the farm by the individual cut, and/or by the quarter or half. Delivery and shipping are both available.

We take orders year round; but we need a month's notice on orders for quarters and halves. We also sell at the following Farmers Markets: Clark Park (PHILA.) on Thursdays from 3 – 7 PM; Chestnut Hill (PHILA.) Saturdays 9:30 AM – 1:30 PM; and Glenside (Montgomery County) Saturday 9 AM – 1 PM.

We sell organic raw milk cheeses including Colby, Monterey Jack, Baby Swiss, Sharp Cheddar, and Cheddar. Also we take orders for raw milk available year-round.

For your convenience we now accept Master Card and Visa!

Landisdale Farm, Daniel Landis, 838 Ono Road, Jonestown PA 17038. (717) 865-6220.
E-mail: landisdalefarm@juno.com. Website: http://www.landisdalefarm.com.


Lil' Ponderosa Enterprises have a closed herd of purebred black angus cattle on a 350-acre owned and rented family farm. We are feeding grass via MIG Managed Intensive Grazing. Our farm and family have earned both local and national awards, including the 2001 Grassland and Forage Council Conservation Farmer Award, the 2003 PA Cattlemen's Association Environmental Stewardship, the 2005 National Cattlemen's Beef Association Stewardship Award, Denver, CO., and the 2011 Conservation Farmer of the Year, Cumberland County Conservation District.

Our cows are never fed grain. We do not use hormones, implants, or any artificial feed. No animal by-products are used. We grow all of our own feed. Grass and legumes 60/40 ratio fed as dry hay and haylege. We offer freezer beef in any quantity and also free-range chickens.

Lil' Ponderosa Enterprises, R.C. (Bob) Boyce, 44 Ponderosa Road, Carlisle PA 17013. (717) 245-2820.
E-mail: bobboyce@pa.net Website: http://www.lilponderosabeef.com


Locustbrae is a family owned and operated grass farm selling, since 1978, the highest quality pasture-raised beef. Our goal is to bring healthy, flavorful beef to our customers in the Northeast while maintaining a self-sufficient, ecologically sensible operation committed to perfection.

The Scottish Highland breed has proven to be exceptionally well suited to transform our lush Western New York grasses into beef the way nature intended. We feel that by being stewards of these cattle while allowing them to be the natural stewards of their grassland has made Locustbrae an efficient, sustainable provider of high quality beef and breeding stock.

Highlands are smaller, slower-developing cattle than most commercial breeds and are listed as “Recovering” by the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy. Long, heavy hair and a thick skin give them the ability to weather harsh winters without developing excess body fat. The result is a lightly marbled, low fat, low cholesterol beef. Locustbrae Highlands spend their lives on lush pasture foraging on clover, orchard grass, trefoil and other native grasses. They also prefer a higher portion of “browse” (brush and weeds) than most breeds, minimizing the need for pasture mowing.

Healthy food is good for the body and good for the land. Grass fed cattle effectively transfer natural forages into nutritious beef without the need for environmentally costly antibiotics, pesticides, or chemically grown feeds. Cattle are finished on pasture grasses and harvested seasonally, in harmony with the nutrition that Mother Nature provides.

All Locustbrae beef is cut and packed at a locally owned and operated, USDA certified facility providing custom dry-aging, and vacuum packaging.

Locustbrae Farm Scottish Highland beef can be purchased in quantities large or small and shipping can be arranged within a 100 mile radius of Alfred, NY. We are located just 15 miles from the New York/Pennsylvania border.

Locustbrae Farm, Fion and Kimberly MacCrea, 6404 Sherman Road, Alfred Station NY 14803. (607) 661-7515.
E-mail: locustbrae@gmail.com. Website: http://www.locustbrae.com


Martin's Twin Brook Farm is a small all natural farm in south central Pennsylvania. We raise Scotch Highland cross cattle for beef. We feed only pasture grass, hay, and a mineralized salt block. No antibiotics nor hormones are used. We use no chemical fertilizers nor herbicides on the pasture. Beef is sold by the mixed quarter and must be picked up at a local butcher, usually in July or October. Supply is very limited. We will take your name and call you for order confirmation a few weeks before the beef is ready to be picked up.

We also have very limited quantities of emu meat from free-range emus raised on the same pastures described above. No antibiotics nor hormones are used. Emu meat is a red meat that looks and tastes very much like beef, is high in iron, and has about the same fat content as turkey. We sell emu by the half or whole bird. A whole bird usually yields 50 to 80 pounds of meat with no bones.

Very limited quantities of fertile, free-range brown chicken eggs (no hormones nor antibiotics) are also available from the same pastures used by the cattle and emus.

Martin's Twin Brook Farm, 355 Kreutz Creek Road, York PA 17406. (717) 840-4184.
E-mail: caretaker@twinbrookfarm.com Website: http://www.twinbrookfarm.com

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Mary's Delight Farm is an 88-acre certified organic farm located in the Catoctin Mountains 30 minutes north of Frederick and about a mile south of the Pennsylvania-Maryland state line. The farm has been managed organically since 1988. Our goal is to provide clean air, fresh water and green grass to our animals to make them healthy. We use rotational grazing, cover crops, buffer zones, no till and many other practices to improve the soil. This has helped us improve our animals as well as the abundant wildlife around.

All of the lamb comes from sheep at the farm. We have about 60 ewes that lamb between January and March. Our lamb is raised on pastures and hay from the farm. They are raised organic but we do not have a certified organic processor nearby.

We recently added steers to the farm to have a multi species rotation. They are purchased from a reputable grass farm and are never fed grain. They do very well on the farm. Visitors are always welcome but please set up an appointment so we can answer any questions you may have.

Mary's Delight Farm, Contact person: Rich, 17429 Harbaugh Valley Road, Sabillasville MD 21780. (301) 416-4722 (barn).
E-mail: douglaswetzel@comcast.net. Website: http://www.marysdelight.com.


Meadow Mountain Farm – Our family raises All Natural, Grass-Fed, Black Angus beef on 40 acres of pasture on Meadow Mountain Farm in Robesonia, Pennsylvania. Our farm provides plenty of fresh air, fresh food and ample space for our happy and healthy animals (and kids!) to grow. Our Angus beef is naturally raised on a rotational grazing system. We use no growth hormones or antibiotics.

We grew up around farming experiences watching our grandparents. We both graduated from the College of Agricultural Science at Penn State University and are enjoying farming and producing such a great food product.

We are selling whole, half, and bundle packs (35-40 lbs.) of beef. Available cuts and prices are listed on our website. Free delivery for those living inside a 50 mile radius of Robesonia, PA.

Please check out our website for more information. Thank you!

Meadow Mountain Farm, Neal McNutt, 691 Furnace Street, Robesonia PA 19551. (610) 693-5604.
E-mail: info@meadowmountainfarm.com. Website: http://www.meadowmountainfarm.com.


Micks Gourmet Chicks is located in the northern most section of Lancaster County near the town of Reinholds, PA. The farm consists of 50 acres of pastures and woodlands that have never had any chemicals applied for any purpose. The water is from spring fed ponds.

All poultry is fed an organic ration prepared from locally grown grain and Fertell organic mineral products and additives. The birds are raised on pasture in bottomless cages which are moved every day as prescribed by the Joel Salatin method.

We will have available Peking ducks, Cornish broilers, French Label Rouge style chickens, and turkeys. Our birds are professionally processed in New Holland, PA.

We raise birds on a custom order basis, i.e., we pre-sell to you. Orders should be placed 60 days prior to pick up and turkeys by July 1.

As a service we offer cutting up and blast freezing in cryovac bags.

Micks Gourmet Chicks, Mike Morrissey, 445 Epsilon Drive, Wernersville PA 19565. (610) 670-5580. Fax: (610) 670-6458.
E-mail: mickschicks@yahoo.com.


Miller's Biodiversity Farm has 100% grass-fed milk, beef, lamb, pastured pork, chicken and much more, along with excellent customer service and guaranteed quality products.

Miller's Biodiversity Farm, Aaron or Sheri Miller, 523 Valley Road, Quarryville PA 17566. (717) 806-0392. Website: (coming in October 2014) millerbiofarm.com.


Misty Morning Farm is a 127-acre educational and instructional farm growing various diverse products featuring organic meats and poultry via a non-profit C.S.A. It is a certified wildlife preserve, has woods, pastures, hayfields, hills and two ponds and is also a member of "Certified Naturally Grown."

All livestock is humanely raised with environmental issues in the forefront. All ruminants are free range, grass fed (no supplemental grains), pork and poultry are free range with species-specific organic grain supplementation. No antibiotics, hormones, steroids or chemicals of any kind are ever used in any aspect of our operation.

Beef, pork and chicken are full flavored "heritage" breeds. Our season is year round and members can use their fee for the type and cut of meat or poultry they desire. No need to buy a whole or half and receive unwanted cuts; eliminates need for large freezer. Religious and ethnic concerns / needs are adhered to whenever possible.

Products offered include beef, pork, lamb, mutton, goat, chicken, rabbit, turkey and our signature "Pink Veal."

Overnight air service permits our shareholders to belong no matter what state they call home.

Call or e-mail us for a comprehensive information package and application.

Misty Mountain Farm, John D. Hollway, 1781 Hazelet Church Road, Cherry Tree PA 15724. (814) 743-5959.
E-mail: jjhollway@winbeam.com.


Mother Hen's Pastured Poultry is located in Kinsman, Ohio in northern Trumbull County, about five miles from the PA state line. We are a small, family owned farm dedicated to the raising of quality, pastured poultry. We started our journey to get back to basics, eat well, and provide a healthy meal to our young family. We would like to share our chickens with you. Once you have chicken and eggs from healthy, pastured poultry, you will want nothing else!

Our chickens are sourced exclusively from a hatchery with no hormones, antibiotics or inhumane practices given upon hatching. They are then offered a 100% certified non-GMO feed (Hyland's), and are pastured, moving to fresh grass daily. We have gone to great lengths to feed and care for our chickens the way nature intended. Nothing artificial here. While we are not certified organic, we use sustainable agriculture with organic methods.

Broilers are available in mid-July, and mid-September. Pre-orders are requested by calling or emailing.

We also offer chicken eggs from happy, healthy Rhode Island Red hens who are pastured and receive a strict diet of non-GMO feed and lots of green grass. They have received no antibiotics or any hormones. Our brown eggs have a thick shell, bright orange yolk, and taste fantastic!

Mother Hen's Pastured Poultry, Larry and Kim Pleva, 8439 State Street, Kinsman OH 44428. (330) 876-0716.
E-mail: motherhenspasture@yahoo.com.


Nature's Sunlight, located near Newville, provides certified organic raw milk from pasture-fed jersey cows. The milk is tested regularly for bacteria and meets the same standards as milk after it has been pasteurized. The cows test negative for bruciloses and tuberculosis. Yogurt, Monterey Jack and cheddar cheese are available. The cheese has its own natural golden color because of the high-carotene content of their pasture-based diet.

Eggs are available from free-range hens, housed in a mobile hen house. The birds are fed free-choice, organic grain with no antibiotics or hormones. This produces large eggs with deep orange yolks. Pastured broilers, stewing hens, and turkeys also are fed the organic grain mix.

Freezer beef from pasture-finished cattle is sold in late September through early October. Pastured veal comes from calves that are raised on whole organic cows' milk. Orders are taken in the spring only with delivery in June. Our milk, yogurt, cheese, eggs, burger patties, and frozen broilers are available anytime. The beef, veal, and poultry must be ordered.

Nature's Sunlight, Mark and Maryann Nolt, 401 Centerville Road, Newville PA 17241. (717) 776-3417. (No calls on Sunday, please.)


Nick's Organic Farm, located in the fertile Frederick Valley, raises tender delicious 100% grass-fed Angus beef, pastured chicken and turkey, and free-range eggs. We also sell organic poultry feeds, feed and food-grade grains, seed and hay. We are ORGANIC LOGOcertified organic by the Maryland Department of Agriculture.

100% Grass-Fed Beef: Our cattle are never fed grain, hormones or antibiotics. We move our herd frequently to fresh pasture so they have the best forage. We sell beef by the whole, half, quarter, eighth, and by the cut. Our beef is dry-aged over two weeks, and it is cut and frozen in a USDA-inspected, small, family-owned facility. We also sell beef sausage, liverwurst, jerky, organ meats and soup bones.

Organic Pastured Poultry: Our turkeys and chickens graze on our pastures. They are also fed organic grain, grown on our farm. They receive no hormones or antibiotics. We process our poultry on our farm. Our standard and heritage breed turkeys are available fresh for Thanksgiving.

Organic Free-Range Eggs: Our hens are free range and they rotate among the pastures so they have a natural organic diet.

Organic Commitment Since 1979:. Since we began commercial production in1979, we have been committed to quality organic products and constant improvement in our farming methods. We conduct on-farm research with federal, state and non-profit agencies. We have cooperated with USDA's Agricultural Research Service and other experts to improve our crops and pastures, and to breed and manage our herd so that it has maximum natural resistance to disease without the use of any synthetic chemicals.

Convenient Pick-Up: Our pick-up locations in Buckeystown and Potomac, MD, are convenient to our customers in Washington, DC, Central Maryland, Northern Virginia, Southern Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.

Farm Tours: Check our website for our farm tours the third weekend in October.

Nick's Organic Farm, Nick Maravell, 8565 Horseshoe Lane, Potomac MD 20854 (301) 983-2167 (main office); 2733 Buckeystown Pike, Adamstown MD 21710 (301) 874-4854 (farm office).
E-mail: nicksorganicfarm@comcast.net Website: http://www.nicksorganicfarm.com.


Organic Acres is a certified organic producer of pastured broilers, turkeys, beef, goats, lambs, pork, and rabbits.

The chickens are available from May to November. Turkeys are harvested in time for Thanksgiving. The pork is available in late fall. Rabbits, which average 2-3 pounds each, are available fresh or frozen. "Salad Bar Beef" is available in late October in quarters, halves, or whole. Goat or lamb are sold in the late fall. Eggs from pastured hens are available at their self-service stand six days a week throughout the spring, summer and early fall. Fresh produce is available in season.

Organic Acres, 3539 Scenic Road, Gordonville PA 17529.


Over the Moon Farm is a small all-grass farm located in Central Pennsylvania. Our goal is to grow and direct-market clean, grassfed meat products and contribute to the local small farm economy.

We currently raise dairy replacement heifers, poultry, pork and beef. The poultry (chickens, eggs, turkeys and ducks) are raised outdoors in moveable pens during the summer months and fed certified organic grains. Cattle are rotationally grazed all summer and are fed no grain. Pigs are loose-penned in the "loafing shed" where they turn the cattle manure and bedding from winter into compost during the summer. They are fed organic grain and miscellaneous treats from the house and garden.

Our products are available seasonally, primarily by pre-order. Call or visit our website to download an order form. We do not ship product. Customers pick up their orders in the State College area on specific distribution days. Chicken, turkey and duck are delivered fresh. Pork and beef are delivered frozen. We are happy to have visitors on Saturdays or other times by arrangement, just call ahead. Bring the kids to collect fresh warm eggs.

Over the Moon Farm, "Let them eat grass!" Moo-rie Antoinette, Lyn Garling, 190 View Drive, Rebersburg PA 16872. (814) 349-2697
E-mail: lyn@overthemoonfarm.com Website: http://www.overthemoonfarm.com


Overlook Farm is a 55-acre grass farm in northeastern Butler County. We raise our angus, hereford, and shorthorn beeves naturally in a minimal stress environment to provide you with the best grass-fed beef available.

In the spring, summer and fall our beeves are rotated through our native pastures and are fed only premium quality hay over winter. They receive no grain, antibiotics or growth promoting hormones. Only rarely (extreme weather conditions) will they see the inside of our barn.

Our steers are processed at a USDA inspected abattoir in Saxonburg, just north of Pittsburgh, PA. We dry-age our beef for about two weeks to enhance both flavor and tenderness. We sell front and hind quarters, halves, and whole steers. We sell our beef from May through November and our customers pick up their orders at the abattoir in Saxonburg.

For our brochure which explains our operation and our pricing, please call us at (724) 756-0540.

Overlook Farm, Rob and Alanna Reed, 223 Spruce Road, Karns City PA 16041. (724) 756-0540.
E-mail: overlookfarm@peoplepc.com.

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Owens Farm offers grass-fed/finished lamb, pastured pork, meadow-raised chicken, and happy veal raised on momma cows. Our customers reserve their meat in the spring with a deposit and pick it up at the farm cut, wrapped, and frozen at a USDA facility.

Lamb and pork come in the fall. Chickens come in 3 or 4 batches throughout summer and fall. Veal is ready at various times during the year, so interested folks email us to get on the Veal List.

Our production philosophy is to raise our animals under as natural conditions as possible. The sheep are on pasture except for 6 weeks before lambing, when they come inside for shearing and close observation. We may feed a small amount of grain at this time, if the hay is not providing enough energy for fetal growth and milk production. The pigs live outside and move through new paddocks frequently. The chickens live on grass with portable shelters. Our veal calves roam the meadows with their Jersey momma cows, forming the cutest cow herd you've ever seen. Our health care focuses on prevention and homeopathic remedies when needed.

Check out our website or come visit!

Owens Farm, Caroline Owens, 2611 Mile Post Road, Sunbury PA 17801. (570) 286-5309.
E-mail: info@owensfarm.com. Website: http://www.owensfarm.com.


Paradise Gardens and Farm LLC has the first and only USDA organic produce in Jefferson-Elk-Clearfield counties (certified by Pennsylvania Certified Organic) and the first licensed goat dairy/creamery in northwest PA.

Our pastured goats graze rotationally on our certified organic pastures, which were established on a USDA Environmental Quality Incentive Program (EQIP) grant. In winter they get our certified organic hay with less than a pound of sweet feed at milking for their mineral balance, with our organic corn. The chickens follow the goats on the pastures and produce rich orange-yolked eggs for our CSA. We are "relationship farmers," cultivating good relations with our animals and observing their relationships with each other. Mothers raise their young. All are friendly.

Our organic vegetables, fruits, and herbs and pastured eggs go to our CSA. Our farmstead artisan cheeses include: chevre, feta, Paradise Fresco and Pepper Fresco, St. Maure, ricotta, and now mozzarella. We also sell bottled goat milk. We sell our goat kids for dairy, weed control, pets, or meat, but not for auction.

Find more information and lots of photos at our farm's website.

Paradise Gardens and Farm, LLC., Lucinda Hart-Gonzalez or Steve Cleghorn, 2771 Paradise Road, Reynoldsville PA 15851. (814) 568-1207.
E-mail: paradisegardensandfarm@comcast.net. Website: http://www.paradisegardensandfarm.com


Paradise Valley Organic Farm is located in central Pennsylvania in the scenic Susquehanna Valley. We offer PCO certified organic pastured chickens, turkeys, lamb, pork, and eggs.

Chickens are available from June through October. Birds may be purchased whole or cut-up. Frozen, vacuum-packed whole birds can be shipped. Fresh turkeys are produced for the Thanksgiving holiday. Grassfed and finished lamb are born in April, in synch with nature. All they eat is green forage and mother's milk. The lambs are available at the farm starting in October, by the whole or half, ready for your freezer. Pigs are born on pasture and supplemented with our own organic grain to finish in the fall and to be available at the farm in November and December. Eggs are always available.

Our news letter and order form can be sent on request. We are committed to the family farm and want to provide wholesome products. Farm visits are welcome, but Sunday sales are discouraged.

Paradise Valley Organic Farm, Bucky and Sherry Ziegler, 51 Ziegler Road, Milton PA. (570) 437-2156.
E-mail: PVPPFARM@aol.com


Parker's Chickens is located in Crawford County in Northwest PA. We raise pastured, free range meat chickens and heritage turkeys.

We live quite simply. We open the barn doors in the morning and allow them to free range wherever they want all day long. When evening comes, they come back to the barn to roost. We close the barn doors to protect them from predators. This is our daily routine. We don't believe in or use any medications, hormones, steroids, vaccines, or feeds with animal by-products. What we do believe in is always providing clean food, water, and roosting environment.

Our meat chickens generally range from five to eight pounds,and heritage turkeys from twelve to twenty-five pounds. Chickens are available from June through Thanksgiving. Turkeys are available for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Extra chickens and turkeys will be frozen after Thanksgiving.

Call for availability. All of our birds are processed and bagged at a federally inspected facility. We also have feathers available from our peacocks, guineas, turkeys, and assorted bantam chickens. For more information, please contact us.

Parker's Chickens, David and Karen Parker, 36348 Armstrong Road, Centerville PA 16404. (814) 967-2602.
E-mail: chikundave1@alltel.net


Pastured Raised. What Does Pasture Raised Offer? The Pasture Raised portal allows private members daily access to some of the highest quality, un-pasteurized dairy from grass-fed cows, goats, sheep and camel. Members also gain access to completely fresh, unfrozen pasture-raised meats of all kinds, and a whole gamut of other nutrient dense foods, condiments and super-foods in accordance with the research of Weston A. Price.

We are Private Club Members alongside a number of small, dedicated Traditional Farmers who utilize completely natural growing methods. These processes include supreme attention to the overall quality of soil-spectrum health. The farmers promote techniques of flawless cultivation that consistently evolve beyond the popular organic standards.

Each of the farms has been carefully selected for their exceptional methods of traditional rearing and nurturing. A number of farmers maintain unique herds of Jersey cattle which graze year-round entirely on grass and wild vegetation. Alongside these cattle, a plethora of other animals are raised in completely traditional manners. The lands contain no herbicides, pesticides, fungicides, or any other synthetic derivatives of any sort. None of the animals are ever vaccinated, and they never receive antibiotics, growth-hormones or stimulants of any kind. They are never fed grains, soy or any other unnatural feed. Hay is rarely supplemented as many of the herds graze pasture year-round.

How Does The Process Work? E-mail info@pastureraised.net to be contacted about membership and have the opportunity to talk to a coordinator. After being approved and turning in your signed agreement form, you will be given password access to our website.

Ordering and Shipping: Fresh & Real ships twice a week. Orders placed by Saturday are shipped by Tuesday; orders placed by Tuesday are shipped by Thursday. We ship throughout the USA and to Canada from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by UPS or Fed Ex. All packages contain ice packs to preserve freshness. Make sure to specify if you absolutely will not accept frozen food. We will choose fresh default, but if fresh is out of stock we revert to frozen. Thank You.

Pasture Raised, Mike Landis, Online Ordering System. Sourced From Traditional Farmers of Lancaster County, PA.
E-mail: info@pastureraised.net. Website: http://www.pastureraised.net or http://www.Raw-Dairy.com


Pasture's Pride Natural Meats raises and sells 100% grass-fed beef and Natural pork.

We are a family owned and operated farm committed to providing healthy and delicious meat to our community and beyond in an environmentally friendly manner.

Our beef is grass finished "Argentina style" without grain. Our cattle are raised without the use of hormones or antibiotics on high quality pastures. We use natural fertilizers on our pastures and do not use chemical pesticides and herbicides.

We sell our beef by the individual cut or as sides or quarter of beef. Individual cuts of beef are usually available year round. Sides and Quarters of beef are available in the summer, fall and winter months.

Our pork is sold as half and whole hogs or pork sampler packs, and is available in the fall.

Our meats are sold directly from our farm. For a brochure and price list, please call or e-mail us.

Pasture's Pride Natural Meats, Joy Stutzman, 1555 Crystal Cave Road, Kutztown PA 19530 (610) 683-5436
E-mail: pasturespride@verizon.net.


A Philadelphia CowShare is a way for you to buy high quality, local, grass-fed beef by splitting the purchase of a cow with other people. You buy a "share" of meat that is right for you and your family. We find the cow. We find the friends for sharing. We butcher the meat. We deliver it to you. It's that simple. You can buy an eighth share (40–45 lbs) up to a whole cow (roughly 320 lbs).

We select cattle that roam the pasture, eat their natural diet and don't do drugs. Our farmers raise their cattle on pastures near Philadelphia Metro area. Your share of the meat will include individually packaged cuts that are vacuum sealed and deeply frozen. Each share includes a selection of cuts from the front and hind sections as well as ground beef. We “share” the cuts evenly across all shares.

Visit our website for more information or e-mail us if you have any questions.

Philadelphia CowShare, Jessica Moore, 915 S 47th Street, Philadelphia PA 19143. (267) 872-7294.
E-mail: info@phillycowshare.com. Website: http://www.phillycowshare.com.


Pine Run Farm is a sustainable, family farm near Conneaut Lake, PA. We specialize in pastured poultry. The meat birds are raised in 'chicken tractors' and moved daily across pasture. The egg layers are 'free-range', living in a portable chicken coop most of the year. We also offer beef and pork by the side, also raised on pasture.

We use rotational grazing for the cows and put great consideration into what our birds eat, believing what they eat, we eat. I use a corn/soy plus mineral supplement mash from the local feed mill. The feed is not certified organic and neither is the farm, but we do not feed any antibiotics.

Pine Run Farm, Eric Rifenberrick, 12433 Robinson Road, Conneautville PA 16406. (814) 282-7436.
E-mail: eric@pinerunfarm.com. Website: http://www.pinerunfarm.com.


Plaid Piper Farm has been in our family for 7 generations. It is located in picturesque Sussex County, New Jersey, about 10 miles from the PA/NJ state line. We currently offer grass fed, grass finished beef, and pastured pork. All of our products are raised naturally without the use of added antibiotics, hormones or pesticides.

Our beef is wintered over on our hay. Spring through fall they are rotationally grazed on our pastures. Our pigs are fed a balanced grain ration and rotationally graze their pastures.

We invite you to visit our farm. We enjoy showing you our content animals and discussing how we keep them safe and healthy in a humane fashion. We use good husbandry practices to let them live as nature intended with as little intervention as possible. If you would like to visit, please call or email so we can ‘hang near the barn’ and wait for you.

We sell our products direct from our farm. Order your product on our website, by email, or call. We suggest that you pre-order our products as quantities are limited and sell out quickly.

Know your farmer, know your food.

Plaid Piper Farm LLC, Paul Dalrymple, 197 Wykertown Road, Branchville NJ 07826. (973) 875-4535.
E-mail: Paul@plaidpiperfarm.com. Website: http://www.plaidpiperfarm.com.


Providence Pastures Farm is an old-fashioned family farm consisting of 150 acres nestled in a beautiful valley at the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains in Northwestern Pennsylvania. We produce fresh and healthy produce, poultry, eggs, pork, and beef for sale direct to the consumer. All of our products are raised naturally without the use of added antibiotics, hormones, or pesticides. All of our animals are allowed to "be themselves." They have free access to the outdoors, fresh air, and sunshine, and are provided with species-appropriate feed, a natural vitamin/mineral supplement, clean water, shelter from weather, and protection from predators. We strive to provide our animals with a healthy, low-stress, and comfortable life.

Pasture raised chicken is available June thru September. Pastured pork and grass-fed beef are available spring and fall. Free-range eggs are available year-round. Fruits and vegetables are available in season at the farm. Poultry is processed on the farm. Beef and pork are processed in a local USDA-inspected facility.

We are 30 miles from Erie, PA and Jamestown, NY; 40 miles from Meadville, PA; and only 2 hours from Pittsburgh, PA and Youngstown, OH. Please visit our website for directions.

Providence Pastures Farm, Michael and Vicki Pasterik, RR 2, Box 344, Corry PA 16407. (814) 663-0556.
E-mail: mike@providencepastures.com Website: http://www.providencepastures.com.


Pure Indian Foods is a small family-owned business that takes pride in making an exceptional quality grass-fed and certified organic Ghee. Golden colored Ghee is prepared by melting and simmering butter until all the water evaporates and the milk solids settle at the bottom. The remaining butter oil is very stable, giving it a high smoke point which makes it an excellent choice for deep fat frying, baking and sautéing. Because of the low moisture content, it can be stored without refrigeration for 2-3 months. Many people find our ghee, with its rich, nutty flavor, to be tastier than butter.

We make our ghee fresh, with care, in small batches, right here in the USA. Our products are USDA Certified Organic. We use butter made only in Springtime through the Fall, when the cows are actually out on the pasture eating fresh green grass. We make our ghee only on the waxing or full moon days which are auspicious in the ancient Vedic system. We use glass bottles instead of plastic bottles to avoid dangerous toxic chemicals from leeching from plastic containers. Our family has been in the ghee business in India for 5 generations, since 1889, and we are proudly continuing that tradition.

Ghee has been used for its health-giving and healing properties for thousands of years. In Ayurveda (the “science of life”), cow ghee is considered one of the most sacred foods.

Ghee is the best cooking oil as it is stable at higher temperatures, and it enhances the flavor of spices and herbs. Ghee is free of casein and lactose and is suitable for people who are allergic to dairy products. It keeps skin soft, and has anti-aging properties. Ghee contains naturally occurring CLA, Omega-3, Vitamins A, D, E & K2. It is free of harmful trans-fats.

Ghee is shelf-stable and we ship worldwide by USPS, UPS, FedEx or DHL. We offer special discounts to co-ops and buying clubs.

Pure Indian Foods, Sandeep and Nalini Agarwal, PO Box 296, Princeton Junction NJ 08550. (877) LUV-GHEE (588-4433).
E-mail: eatwild@pureindianfoods.com. Website: http://www.pureindianfoods.com


Purely Farm’s Naturally Pastured Meats specializes in chicken, turkey, pork and lamb. All of our meats are raised, grazed and sold off the farm. We are located on 55 Municipal Road in Pipersville, PA.

All of our animals are raised hormone and additive free. We are dedicated to sustainable agriculture, the humane treatment of animals and an organic way of life.

To ensure the availability of our meats, we recommend pre-ordering early in the season. Purely Chicken is available fresh from May to October on our scheduled farm days from 2-8 pm. Please call to request our brochure which clearly outlines the schedule and ordering process.

Retail cuts of both Purely Lamb and Purely Pork can be purchased on our scheduled farm days, at your choice of three local farmer's markets, or by appointment. There is no need to pre-order.

Please feel free to call or email with any questions. Thank you for your interest.

Purely Farm's Naturally Pastured Meats, Joanna and Marc Michini, 55 Municipal Road, Pipersville PA 18947. (215) 317-0889.
E-mail: purelyfarm@gmail.com


Skate Creek Farm produces pasture-raised pork, veal, beef, lamb, chicken and eggs on a historic 120-acre farm in the Catskill region of New York. We raise our animals from birth to finish. Our pigs and chickens are fed certified organic grain on pasture to ensure that all of our meats are free of GMO's. Free-range veal calves nurse on mother cows and learn to graze beside them. (The cows are supplemented with grain at times.)

Our special meats are available by the whole, side, or individual retail cut. We can be found at farmers' markets and numerous natural food stores in Central New York. We ship our products nationwide. Call 607-278-6133 to place an order, or visit our website to order from the Meadow Raised Meats cooperative, of which we are a member.

Skate Creek Farm, Craig Haney & Amy Kenyon, 1496 County Highway 12, East Meredith NY 13757. (607) 278-6133.
E-mail: Kenyon@telenet.net Website: www.meadowraisedmeats.com

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Skelton Farms Piedmontese Beef is located in Edinboro PA, in the northwestern corner of the state. It is is an easy 2 hour drive to Pittsburgh, PA, Cleveland, OH, and Buffalo, NY and is 20 minutes south of Erie PA.

We are third generation farmers and have been on our Edinboro farm since 1945. We have been raising Piedmontese beef cattle since the early 1990s. We have been a solely grass-fed operation for the past ten years.

All of our cattle eat mixed grass pasture and orchard grass hay year-round. Our hay is raised on our 300+ acre farm without the use of pesticide or herbicides, and our surplus is sold across the country to very selective farms. While we adhere to all the requirements and more to be certified Organic in the state of PA, for many reasons we have decided not to become "certified."

You may visit our farm any time, we are very proud of our cattle and facilities. Please call first. For more information on our farm and beef please visit our website.

Our beef is offered for sale by the whole (6–800 pounds), half (3–400 pounds), or quarter (150–200 pounds) steer. We also have individual cuts available year round off the farm store. All beef is vacuum packed in clear packaging. It is clearly marked with the cut and our farm name. Beef is processed at a USDA facility.

Skelton Farms Piedmontese Beef, Trish or Terry Skelton, 13388 Cambridge Springs Road, Edinboro PA 16412. (814) 734-7008.
E-mail: snowbelt30@aol.com. Website: http://www.skeltonfarms.com.


Somethings Happinin' Farm raises their animals on rotated pastures. We don't use antibiotics, growth hormones, or vaccines. Our pastures are free of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides. We are also predator friendly and working toward a holistic approach.

The farm offers a variety of natural animal products, including pastured broilers, rabbits, lambs, pigs, chevon (kid goats), and eggs. The lambs are from Icelandic sheep, a very old breed designed to be raised on grass alone. The lambs are finished in 5–6 months and weigh from 75–120 pounds. The rabbits and pigs are raised on pasture as well, but are supplemented with grain and natural minerals and vitamins.

Pastured chickens and rabbit are available from June through November. Lambs and goats are available from August through October. Pork is sold from August through November. Eggs are available from March through December.

You will find the products at the farm, at a farmers' market in Deposit, NY and at some of our craft shows in the fall, most of which are in New York state. (Note: The farm also sells fiber, yarns, and hand-knitted and felted garments from their Angora rabbits and sheep.)

Somethings Happinin' Farm, Connie Heim and Howard Smith, RD3 Box 171A, Susquehanna PA 18847. (570) 727-2188.
E-mail: somhap@nep.net Website: http://somethingshappinin.tripod.com/


Spring Creek Farms is a PCO certified organic, grass-based dairy farm. We sell 100% grass-fed, USDA certified organic raw milk, beef, free range eggs and pastured chickens at our farm located 10 miles west of Reading in Berks County, PA. We also have mozzarella, cheddar and jack cheese made from all organic ingredients.

Our cows rotationally graze from April to December and are moved to new pasture twice a day. As stewards of the land, our goal is to obtain a healthy soil which will produce healthy grass, cows, milk and food. Our chickens are moved twice per day in movable pens with room to roam around to eat the fresh grass and insects.

Here is a list of what we have available for purchase at our farm:
 

 Fresh Milk  $6/gal  If you bring your own bottle and fill it yourself
   $7/gal  If we tap it into a jug and leave it for you
 Ground Beef  $5.50/lb   1 lb package
   $6.50/lb  Patties in 1 lb package
 Cheese  Mozzarella  $5 per 8 oz. package
   Cheddar  $5 per 8 oz. package
   Jack  $5 per 8 oz. package
 Eggs  Soy-free & free range  $5 per dozen
 Chicken  Whole Chicken  Contact us for price and availability
   Parts (boneless, skinless  breasts, wings, legs)  Contact us for price and availability
 Butter  "Natural by Nature"  $5 per 8 oz. container

Spring Creek Farms, Forrest and Greg Stricker, 3880 N Church Street, Wernersville PA 19565. (610) 678-7629.
E-mail: greg@springcreekstrickerfarms.com http://www.springcreekstrickerfarms.com/


Spring Meadows Farm's grass finished beef is sold by 1/8, 1/4, 1/2 or whole animal. Animals never eat grain and only organic practices are used.

I have been finishing beef on pasture since I was a child as my family also pasture finished beef. The experience show in the flavor. A flavor that is further enhanced by unique program for hay feeding in winter, and how pastures are grazed 8-9 months of the year, especially what pastures are grazed at each stage in the animal's life.

Beef is available late June through October. Contact the farm to get on waiting list any time of the year. Customers are contacted as beef comes available based on how long they have been a customer then by order in which they where put on the waiting list.

Also available by waiting list: pastured pork, pastured chicken, and goose. All using breeds that are specifically bred to excel on pasture.

Spring Meadows Farm, Andy Lyon, 9578 Route 549, Millerton PA 16936. (570) 537-2128.
E-mail: springmeadowsfarm@gmail.com. Website: http://springmeadowsfarm.wordpress.com.


Spring Water Farm is located in the heart of Lancaster County Pennsylvania. We raise organic pastured pork, 100% grass fed beef, and pastured poultry, including turkeys.

We also own Dutch Meadows Organic Dairy which produces raw cheese and 100% grassfed raw milk certified organic by PCO, bottled in glass bottles and sold in Pennsylvania markets. All bottling is done on farm in state inspected facility.

All meat and poultry products get sold at our farm store or through the Spring Water Farm Buying Club delivered in Philadelphia and surrounding areas. Also milk and cheese get sold through the buying club. Milk comes from the heritage breed of Dutch Belted cattle.

Spring Water Farm / Dutch Meadows Organic Dairy, Alvin or Miriam, 694 Country Lane, Paradise PA 17562. (717) 442-9208.
E-mail: springwaterfarminparadise@gmail.com.


Starr Valley Farm is a certified organic family owned and operated farm in Allegheny Township, Westmoreland County, PA. We are 35 miles NE of Pittsburgh, between Apollo and New Kensington. We raise 100% grass fed Angus-Hereford beef. Our ~30 head of cattle rotationally graze through the growing season and eat our organic hay all winter. The result is slow grown, healthy, flavorful beef.

We dry age our beef 21 days and sell in mixed increments of 1/8, (about 40lb/box). A typical box has about 8-10 lbs of vacuum packed steaks (NY Strips, Fillet Mignons, Sirloins, Short ribs, and Delmonicos), about 2-3 roasts at 3# each (chuck or rump), and the balance of lean ground.

We typically have beef available throughout the year but sell ahead of slaughter date by allowing customers to sign up for portions in advance on a first come, first serve basis. We keep everyone appraised of processing dates so we can coordinate on-farm pick-up.

Please send email for current pricing, next availability or any other inquiries. We also welcome those who would like to visit our farm …. and bring along the kids!

Starr Valley Farm, John or Margie Starr, 4531 Melwood Road, Leechburg PA 15656. (724) 845-6327.
E-mail: starrvalleyfarm@windstream.net Website: http://www.starrvalleyfarm.net


Sugar Hill Farm is an ecologically oriented farm specializing in Scottish Highland 100% grass fed certified organic beef. We are certified by Pennsylvania Certified Organic.

Our animals graze on 200 acres in the rolling hills of north central Pennsylvania. They are humanely treated throughout their lives. All animals are born and raised on our farm.

After reaching a suitable age and weight, our animals are humanely slaughtered and butchered by a certified organic butcher. The beef is then flash frozen and vacuum sealed.

Scottish Highland cattle are one of the oldest breeds of heritage cattle and are highly suited to grass diet. Our pastures and fields are continuously improved through application of organic minerals and managed grazing. The combination of an excellent breed and the high quality grass result in beef that is tender and tasty.

We deliver in several areas of Pennsylvania and custom shipping is available.

Sugar Hill Farm, Andy Sorg and Cathy Pomanti, 165 Muenster Road, St. Mary's PA 15857. (717) 991-7757.
E-mail: service@gograssfedbeef.com. Website: http://www.gograssfedbeef.com.

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Swatara Springs Farm raises Highland and cross-bred cattle on 150 acres surrounded on three sides by the Swatara Creek in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania. Our hay fields and pastures are managed as organic with rotational grazing and gentle, humane, free-range outdoor cattle management.
No growth hormones, no concentrates, no corn, no grains, no pesticides, no herbicides, no chemical fertilizers, no anti-biotics, no feed lots, no confinement – No, no, no!

Our cattle live, graze, breed and grow to maturity on clean pasture with good hay and haylage we grow on the farm, clean fresh water, and just a little minerals and salt for health. They enjoy wooded edges in the pasture for shelter from the heat and cold. They remain in their herd and are gentle, very lean and flavorful.

We use only USDA inspected butchers (but not certified organic butchers since none are available here).

Our grass-fed beef is available locally at the Palmyra Real Food Emporium in Palmyra, Lebanon County, PA, or in bulk by contacting us by email.

Swatara Springs Farm, Gail Smith, 54 Dead End Road, Annville PA 17003. (717) 269-4490.
E-mail: swatarasprings@gmail.com.


At Walnut Hill Farm, we are dedicated to raising high quality meat the old fashioned way. We raise grass-fed Angus beef, lamb and pastured poultry (summer months only---broilers and turkeys).

All of our animals are grass-fed on actively rotated pasture which is never sprayed, and fed high quality hay and round bail silage all winter. Excepting supplemental grains for the poultry, none of our stock is ever grained. We use no chemicals, antibiotics or hormones in any phase of our operation, and pride ourselves on producing a high quality product in a sustainable fashion.

We encourage you to taste the difference (the 'good for you' is a bonus!).

Walnut Hill Farm, Michael and Karen Kovach, 4965 Saranac Drive, Sharpsville PA 16150. (724) 646-2984.
E-mail: mkovach@thewalnuthillfarm.com or karen@thewalnuthillfarm.com. Website: http://www.thewalnuthillfarm.com.


Weatherbury Farm is a sustainable, integrated family-owned beef and sheep farm located SW of Pittsburgh. Weatherbury Farm was awarded the 2012 PCO (Pennsylvania Certified Organic) Sustainability Award.

After 20 years of a cow-calf operation, in 2007 we began producing grass-fed/grass-finished beef and lamb for sale directly to consumers. Our livestock receive no artificial hormones or antibiotics and we use no pesticides, herbicides or chemical fertilizers. Animals are rotationally grazed on certified organic* pastures on our 100-acre farm. They are fed certified organic* wrapped dry hay and balage during the winter months, and bedded on certified organic* straw.

Beef and lamb are available by pre-order. Freezer beef is sold by the half and split quarter. Cut lists for beef and lamb can be found on our website. Both the beef and lamb are processed locally using dry-aging. Please visit our website for current pricing.

Customers receive a copy of Jo Robinson’s Pasture Perfect with their first order. We also publish an email grass-fed newsletter—please sign up on our website. We also offer farm vacations to educate about farming/agriculture. See our website for details.

* Weatherbury’s pasture, hay and cropland are certified by Pennsylvania Certified Organic. We do raise certified organic grains (wheat, rye, oats, spelt, open pollinated corn, emmer and einkorn) for human consumption. Our organic grains are available as flour and/or pasta.

Weatherbury Farm, Dale or Nigel Tudor, 1061 Sugar Run Road, Avella PA 15312. (724) 587-3763. E-mail: info@weatherburyfarm.com.
Website: http://www.grassfed.weatherburyfarm.com. Facebook: www.facebook.com/WeatherburyFarm


Welsh Mountain Farm has 100% grass fed Raw Milk from home-raised Jersey cows. Real Milk comes from real cows that eat real feed. Real Milk can save family farms—with you, the consumer!

Our first 100% grass fed raw milk cheese will be available after January 5, 2010. We currently offer raw milk cheeses from our low-grain feeding program. We have 3-year-old Cheddar (limited supply), Mild cheddar, Smoked Cheddar, Pepper Jack, Monterey Jack, Colby, Garlic & Chives (a hot seller) and our fancy care cheese called Le Cheval (limited supply).

We also sell free-range, soy-free eggs and pasteurized (but at least not ultra-pasteurized) butter. Our Cheese Gift Baskets are available in November and December for Christmas.

We ship anywhere in the U.S., or deliver locally. Free shipping for orders over 30 pounds.

Retailers are wanted. Our products are inspected by the state of PA and are legal for resale. Ask about our Sample Pack.

Welsh Mountain Farm, Amos and Leah Ebersol, 590 Red Hill Road, Narvon (Lancaster County), PA 17555. (717) 768-3652.


Wholesome Dairy Farms is a grass fed raw milk dairy. We pasture our cows on rotating acreage and grow our own hay. We also sell raw milk cheese, cage free eggs, pastured chickens, grass fed beef, and veal.

Many of our customers enjoy bringing their families to see our clean, healthy, well cared for cows and calves. Our milk is delicious, safe and healthy. Store hours are Tuesday through Friday 10:00am to 6:00 pm. Saturday 9:00am to 4:00 pm. We are closed Sunday and Monday.

For directions, visit our website and use the Mapquest link. While you are there, enjoy our You Tube video showing what we think is the best way to milk a cow for udder health and milk quality.

Wholesome Dairy Farms, Mark Lopez, 136 Camp Road, Douglassville PA 19518. (610) 621-0508.
E-mail: healthycows@yahoo.com. Website: http://www.wholesomedairyfarms.com.


WIL–AR Farms is a small, family farm located near Newville, in south central Pennsylvania. We have concerns about the health of our land, our family, and our customers. We do not use chemicals or hormones on our farm. Working in harmony with nature is our rule. We are an all-grass based farm, which means that our animals are raised on pasture.

Limited amounts of a broad range of products including grassfed beef, veal, lamb, rabbits, pork, chickens, turkeys, and eggs. Raw milk cheeses, aged at least 60 days, are made right on the farm from totally grassfed Jersey cows.

We strive to farm in harmony with the seasons. Cycling our production with nature's seasons must not be compromised. As soon as we produce food against the seasons, disease, costs, and environmental degradation escalate. We calve when the deer are fawning, start chicks when the wild turkey eggs are hatching, and increase our workload when the days are longer.

WIL–AR Farms, Wilmer and Arlene Newswanger, 76 Parker Road, Newville PA 17241. (717) 776-6552. No Sunday sales.


Willow Springs Farm has been farmed for 13 years without artificial chemicals of any kind. In trying to farm in harmony with nature, we raise everything on native pasture with the seasons. We are committed to preserving our land as well as raising healthy, quality food for ourselves and others.

We raise sheep, chickens, and rabbits. Currently we have a limited supply of aged raw sheep milk cheese (cracked pepperjack) pastured chickens (frozen) and rabbit. Our rabbits are currently raised in a building, but we are working on a pasture growing system for this summer. Our lambs are raised on pasture, no grain. Our sheep milk is produced entirely from pasture. Due to cost and availability, our chickens do receive non-organically grown feed, but with no hormones or antibiotics, and are moved to fresh pasture 1–2 times daily.

Processing of all products is done by hand by local small family operations. Fresh products are available from June through October by pre-order. Frozen chicken, rabbit, and lamb are available year round. Call, write or e-mail for price and availability. We will ship, but love to have our customers visit to share the beauty of our farm.

Willow Springs Farm, Kate Pruitt and Dale Thomsen, 2169 Menchtown Road, Everett PA 15537. (814) 735-4557.
E-mail: willowsp@pennswoods.net


WindSwept Angus LLC - Our Grass Fed, Grass Finished Angus are raised with great care in Northeast Pennsylvania. We look to produceAGA the highest quality beef possible. Our cows are Grass Fed and Grass Finished. No steroids, growth hormones or enhancers of any type are ever used.

We raise our animals in a safe, clean and natural environment which produce healthy, happy cows and ensures the highest quality beef available.

We encourage you to call or visit our website for further information.

Windswept Angus, LLC. Steven Semkowicz, PO Box 101, East Smithfield PA 18817. (203) 803-7809.
Website: http://www.windsweptangus.com.


At Wyebrook Farm, we provide an alternative to the industrial food supply. By creating a diverse polyculture on our farm, we produce the healthiest animals and best food without the use of artificial fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, hormones or antibiotics.

We raise 100% grass fed beef. They graze on pasture for 9-10 months of the year using rotational grazing techniques. They spend 2-3 months in an open sided barn and are fed only hay.

Our pigs live 100% of the time in wooded areas and their feed consists of what they find in the woods along with some organic but mostly non-certified, non-GMO grains and roasted soybeans.

The sheep are 100% grass fed and graze with the cow herd. The goats occupy the same area as the pigs and eat brush along with a little of the grain provided for the pigs.

Our laying hens and broilers spend 100% of their time on pasture. We raise broilers on pasture from March until October only. The laying hens stay out all year. All poultry eat non-certified but non-GMO grains.

We believe that the only way to guarantee that the food you eat is healthy, safe and nutritious is to know the farmer who produced it. We sell the products of the farm from a historic barn on the farm so that our customers can see our animals and our farming practices. We encourage you to tour the farm and ask us questions.

By purchasing food from Wyebrook Farm, you support the local community and ensure that this part of Chester County retains the agricultural character that has made it one of the most productive and beautiful places in America.

Wyebrook Farm, Dean Carlson, 150 Wyebrook Road, Honeybrook PA (610) 942-7481.
E-mail: info@wyebrookfarm.com. Website: http://www.wyebrookfarm.com.

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