Foxhollow Farm: This is the WHY

It’s barely 6am as the first tendrils of pink-tinged light break across dewey fields, illuminating spiderwebs suspended in the grass. The cattle wake, shaking out their legs to start their simple day of grazing the pastures. Birds have just responded […]

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A Complete Guide to Pavel’s Garden CSA in 2018

Pavel and his family lease 4 acres of land from Foxhollow as part of our Partner Grower program. Why do we have partner growers at Foxhollow? Lots of reasons: biodiversity, to heal the land, bring people together, and to share […]

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3 Ways Lamb Can Inspire Your Kitchen

With spring just around the corner, we’re getting so excited to try out some new lamb recipes. Make sure to reserve your half lamb HERE before we run out! We only process our lambs in the spring, and it’s just […]

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Heard It From the Herdsman: Lamb

You may be wondering — why do we have sheep on our Grassfed Beef farm? The answer is simple: biodiversity. Diversity is good for our soil, our grass, and our compost, plus it helps keep our herds disease free. We […]

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Beginner’s Guide to Foxhollow Lamb

What do you get if you cross an angry sheep and a moody cow? …. An animal that’s in a baaa-d mooo-d! All jokes aside, with spring lambs just around the corner, we thought it would be fun to sit […]

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Foxhollow Gift Guide

Let’s face it — every year around the holidays, you start looking for the perfect gift for someone who is just IMPOSSIBLE to shop for. Despite racking your brain for months trying to come up with present ideas, you somehow […]

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From Our Family To Yours

At Foxhollow Farm, we believe in the power of community. We believe that everyone deserves to know where their food comes from. We believe in bridging the gap between farmer and foodie. We believe in connecting you to our farm. […]

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Farming for Cleaner Air

Healthy Soil Healthy Air Healthy Earth At Foxhollow Farm, we are dedicated to the holistic practice of biodynamic farming. Biodynamic farming is centered around the belief that all aspects of the farm’s ecology are innately connected – healthy animals benefit […]

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