’Tis the season to dream of summer. Warm Saturday mornings at the farmer’s market, flowers and floppy hats, local art, fresh honey, and a fiddler in the background somewhere filling our spirits. Oh, what I would give for a sun-warmed tomato. While we are not bringing a farmer’s market to Foxhollow, this season we are investing in Curbside Pickup, […]
Happy Hygge Holidays!
A few years ago, I learned about the Danish word 'hygge' and thought: "Ah! That's the word I've been looking for!" I think it is one of the most perfect words. I've always strived to decorate spaces so that they evoke a certain feeling - my office, my kitchen, my porch - and I never knew […]
Celebrating 15 Years of Biodynamic Beef Farming!
On September 1st, our farm community gathered for a celebratory lunch on the Concert Lawn. Our meal was lovingly prepared by Sherry Hurley, whose successful catering business, Farm to Fork, launched fifteen years ago at Foxhollow, around the same time our first herd of cows arrived. After the meal, our Vision Holder, Janey, said a few […]
Foxhollow Delivery – We’ll Meat You There
Some of my best memories are from the end-of-summer-break beach trip my family always took to North Carolina. It was always the best part of summer, sinking my toes in the sand and forgetting about my back to school worries. We recently went on a beach trip, earlier this summer, and it was so great […]
Farm Dads do it best!
Meet our farm Dad's! From incessant Dad jokes to hay rides, we are grateful to have so many Dad's make up our family run farm. Josh Father of 4 Children, 400 Chickens, 3 dogs, and 1 cat Role on Farm: Chicken Maven and all around right-hand man (Skile’s Day One) Favorite thing to grill: Loves […]
The Return Of Summer Picnics
As we head into summer, and covid news gets better for US residents, we can begin thinking about small gatherings with people outside our household. Summer picnics and barbeques are a realistic option this year. More than 40% of the country have recieved at least one vaccine shot. Plus, the new CDC recently released new […]
Foxhollow’s Stone Circle
Have you ever wondered how the Foxhollow Stonehenge came to be? I know when I first saw the stones, I wondered what the purpose of the large stone pillars were. Was it merely an art installation or did the stones and the symbols carved into them have a deeper meaning? The artist behind the stones, […]
Signs of Spring on the Farm
Spring at the farm is a truly magical time. After a long, hard winter, it's such a joy to see familiar, smiling faces again in the fields. The flower girls are waiting for their tulips to pop any moment, Pavel is harvesting wintered vegetables, Jared and Josh are getting ready for their first shipment of […]
Foxhollow Partners with YesChef and Chef Ed Lee
Looking for tips to cook the perfect steak? We are excited to announce that we have partnered with Chef Ed Lee and YesChef to bring you a steak cooking experience like never before! Watch as Ed Lee talks about his love for Louisville, his origins in cooking, and how to grill a delicious Foxhollow Farm […]
A Healthy Halloween
I will be the first to admit, I really missed growing a pumpkin patch this year filled with heirloom varieties good enough to be the centerpiece of a fall family meal or front porch display. Typically fall on the farm is filled with families picking pumpkins, a fall festival, and corn maze. However, this year, […]