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
A Dozen Eggs, LLC is a small family-run
farm. We sell eggs from our hundreds of pasture raised chickens,
all raised at the farm since they were several days old.
The chickens leave their coop in the morning and
come back to sleep at night. All of the new chicks coming to the farm
are shipped as day-old chicks so no other poultry is introduced. Humane
animal treatment, No hormones, no antibiotics.
We have a wide variety of local products, jams,
jellies, cheeses, seasonal fruits, and grass-fed beef from a local
USDA Organic farm.
We are 10 minutes from Brunswick, Maryland and
10 minutes from Charles Town, West Virginia. We sell onsite and deliver
to parts of Great Falls, Sterling, Reston, Herndon, Lansdown, Ashburn,
and Leesburg. Delivery fee may apply.
A Dozen Eggs, LLC., Belinda Moh, 37938
Charles Town Pike, Purcellville, Virginia 20132-2931. (703) 829-2317.
Back Creek Bend Farm provides quality grass-fed beef and chicken.
Our beef and chicken are rotationally grazed
on pasture. The cattle have their hay and grass diet supplemented with
a beet pulp/molasses mixture at no more than a 1/2 lb. per head/per day.
We also provide antibiotic and hormone-free pork that is not pastured.
We strongly believe in the ethical treatment of our
animals and are proud to rescue them and our customers from feedlots!
We are only about 1.5 hours west of Washington, DC and Baltimore. Our
customers pick up our products on specified delivery dates.
Our farm is historically significant, having once
been a tavern that George Washington visited, and you are welcome to
look around and enjoy the history and beauty around you.
Please contact John Gonano for more information.
Back Creek Bend Farm, John Gonano. (304) 582-9357. Hedgesville,
Cedar Dawn Farm rests in agricultural
Monroe County, West Virginia. Our
family oriented operation was established in 2000. We currently
raise meat goats, primarily boer/kiko crosses as well as beef cattle
that we purchase as yearlings from a local producer. In keeping
with an all natural approach, we only use medications or wormers to
correct health issues. Our meat animals are rotationally grazed
on browse and pasture; not fed corn or grain.
are a licensed meat distributor and work with a local federally inspected
meat processing facility to ensure product quality and to supply our
customers with high quality, custom ordered cuts of meat. We typically
have ground beef as well as a variety of steaks and roasts as well
as goat in the freezer.
We ship anywhere in the continental
US year-round and deliver to Charleston, WV weekly July-October and
Cedar Dawn Farm, Rachel or Mike Moran, Rt 1, Box
WV 24910. (304) 772-4071.
Cooney Creek Farm is a 250 acre family farm
nestled in the hills of Lawrence County, Ohio. We are located in Wheelersburg, Ohio, 100 miles south of Columbus; 30 miles from Huntington, WV; 20 miles from Ashland, KY. The name comes from
the largest stream going through the farm.
Cooney Creek is the
outlet for 27,000 acres of National Forest land that borders us
on three sides. The land has been farmed since the early 1700s
to produce meat, dairy, fruit and crops for local consumption.
Corn and soybean, beef, pork and turkeys were the main products
until Jim and Cindy Yancy purchased the land in 1996 for Quarter
Horses and free range chickens. The years of creating more grassland
and developing mountain springs to supply stock have seen the operation
focus on holistic, sustainable practices.
We now have a few good
horses who graze along with our beef herd. Red Devon genetics have
been used since the first cow was AI’d
by Cindy and are the basis for our gentle, thrifty cattle. Our
herd is now Red Devon influenced and registered Red Devon. Hair
sheep were introduced this year and will eventually be integrated
as part of our multi-species grazing plan. Each year we get closer
to our goal of year round grazing. Our stock thrive on natural
forages and are supplemented only with hay and minerals. Only emergent
care medicines are used to treat injury. We are not certified organic
but follow many organic practices. We do embrace sustainable and
holistic principles and have where selected as Outstanding NRCS
Cooperators of the year.
Processing is done at a USDA facility and beef
is dry aged for at least 14 days, cut to customer order, clear
vacuum-wrapped and quick frozen. We sell by the cut, halves and
whole beef.Beef consistently grades at high select
to low choice, providing wonderful eating. Discover for yourself
what beef was like prior to industrialization.
Farm visits are welcome with an appointment.
We will be granting hunting leases in the future for deer, turkey.
Call to place your order
or for more information.
Cooney Creek Farm, Jim and Cindy Yancy, 2049
State Route 522, Pedro OH 45659. (740) 532-8988.
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: http://www.cooneycreekfarm.com (under construction).
Deer Run Sheep Farm is located in the Potomac
Highlands of eastern West Virginia. We specialize in hardy, easy-care
sheep with beautiful fleeces.
We raise our sheep as kindly and naturally as possible,
using no growth hormones or antibiotics. The sheep have free access to
a barn, but prefer to spend most of their time in the pastures, either
grazing or dozing under the trees in the fresh West Virginia mountain
air. We sell fiber from our sheep, as well as grass-fed lamb.
We have a limited number of pasture raised lambs
available each summer. Please contact us for more info.
Deer Run Sheep Farm, Martha McGrath, HC 72, Box 14D
Lough Road, Franklin
WV 26807. (304) 358-2239.
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 minutes from the West Virginia border. 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.
Evensong Farm is a 132 acre farm located in historic Sharpsburg Maryland. We are proud to offer 100% Grass Fed Beef, Woodland Raised Pork and Pasture Range Chicken and Eggs.
Our beef herd is built upon the Red Devon breed, is raised strictly on pasture and hay from our farm, is processed in a Certified Humane facility and is then aged for 18-21 days. Our hogs are primarily Old Spots (with a bit of Berkshire blood mixed in) and are raised on our pastures and in our woods. We give our hogs a custom mixed feed ration that is a balanced mixture of grains and Fertrell Minerals (no medications or antibiotics). They are also processed at a Certified Humane facility where we also make a large variety of sausages for sale. We raise Poulet Rouge and Cornish Cross Chickens for meat and have a multi breed laying flock. Our poultry is raised on pasture within moveable fields and open shelters. We process our poultry both on farm and, occasionally, at a USDA facility.
We only offer our meats in “retail cuts” and do not sell animals by the whole or half. We offer an Egg CSA, a Chicken CSA and a Meat CSA to our customers. Please come and visit our website for more information on our farm.
We are located in Washington County Maryland, and serve Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Washington, DC.
Farmers Markets: Silver Spring FreshFarm Market, Ellsworth Dr, Saturdays from 9-1, Silver Spring Maryland. Penn Quarter FreshFarm Market, 8th St NW, Thursdays from 3-7, Washington DC.
Evensong Farm, Julie Stinar, 18502 Burnside Bridge Road, Sharpsburg MD 21782. (301) 491-2224.
E-mail: email@example.com. Website: http://www.evensong-farm.com.
Fresh and Local CSA is a family farm located
in Shepherdstown, West Virginia. We are located a few miles from Antietam
Battlefield, from Harpers Ferry, West Virginia and from the Potomac
River. We raise all natural grass fed beef, humanely raised rose
veal (milk and meadow beef) and spring lamb (pregnant
and lactating ewes do receive a portion of grain, but not the lambs
themselves). We raise heritage hogs on
pasture with supplementation with local grains and biodynamic produce.
We sell pastured eggs from
heritage breeds. We are also a biodynamic vegetable CSA.
We use registered Dexter cattle and Dexter/Angus
cross. Our sheep are Katahdin sheep. We grow and raise our animals with
the biodynamic methods. We use no antibiotics, no hormones, no vaccines,
and no artificial wormers. We fertilize with compost. We raise our animals
on lush nutrient-dense, high BRIX grass.
We offer individual cuts, along with 1/4, 1/2, or whole. We ship. We
enjoy working with restaurants. Our processing is done by a USDA certified
Fresh and Local CSA, Allan Balliett, PO Box 3047,
WV 25443. (306) 876-3382.
Hillyrock Farm is a small family farm that
direct-markets its natural, grass finished beef in the form
- “Hillyrock Steerburger” ground beef of the whole animal,
including 60% of the prime cuts, and
- Freezer Beef: whole, side and split side of beef that families store
in their freezer for year-round meals.
Hillyrock Farm is operated by Bob and Diane Browning
with support and guidance from master farmer and neighbor, Ralph Warren,
Jr. Hillyrock is located in a savannah in the Greenbrier Valley—the
high and lush valley in the Allegheny Mountain range of West Virginia—on
grassland that is rich in minerals and fed with a mountain spring. The
farm has been in operation for over 200 years and is listed on the National
Register of Historic Places.
Our farm practices for grass finishing cattle rely
on long-standing best practices as well as on adaption to current and
tested agricultural science; fortunately the two most often are the same.
Our cattle are free of growth hormones, antibiotics and are raised
and fattened on grass. We process our meat at a family run abattoir
that is WV Dept. of Agriculture and USDA inspected.
We make weekly deliveries to Charleston, May-October,
and bi-weekly deliveries November-April.
Hillyrock Farm, Bob and Diane Browning, HC 34, Box
Lane, Lewisburg WV 24901. (304) 497-2748.
Mike Pierson Farm is
a small, family-owned farm which has been in our family since 1891.
We raise Angus cross cattle that are grazed on mountain top grasses
in central West Virginia.
We raise healthy, grass-fed beef using no
growth hormones or low-level antibiotics. We use rotational grazing and
harvest our own hay. We sell both petite beef (less than one year old)
and grass finished beef (about 18 months old), both of which are very
We sell mainly sides and whole beef and occasionally
Our beef is processed in a local, state-inspected
facility. The beef is aged 14 days, cut to customer specifications, vacuum
sealed, and then frozen.
Your beef order can be picked up at the processor
or our farm, or can be delivered within a 150-mile radius for a fee.
Mike Pierson Farm, Mike Pierson, 2709
Blue Knob Road, Maysei WV 25133. (304) 587-2318.
Farm is 160 acres of rolling hills in Calhoun County, WV.
Purchased as a 100-year-old rundown homestead, we are slowly restoring
our land naturally. Through rotational grazing of our Dexter cattle,
goats, and pastured chickens and turkeys, we hope
to bring balance and fertility back to our pastures.
Broilers are available beginning in June and until
early fall. A limited number of turkeys are raised for Thanksgiving.
Though we are still in the herd building stage for our Dexter cattle,
grass fed beef and registered stock is occasionally available.
Since we are a small and still growing farm, we
advise you to call or e-mail to see what we have currently available,
or to schedule a visit. We invite you to come grow with us!
Misty Mountain Farm, Michael and Diana Austin, 5293
Left Fork Creek Road, Grantsville
WV 26147. (304) 354-9001.
Mon Valley Farms, LLC is a small group of
family farmers that have come together to sell all natural beef from
the Mon River Valley area. We have chosen not to use any added growth-stimulating
hormones or antibiotics, so you and your family can enjoy beef that
is free from chemical residues.
Our livestock are pasture-raised on nutritious grasses,
hay, and their mother's milk, and harvested at a younger
"petite" age. This allows you to enjoy smaller, high quality
cuts that are naturally lower in fat. Our beef is processed in a local
USDA inspected plant and comes to you quick-frozen and vacuum-packed
in heavy plastic to ensure your dining pleasure while at the same time
having an excellent storage life.
We are also proud that we have adopted low impact,
sustainable farming practices—like streamside fencing and rotational
grazing. While Mon Valley Farms, LLC is raising top quality beef, we
are also raising a more positive outlook for farm families who want to
maintain their rural life style and economic viability.
Mon Valley Farms, LLC, Dave Eddy or Gordon Lawson,
37 Hidden Valley Road, Morgantown
Parting Ridge Farm is a small, family owned
farm located on both sides of the WV/VA border, a little over two hours
from WDC. Our farm has been in the family over 100 years. We provide
grassfed beef and lamb for pickup in the fall at our
processor in Harrisonburg, VA (near I-81).
Our Angus beef is sold by the front quarter, hind
quarter, or half.
Lamb orders requiring Halal food standards are welcome. All orders
are custom cut and wrapped, then frozen.
As grassfarmers, we believe in sustainable agriculture,
low-impact farming, streamside fencing, and rotational grazing. We have
been providing meat direct to the consumer for over twenty years. We
use no growth hormones or routine antibiotics. Our cattle are raised
gently, at the foot of a mountain in lush, green, chemical-free meadows
rich with nature. Our lambs are raised on a separate local farm with
the same practices.
We are now accepting orders for pickup in the fall.
Please visit our website for pricing and more information.
Parting Ridge Farm, Kent and Lisa Shipe, 2655 Crab
Run Road, Mathias,
WV 26812. (304) 897-5136.
Ridge View Farm, located near Parkersburg,
WV on the Ohio border, provides natural grass-finished beef and veal (pasture
raised). The animals eat forage and our own hay and are never given
growth hormones or processed feeds.
Our farm is a WV Grasslands Demonstration Farm, managed
organically using management intensive grazing practices. We operate
under a soil conservation plan and a forest stewardship plan. We welcome
visitors and have hosted many grazing events and field days.
The cattle are Murray Grey breed from Australia.
They have an excellent calm personality and are known for their ability
to provide quality meat on grass. Murray Greys have won the Australian
taste test trial 8 out of the past 10 years.
We sell packaged frozen beef—85% lean burger
by the pound, steaks, roasts, and liver. We also sell bulk beef and veal.
We have retail and commercial food licenses and on the farm freezer storage.
The meat is delivered in the Parkersburg WV area or may be picked up
at the farm. Call for an appointment.
Ridge View Farm, Suzanne or James Dietz, 1260 Keller
WV 26187. (304) 375-4989.
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Website: http://www.ridgeviewfarmbeef.com.
Sarver Heritage Farm was established in
1951 on 250 acres of beautiful rolling hills in the Organ Cave area
of WV. Current stewards Robert & Jewell Doering are the third generation
of Sarvers to raise beef cattle on this land. Our Farmland Preservation
Easement assures we won't be the last.
Our cattle are born, raised and finished here. We can tell you how
each of our animals have spent their entire lives. They eat only grass,
either from pasture or our own grass hay. We practice rotational grazing
to maintain fertile, lush pastures, working closely with USDA and NRCS
to assure the health of the land as well as the cattle.
We treat our cattle humanely and with respect. Many actually enjoy
(demand) a good scratching when we check on them daily. With pastures
ranging from 10 to 50 acres, they have plenty of room to move about
and do what they do best. They receive no hormones, no fed antibiotics
nor any supplement other than access to free choice trace mineral salt.
They are harvested at 18 to 29 months of age, providing tender and
full flavored beef.
Our goal is to produce the highest quality natural beef while being
competitive with the grocer's meat counter prices. We feel that natural,
healthy, safe food should cost less when purchased directly from the
Our beef is processed at a small, family-owned USDA certified and Animal
Welfare Approved facility, where it is dry aged for 21 days before
being cut, vacuum packed and frozen.
We sell individual cuts, split sides, sides and whole beef. Our steaks
are cut 1.5" thick; cuts and ground beef are available at the
farm year 'round. We prefer to sell locally and offer free delivery
(up to 50 miles on split sides or more).
Sarver Heritage Farm, Robert & Jewell Doering,
3220 Seneca Trail South, RR2 Box 285, Ronceverte
WV 24970. (304) 647-5482.
Shagbark Mountain Cattle is a 125-acre farm
located in Petersburg, WV, with our main office in Knoxville, MD, across
the river from historic Harpers Ferry, WV. We raise Simental and Angus
cattle on broome and orchard grass, naturally without hormones or chemical
Our meat is USDA inspected and vacuum packed for
freshness by a small, family-run butcher shop. We offer whole beef at $4.00/pound, half-beef at $4.50/pound, and one-quarter beef (split-side)
at $5.00/pound. This is based on hanging weight and cut to your specifications.
This price includes processing and is available year-round.
We also offer baby beef. Our baby beef weighs between
500 – 700 pounds in weight. We sell it by the hanging weight and it
is sold in wholes. Price includes processing – $5.00/pound. We are
also taking orders for pasture veal – $6.00/pound hanging weight.
We also have milk-fed pastured pork at $575.00
per whole hog including processing. Our pastured poultry is
$2.25 per pound for whole birds and $2.50 per pound cut up. We now have beef hotdogs, Lebanon
and Sweet bologna, and beef snack sticks—all made with low
We also have home made Jersey milk soap. Made with
lots of fresh Jersey milk, various oils and several lovely scents.
They make great gifts. Soap is $4.50 a bar. We can ship soap also.
Please call for prices.
Please e-mail or call is us with any questions
or for more information or order forms. You can find us at the West
Market at 110 Baughman's Lane on Saturdays.
Shagbark Mountain Cattle, John Sexton Jr. or Laura
Kaetzel Road, Knoxville MD 21758. (301) 834-9808.
Swift Level's rolling 152
acres are located just outside of Lewisburg in Greenbrier County. Family
farming in southern WV since 1843, we have a love of land and animals.
Our Angus steers are born "across
the fence" on our neighbor's farm where we watch them grow and
play with their herd on free pasture grazing and hay. They come "through
the gate" to us at 10–12 months of age where we finish them
on the same familiar grasses until they have naturally matured to their
individual finished weight, between 20–27 months. The steers
move about freely on well managed pastures, have abundant flowing clean
spring water, and are supplemented only with organic kelp and
necessary supported minerals for balanced health. Thoughtful
and wise animal husbandry practices insure our animals have the best
life we can offer them. We are in compliance with a USDA/NRCS organic
land certification program. All streams,springs and woodlands
We use a small, family run USDA, Animal Welfare
Approved abattoir. It is vitally important to us that slaughter is
done thoughtfully and carefully. Our
beef dry-hangs for a minimum of 30 days. All packaging is vacuum sealed.
Tag numbers are imprinted to trace each package of beef from birth
to consumer. This delicious beef sells by the cut, no order too
small or too large! We process year round and ship direct all
over the country.
To order: Please visit our website for
cut and price listing, updated weekly
Swift Level, Jennifer Jones, Route 22 Box 269,
Herns Mill Road, Lewisburg
WV 24901. (304) 661-6777.
The Watts Farm is located in Gandeeville,
West Virginia on a 100-acre farm free from pollution of any kind—just
clean air and natural spring water.
We offer our Natural grass fed/finished VEAL Beef animals
to anyone that appreciates natural food. Contact me in advance so I can
prepare for your order (Spring for Fall delivery). I sell by the whole
animal by weight and you decide how you want it prepared. Shipping
is extra, but you can pick it up if you desire.
HOW DO WE DO THIS;
- We protect our streams and other natural water
- We manage the grazing pattern of our animals to
enhance the growth of the pasture, the health of the land, and the
nutritional value of our products.
- In winter, we feed the animals stored grasses.
- We do not confine our animals.
- Only natural organic practices are used here.
- We only provide quality natural grass fed animals
Watts Farm, Mike Watts, 990 Vicars
Ridge, Gandeeville WV 25243. (304) 577-9389.
Farm produces grass-finished MOUNTAIN PASTURED BEEF. Our beautiful
mountain farm is located near Grassy
Meadows in Greenbrier County, WV. We market our beef in
the Maryland suburbs of Washington, D.C.
Our Black Angus steers are finished for 5-6 months
on our farm's rich grass and clover pastures, supplemented only with
a natural kelp mineral mix. We feed no hormones, antibiotics, steroids,
animal byproducts, GM feeds, or grain. We lead the animals to fresh pastures
every one to three days. We do not send them to feedlots. Our steers
are processed by a respected, family-owned, custom slaughterhouse in
Lewisberg, WV. We believe in managing our animals gently and our pastures
organically, for the optimum health of our environment, our animals,
and our consumers.
In winter and spring, MOUNTAIN PASTURED BEEF is
available in 10–12 lb. mixed-cut sampler packets and/or 2 lb. (8
patties) hamburger packs. In summer we invite advance orders for custom-butchered
halves or split halves (quarters) for fall delivery. All our meat is
USDA inspected, aged for at least 2 weeks, and flash frozen.
For ordering details, see our West Wind Farm website: http://www.holdridge.org/wwf or
contact Martha Holdridge:
Telephone (301) 229-2813.