At Fickle Creek Farm we have created a system that has minimum negative impact on the environment, is sustainable, and includes humane treatment for the animals we keep. Our vegetables are naturally grown without pesticides, herbicides, or inorganic fertilizer. Our eggs, chicken, duck, and turkey come from free-ranging flocks on pasture that never receive hormones, antibiotics, or animal by-products. Steers, pigs, and sheep are all raised on pasture without confinement, antibiotics, hormones. Steers and sheep are 100% grass fed, including finishing. Yearly participant in the Piedmont Farm Tour. Host for two apprentices and a few WWOOFer volunteers each year. Vendor at five local farmers' markets in central North Carolina (Chapel Hill, Durham, Eno River, South Durham, Western Wake).
Naturally grown produce. Meats - beef, chicken, duck, lamb, pork, turkey - pasture-raised without confinement or use of antibiotics or hormones. Eggs - fresh, free-range, antibiotic- and hormone-free. Available at Chapel Hill, Durham, Eno River, South Durham, and Western Wake Farmers' Markets and at Fickle Creek Farm in Efland.
Season: Year round
Type: single farm
# of Shares: 40
Full Share: $17.50/week for meat and chicken, $5.00/week for jumbo eggs, $15.00/week for produce.
Work Req? No
Durham Farmers' Market is open Saturday morning 8 a.m. to noon from April through November, 10 a.m. to noon December through March, and 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Wednesdays May through September. Located on Foster Street in downtown Durham.
We're also at:
- Eno River Farmers' Market in historic downtown Hillsborough year round Saturday mornings.
- Chapel Hill Farmers' Market at University Mall in Chapel Hill year round Saturday mornings and Tuesday afternoons April through November.
- South Durham Farmers' Market year round Saturday mornings.
- Western Wake Farmers' Market in Cary year round Saturday mornings April through November.
Sunday afternoons 3-5 year round. Informal sales at the "eggsed" across from the big red barn.
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