Ledamete Grass Farm

We at Ledamete Grass Farm (pronounced let 'em eat!) believe that our health is directly connected to what we eat. We raise healthful, nutrient-dense food, which in turns provides us with an abundant, high-quality life. Whether our food is plant or animal, the quality of nutrition it grants depends on the soil from which it grows. This is why we, as farmers, begin in the soil. Through organic management of our land, we care for the gifts of soil, air and water, farming in a way that sustains these important resources.

When eating meat from our farm you can feel good knowing that the animals lived a healthy and happy life, the local ecosystem is enriched and protected, and your food dollars are spent with local farmers who are invested in the community where you live.

Listing last updated on Mar 5, 2013

At Ledamete Grass Farm, we raise pastured Cornish Cross chickens, Bourbon Red heritage breed turkeys, Broad-breasted turkeys, and pasture and forest raised Tamworth-cross heritage pigs. Our nutritious and delicious pastured meats are available on the farm (by appt) and through membership with the following vegetable CSAs: Anchor Run, Blooming Glen, Pennypack at Highlands, and Quiet Creek. Our products include: whole chickens and chicken parts, specialty pork and turkey sausages, bacon, etc.

Season:  May through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  2010

Full Share:  $106- Mini, $211- Small, $297- Regular, $383- Large, $467- Super

Work Req?  No

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We just picked up our first order of pork from April and Rob this weekend and immediately cooked up the kielbasa for dinner that night. Oh my word!!!!! Sooooooooo delicious! We opted for their own homemade cure and I'm so glad! It was amazing! Even the two year old kept asking for more! We've had their chickens before as well and loved them.... [more]

Your chickens are flavorful and juicy and even more importantly we know they were raised the right way, not in some factory farm.

I am from the Pittsburgh area, so was not familiar (nor had I ever tasted) scrapple. When I moved to suburban Philadelphia, my neighbor's father (Pop-Pop Arnold) advised me to never eat scrapple from people I didn;t know.... [more]

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