Visit from Stoney Ridge Farmer

"We got a visit from Josh, the YouTube celebrity farmer from Stoney Ridge Farm, a 200 acre farm in the Blue Ridge Mountains. He and George hit it right off, as you can
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Gluten Free Feed

"We pride ourselves on giving our customers a feed that meets their needs and preferences. That's why we have soy free and gluten free feeds. We've found that people who need gluten feed tell us two different things: ""I'm allergic to the
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Protecting Backyard Chickens from Predators

" We received an email from one of our favorite backyard chicken farmers. Jerilyn and her family have a variety of chicken breeds. They've had over 150 birds in less than three years, and they have only lost one to a predator - a hawk. Jerilyn
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Three New Products in the Store!

Just in time for spring, we have 3 new products to help supplement your livestock and keep them healthy all year long. And, they’re all available in our store right away! Vitamin E Oil Mix .  This mix is designed to be added to the water
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The Time is Ripe for Your Garden

"Fresh kale, cucumbers and tomatoes are all the things we’ve been dreaming about during the cold winter months but finally, spring is here! Now is the perfect season to make sure you and your family can enjoy this delicious produce throughout the
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Dressing Up Your Garden For New Arrivals

"Spring, and pollen, are in the air and that can only mean one thing. It's time to think about your seasonal planting. It may not seem like it now, but it's not long until those delicious “mater” sandwiches will be ready. But first you need to
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Pullet Delivery

"We're all nesting getting ready for over 1300 new pullets that will arrive to Reedy Fork Farm on April 24th. They'll start laying sometime in June, ready to provide all of you with the fresh organic eggs that you have come to love! We're busy
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The Piedmont Farm Tour

"The annual Piedmont Farm Tour is coming up soon and you’re not going to want to miss it! Co-Sponsored by the Carolina Farm Stewardship Association and Weaver Street Market, the tour is April 27 – 28 from 2 – 6 pm.  You will have the
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Passing of Mrs. Ruth Teague

It is with great sadness that we share the passing of Ruth Sockwell Teague, a founder and owner of our great farm. She was Franklin's wife, George Teague's mother, and Ben Miller’s grandmother. Ruth passed away peacefully at her home on Saturday
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Lunch and Learn with Reedy Fork Farm!

"We love sharing our experience, knowledge and information about our farm and we have a great opportunity coming up for you to participate as well. Mark your calendars now for the Alamance County Cooperative Extension's ""Lunch and Learn"" Series on
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How Many Tons. Guess and Win

"We started milling feed back in 2007, when we had trouble finding organic feed for our cows. We started making our own rations, and found that other organic farmers wanted to buy it from us. Since that time, we've milled more and more feed
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Bulk Buying Saves You a Ton

"We all know that purchasing organic feed pays big dividends in the long run, but we have lots of customers that save even more by purchasing our feed in bulk! Bulking Up. We sell our feed in quarter, half, and full tons, saving you a ton on the
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We Have Milo (And We're in Stitches)

We have a new grain at Reedy Fork Farm. It's called milo here in the South, and if you go north it's often called grain sorghum. Milo is a good alternative for corn and can add diversity to your feed, providing 7-9% protein and 1400 kcal/lb. Its
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Now Offering Organic Seeds!

"If this winter weather has you longing or spring, we have great news for you! Reedy Fork Organic Store will soon be offering USDA Organic (which means 100% NonGMO) Seed by High Mowing. We'll be carrying bush beans, cucumber, lettuce, kale,
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How to Provide for Your Chickens in the Cold

" It's Cold. There is snow on the ground and you've got the heat turned up and you're wearing layers to keep you warm. It's just natural to think that your chickens also need a heater - or at least a sweater. The truth is, however, less is more
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Spreading Cheer

We recently received an email from some of our loyal customers, Mike and Sue, featuring Reedy Fork Farm on their YouTube channel Farm to Brookdale. In this segment Mike has included information on his organically fed Guinea Hens and after taking a
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About Those Beef Recalls...

" We hate to see another recall in the news about ground beef. It probably makes you a little nervous, with good reason! We want to assure you that at Reedy Fork Farm we are confident in our processor and the practices that they use to make sure all
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The Christmas Story

"And she brought forth her firstborn son, and wrapped him in swaddling clothes, and laid him in a manger; because there was no room for them in the inn. And there were in the same country shepherds abiding in the field, keeping watch over their
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Happy Thanksgiving!

" O Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good. His mercy endureth forever. (Psalm 136:1) It’s that time of year. Through the generations, as the harvest is gathered, farmers begin to count their blessings. Like the generations who have gone
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Now Delivering to Roanoke!

"We'll be at Big Lots parking lot, 2911 Hershberger Road NW on the fourth Thursday of each month. Delivery cost is as follows: Cost per bag: Less than 10-50lb bags - $25 flat fee 11-39 50lb bags - $1.50 per 50lb bag $50 for first ton 2nd
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Aloe Pellets - Now Available

Aloe has long been known for its soothing, healing properties. Many of you have an aloe plant in your kitchen to treat burns and minor injuries. Fertrell has a new aloe based product that offers your animals a boost to their immune system with
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Ten Things About George!

" We're not telling you when, but George was born in September...a while back. To celebrate his birthday month, here are ten fun facts about George that you may not know. 1. George initially thought that the whole organic thing was a bunch of
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How We Prepare for a Hurricane

" When a hurricane threatens to pay a visit, it's a race against time to get the farm ready. And for us, there are no hard and fast rules on how to prepare. You just have to go with your gut when you have so much at stake on a 500 acre farm. Our
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What Color is Your Egg Yolk?

" If you weigh the eggs that a hen lays over a year's time, you'll discover that the number equals to about eight times her body weight.* A lot of what a hen eats goes right into her eggs, especially effecting the color of the yolks. Now we have
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First Egg Stories

" Last week we asked you to share some stories of your ""first eggs"". Here's the first 'clutch'! Thanks to all of you who shared! And it's not too late to send in your first egg story . We'd been told that chickens start laying at between
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