Echo Glen Farm

We operate a family farm using organic practices. We recognize the benefits of God-honoring, local, naturally-raised food and would like to pass those benefits along to you and our community. We specialize in pasture-raised chicken and free-range eggs.

Our meat chickens start out in a heated brooder house for their first 2-3 weeks. They are then moved to our lush pastures in open-floored coops which are moved daily to provide fresh grass. In addition to the grasses and bugs they have access to, the chickens are fed a locally-milled grain feed free of antibiotics, growth hormones, and animal by-products. At about 8 weeks of age we process the chickens in our backyard using professional equipment and shrink-packaging. This season's first batch of chicken will be available at the end of April 2012.

Our laying hens are free-range now, since we have a guard dog to protect them from predators! They freely roam our pastures and are routinely moved to fresh fields to evenly distribute their valuable, natural fertilizer. They are fed a locally-milled grain feed with no animal by-products, antibiotics, or added hormones, in addition to the grass and bugs they find. Contact us or swing by our table at the farmers market to get some fresh, free-range eggs!

We hope to sell garden-fresh produce when we have surplus. We use natural and organic practices.

We are closed on Sundays.

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Listing last updated on Apr 10, 2012

Pasture-raised Chicken (Available soon - the end of April 2012)

Whole chicken: $3.50/lb Half chicken: $4.00/lb

Free-range Eggs (Available now!) $3.50/dozen

NO antibiotics, animal by-products, or hormones added.

We are vendors at the Evening Farmers Market in downtown Statesville (Thursdays 4pm-6pm). Hope to see you there! Or contact us for a farm visit!



Schedule and Location:

The Evening Farmer's Market
(at Pecan Park in historic downtown Statesville, NC)
Thursday 4pm-6pm
Open April-October rain or shine



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