Frequently Asked Questions 

What's available? Seasons or hours you're open?

Our farm stand is open each Wednesday afternoon, 2:00 - 6:00 pm, year round. Customers stop by to shop or pick-up CSA shares at this time.

Please call before coming to the farm (other than Wednesday afternoons), 336-351-0935.

Pastured beef, pork, chicken, and free range eggs are available throughout the year.

Produce is available late Spring, Summer and Fall. Crops vary with the seasons. Please call to find out what crops are currently available. We keep a list of seasonal products on our What's New page.

We post regularly on Facebook
Join our Facebook page and stay updated. Lots of additional photos, crop and product updates, ag news, more.

What stores carry your products?

Our meats, eggs and seasonal produce are also available at:
Let It Grow Produce
1318 S Hawthorne Rd (with Organix Juice)
Winston-Salem, NC 27104

- Tuesday - Saturday, 10:00 am - 5:30 pm

Triad Buyers Co-Op
228 W Acadia Ave (with Acadia Foods)
Winston-Salem, NC 27104

- Monday - Friday, 7:00 am - 9:00 pm
- Saturday, 8:00 am - 9:00 pm
- Sunday, 8:00 am - 3:00 pm

Buies Market
749 N Avalon Rd
Winston-Salem, NC 27104

- Sunday - Saturday, 7:00 am - 9:00 pm


Help with driving directions?

For your convenience, we've linked to Google Maps for map and driving directions:
map & driving directions

What does "pastured" mean?

Pastured and grass fed animals are raised on pasture, the old fashioned way - as opposed to being kept in confinement and fed primarily grains or corn. Pasturing livestock and poultry is the traditional method of raising farm animals, is ecologically sustainable, humane, and produces the most nutritious meat, dairy and eggs.

What is "free range"?
Free range is a method of farming husbandry where the animals are permitted to roam freely instead of being tightly contained. Fences are used of course, but animals and poultry have all the space needed to live naturally. The principle is to allow the animals as much freedom as possible, to live out their instinctual behaviors in a reasonably natural way, regardless of whether or not they are eventually processed for meat or used in egg production.