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8905 Kentucky 329
Crestwood, KY 40014

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Author: Maggie Keith

Bougie Grassfed Beef Hot Dogs

While cooking hotdogs on an open fire or grilling them alongside steaks and burgers is gratifying, I also love to think outside the box when it comes to our 100% grassfed beef hotdogs. The flavor profile is meditaerainian inspired, sophisticated enough to stand on their own while also kid friendly. Some of my favorite bougie […]

An ode to Grassfed Beef Hot dogs

 Celebrate Father’s Day with Hot Dogs! The perfect outdoor meal; Gather sticks, carve, and pop on one of our 100% grassfed beef hot dogs. A nutrient-dense, super simple, anytime-of-day meal. Hot dogs remind me of my dad. We didn’t eat them frequently, but when we did, it was always around an adventurous affair. Hot dogs […]

Keeping a Close Watch

I take great pride in raising animals that are given the utmost love and respect. We raise animals that are healthy for our farmland and our community. Earlier this year, we had a tough situation hit a portion of our herd. Twenty-eight of our steers and heifers (out of a herd of 475) that are […]

A Healthy Halloween

I will be the first to admit, I really missed growing a pumpkin patch this year filled with heirloom varieties good enough to be the centerpiece of a fall family meal or front porch display. Typically fall on the farm is filled with families picking pumpkins, a fall festival, and corn maze. However, this year, […]

Healthy Chicken Casserole

I love to make meals for friends and family. There is nothing more satisfying than dropping off dinner to a loved one. My go to meal has always been grassfed beef meatloaf and mashed potatoes. However, since Josh and Jared have been raising pastured chickens at Foxhollow Farm, I’ve been experimenting with making healthy chicken […]

4 Safe Outdoor Activities that Bring Connection

Connecting with nature has always been at the core of our mission. These past few months have been tough to say the least and connection has seemed more challenging than ever. Covid-19 has brought about a lot of anxiety, fear, and loneliness. Daily farm chores have kept us grounded- planting, harvesting, rotating cattle, watering pigs, […]

Tyson Foods Warns “The Food Supply is Breaking”

You may have seen the ad this weekend, or the headlines that followed. The pandemic has disrupted the U.S. food supply chain and will cause a meat shortage. This week, President Trump deployed the Defense Protection Act to force plants to reopen as “critical infrastructure.” I don’t think that’s necessary. I believe that local farmers […]

Sure Signs of Spring: Ramps

As the cold melts away, one of the first signs of spring in the forests at Foxhollow Farm are ramps, a delicious wild leek that pops up in the woodlands of Kentucky in early spring. You will spot these wild edibles’ tulip-like leafy greens growing in patches in shaded areas of the woods.  Ramps are […]

Better for the Animals, Better for You, Better for the Earth

Humane Farming We often think of biodynamic farming as chemical free, but did you know that biodynamic standards dictate farming is cruelty-free? Humane treatment of all farm animals is a requirement of biodynamic farming that is incredibly important, but often overlooked in articles on the methods. Biodynamic farming doesn’t look at animals as a means […]

Does Biodynamic Food Mean Healthy?

Soil Matters One of the major concerns of modern life is how we’ll feed the increasing number of people on our planet. Part of this concern comes from the depletion of soil nutrients due to ‘indiscriminate use of agro-chemicals over the past 5-6 decades,” which has “adversely affected soil fertility, crop productivity, produce quality and […]

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