We are a small family farm providing exceptional chickens and ducks for meat as well as eggs and we just added Pork. Our Berkshire/Tamworth cross pigs are raised on pasture and love to root in the grass. This year we will have the heritage breed Bourbon Red for our Thanksgiving turkeys and Embden geese for Christmas.

Our birds are pasture-raised on pesticide-free grass without any antibiotics. Our laying hens are free-ranging, returning at night to roost in moveable "chicken tractors". We use sustainable practices to rotate the birds throughout the fields...fertilizing as they go. We do all the processing on-site and compost the remains.

You can find us at: *Midtown Farmer's Market at North Hills Mall Saturdays from 8-Noon (April to October) Saturdays from 10am to Noon (November to March) *Downtown Raleigh Market on Fayetteville Street from 10am to 2pm (April to October) *on farm year round

Give us a call at the farm to schedule a visit. We love visitors!

Listing last updated on Nov 7, 2013

Poultry the way Grandma raised it. Our heritage breeds get their nutrients from the environment they live in, giving them a better taste.

Christmas Geese are available on a first come first serve basis!

Season:  Year round

Type:  multiple farm

Since:  2006

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Work Req?  No

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Schedule and Location:

Midtown Farmer's Market is located at North Hills Mall, opened Saturdays from 8:00am-Noon (Apr.-Oct.) and 10am to Noon (Nov.-Mar.)
Downtown Raleigh Market Wed. 10am to 2pm (Apr.-Oct.)

Schedule and Location:

Call Jan at 919-608-2502 to place orders and arrange pick up or delivery within a 50 mile radius of Wake Forest.

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