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Foxhollow Farm
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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German Red Garlic

July is the time of year when I come home smelling of garlic no matter how many times I scrub my hands with Sage Botanical’s Gardener’s Soap. Last October, Christopher and I filled one of the Kitchen Garden raised beds with 50 German Red Garlic seeds. As the crisp smell of Fall breezed passed us, […]

Community Raised Beef

On a cold morning in February 2009, I was at a National Grass Fed Beef luncheon, enjoying a slice of meatloaf, scalloped potatoes, and collard greens. I had the pleasure of sitting next to a fourth generation cattleman from Georgia, Will Harris. Harris, of White Oak Pastures, recently received accolades in the New York Times […]

100% Bluegrass-Fed Beef: Freshly Frozen & Just Butchered

At Foxhollow Farm we process our bluegrass-fed cattle once a month. To increase tenderness and flavor, we age the sides of beef for two weeks. After two weeks, the butchers at Memphis Meat Processing get to work. At this family business, generations work side-by-side meticulously cutting the meat into steaks and roasts, or freshly grinding […]

Squash the Squash! Recipe: Butternut Squash Cornmeal Cakes

Spring has arrived and my mouth waters when I think about a fresh salad of shaved carrots and quick pickled ramps atop a bed of baby spinach leaves. The crisp, colorful produce of spring is new and exciting but if you really want to support our local farmers, now is the time to buy up […]

Deep appreciation and gratitude to the Partner Growers at Foxhollow Farm

If you know about Foxhollow Farm, you probably know Pavel Ovechkin, who was our first “Partner Grower”. Pavel arrived at Foxhollow Farm in 2007 and since that time, he’s become the poster child for synergistic partnership in our biodynamic community. He would most likely hate me bragging too much about him so I will keep […]

Popcorn in Winter

For the past two years I have grown a popcorn patch of a variety called Robust Popcorn. In Autumn, I watched in wonder as a few kernels of popcorn I’d planted in May magically turned into a kelly green corn patch that glistened in the sunset. As the leaves turned golden brown and the ears […]

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