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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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Safe Local Food Grows

You may have heard about Chipotle Mexican Grill’s recent food safety episode.  Chipotle is one of few national chains that choose to source locally, reject GMOs, and strive for “Food with Integrity.”  That is why it is so heartbreaking that, while there is no evidence linking these illnesses to locally sourced ingredients, Chipotle’s commitment to […]

Vote Yes on December 29th

Foxhollow Farm in Crestwood has been in my family for four generations. In May 2007, I decided to move to the farm and immersed myself in the land and farm culture. I had always found comfort in nature; hiking in the woods and digging in the dirt. Pretty soon, I was hooked, and my previous […]

The Winter Path

The Earth takes a very specific journey throughout the seasons of the year. Rudolf Steiner, the founder of biodynamic agriculture, describes this journey as a gradual breathing out, followed by a slow in breath. He is speaking of the movement of the focused vitality or life force of the earth. In early spring the outward […]

Heritage Turkey Brining Recipe

We welcome you to support local farmers and enjoy a heritage Turkey this season! These old fashion birds are raised on pasture, with plenty of grass and sunshine. Their juicy, rich flavor is outstanding but, they do need to be cooked differently than their modern, mega-farmed counterparts. You are probably familiar with the standard large-breasted […]

Birds Should Be Birds

In honor of the Thanksgiving Holiday, we took the opportunity to profile our Partner Growers, Matt and Hillary Sargent. Matt and Hillary are the farmers behind Roots Underwood, a soil to community wellness business at Foxhollow. They raise a variety of herbs, produce and pastured animals, including turkeys. Matt and Hillary got started with turkeys […]

Welcoming Maryhurst to Foxhollow Farm

The second Saturday of October, Foxhollow Farm opens the gate to thousands of visitors at our Annual Fall Festival. Many people know that this Festival is a vehicle to raise funds for Maryhurst and Foxhollow’s outreach.  Over the past 6 years, we have been able to donate nearly $60,000 to Maryhurst. The funds go toward […]

Red Noodle Beans with Sesame Seeds

Early September is an exciting time to be at Foxhollow as the farm slowly transitions to fall. The mornings start out cool and crisp, making the country air that much more enjoyable. Our head herdsman, Derek, works around the clock, moving cattle to lush summer pastures while cutting, raking, and bailing hay for the herd’s […]

Foxhollow Lamb Burger

One week after 9/11, I boarded a plane for London to pursue a post-graduate degree. It was a strange time to be living abroad. I left my own country when U.S. Patriotism was at its peak, and was quickly surprised by the unpopularity of the US everywhere else. I had to explain multiple times that […]

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 […]

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