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Crestwood, KY 40014

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V Day, My Way!

V Day, My Way I love love! And I love celebrating it. I’m not just talking about the mushy Hallmark movie love; but the quiet-strength-cozy-feeling-unconditional-support that comes from the everyday love of friends, family, sweet pets, and sometimes even coworkers (here’s to you my Foxy Fam!). All of this to say, Valentines Day has become […]

“My heart is strong again, thanks to a cow!”

Audrey’s Story It was a typical Friday at Foxhollow when I received the COOLEST email ever… “A friend of mine, Audrey Smith, recently had an aortic valve replacement that saved her life. The valve she received came from a cow's heart . Since then, we have celebrated her recovery by honoring beef hearts as a […]

Is Grassfed Beef Healthier than Fake Meat?

I’ve been concerned and disturbed by the buzz around fake meat. Fake meat is not the answer to the environmental and nutritional devastation we are facing. Fake meat is not an alternative that is best for our farmland or you and your loved ones wanting to eat healthy food.  We need to eat less meat, […]

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 […]

The Best Gifts for Father’s Day

One of my jobs growing up was to light the charcoal chimney before my dad got home from work. My dad is a grill master – or at least he is in my eyes. Every time I smell a grill being started I think of my dad and the conversations we would have on the […]

3 Benefits of a Beef Share

It used to be commonplace for families to purchase a hog or cow from their neighbor farmer.  They’d store it away in the chest freezer and have a piece of mind knowing there was enough meat to last the entire year.  That fell by the wayside as large supermarkets, busier lifestyles and online stores became […]

Top Chef Filming is Over, but Hope is Growing

The thing I love about gardening is there is always more to grow and more to learn - kind of like life. Sometimes it can seem like values that are important to me like chemical free, farm raised food have reached as many people as they are going to.   One of the greatest parts […]

Foxhollow Beef Makes Great “Primal” Time TV

4 things an animal must have (according to butcher Darrio Cecchini):   A good life – a healthy life with natural feed and ample clean space to move around   A good death – no trauma when being transported which often leads to shock A good butcher -someone who knows how to select the right […]

What’s it like to garden with Top Chef contestants?

When I heard that I’d be working as the Cast House Gardener for Top Chef I was elated. Not just because I’m proud of our Kentucky farms, but also because my dear friend, Lindsey McClave, and were in the middle of filming the first season of The Farmer and the Foodie. I saw this as […]

Behind the Scenes; Top Chef Season 16 Garden

This spring I had the opportunity to be the gardener for Season 16 of Top Chef. I love the show and was so excited it would be held in my home state! When the Kentucky Department of Tourism put Top Chef’s producers in touch with me I jumped at the chance to be involved. I […]

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