Most of us have gone our whole life thinking the term ‘cow’ represents all cattle - we’re wrong. Today we’re going to breakdown the difference between a heifer, a cow, a bull, and a steer. Let’s start with the ladies first; a heifer is a female that has never had a calf. Once she […]
Fall on the Farm
Fall is a great time to settle back and reflect. Foxhollow Farm welcomes fall visitors who are looking to reconnect with themselves or with mother nature. Below are a list of some of our favorite ways to unwind during fall on the farm! Visit our pumpkin patch during October and pick your pumpkin! Nothing says […]
The Amazon is burning – but maybe the answer isn’t to stop eating meat.
“Whether we or our politicians know it or not, nature is party to all of our deals and decisions, and she has more votes, a longer memory, and a sterner sense of justice than we do" - Wendell Berry As stewards of the land, we have vowed to help speak for the earth and those […]
Getting into the Back to School Routine
Summer is coming to an end and it’s time to return to back to school mornings. For the first time, as a parent, I’m part of the back to school rush. My son is almost 3 and starting his first school year. I’m new to this whole ‘end of summer’ thing and already starting to […]
4th of July Party Ideas #farmlife style
100% Grassfed Beef burgers, and of course a killer playlist inspired by our Sunset Concert Series. Below are our top five ways to celebrate the 4th of July farm style. Feeling too cool for British rule? Forget those lame pork hot dogs, try our all beef hotdogs. The hardworking farmers here at Foxhollow, as well […]
Buying a Whole, Half, and Quarter Cow
Ever wonder what goes into buying a whole cow? How does buying a whole cow work? How long will the beef last and do I have room in my freezer? Here at Foxhollow Farm, we are building a business model that will last for generations and is best for us as farmers, our farmland, and […]
Why 100% Grassfed Beef Matters
If you’ve tried or wanted to try grassfed beef, but don’t understand how it’s better for you, this is the post for you. First, let’s define “grassfed.” Technically, all cattle are fed grass for part of their life. Cattle were designed to eat and digest grass, but many farms use grain feed to […]
What do you call a sheep who likes to tell jokes?
……… A EWE-MORIST! Dad joke aside, it is lambing time at Foxhollow! I sat down with our herdsman, Derek to gain some fun facts about our flock. HOW MANY SHEEP GRAZE ON FOXHOLLOW PASTURES? We have 23 ewes (Mama’s) and one ram on the farm. Each ewe can give birth to […]
My First Beef Bundle Experience
The first Foxhollow Farm steer we processed was in the fall of 2006. I was in college in Boone, North Carolina at the time. While finishing up my senior year, I was deep in the research and development stage of a business plan to market and sell Foxhollow Farm’s 100% Grassfed Beef. My Mom and […]
We want to SHARE THE LOVE with you.
At Foxhollow Farm, we believe in the power of community. We believe that everyone deserves to know where their food comes from. We believe in connecting you to our farm. Our Beef Share bundles allow you to enjoy our 100% Grassfed Beef right from the farm — from our family to yours. You can purchase 1/8, 1/4, 1/2 or whole share of beef to feed […]