Bakers' Acres Ranch
1760 Dalrymple Road
Anderson, SC 29621
Dave & Donna Baker
We're a working goat farm located halfway between Charlotte, NC and Atlanta, GA. The Boer and Kiko breeds are the foundation of our herd. Our goal is maximizing the average daily weight gain of our goats kids naturally, with no creep feeding nor unnecessary supplements. Aggressive culling of our herd is a key to our success relying on the genetic foundation of the animal, rather than medications and artificial supplements.
Barefoot Farms of Belton is family owned and operated. We believe in naturally grown/chemical free, not harming the earth and living off of it. We have fresh produce and fresh chickens.
205 Hampton Avenue
Pickens, SC 29671 864-898-5122
Bee Well Honey Farm and Natural Market supports organic gardening and local food production. Our local honey and organic produce (in season) is sold at our Natural Market in Pickens SC. In addition, you will find Raw Milk, butter, free range eggs and other natural nutrious foods. For the beekeeper, we carry a full line of beekeeping supplies. Billy's Boer Meat Goat Farm, LLC
Billy's Boer Meat Goat Farm, LLC
Jim or Gaylene Carson, 130 Timber Trail, Westminster SC 29693 (located just across the road from 390 South Retreat Road). (864) 647-8993.
We are excited to offer USDA Certified and South Carolina Grown Certified select Chevon Cuts (Goat Meat). Goat Meat is high in protein and lower in fat, calories, saturated fat, and cholesterol than chicken, beef, pork, or lamb.
331 Penson Road
Honea Path, SC 29654
We raise 100 percent Tamworth Pork* a old world meat pig that is on pasture not in a lot, We have slow growth chicken meat birds . The farm is also home to a small flock of Bourbon Red* Turkeys and breed them as they * are on the endangered species list. We have 2 farm tours a year as part of the Heritage Corridor.
Butter Patch Jerseys and Jersey Thyme Farm
Crusader Farms offers pastured chickens and turkeys, lamb, eggs from free-range birds, and beef from cattle that are a Scottish Highlander/Shorthorn cross. The basic tenet of Crusader farms is to "have as near to perfect soil as possible…" This means that our cattle, sheep, chickens and turkeys will make the best gain on fresh forage, and we will not have to feed them grains and fillers.
Furman University Organic Garden
James Wilkins We are in the process of being certified organic and have been following organic and sustainable practices from the beginning. The Furman Harvest Market not only features Furman grown vegetables, flowers and herbs but also a diverse array of locally and sustainably produced products.
The Furman Organic Garden is a student managed campus garden and market that provides the Furman and larger community with an environment in which students, faculty, and staff can study, research, and practice small-scale food production. The garden will strengthen physical, mental, and spiritual connections to the land through the practice of sustainable, organic agriculture.
We are in the process of being certified organic and have been following organic and sustainable practices from the beginning.
The Furman Harvest Market not only features Furman grown vegetables, flowers and herbs but also a diverse array of locally and sustainably produced products.
772 Hester Store Road, Easley, SC 29640
w: (864) 855-9782
fax: (864) 855-9783
241 of 300 acres are in conservation easement in perpetuity. No store: phone inquiries, orders. (Beef: 1/2 or whole only) Live meat goats, lamb, whole day-range chicken, eggs occasionally. Distributing Fertrell products at farm with Jim Smith of Good Earth Organics.
Crop practices: Beneficial Insect Habitat, Conservation Easements
Crop inputs: Organic Fertilizers, Organic Pesticides
Livestock inputs: Grass-fed only, 100% Grass-Fed
Livestock practices: Pasture-based management
How to purchase: Direct to Stores/Restaurants, Direct to Consumers
Greenville Organic Foods Organization
PO Box 4801, Greenville, SC 29608
w: (864) 787-4999
GOFO, aka Greenville Organic Foods Organization, is a local 501 (c) 3 non profit with the mission to educate the community on the benefits of sustainable and organic agriculture and to raise awareness for environmental conservation. Organic agriculture ensures ecological sustainability by eliminating the use of toxic chemicals and therefore promoting a positive impact on the health of individuals. The organization promotes outreach, awareness and educational programs to adult and children such as school and community organic gardens; farm day field trips; organic cooking classes; environmental film series and publication of informative literature. GOFO's mission is carried out by a dedicated group of board members and volunteers.
Happy Cow Creamery, Inc.
Tom & Linda Trantham
330 McKelvey Rd, Pelzer, SC 29669
cell: (864) 630-0608
fax: (864) 243-5073
Milk from grass-based dairy. Whole milk, chocolate milk, and buttermilk. We also carry Amish butter, free range eggs, poultry, grass-fed beef, Wisconsin cheeses. Other inputs: on-farm manures
Crop practices: Beneficial Insect Habitat, Cover Crops / Soil Building Rotations, No Till / Conservation Tillage
Crop inputs: Other
Livestock inputs: Antibiotics: acute disease only, Grass-Fed
Livestock practices: Intensive Rotation, Pasture-Based Management
How to purchase: Direct to Consumers, Pick-Your-Own, Farmers' Market, Direct to Stores / Restaurants, Wholesale
488 N Barton Rd
Taylors, SC 29687 (864) 895-6751
Pasture Poultry (eggs & meat) , Grass Fed Beef, Fresh Churned Raw Buttermilk,
all natural chickens, all natural beef, all natural feed, no hormones. Slow Food USA's Ark of Taste products available.
J L Belue Farms
3773 Parris Bridge Road, Spartanburg, SC 29316
w: (864) 578-0446
fax: (864) 578-8878
Family farm operating over 50 years. Cool, clean farm market provides fresh picked strawberries mid-April thru May, peaches June thru Sept. Other fresh local produce: tomatoes, cantaloupes, watermelons, blueberries, squash, okra, peppers, corn. Local honey, canned items, cider and fresh baked breads. Our biggest and best peaches packed in gift boxes for shipping, July - Sept. Visa & MC accepted. Open mid-April - mid-Sept. Mon - Sat 8 - 6.
Crop practices: Cover Crops / Soil Building Rotations, No Till / Conservation Tillage
How to purchase: Direct to Consumers, Internet, Wholesale
Live Oak Farms
Ron G. Wilson, Cassie Wilson
203 Siloam Road, Easley, SC 29642
w: (864) 605-1000, cell: (864) 640-1570
fax: (864) 605-1005
We are in the early stages of working with rare livestock breeds and range fed chickens. Early stages of broilers, eggs, and beef.
Crop practices: No till/conservation tillage, Integrated Pest Management, Low Input Farming, Beneficial insect habitat, Cover crops/soil building rotations
Crop inputs: Heirloom varieties, Manure
Livestock inputs: Hormone/Antibiotic Free! , Grass-fed only, Organic Feed
Livestock practices: Organic Feeds, Pasture-based management, Intensive rotation
How to purchase: Direct to Stores/Restaurants, Direct to Consumers, Wholesale, Farmers' Market, Farmers' Markets: Simpsonville, Spartanburg, Greenville
Lost Marbles Farm
Farm consisting of Sm Registered Dairy goat herd kept all-naturally. Large flock of chickens laying blue and green eggs as well as common browns and whites, also all-natural kept vegitarian fed. Rescued horse and donkey keep all in check. We are thrilled to have a beautiful pair of NewJersey Buff Turkeys, a very rare endangered heritage breed and cant wait for chicks! Indian runner ducks and fluffy bunnies dot the yard. Growing larger by the day our farm is happy to have visitors by appointment. We sell goat kids, milk and always eggs. Coming soon! Americauna chicks, Turkey chicks/eggs, Ducklings/eggs, Baby bunnies! Just added 2 sows!
Merciful Hearts Farm
6101 HWY 81 N
Pelzer, SC 29669
Alan & Deborah Potter
We are a family-operated fiber farm producing wool, mohair & angora for the handspinner or crafter. We also produce "Eric's Eggs" - gorgeous free-range chicken & duck eggs. Our products are available at the Greenville Saturday Market on Main St. throughout the spring & summer ( www.saturdaymarketlive.com ).
Rollie Knoke, 1872 Sharon Road, Woodruff SC 29388.
(864) 801-2320. E-mail: email@example.com
Small-scale, sustainable, pasture-raised producers of poultry, pork, lamb and beef to provide consistent, quality meats. Through intense supply chain management, Native Meats works with dozens of farmers throughout the state to insure that customers get the meat they want when they need it. Not only is the meat produced in South Carolina, but it is processed and distributed within the state as well. In other words, Native Meats South Carolina only ships to South Carolina customers. Our mission is community development by invigorating local economies, promoting healthy eating, and being sensitive to environmental concerns. Our emphasis on South Carolina producers, processors, distributors and customers helps our economy and reduces carbon-foot prints. Our pasture-raised, sustainable farming practices result in a better-tasting, more healthy meat.
Travis and Stacy Childers, 2151 Boiling Springs Hwy, Gaffney SC 29341-5008. (864) 487-7352.
We are committed to the goal of producing the world's best food—food that is nutritious, delicious and reasonably priced--in a manner that protects, nurtures and improves the land we're blessed to farm.
In pursuit of that goal, we use no chemical fertilizers, animal hormones or pesticides of any kind in production of pastured broilers and laying hens, salad bar beef, turkeys, pigs and garden vegetables. Customers may order fresh beef, pork, chicken and turkey, seasonally, or stop by the farm year-round for frozen goods, baked items, and other family-produced wares. We welcome visitors to the farm, and can arrange tours in advance. No Sunday calls or visits, please. We want to provide what our customers can't get anywhere else, namely locally-produced food that's fit to eat and that supports the rejuvenation and continuation of the family farm for the generations to come.
On the Square in downtown Pendleton, SC.
June 5th - September 27th
Thursdays, 4pm-7pm & now Saturdays 8am-Noon
Now in it's 5th year, the Pendleton Farmers Market is becoming a locals favorite for fresh produce. Operated on Thursdays & Saturdays from June through September, the market hosts an average of 30-40 vendors selling tomatoes to potatoes. Located in the historic village of Pendleton, SC, the market begins at 4pm on Thursdays and 8am on Saturdays with the ringing of a farm bell. Enjoy the culture and history of Pendleton's village square while shopping for your farm fresh produce and fruits!
Specializes in grass-fed beef and lamb, using intensive grazing techniques for all our livestock. We raise Tunis sheep for wool and meat and Angus steers for beef. Meat is sold in halves or wholes. Wool rovings and pelts are also available in limited quantities. We also raise seasonal organic produce and blueberries. Call ahead for availability.
Trudy Pixton, Lundy Pixton
258 Riddle Road, Greenville, SC 29070
Round River is a small organic farm that operates as a CSA (community supported agriculture) enterprise. We produce a wide variety of vegetables and herbs as well as free range eggs. We sell shares of our annual produce contractually, to one time buyers, and any arrangement in between. It is our intent to use draft horse power as much as possible. We strongly encourage community participation and education.
Crop practices: Cover crops/soil building rotations, Integrated Pest Management, No till/conservation tillage
Crop inputs: Heirloom varieties, Organic pesticides, Organic fungicides
Livestock inputs: Grain-based
Livestock practices: Pasture-based management
How to purchase: Wholesale, Direct to Consumers, CSA
Saturday Market - City of Greenville
P.O. Box 2207, Greenville, SC 29602
w: (864) 467-4494
fax: (864) 467-6626
Fresh vegetables, produce, homegrown items, etc. Open Saturdays 8 am to noon, May - Nov, and a holiday harvest in Dec. Located on Main Street, between Court Street and McBee Avenue.
Small farm in Upstate SC with naturally grown heirloom vegetables, herbs and flowers. Fresh eggs. Starting CSA for the 2009 harvest season.
Rollie Knoke, (864) 444-9048, 1872 Sharon Road, Woodruff SC 29388. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
A small family farm which prides itself on producing the best possible pasture-raised beef, lamb, pork, poultry, potatoes, cornmeal and wheat berries.
During the growing season our beef and sheep are rotated to fresh paddocks daily. The laying hens are moved every other day and are free to roam, scratch and peck. The pastured broilers are raised May through October in portable huts that are also moved daily to fresh, clean pasture. However, because of our small size, supplies may be limited. The Sharon Rose Farm is located just five miles off I-85 and eight miles off I-26 in the Upstate of South Carolina so we're easy to find.
Split Creek Farm is a Grade 'A' goat dairy and goat cheese operation. We maintain a herd of approximately 350 goats. The goats have 24 hour access to pasture browse and are fed an all natural feed prepared to our specifications. No hormones are ever used on the herd. Herbicides and pesticides are never used on the pastures. Split Creek produces 750 lbs of award winning, artisan goat cheese each week. Farm retail shop is open Mon - Sat 9-6 and Sun 2-5. Tours of the farm are available.
Located near the headwater of the Saluda watershed on the banks of the South Saluda River. This pristine mountain valley has been in our family for 4 generations and is the setting for our grass based farming system. Our farming operation focuses on three main criteria:
Our grass fed Black Angus beef is hormone-free, antibiotic-free, young, lean and tender. The animals are grazed on fresh grass and hay produced on our farm. The beef is USDA inspected, dry aged, and vacum packaged. We offer various quantities for purchase from 10–12 pound weekend party packages to whole beefs. We also offer fresh free-range brown eggs and free-range poultry.
We are a cooalition of over 20 growers, bakers, artisans who produce local, sustainably grown foods. Members may order all of our products on line and pick-up at any one of our sites. Basically, we are an online farmer's market, operating year-round, and offering most of your grocery needs.
Welch and Son Farm
Bill & Holly Welch
331 Penson Road, Honea Path, SC 29654
On farm store Mon-Sat. Please call for times. Selling vegetables, herbs, free-range chicken, free-range turkey, free-range eggs, free-range pork. Value added goods: honey, perennial flowers and shrubs. Greenhouse.
Crop practices: Beneficial insect habitat, Biodynamic, Cover crops/soil building rotations, Integrated Pest Management, No till/conservation tillage
Crop inputs: Heirloom Varieties, Organic Fertilizers, Organic Fungicides, Organic Herbicides, Organic Pesticides
Livestock inputs: Grass-Fed
Livestock practices: Cage-Free, Free-Range, Pasture-Based Management
How to purchase: Farmers' Market, Direct to Consumers, Direct to Stores/Restaurants, Wholesale, Pick-Your-Own, CSA, Mail Order, Internet, Co-op, Farmers' Markets: Greenville downtown and beekeepers booth, Simpsonville Farmers' Market
329 Hamby Street
Pelzer, SC 29669
864 430 2265
Windy Hill Farm is located in the Piedmont Region of South Carolina. Here on the farm, we grow grass-fed Black Angus, meat goats and show quality, breeding goats. Along side the pastures you will find small plots of heritage vegetables, cut flowers, blueberries, and various plants and shrubs for sale.
Guineas, chickens and turkeys are grown here too. Guineas are quite interesting, and are loads of fun to watch. They become quite nosey and are very vocal when something or someone has entered... we refer to our flock as the "Windy Hill Posse". They feed on insects and seeds. Many farmers claim they eliminate ticks too. I must confess, we haven't seen a tick since they arrived and our fireant population has dwindled by 75%.
732 S. Main St
Greenville, SC 29601
Serves refined American Seasonal Cuisine sourced from local and regional farms. Our menu changes daily based on the freshest products we can procure from our suppliers. We emphasize quality ingredients including pasture raised animals, day-boat local seafood, and in-season produce. Our wine list is focused on artisan producers and boutique, non-grocery store wines from around the world. Our bar serves cocktails based in the classics and represents a collaboration between kitchen and mixologist (bartender) to create fresh seasonal drinks.