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Mills Family Farm

Mills Family Farm

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284 Barfield Rd
Mooresville, NC 28115
(704) 960-2994
(866) 590-1246

Mills Family Farm is a 200+ acre, veterinarian owned and managed, working cattle facility where we raise stocker cattle for feedlots across the country and also finish beef for our meat business – Mills Meats. Through Mills Meats, we offer local beef to the public and can ship nationwide. All of our beef is aged for 14 days. We provide gift certificates, custom beef cuts, and supply several restaurants, catering businesses and retail outlets in the Carolinas. We also offer farm tours, on-site and off-site agriculture educational seminars and cattle veterinary consulting. All of our cattle are pasture raised and fed a custom veterinary designed vitamin and mineral mix to provide a complete diet and obtain increased efficiency. We also offer all natural nitrate and nitrite free pork products, as well as humanely raised veal. We have also partnered with Calahaln Farms to provide a produce CSA or Buying Club, in addition to our Beef and Pork Buying Club programs. We also offer additional Bulk Buying Options that are wholesale to the public.
Categories: Farms; Meat Farms; Beef; Poultry; Pork; Grass-Fed Beef; Veal; Chicken; Free Range Chicken
Region: Iredell County

Pockerchicory Farms

Pockerchicory Farms

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283 Coolbrook Rd
Union Grove, NC 28689
(704) 592-2557
(704) 450-7022

Pockerchicory Farms features heritage products that are permaculture principled, nutrient dense, non-GMO, low carbon footprint, pasture- and forest-raised, land regenerative and restorative, and incredible to eat!! When you purchase with us, you are buying DIRECTLY from a family farm, not from a meat aggregator or a third party.

Part of our proceeds goes to support sustainable agriculture and living education through the non-profit We Are All Farmers.

We use Management intensive Grazing (MiG) to rotationally graze our hogs through hardwood forests and real, green pastures (no "dirt lots" or outside access advertised as pasture here!), finishing them for two weeks with 6 to 12 hour rotations on pastures of ryegrass, clover, oats, and dwarf essex rape. Want to know a farm? Look at its soil! Good soil looks like chocolate cake.
Categories: Lifestyle; Online Shopping; Farms; Meat Farms; Pork; Meats Online Shopping; Workshops; Pasture Raised Pork; Education; Food & Drink Online Shopping; Organizations; Networks
Region: Iredell County