How It Works

1. Choose Location

Select from our convenient pickup locations and dates. This is where we will meet you with your order.

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2. Shop Online

Choose from our ever growing selection of products through our online store. (No minimum order requirements!)

3. Pick up Order

You meet us at your designated pick up location at the specified time and date. You bring a check or cash (or pay via credit card online prior to arrival) and your cooler.

Farm News

December 28, 2018
Pursuing a dream can be scary since there is usually always risk involved and fear of the unknown. "Will I fail?", "Is this the best decision?", "Will this put us too far in debt?" and many other questions that surface when setting out on a new venture. Every time we fail at something we should give each other high fives, instead of jumping into criticism, because if you're failing you are at least DOING
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December 14, 2018
We are pleased to offer some new beef items from our Tallahassee Partner.  We know some of you only want beef that we produce here, at FCF, but we are very limited in what we can do here because our main focus is dairy cows.  We know the producer's at Lotus Hill Farm very well.  Craig Hardin is their beef manager, who we have known for more than 10 years.  He is passionate about sustainable/regenerative agriculture and is a close follower of Joel Salatin and Sally Fallon.  We love the beef that we get from our Tallahassee Partner (Lotus Hill) and eat it on a regular basis.  It is 100% grass fed, rotationally grazed, beyond organic and, an added benefit is that you get nutrients from a different farm when you eat their beef.  Some new items available on our site: London Broil, tri-tip steak, porterhouse steak, ground sirloin, kabob meat, beef shanks, flank steak
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Featured Products

Stevia, 80 Gram Bottle

$18.00/ea (80 Grams)
Stevia, 80 Gram Bottle

Scrapple

$6.00/lb (1.5lb package)
Scrapple

Cilantro

$3.00/ea (One Bunch)
Cilantro

Recipes

August 9, 2018
Nothing beats super-slow roasting for turning even the toughest cuts of meat into wonderful roasts. No matter how lean your roast may be, this technique ensures a beautiful cut of beef that is juicy, pink in the center, and absolutely delicious. And the best part is that overcooking the beef is just about impossible. The meat insulates itself: super-slow roasting dries the outside of the roast and locks in the moisture, enabling the meat to cook in its own juice. The flavor will be extra beefy, but be patient. Super-slow roasting takes a long time.

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May 30, 2017
The Grass-Fed Gourmet Cookbook, This recipe servers 2-4 people. Instructions: 1. Heat 2 tablespoons of the olive oil in a medium-size frying pan, Add the onion and saute until translucent...

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