High Farms

High Farms is a family farm devoted to using sustainable small-scale agricultural practices to produce the highest quality pasture based meat and eggs. We focus on Heritage breeds and raise all animals outdoors using rotational grazing techniques. We are producing 'Poulet Rouge' type chickens, Bourbon Red Turkeys, forest raised Berkshire pork, and grass fed Devon beef. All of the breeds we raise are chosen for superior table quality. They are also hardy in outdoor ranging conditions, and we feel that it is important to perpetuate these heirloom breeds. Our chickens are moved through fresh pasture and our turkeys range freely. They eat grass as well as a vegetarian feed which is locally produced (no drugs, chemicals, added hormones or antibiotics). We rotate our pigs through the woods and pastures where they are able to root, eat grass, and express their natural pig inclinations. Our beef herd is 100% grass fed and constantly moved to new grass. In stark contrast to industrial production the farming methods we use improve the land and environment by deepening topsoil and building long term soil fertility while producing food that is amazing to eat and healthy for the body and mind. . We are expanding our operation this year to include organic produce. This fall we will have meat and veggie CSA shares available.

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Listing last updated on Apr 19, 2010

High Farms is a family farm devoted to using sustainable small-scale agricultural practices to produce the highest quality pasture based meat and eggs. We focus on Heritage breeds and raise all animals outdoors using rotational grazing techniques. We are producing 'Poulet Rouge' type chickens, Bourbon Red Turkeys, forest raised Berkshire pork, and grass fed Devon beef.



Schedule and Location:

Asheville City Market South
Wednesdays
Town Sq. Blvd.
Biltmore Park Town Square
Open May 5-Oct. 27 2010
2:00p.m.-6:00p.m.


Asheville City Market - Downtown
Saturdays
161 S. Charlotte St.
Open Apr.17 - Dec. 19 2010
8:00a.m.- 1:00p.m.

Greenville Downtown Farmers Market
8 am to Noon, Every Saturday
2010 Dates: May 1 to October 30
Main Street at McBee Avenue in downtown Greenville
High Farms is selling this year at the locally grown booth


Upstate SC Locally Grown Online Farmers Market
www.upstatesc.locallygrown.net



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