Connecting with nature has always been at the core of our mission. These past few months have been tough to say the least and connection has seemed more challenging than ever. Covid-19 has brought about a lot of anxiety, fear, and loneliness. Daily farm chores have kept us grounded- planting, harvesting, rotating cattle, watering pigs, […]
We Want to Say Thank You!
We're grateful for the support we've received since the beginning of COVID-19. Serving our neighbors the sustainable, healthy food that we raise has always been our mission and goal. As some of you know, our Beef Shares and some of our à la carte cuts are on backorder until the Spring of 2021. As we […]
It’s Time to Liver It Up!
Lets Talk About Beef Liver Were you forced to eat liver as a child and hate it with every fiber of your being? Good, this article is for you. Let’s reintroduce you to your new(old) best friend. I’m here to make you a be(liver)! Today on the blog, we’re going to talk all things liver~ […]
Making Grateful Meaningful during COVID-19
People keep calling this the new normal but it’s not. It is a short blip in our lives. But as anyone who's been through a life-changing event can tell you, it’s not how long the moment lasts, it’s how the moment changes you. Over the past two months, I’ve been through a ton of emotions, […]
Tyson Foods Warns “The Food Supply is Breaking”
You may have seen the ad this weekend, or the headlines that followed. The pandemic has disrupted the U.S. food supply chain and will cause a meat shortage. This week, President Trump deployed the Defense Protection Act to force plants to reopen as “critical infrastructure.” I don’t think that’s necessary. I believe that local farmers […]
Nourishing and Rebalancing During COVID-19
Nourishing in “the New Normal” Many people are calling this time “the new normal.” It makes sense. We’ve made swift changes and begun adapting to them. Schools who have never offered non-traditional instruction have had to come up with a plan fast. People who’ve never worked from home are trying Zoom meetings and new project […]
Sustaining During COVID-19
This pandemic has led me to think a lot about the word “sustain.” We often think of a farm as “sustainable” or hear that a victim “sustained” an injury, but the word has three distinct meanings. It amazed me how different each meaning is, and yet how each spoke powerfully about the experience we’re all […]
Finding Value During COVID-19
Crisis could be defined as a moment in time that shakes us to our foundation and forces us to come face to face with asserted values versus values in action. It is a time that asks, “what matters to you?”, and requires our immediate and most honest answer. In a crisis we don’t get a […]
Curbside Pickup @ Foxhollow Farm
Curbside is here! How does it work, you ask? Here’s our foolproof guide: 1: Order online here. 2: WE will call YOU when your order is ready for pickup! 3: Call (502)797-0005 when you are on your way or in our round about. 4.We will set your order in our curbside “Beef Hut” and we ask […]
NOT ALL COWS ARE COWS… WHAT?
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 […]