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Deep Roots. Mountain heritage.


Grass finished lamb, beef, pasture raised chicken, produce and forest foraged items.

Fayetteville, West Virginia

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Deep Roots. Mountain heritage.


Grass finished lamb, beef, pasture raised chicken, produce and forest foraged items.

Fayetteville, West Virginia

 
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Deep Mountain Farm's mission is to provide its community with locally produced, clean food with a focus on regenerative and organic practices. As stewards of the land, the farm prioritizes a healthy soil ecology and coexisting with nature. The farm is a 42-acre farm in the iconic New River Gorge that was once a family farm dating back to the 1800s before the inception of West Virginia. It's operated by two native West Virginians.

 
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Grow


Deep Mountain Farm provides eggs from pasture raised chickens, grass finished lamb and beef, garlic and both culinary and medicinal herbs. We pride ourselves on coexisting, not competing, with nature. We encourage you to try real, local food.

Grow


Deep Mountain Farm provides eggs from pasture raised chickens, grass finished lamb and beef, garlic and both culinary and medicinal herbs. We pride ourselves on coexisting, not competing, with nature. We encourage you to try real, local food.

Deep Mountain Farm focuses on pasture raised eggs and meats. What is pasture raise? It’s simple, We raise sheep, cows and chickens outside, in the field, just as nature intended it! Our grazers are a key component to our operation. Their diet is made up of a wide variety of plants found in our fields. It’s a beautiful sight to see animals living in a way that is good for them and for the ground. We are farming in a way that secures the health of the land and water for generations to come.

Our variety of heirloom produce is grown close to nature, relying on cover cropping and livestock/crop rotation to build the soil and produce nutrient dense, real food. Get in touch and learn what what we currently have in stock.

Having access to fresh, local ingredients can make a dish. Professional and everyday chefs know the difference, and at Deep Mountain Farm we are committed to growing not only common but rare/heirloom plant varieties using only organic practices.

Our most recent addition to the farm has been our sheep. They are an incredible animal and well suited to living on pasture alone. Whether they know it or not, they are working in partnership with our cows and chickens. Together, the three very different species are revitalizing our land. With each year we are seeing signs of improvement. Our pastures are greening up earlier, there are more diverse species of plants and wildlife being found, better water retention in the soil and more! When you support small farms like ours you are investing in a future we can be proud to pass on to the next generation!

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The Farmers


The Farmers


Christine

Christine is passionate about real food. As a 7th generation West Virginian she couldn't imagine putting down roots anywhere else. Farming has united all of her interests. It's creativity and problem solving. It's biology. It's feeding her family and participating in the community. It's life!

Chris

Chris has been experimenting with improving the farm's vegetable production using only organic methods and enjoys managing the grazing animals. He is also a professional photographer working in the state.

Juniper

Juniper at age three manages her very own flock of laying hens. She wants nothing more than to feed and nurture animals. She is our biggest inspiration.

 
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The Guardians


The Guardians


 

Our pasture based operation would be impossible without our team of guardians. Are you interested in purchasing your own Livestock Dog? Get in touch about future litters.