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8905 Kentucky 329
Crestwood, KY 40014

Open: Mon-Fri: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Tel: (502) 241-9674

15 Miles north of Louisville, KY

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Eat Beef and Be Merry while giving back this Giving Tuesday. For every order placed this weekend, we'll donate two pounds of ground beef to Dare to Care's Mobile Food Pantry.
Eat Beef and Be Merry while giving back this Giving Tuesday. For every order placed this weekend, we'll donate two pounds of ground beef to Dare to Care's Mobile Food Pantry.
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Why Chicken Raised with Love Costs More

Why Chicken Raised with Love Costs More

Most of us are aware of the many benefits of eating pasture-raised chicken.  And we want to purchase chicken that spent its life in a healthy, happy setting- as opposed to the kind of tortured existence mass-produced poultry endure. However, chicken from industrial feeder farms continues to find its way onto our tables. Why? In […]

The Seed Chronicle Series – The Sweetest Spuds

Though we are still in the middle of the fall season, the blanket of snow we woke up to this weekend suggests that perhaps winter is closer than some of us might like. As the temperature drops, I start to crave those classic comfort foods: soups, stews, roasts, a perfectly seared steak and sweet potatoes.    […]

Beef & Pumpkin Lasagna

Fall is officially here! The leaves are falling, the days are rainy, and our Market is overflowing with squash from the end of summer. We're putting those blue hubbards to good use cooking up this Beef and Pumpkin Lasagna from The Farmer & The Foodie collaborator, Lindsey McClave! Serves 8 1lb Foxhollow ground beef 2 […]

Oh my GOURD! A Hubbard Squash Pie Recipe!

During this time of year markets and farms are brimming with gourds and squashes of all shapes and sizes. One such squash that I had never seen before is the humble, Hubbard squash.  This peculiar grayish blue squash is big and oddly shaped. Most Hubbards typically grow to a size of 5-30 pounds! These big […]

The Seed Chronicles Series – Glass Gem Popcorn

I’m often asked what makes an heirloom seed, “heirloom.”  Scientific designations notwithstanding, the single greatest thing that makes a seed an heirloom is the story behind the seed. I like to hold these seeds in my hand and think about the people who worked so diligently to create this unique little gem. People who recognized […]

3 Benefits of a Beef Share

It used to be commonplace for families to purchase a hog or cow from their neighbor farmers.  They’d store it away in the chest freezer and have a piece of mind knowing there was enough meat to last the entire year.  That fell by the wayside as large supermarkets, busier lifestyles and online stores became […]

Fall at Foxhollow Market

Our Hayrides and Happy Hour have brought great joy to the farm this fall. We savor seeing families pile onto our haywagon to enjoy the farm's fresh breeze, survey our hayfields, and sense the peace of the stones and valley view. The cattle can be shy sometimes, but the farm's serene beauty has been enough […]

Learnin’ Your Pumpkins 🎃

Our self-serve pumpkin patch is officially open dawk to dusk, seven days a week, until sell out! Celebrate the fall season by picking an heirloom pumpkin planted and grown right here at Foxhollow Farm. Below is a breakdown of the differences in this season's favorite gourds, so you can know exactly what pumpkin to pick […]

Bluebird Cottage School

By: Marybeth Legler Bluebird Cottage School is a preschool and Kindergarten for children ages 2-7. We are one big happy family in a one room schoolhouse, but luckily for us, we have the 1300 acres of beautiful Foxhollow Farm as our outdoor classroom. Bluebird Cottage School was founded in September of 2019 by Marybeth Legler. […]

Late Summer Ratatouille with Filet Mignon