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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Introducing Foxhollow Delivery

After months of talking with our customers and meditating on Foxhollow’s mission, I am excited to introduce Foxhollow Delivery. Foxhollow Delivery is the easiest way to get Foxhollow Farm’s 100% Grassfed Beef right to your front door. With selections of […]

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IT’S CALVING SEASON AT FOXHOLLOW FARM

7 Questions with Foxhollow Farm’s Head Herdsman, Derek Lawson This month we sat down with Derek Lawson, Foxhollow Farm’s head herdsman and Edible Louisville’s 2016 “Favorite Farmer,” to talk about Spring at the farm and learn about calving. What are […]

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2017 Sunset Concert Series Lineup Release

Foxhollow Farm Welcomes a Fresh, Local Lineup of Artists Our fourth Sunset Concert Series is upon us!  The concert grounds are thawing, birds are singing and life is beginning to grow again in the hillsides and pastures of Foxhollow Farm.  […]

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Eat Less Beef…We Mean It.

Everyone should eat less meat. It sounds strange, coming from a grassfed beef farm. But a willingness to look at the whole picture of sustainability is essential to who we are at Foxhollow Farm. Our proprietors call themselves “Land Stewards” […]

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Our Local Hero

One of the most important pieces of advice we pass on to people who call us is to know your farmer. That’s important for a few reasons. Firstly, it means you’re buying local. Secondly, it gives you a chance to […]

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