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Heather Mattingly
Nature Trail Foxhollow Farm

Along the Nature Trail

Our nature trail is a farm favorite year round, but my favorite time to go down the winding trail is during the summer months. The tree canopy offers a break from the beating sun while you walk through a sea of green. From Ash trees to Ebony Jewelwing, the biodiversity is astounding. Here are my favorite plants, insects, and trees along the trail: I love to look for Pawpaw’s on the trail! This Kentucky native is found in forests as an understory tree. It’s a small tree species that some would even consider a shrub! The oblong leaves are hard...

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Maggie Keith
Grassfed Hot Dogs Foxhollow Farm

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 hot dog iterations, that I know would cause my dad to chuckle, are; Diced and sauteed with farm fresh eggs and salsa. Thin sliced lengthwise, griddled, and topped with avocado and diced bell peppers. Chopped, pan fried, and sprinkle atop a salad. Gather your dogs,...

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Maggie Keith
beef hot dogs foxhollow farm

An ode to Beef Hot dogs

Celebrate Father’s Day with Beef 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 would appear while tailgating at a University of Kentucky football game, grilling out with our extended family, or roasting over a campfire before tucking into our cozy tent. I must say my dad is more of a ribeye guy these days. However, he has...

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Maggie Keith
Foxhollow Farm Keeping a close watch

Keeping a Close Watch

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 to be finished and processed in 2021 and the first quarter of 2022 came down with pneumonia. Our head herdsman, Derek, noticed it immediately and took all the necessary precautions. We separated out the sick animals and kept a close watch....

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