Farm Girl Note: Winter on the Farm

Farm Girl Note: Winter on the Farm

The end of last year brought the wedding of Josh our farm manager who was married to Maddie. An exciting feat for the whole family and Maddie (Wilson) has already made a wonderful addition to the farm and family! The holiday was a busy and good time and now here we are in 2018!

The first week of the year brought frigid weather to our area. Temps were down to almost zero in the night and morning when we did chores. The animals as well as the people had to work hard to stay warm, and survive the unusual cold front! Every water line and animal watering trough would be frozen up in minutes! Our new year’s annual planning meetings were held and exciting hopes for this year were discussed. We are excited to see what the Lord has in store for 2018 and are also thankful to be back to more normal weather as well! 😊

Little guy born into 3 degree weather!


Morning sun shines across the frozen farm.


Adorable Great Pyrenees Puppies available!


Feeding hay in the snow storm.


8 Tons of Chaff hay delivered in 2 inches of snow! The team unloaded and stacked it all by hand in under 45 minutes!

Hello from “Dude” trying to stay warm!


2 Weeks away! Annual Open house / Field day!

Our Father’s Farm

 5th Annual Open House / Field Day

April 29th, 2017 10-3

Farm Tours at 11 and 2

Field Day Information:

Date: Saturday, April 29th, 2017

Location: Our Father’s Farm

2664 Deer View Road Gretna, VA 24557

Time: 10:00 – 3:00

Farm Tour Schedule: 1st tour at 11:00 am the 2nd tour at 2:00 pm.

Farm Tours:

    See, touch, and learn about the workings of a truly natural farm and meet your farmers and the animals they raise!  We will offer 2 farm tours during the day.  The first tour will be at 11:00 and the second will be held at 2:00. You will see and learn about the milk cows, calves, chicks, broiler chickens, laying hens, the horse, dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens!

Bonus! There will be a milking demonstration and milk samples. (even fresh ice cream if things go as planned :-)!)

At the end of each tour, Kim will take a few minutes to do a healthy eating demonstration, with yummy samples, and demo/explanation time. It is both interesting and fun for kids & adults!  (parents you won’t believe the stuff she will get your kids to try) :-)

Petting Zoo:

We will have an area as soon as you get to the farm where you can visit, pet, hold, and enjoy the animals while shopping or waiting for a farm tour!

There will be, baby calves, baby chicks, cats & kittens, dogs, PUPPIES, a horse, and more!

Raw Milk Special!

Purchase your herd share for Raw Milk at the Field Day and get it HALF OFF!

To Purchase 1 Herd Share (which is one gallon of milk weekly) is usually$100.

At the Open House / Field day, it will only be $50

and after purchasing the herd share you can have a sample of the other dairy products we provide! Yogurt, Kefir, Cream, and Butter! And coming soon…premium, real, A2A2, delicious, nutrient dense… ICE CREAM!

Farm Store and Bake Sale:

    The store will be open! Plenty of grass fed beef, fresh herb mixes for grilling and cooking (family favorites), kombucha, organic juices, raw milk cheeses from a small, certified organic, Amish dairy farm.  We will be stocked with our usual variety of other items: beauty lotion, healing salves, supplements, superfoods, Apple Cider Vinegar etc.

There will also be a BAKE SALE offering all different kinds of bread, cookies, OOEY GOOEY Cheesy Garlic rolls and more! We are experimenting with sprouted organic wheat and LOVE the results of this light and fluffy, easy to digest, nutritious bread!  Plenty of goodies to make a picnic out of or take home for later :-)  Or bring a picnic and enjoy it on the grounds.

Contact us with any questions!

Email   (434) 656-1188

Farm Girl Note: Farm life

The team has been staying busy on the farm this summer! Its hard to believe that we are flying through the month of August! Chores start bright and early where a team sets off to milk cows and bottle the milk, while another team loads up the old farm truck and heads out to tend to the poultry. A few hours later all the cows are milked and taken back to fresh grass, the chickens are moved to fresh grass and fed, and everything is cleaned up and put in order. Everyone heads inside where we “feed and water” the people with a hearty breakfast and Bible time. Then we disperse and work on other chores around the farm and in the house. The farm life is a lot of work but it’s such a joy!

A small school group touring the farm.
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Milking demonstration.


Helping big sister Sheila make delicious butter.
Future milk cow:-)

Until next time, Hope

Farm Girl Note

The past few warm days have been absolutely wonderful! We have really been enjoying this beautiful sunshine; and it has really been helping out a lot with all the farm jobs that need to get done:-) The hustle and bustle grows more and more as the spring and summer seasons quickly come upon us. Plans and preparations for our Fourth Annual Open House are beginning, and the outdated chicken house for our broilers had to be taken apart and rebuilt. We all gathered around the white board as we planned and sketched out how this chicken house would be built, to make it even more effective. These are just to name a few of the fun projects that are being done around the farm along with daily life. Washing eggs, milking cows, loading deliveries, watering gardens and the list goes on. But we would not trade this life for anything! The lessons we learn and the time spent together is worth everything.

John and Tim washing eggs.
Building a new chicken house!
Painting the chicken house.
Tending to the chicks.
Just part of the load of chaff hay!

“And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due season we shall reap, if we faint not.” Galatians 6:9



Thanksgiving market, turkey pickup day and more!

Our Father’s Farm

Fresh from our farm to your fork


On Farm Turkey Pick up day! November, 21st, 2015.

We are now SOLD OUT for this year.


The cows grazing as the sun sets.

Happy turkeys on pasture.

Fresh baked goods to create your holiday table

The Saturday before Thanksgiving:


We are having a fall fun day here on the farm when you come pick up your turkey! Bring family and friends to see the farm animals and shop our store and bake sale!

November 21st 2015!

Read about last years pick up day!

Last Chicken of the year!

We recommend stocking up now.

Along with the bake sale, beef, and other products in our store we are hoping to have chicken for Turkey Pick up and fun fall day!


Come on out! Bring friends and family

Thanksgiving Market Saturday the 21st!

Forest Farmers Market

Come see us at the market this saturday! We will be there with a stock of chicken, turkeys for pick up PRE-ORDER only, several steaks, and fresh baked goods! Create your holiday table with pies, cookies, breads and more!

In door market address:1088 Rustic Village Road

  The market will be open from 8:00am-12:00. Come stock your pantry!

For those who are picking up a turkey please come by 11:30.

Customer Review:

“Want to tell you all about how wonderful our turkey was! Thank you so much for a moist, tender and flavorful turkey that we all loved and ate sooooo very much of.!!!!!
We enjoyed the beautiful fall day last week and the drive out to pick up the bird and to see your lovely farm in its awesome location.”

~ Satisfied Customer

Farm Girl Note:



Farming life is so exciting it rarely slows down, but winter is approaching soon where we hope for a little more quiet. This Friday, with several friends, we will be processing our last batch of birds: the Turkeys! Then Saturday we will have a pickup day here on the farm. Turkey pickup day is always a fun day seeing lots of friends and customers along with selling our turkeys.


A few days ago two of our boys who usually do the evening turkey chores were out hunting (tis the season), my sister and I headed up to the turkeys. As we drove around the corner of trees we saw that all the turkeys had escaped their fencing and were roaming the whole top of the field and tree line! The sun was sinking

quickly behind them. We had been expecting a quick stop. “I don’t believe it!” laments my sister as we pulled to a stop. Both of us surrounded the flock, opened a part in the fence, and shooed the majority of them inside but there were still about 10 reluctant ones hanging around the outer edge of the fence. As we both turned to get them, the turkeys in the pen began sneaking out! I jumped back to the opening. While Sheila gathered up the last few turkeys I did my best to keep the flock of huge

turkeys in. Over all, after the fence was pinned closed and all the fence stakes stomped in a few more times for extra security, we fed the turkeys and headed to our next task, happy that it would only be about 1 week more of tending to the turkey flock… I’ll share about processing day later though;-).


Give thanks both in the good times and bad! Since Thanksgiving is so close I will say that I am thankful for all of our customer and friend support! Without the Lord and you all this farming venture would be impossible! So thank you for supporting our farm and family. What are you thankful for today?


Turkey Brine and Cooking Suggestions!

Brine and Cooking Directions

1 Our Fathers Farm free range delicious healthy turkey 🙂 (this also works with our chicken, just reduce ingredients)
2 1 bottle of sweet white wine (chardonnay is what we prefer)
3 bouquet of fresh herbs if you can acquire them: parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme
4 fresh garlic 4-6 cloves peeled and smashed to release flavor (i smash them with the end of a knife handle)
5 1-2 onions peeled and quartered (optional)
6 1 C kosher sea salt (i use Himalayan sea salt)
7 handful of rainbow peppercorns (or plain if you prefer)
8 water and ice and a cooler

first dissolve salt in a small amount of warm water in a large stock pot as well as you can and add about 2 cups of ice to cool the water. Next add the peppercorns, fresh herbs (you can use dried if you like. about 6 Tb total), garlic and onion followed by the bottle of wine and cold water until pot is full. Place turkey breast side up in cooler. Pour your pot mixture over all and add ice and water until turkey is covered or nearly. Turn turkey around in mixture a few times to coat and let it rest breast side down in brine. I push the cooler to the “dark side of the deck” and check it at least one time daily to turn it around and add ice if needed.

On cooking day: remove turkey from brine to the kitchen sink (I discard brine under the deck). Rinse well and allow to dry. Melt 1-2 sticks of good quality butter and more wine and herbs and pour this over your turkey before cooking (if you desire… you can substitute with olive oil).
Suggested roasting times vary and recommendations are below. The most accurate measure is with a meat thermometer placed in the thickest “leg part” 180 degrees is recommended. I check for doneness by wiggling the leg and seeing if it’s loose and also by piercing at the thickest part and checking for clear juice not pink. You don’t want to overcook your turkey! We sometimes cook breast side down and then use silicon baking mits to grab and flip the turkey at the end to brown the breast and make crispy skin. This is a two man job :-).

Use the pan juices from your turkey. I use organic corn starch to thicken, but you can use organic flour. Here’s How:
1. First you make a slurry. For each cup of liquid you want to thicken, start with 1 tablespoon of cornstarch in a small bowl. Add an equal amount of cold liquid and stir until a smooth paste forms. This is your slurry.

2. Whisk the slurry into the hot, simmering liquid that you want to thicken. Bring to a boil and simmer until any starchy taste has been cooked away. Don’t cook longer, though, as the starch may break down and the liquid will thin out again.
Roasting times are for a preheated 325 degrees F. oven.
Approximate Roasting Times for Stuffed Turkey:
Turkey Weight Hours
6 to 8 pounds 3 to 3-1/2 hours
8 to 12 pounds 3-1/2 to 4-1/2 hours
12 to 16 pounds 4-1/2 to 5-1/2 hours
16 to 20 pounds 5-1/2 to 6 hours
20 to 24 pounds 6 to 6-1/2 hours
Approximate Roasting Times for Unstuffed Turkey
Turkey Weight Hours
6 to 8 pounds 2-1/2 to 3 hours
8 to 12 pounds 3 to 4 hours
12 to 16 pounds 4 to 5 hours
16 to 20 pounds 5 to 5-1/2 hours
20 to 24 pounds 5-1/2 to 6 hours

One musn’t forget this all important element of your farm raised healthy turkey! Save all of the bones 🙂 and skin and pan juices that didn’t get used or enjoyed. Put the bones in either the biggest stock pot you have or in a crock pot. Add 2 Tb raw apple cider vinegar with the mother or 1 C white wine, peppercorns, 2 Tb sea salt, garlic and onion (peeled and smashed if desired). Cover all with water and cook for 12-36 hours. Strain out bones (and if using a small crock pot repeat). This makes a nutrient dense broth that can be used for sauces, soups, stews or enjoyed straight out of a mug as is. I add my left over veggies: sweet potatoes, roasted pumpkin or potatoes etc and puree them to make a delicious creamy veggie soup.


Tell us how you enjoyed our turkey and recipe!

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Turkey Reservations Available 2015 and More!

Our Father’s

October 2015

Farm News. Turkey Reservations!

Thanksgiving, Christmas, and the Holiday Season are wonderful opportunities to serve a healthy Turkey. 

Turkey Reservations are Available!


If you would like a Turkey sign up and give a $40 deposit! Email or call us with any questions.


Previous Customer Review:

“I want to tell you all about how wonderful our turkey was! Thank you so much for a moist, tender and flavorful turkey that we all loved and ate sooooo very much of!
Hope your Thanksgiving Day was as wonderful as ours was because we had such a perfect turkey!”
“We smoked a couple of turkeys last year and froze the meat… GREAT for a quick bacon and eggs alternative and made delicious sandwiches!  Best meat ever!”

A group picture from the Cow conference we hosted here featuring Gerald Fry. It was wonderful to learn more about how animals are designed and how to raise them better.

Products not to miss… 

Fresh Chicken!

We just processed chickens on Thursday, so stock up!


– Whole Chickens

– breasts

– tenders

– Leg/Thigh quarters

– thigh packs

– leg packs

– Wings



Ground Beef!

– Roasts

– Steaks

– Bones

And more!


Order for delivery or farmer’s market! (First pre-order you make for the farmer’s market gives you a 10% discount off your whole order!)


We have Great Pyrenees Puppies!

Bella has 7 adorable fluffy puppies and there are 6 available!

2 Girls and 4 Boys.  We wouldn’t be able to raise our flocks without these wonderful protectors to help us.

The price for the puppies is $300

to learn more click here.


A Journey Back to Health Seminar!

November 7th 2015


Call or email to reserve your spot!

More information to follow.

Market Update!

October 24th we will be at the Forest Farmers market fully stocked!

Pre-order to ensure getting your non-GMO & Soy free eggs, chicken tenders, thighs, breasts, and steaks (those are regular sell-out products)  Thanksgiving Turkey reservations are still being taken!


(Remember if you are a milk customer and get your milk delivered you can have any products delivered with your milk for free!)

Our Father’s Farm
2664 Deer View RoadGretna, VA 24557 


Farm Girl Note “Autumns Glory”

The summer seems to have sped by! Now here we are in one of my favorite months. The reason it is my favorite is because of its beauty.  (Not because of it getting chilly  🙂 Summer on the farm is much more busy than winter but I like the warm days, beautiful sunshine, and out-door frolics of summer:). Here we are speeding up to frosty days. We do have lots of fun when the snow comes though! Snow ball fights and extreme sledding are just to name a few:) I am thankful for all the changing seasons God has given us. I know this winter holds many new changes for everyone lots of school is planned and new dreams for each life. What is October’s glory? It is the crisp air, golden leaves and sparkling blue skies that all gather and make you swell with joy!

If you feel heavy laden and that your cup is not full remember “Come unto me, all ye that labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.”


Changing Leaves!
We still have lots of Eggs!
Hope and John collecting eggs.
One of the Great Pyrenees Puppies! They are so adorable, and we still have some available to learn more click here!

Fresh Chicken! Turkey Reservations and more!

Our Father’s Farm


From our farm to your table

Eat Fresh

Buy Local

Be Healthy

Support Community

If you would like fresh chickens to be delivered to the Forest Farmers Market or any of the delivery sites EMAIL or Call us! (434-656-1188)

Fresh Eggs!

Our flock of nearly 400 hens just began laying we have lots of eggs now so pre-order for delivery of come pick them up here on the farm or at the farmers market!

These eggs are not like the regular eggs you get they are PASTURE raised NO SOY and NO GMO. The yolks are full of necessary trace minerals and fats!

Nutritious and Delicious!


Grass fed beef in stock!



Product Packaging Average Weight Price per pound 
Chuck Roast 1 per Package 2.5lb  $8.75/lb
Shoulder Roast 1 per Package 2.5lb  $8.75/lb
Rump Roast 1 per Package 2lb  $8.75/lb
Sirloin Tip Roast 1 per Package 2.25lb  $9.50/lb
Eye of Round Roast 1 per Package 2.25lb  $10.50lb
London Broil 1 per package 2lb  $10.50/lb



GRASS fed Ground Beef: $7.25


Beef Steaks:


Product Packaging Average Weight Price per pound 
T Bone 1 per pack 0.5lb  $18.00/lb
Rib eye 1 per pack 0.5lb  $19.50/lb
Sirloin 1 per pack 1lb  $16.50/lb
New York Strip 1 per pack 0.3lb $19.50/lb
Filet Mignon 1 per pack 0.4lb  $24.00/lb


All the prices are per pound

FRESH Pasture Raised Chicken with non-GMO/Soy Free Grains

Products  Per Package Av. Weight Price per Lb.
Whole Chickens 1 4.5/lbs $4.75
Leg-Thighs 4 1.1/lbs $5.60
Breast Fillets 2 .75/lbs $14.95
Breast Tenderloins 6 .75/lbs $14.95
Wings 6-8 .75/lbs $5.10
Legs or Thighs 4-6 1.5/lbs $5.60
Liver & Hearts 1/lb pack 1 lb $4.50
Stewing Hens 1 3.5-4 lbs $12/each
Back/Necks 2 2.5/lbs $3.00

Thanksgiving turkeys!

It is only the beginning of September but we are raising a small flock of turkeys now! If you would like to get one of these special turkeys you should hurry!

Just wanted to drop a note to tell you, without a doubt that is the best turkey we’ve ever had. Moist, tender and delicious.

-Customer review

Reserve Turkey

To secure your turkey we ask that you put down a $40 deposit.

Farm Girl Note “Septembers Small Things”

Life is SO busy that it’s hard to put it into words! I could go on about the daily grind of it and make us all tired :-). But there are so many everyday surprises!  When  I see every little thing with full optimistic eyes it all changes! The boring ol’ scenery turns into beautiful sunshine and amazing reminders of our creator everywhere. The most annoying task can be transformed into a new beautiful adventure!

One morning, early this week, we welcomed a small new life to the farm. One of our heifers was unintentionally bred too early.  (The bull broke through into a pasture uninvited or unknown to us)…  So this morning, we found this small cow a mother with the tiniest little calf next to her. We brought them down to the barn for milking as usual, but this new mother was not bonding with her calf like normal.  Sometimes this happens when it is the mother’s first calf.  Because she doesn’t know what to do, she rejects her baby. So the calf was rejected and we carried it to a stall in the barn where we could take care of her (the baby calf). It has been fun to feed and take care of this tiny delicate creature! She is less than half the size of a regular calf.  When I would have to usually be wrestling and sitting on top of calves to feed them she simply stands there blinking her long eye lashes at me and drinks. What a precious reminder of innocent life this little calf is. Now this little calf and her mother are just animals. But to our farm and business they are important! The same with the lives of other humans each life matters! God knows all life, loves all life, and rules all life from the tiny people to the elderly people we are all HIS own!

Here is the little calf we named her Falin.
A beautiful sky on our way to the other property.
Feeding Falin
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Sheila, Hope, Timothy and Joshua all driving to our other farm land where a cow had escaped!:)


Unloading lots of chicken feed! John David loves to help out!


Pressing On,


September 5th Farmers Market!

Our Father’s Farm

Forest Farmer’s Market

This Saturday September 5th 8-12. 

(The Farm Store will be open from 10-5)


Come see us at the market or you can visit the farm this Saturday.

We will have FRESH EGGS at the market don’t miss these pasture raised NO soy and NO gmo eggs!

Pasture Raised Chicken!


We will be bringing a stock of chicken to the market this week! Next week we will be fully stocked and there will be fresh chicken and parts available for pre- order

  • Whole chickens(Out of stock this week)
  • Breasts
  • Tenders
  • Leg/Thighs
  • Wings
  • Neck & Backs for bone broth, soups and sauces.
    View full list…

Email to pre-order!


Fresh baked goodies.

We are bringing Whole Wheat Bread, Granola, Cookies and more to the market this Saturday.  We use freshly stone ground  wheat and organic oats and other natural pure ingredients!

Salves & Herbs.

We will have limited quantities of healing salve, muscle salve, and arthritis salve along with some perfect cream.

There will be several different cooking herb blends that we have tested and love!

They all pair well with our meat products and are yummy on salad or veggies!

Full selection of fresh BEEF in stock!

Don’t miss the special cuts pre-order now!



-Soup bones

-Ground beef

See full list…



REMEMBER! If you pick up milk at a delivery site you pay a little more for a delivery fee. Add some more products to your order and pick them up with your milk!

Our Father’s Farm


Grass fed Chicken and Beef ready for grilling season!

Our Father’s Farm

Fresh from our farm to your table

The Fourth of July Is a great reason to grill!

Our Father’s Farm has FRESH chicken and beef in stock! Order while supplies last, we usually sell out of beef very quickly!

This chicken is not only a deliicous & filling food but it is also highly nutritious and naturally raised!

Fresh ChickenWe have all our choices of chicken in stock!NOTE: all prices below are per pound. All chicken is fed non-gmo and soy free grain.Whole Chickens $4.75

Leg quarters $5.60

Breasts & Tenders $14.95

Wings $5.10

Liver $4.50

Necks & Backs $3.00



Fresh Grass Fed BeefWe just got a stock of all our beef in! We SELL OUT VERY QUICKLY so don’t miss it!Grass fed beef is a wondeful source of omega-3, be sure that you are feeding your body what it really needs to survive!-Ground Beef $8.50

-Roasts: Chuck Roast, Rump, Sirloin, Shoulder, London Broil, Eye of round.

-Steaks: T-Bone, Rib-eye, Sirloin, Fillet.

-Beef bones

-Stew meat

See our price list! (recently updated)

Come pick up at the farm On Wednesday and Saturday or order you products to be dropped off at:


Down Town

Corner Stone


West Lake


Come visit us at the Forest Farmers Market Saturdays from 8-12!

For FOREST FARMER’S market we strongly recommend pre ordering! We sold out of chicken breasts the first hour last week.  If we know what you want we can come prepared and your order will be ready, ticketed and waiting for you to pick up!

If you are a milk customer remember that you are paying a small fee for your milk to be delivered you are also going to the drop site weekly to pick up your milk so why not order some other products with it too?

John David

Farm Girl Note

On a fine, but hot, summer day I was nearly at the end of my hike to the hen house to do my evening chores. In one hand I had dog food (for the Great Pyrenees Guard Dog on post) and an egg basket, while the other hand was sometimes occupied by John David’s little hand.  He was more often diverted by a big cricket hopping in front of him or  a pretty flower… As I walked a long with the little blond head bouncing next to me I stopped to turn on the pump for the hens, in my momentary pause John scampered on to the hen house, “No harm” I thought as I kept going.

When I got to the hen house I fed and petted the dog, and also fed and watered the chickens.  I then looked around the house hastily for John but he was nowhere to be seen… as I hurried up to the chicken house door I saw a small boot disappearing through the small chicken door (the tiny one cut out for the chickens to use!). I got to the door and carefully opened it and there, proudly standing in the middle of the chicken house, with happy hens clucking around him, stood John with a huge smile spread across his face.  He reached up to me with a brown egg in his hand and as I looked at him he cheerfully sang “EGGS!” I caught him up in a big hug and then we finished collecting the other eggs “heggs” he says, and carried them home. As I went along I pondered on that little scene.

The thought came to me of how so many little kids and even adults do not know where their food comes from. Of course if you ask an adult where  milk or eggs came from they would say cows or chickens, but do they really know how those chickens live or what they are fed? I am very thankful for all that I know, but it is saddening and scary at how the industry has really been able to hide the truth behind faux happy stories and pretty pictures. We all know it’s not all glamor and fun out there in the world of industrial food production. There are some hidden secrets that we should know.

Now I am not a food freak, but I have been educated in the truth.  The Lord has given us amazing bodies and he has also given us the choice on how to take care of them!  I strive and hope to keep my body nourished and strong so that wherever God calls me I can go and serve Him. Keeping our bodies in a state of fitness and energy is necessary so we are equipped for life’s challenges!  I am so thankful for the good real nourishing food our family is blessed to raise.  I know it is helping us to all grow healthy and strong.

It is wonderful to know that our chores, all the sacrifices and hard work,  help so many other families become healthy and strong too.

“Now then we are ambassadors for Christ…” 1 Corinthians 5:20.   We are God’s lights to shine in the darkness.  Be strong and of good courage!  More important than being mighty in body is being mighty in spirit! Remember:



~Hope Fuhrmann

Timmy grilling our delicious dinner!

June Update

Our Father’s Farm

From our farm to your table

Eat Fresh

Buy Local

Be Healthy

Support Community

A new little Healthy A2A2 heifer that will stay with her mother for 10 months nursing and learning.  She will grow into a healthy happy milk cow in about 2 years and hopefully join the herd!

Special product!

FRESH Chicken

John David and Josh unloading the chicks.


What’s so special about this chicken you may ask. Well let me answer… pasture raised chicken fed NO-SOY and Non-GMO grains! Here are a few differences those three things make in producing a quality super food!


Sadly you are not safe eating the meats that are available in the grocery stores. They try to make you satisfied with happy green labels that say all natural or cage free etc etc. But what really is under that label? What are you feeding your family?  Just say no to CAFO…Watch this to see.


Here are some disturbing facts that researchers have found:


  • Over 90 percent of all chicken meat and eggs sold in the US come from confined animal feeding operations (CAFOs)
  • One hidden health hazard of CAFO foods is food borne illness, which last year alone struck more than 19,000 out of a population of 48 million residents; 38 percent of illnesses were caused by salmonella
  • Drug-resistant infections from contaminated foods are also on the rise. In 2013, the Environmental Working Group found antibiotic-resistant bacteria in 39 percent of raw chicken parts… read more


We just processed chicken yesterday! Order while supplies last!

Order here!

View the full product and price list.   

Delivery, Farmer’s Markets, and Store

This year we have been branching off in many different directions.  We now have 3 different drop locations in Lynchburg and are delivering to Roanoke and Westlake as well. We are also starting to go to the Forest Farmer’s Market on Saturdays.  And on Wednesday & Saturdays our farm store is open.  You are warmly welcome!  Come and visit the store and see  the animals and hang out.  We love to connect with our customers face to face.


Make a day of it shop in the store and visit the animals, we would love to see you!

News Flash!

Beef is on its way! But remember it always goes very fast, if you would like to get some beef order soon!


Our Father’s Farm Beef 

– Eat PURE grass

– Grows naturally with plenty of space

– Moves to fresh pasture

– Are not fed any hormones or antibiotics


When cows are raised the normal way the way they were designed, they are able to grow healthy and happy.  These blessed animals give use foods that make us healthy and happy.

Support your locals farms and your health!

Easy Chicken Burritos

10 whole wheat tortillas
2 cups cooked chicken
1 cup shredded cheese (I use white cheddar)
1 cup salsa
Sea salt and/or chili powder to taste

Chop cooked chicken into tiny pieces or run it through a food processor.  Stir together shredded chicken, cheese, salsa and spices.  Spoon mixture into a warm, soft tortilla.  Wrap and serve.

The Fuhrmann Family: