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Heritage Thick-Cut Bacon (12oz) from Marble Creek
New York Strip Steak (12oz - quantity 2) from Marble Creek Farms
Chuck Roast (3lb) from Wolfe Brothers Farms
Ground Dry-Aged Steak (1lb - quantity 2) from Timbercreek Farm
Heritage Hot Italian Sausage (12oz) from Marble Creek
Pasture-Raised Whole Chicken (3.5lb) from White Oak Pasture

Always Raised Right

Meat and seafood from hand-selected producers, competitively priced for any budget.

No Unnecessary Antibiotics

Enjoy delicious meat and seafood raised under the highest standards using no unnecessary antibiotics.

No Added Hormones

We believe animals should develop at their own pace — 100% free of artificial growth hormones — the way nature intended.

Known & Taste Tested

We personally know each producer we work with and ensure you get meals full of mouth-watering flavor.

Marble Creek Farm

Pork
Pasture-raised
Sylacauga, AL
No unnecessary antibiotics
Hormone-free
Pork • Pasture-raised
Sylacauga, AL
No unnecessary antibiotics • Hormone-free
Farmer Photo

Jesie and Matthew Lawrence built their farm and family simultaneously. A desire to gain food transparency for their loved ones, and the community at large, inspired the couple to start Marble Creek Farmstead. An hour’s drive from Birmingham, the Sylacauga, Alabama farmstead, has a full range of products. In addition to growing fruits and vegetables, the farmstead is also home to chickens, turkeys, ducks, pigs, goats, sheep, and grass-fed cattle.

The Lawrence’s focus on hogs rests primarily with Berkshire and Tamworth breeds. The Berkshire has been called the "Kobe of Pork," for its marbling, tenderness and rich flavor. The Tamworth is known as the "Bacon Pig" for the ability to grow mass without having too much fat. Marble Creek Farmstead is also home to Large Black and Red Wattle hog breeds. With room to roam in pastures of clover, rye, bluegrass, buttercups, and flowers, the hogs instinctually root around, eating grasses, dirt, and grubs. The pigs also have access to spent brewer’s grain, fermented grains of wheat, barley and sorghum from nearby brewers, as well as a supplemental non-GMO feed.

Marble Creek Farms

Cross
Grass-fed, grass-finished
Sylacauga, AL
Antibiotic-free
Hormone-free
Cross • Grass-fed, grass-finished
Sylacauga, AL
Antibiotic-free • Hormone-free
Farmer Photo

As an amateur chef, Matthew Lawrence quickly learned that the quality of meat used in a meal has a huge impact on the final product. As he catered local weddings and competitions, he struggled to find local and sustainable meat from farmers nearby. To improve his craft and provide a better alternative to grocery store meats, Matthew and his wife Jesie decided to create what they were searching for by starting their own sustainable multi-species pasture farm in Sylacauga, Alabama. After all, as Matthew says, nature is where all the activity happens.

If starting their own farm wasn’t ambitious enough, Matthew and Jesie also built their own USDA inspected processing facility to service both their farm and other local farmers. Providing a local processor for the community results in better meats for everyone.

Wolfe Brothers Farms

Black angus
Pasture-raised, grain-finished
Wellsboro, PA
Antibiotic-free
Hormone-free
Black angus • Pasture-raised, grain-finished
Wellsboro, PA
Antibiotic-free • Hormone-free
Farmer Photo
At Wolfe Brothers Farms, the focus is on raising happy cows on pasture and traditional, heritage grains. This Northern Pennsylvania farm, run by two brothers who are the seventh generation in their family to farm in the area, produces deeply flavored, sweet-tasting beef that's prized by New York's top chefs.

Timbercreek Farm

Angus-hereford
Grass-fed, grass-finished
Charlottesville, VA
Antibiotic-free
Hormone-free
Angus-hereford • Grass-fed, grass-finished
Charlottesville, VA
Antibiotic-free • Hormone-free
Farmer Photo

Zach Miller grew up on his grandfather’s farm in Charlottesville, Virginia when it was still a “gentleman’s farm” for racehorses. But Zach and his parents wanted to take the family legacy in a new direction. Zach wanted to see the farm—his childhood home—preserved as a profitable model of an alternative to industrial agriculture. That meant great-tasting steaks, healthy grasses, and a land stewardship that could continue long into the future.

White Oak Pasture Farm

Chicken
Pasture-raised
Bluffton, GA
Antibiotic-free
Hormone-free
Chicken • Pasture-raised
Bluffton, GA
Antibiotic-free • Hormone-free
Farmer Photo
Award-winning farmer Harris is a legitimate star, not just in his native Georgia, but around the world, where his iconic work in conservancy is continually celebrated. Troubled by the shortcuts and conventional, chemical-driven direction he was seeing within his industry, Harris radically transformed his 150-year-old farm 20 years ago by taking it back to the basics.

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