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Pastured Products Directory – South Carolina

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Looking for a farm or ranch near you? Find it on map of South Carolina farms, or browse the alphabetical list below.

Find local stores, restaurants, and markets that feature grass-fed products, on our South Carolina Beyond the Farm page.

 

The following farms and ranches have certified that they meet Eatwild's criteria for producing grassfed meat, eggs and dairy products. Contact them directly for additional information or to buy their products.


Butter Patch Jerseys and Jersey Thyme Farm, a working family operation established in 1981, is now taking orders for Red Poll and Black Angus pastured beef. These steers are noted for their natural tenderness and marbling. They have been pastured on succulent forages and have never received steroids, antibiotics, or hormone supplements.

You can purchase a whole, half or quarter beef that has been processed and vacuum sealed at a USDA inspected facility. We also offer whole Grade A raw milk from our herd of registered Jersey milk cows, brown eggs from free-range chickens, and a few lambs will be available this spring.

You can be assured that the food you purchase from us has been produced naturally and humanely—no confinement housing. Our quality guarantee is this: We don't sell any food that we would not allow our grandchildren to eat.

Butter Patch Jerseys and Jersey Thyme Farm, Mike and Patrice Buck, 175 Dairy Lane, Saluda SC 29138. (864) 445-7399.
E-mail: butterpatchjerseys@embarqmail.com. Website: pending.


Carolina Grassfed Beef & Free-Range Eggs, a division of Double M Farm, Inc., produces delicious all-natural grassfed, grass-finished beef, free-range pastured brown eggs, pastured pork and pastured poultry.

We use no hormones, antibiotics, pesticides, herbicides, or de-wormers on our cattle, chickens and pigs.

Beef, pork and poultry are processed in a USDA inspected facility, vacuum-sealed, flash frozen, and sold in our farm store.

BEEF: We start with a superior line of heritage breed Trask Polled Hereford. We knew Mr. Trask personally and have had Trask cattle on the farm since 1950. We choose animals that show phenotypic traits for finishing exceptionally well on grass based on information gained through years of studying the teachings of Gearld Fry and the late Charles Walters.

We rotationally graze our cattle, and use only small amounts of fertilizers approved for organic farming. We mix our own minerals with sea salt as the base. We feed no grain, grain by-products, or animal by-products to our cattle. Beef is dry-aged for four weeks and sold by the cut, half, and whole carcass. We have a waiting list for half and whole beef.

CHICKEN & EGGS: Our chickens free-range 500 acres and do what chickens do: scratch the ground, eat bugs, grass, and the soy-free feed we mill ourselves. We do not use commercial layer feed or animal by-products. We sell whole chickens, livers, feet, and brown eggs by the dozen and the flat (2 1/2 dozen).

PORK: Our pastured pigs spend their days doing what pigs do: rooting, wallowing, and eating weeds, roots and the soy-free feed we mill for them. Our heritage breeds include full and crossbred Berkshire, Duroc, and Hereford for exceptionally delicious pork. We sell pork by the cut.

We are located in the beautiful foothills of Anderson, SC, 13 miles from the Georgia State Line. Our family has owned and operated Double M Farm, Inc. since 1847 and produced the finest Grassfed Beef since 2004.

Carolina Grassfed Beef and Free-Range Eggs, Mac and Robin McGee, John & Kalyna McGee, 3456 Highway 187 South, Anderson SC 29626. For Beef and Eggs call Mac @ 864-844-1621. For Pork and Poultry call John @ 864-844-1505.
E-mail: robinmcgee16@gmail.com. Website: www.carolinagrassfedbeef.com.


Chucktown Chickens are grown right here in South Carolina on beautiful lake Marion alongside River Run Farms' grass fed beef. The chickens are never given any antibiotics, hormones or animal byproducts. The chickens are grown on fresh green pastures, moved everyday in floor-less cages, free to eat all the bugs they can find along with any grass and seed pods—of which they eat a great amount! Aside from what they find on pasture, they are fed a natural diet consisting of corn, soybeans, oats, fish meal, kelp meal, Fertrell's Nutri-balancer (a probiotic/natural mineral supplement), brewers yeast and oyster shell. Our chickens average 3lbs in weight, but are available from 1.5lbs to 5lbs on occasion. We also offer cut up chicken so you can get boneless/skinless breast, thighs, drumsticks and wings as well as hearts and

We are happy to announce that we now offer free range eggs from our newly matured laying flock. Our hens are raised with the same standards as our broilers except they are afforded much more ranging area to ensure the best possible yolk quality.

We ship our products only in SC and deliver on Saturdays to Charleston and the surrounding areas.

We also have bulk buying programs available.

You can find us at the downtown Charleston Farmer's Market located on the King Street side of Marion Square Park on Saturday mornings, 8am-2pm from April to late December. You can also find us at the Mt. Pleasant Farmer's Market located off of Coleman Blvd on Tuesday 3pm-dark from mid April to late October.

Visit our website for more information.

Chucktown Chicken, Mike Milligan, 187 River Run Drive, Vance SC 29163. (803) 308-3661.
E-mail: chucktownchicken@gmail.com.


DC White, LLC is pleased to offer pastured chickens and turkeys and grassfed beef. We ship our products to most parts of the United States but it is most economical for the eastern half of the country.

Given the climate of the southeast we are able to raise our product year round. Our cattle are born and raised on the farm and are mostly Hereford, Angus and now with a little Jersey mixed in. The poultry receive a ration of grains (primarily non-GM) and a vitamin mix based on Kelp meal and some fish meal for protein. They get no antibiotics, coccidiostats or artificial growth promotants.

Visit our website or call us. Farm visits are by appointment only.

DC White, LLC, David and Pattie White, Darlington SC 29532. (843) 395-0793.
E-mail: thewhites@freerangechicken.com. Website: www.freerangechicken.com.


Ebenezer Farm is a family farm in the rolling Piedmont hills. St Croix Hair Sheep, a threatened breed according to the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy, share our farm with guard donkeys, Angus cattle, American Dominique chickens and abundant wildlife.

St Croix sheep are a good fit in our grass and legume based pastures. They have natural parasite resistance and require minimal handling. St Croix lamb products, such as French racks, loin chops, lean ground lamb, kabob cubes, leg of lamb and other cuts are known for always delivering mild taste with each tender bite. We do not crossbreed so the flavor is consistently enjoyable. The St Croix breed and lamb products are listed in the US Ark of Taste by Slow Food USA.

Flocks are rotated on pastures, provided high quality minerals and if supplemental feed is needed, we provide locally grown hay. The flocks are maintained as registered sheep so that part of each lamb crop can be used to start new flocks and to preserve this rare gene pool. We do not allow the ewes to lamb in the worst of winter or the hottest months of summer for the sake of their health and for the safety of the newborn lambs.

Market lambs are grown in stress-free pastures and are available most of the year. Whole lamb is available and can be cut to your specifications. It will be processed, shrink-wrapped and frozen by Glenn and Linda, at Northwest Meats, a state inspected facility. We are highly impressed with their cleanliness and service. Smaller portions and individuals cuts are available from our friends, Tom and Linda, at Happy Cow Creamery.

Thank you for calling us between the hours of 8 AM and 9 PM, Eastern Time. We go to bed with the chickens!

Ebenezer Farm, Eddie and Pam Martin, 3740 Highway 413, Anderson SC 29621. (864) 296-0454.
E-mail: theebenezerfarm@yahoo.com.


Fairfax-Lewis Farm is a 100% grassfed beef farm located in Cerro Gordo, NC. We have a limited availability of 100% grassfed beef.

For more information, e-mail or give us a call.

Fairfax-Lewis Farm, Geoff Lewis, 442 Tuton Road, Cerro Gordo NC 28430. (910) 234-1012.
E-mail: fairfaxlewis@gmail.com.


Greenbrier Farms is located on 300 acres just 20 minutes from downtown Greenville, SC. While we may be small, our dedication is anything but. Through specific agricultural techniques that are in sync with nature, we enhance and enrich the environment and enrich our products. The result are fields of harmony offering meats and produce that are both good tasting and good for you. We specialize in everything organic (not certified), like 100% grass fed beef, pastured poultry, pasture raised pork, and organic vegetables.

Greenbrier Farms offers a full CSA program for both produce and proteins. In addition to our CSA, we can be found at local farmers markets, Whole Foods Markets in South Carolina and a variety of culinary institutions and restaurants in the upstate. We offer fresh picked organic vegetables, whole/half beef and pastured pork along with a variety of individual cuts sold direct to the consumer.

Greenbrier Farms also has a fully equipped event space where we host a variety of events like weddings, farm to table dinners, spring plant sales, fall harvest fest and private events.

Greenbrier Farms also has a full internship program with details being on our website.

Greenbrier Farms, Roddy Pick, 772 Hester Store Road, Easley SC 29640. (864) 855-9782.
Website: www.greenbrierfarms.com.


Hereford Hills Ranch is a sustainable family ranch where our animals enjoy a natural lifestyle to provide the best possible meat for our customers, while preserving and improving the land for future generations.

Our beef cattle are grassfed on a pasture rotation system to provide them with fresh natural forage 24/7 all year long. They have access to fresh well water and wooded areas for afternoon naps. They enjoy a natural breeding and birthing system and all babies stay with their mothers until weaning.

Our heritage pork is pasture raised in our natural breeding and birthing system with plenty of nuts and roots for them to eat. They have great mud holes for wallowing in, fresh well water and wooded areas for keeping cool on warm southern summer days.

All our meat is slaughtered and processed in a USDA approved facility, vacuumed sealed and flash frozen to assure the freshness our customers are looking for.

None of our animals receive any hormones or antibiotics at any time and there is no animal by-products added to our pig feed.

Please see our web-site for more background on our family ranch and a complete listing of available products and prices.

We sell our products at the Union SC Farmers Market and at our ranch. We are looking forward to meeting you.

Hereford Hills Ranch, Lewis and Libby Oliver, 1141 Pineland Road, Union SC 29379. (843) 367-1820.
E-mail: info@herefordhillsranch.com. Website: www.herefordhillsranch.com.


Hidden Hills Farm is located just outside of Columbia, SC in Leesville. Our farm offers pasture-raised chicken, pork, and eggs. We do not use any growth hormones or antibiotics. We offer local pickup options as well as shipping of select products.

Four principles govern how we do things on the farm:

  • Humane practices – This is the core of what we do, and we strive to differentiate ourselves in this. Our job is outside with our birds and livestock where our constant interactions allow us to learn from them and create an environment where their needs are met in a natural setting. It also allows us to respond to the constant challenges farms face such as extreme temperatures, drought, etc. We attribute our success to our “animal welfare first” approach. We believe all animals should be treated with respect and care, especially the ones we are raising to be food.

  • Environment – Our goal is to master regenerative practices and produce the best quality soil and forage we can for our animals. We are in our third season of rotational farming and are already seeing our farm bounce back and come to life.

  • Healthy – For several years we benefited from eating local, pastured meats and produce and personally experienced the profound effects it had on our health and quality of life. Now we work to produce these products and to educate consumers as to why this is so crucial to our future.

  • Flavor – We believe that food should taste good. We think most of what an animal does in its everyday life affects the end product—its health benefits as well as its flavor. We are constantly aware of this in our daily practices. While we agree that we are what we eat eats, we also believe we are what we eat and how it lives.

Hidden Hills Farm, Rachel Berry and Steve Alexander, 1860 Martin Smith Road, Leesville SC 29070. Cell (preferred): 803.920.3033 or home: 803.657.0305.
E-mail: Hiddenhillsfarmsc@gmail.com. Website: hiddenhillsfarmsc.com.


Marshallberg Farm is located in coastal North Carolina in an area known as Downeast. We (Brian and Lianne Reburn) raise 100% grass-fed Angus beef cattle on beautiful green pastures just meters away from the Core Sound.

Our cattle lead relaxed, stress-free lives with only 5 animals per 25 acres. They have lots of room to roam, and a variety of grasses and vegetation to enjoy. Afterwards they relax in the shade in their own small forest and chew their cud. Marshallberg Farm has raised up to 70 grass-fed cattle at a time, but currently we are raising just under 10 at a time. We believe that the healthiest and tastiest beef is 100% grass-fed. We believe cattle should have lots of room. Although we are not officially certified, we never feed our cattle anything but pasture grasses (and hay in the winter – only if needed).

​Marshallberg Farm is also known for an aquaculture facility which raises sturgeon for caviar. We do indeed work as sturgeon farmers, but don't be confused – we also have beef!

To purchase our products, please call ahead to make an appointment. Because we are often out in the fields or in the fish tanks, we are not available for walk-ins. We have a micro-small staff, so please do not arrive unannounced. Call 252-646-1713 to set up a time with us; otherwise, you will most likely find yourselves wandering around unable to find us!

If you come to purchase beef, you are also more than welcome to buy our sustainable sturgeon meat and caviar (ranked a "Best" choice for sustainability by Monterey Bay Seafood Watch).

​If you have any questions, feel free to contact us by phone or email. Thank you and hope to see you on the farm! – Brian and Lianne.

Marshallberg Farm, Lianne Won-Reburn, 811 Straits Road, Smyrna NC 28579Shop by appointment only! 252-646-1713.
E-mail: lianne@marshallbergfarm.com. Website: https://www.facebook.com/marshallbergbeef/.


Middle Sparrow Ranch is a small family owned farm near Florence, SC. Our mission is to sustainably produce grass-fed beef, raw Jersey milk and farmstead cheese for the Pee Dee, Midlands, Grand Strand and Low Country areas of South Carolina.

Our small registered Jersey herd is 100% grass-fed except for very small amounts of grain offered to get them in for milking. We offer raw milk, butter, and cheese. We also have a small herd of Santa Gertrudis cattle which provide us with our 100% grass-fed beef. We do not use any hormones or antibiotics on our animals.

We soon will be offering delivery points in the Marion, Conway, Myrtle Beach, North Myrtle Beach, Summerville, North Charleston, Charleston, and Mt Pleasant areas.

Middle Sparrow Ranch, Earle and Alice Boller, 400 Ralph Lane Road, Timmonsville SC 29161. (843) 330-8652.
E-mail: info@middlesparrowranch.com. Website: www.middlesparrowranch.com.


Old Paths Farm is committed to the goal of producing the world's best food—food that is nutritious, delicious and reasonably priced—in a manner that protects, nurtures and improves the land we're blessed to farm. In pursuit of that goal, we use no chemical fertilizers, animal hormones or pesticides of any kind in production of salad bar beef, pastured pigs, eggs from pastured hens, and garden vegetables.

Customers may order fresh beef and pork in bulk year-round, or stop by the farm for frozen goods, baked items, and other family-produced wares. We offer garden produce when we have excess from growing our own veggies and fruits. We also make the farm available for weddings, parties and other family events. We welcome visitors to the farm, and can arrange tours in advance. No Sunday calls or visits, please.

We view our farm as much a ministry as a profitable business. We want to provide what our customers can't get anywhere else, namely locally-produced food that's fit to eat and that supports the rejuvenation and continuation of the family farm for the generations to come.

Old Paths Farm, Travis and Stacy Childers, 144 Strawberry Road, Gaffney SC 29341. (864) 504-5401.
E-mail: thegoodlife@oldpathsfarm.com. Website: www.oldpathsfarm.com. Facebook: @OldPathsFarmLocalFood and @OldPathsFarmEvents.


Our Local Foods at Thornhill Farm is a certified organic farm that offers grass fed beef, free range chicken, pastured pork, farm fresh eggs and certified organic vegetables. We are home to "Kitchen Table Cuisine," a regional delivery program of locally produced meat and other locally produced food items.

On Thornhill Farm, we produce wonderful farm fresh eggs from hens that are raised free range and we grow certified organic vegetables on a 10-acre organic vegetable production area. We work with other wonderful local farms to bring a wide variety of locally produced foods to our customers via our unique regional delivery program. We service the Beaufort to Myrtle Beach area with Community Supported Agriculture (CSA).

Thornhill Farm is a collaboration of a thriving working farm enterprise, Our Local Foods, LLC and a unique non-profit organization—Adaptive Gardens of the Lowcountry—that serves the special needs community. This synergistic working relationship has created a farm full of life and community purpose.

We welcome visits to our farm and farm store. Please stop by when traveling along Highway 17 between Charleston and Myrtle Beach. Our farm store is open Monday–Saturday from 10–5 pm. Visit us online, give us a call, or send an email. We look forward to hearing from you.

Celebrate Local!

Our Local Foods, LLC is located on Thornhill Farm, Maria Baldwin, 10882 Highway 17 North, McClellanville, SC 29458. (843) 887-3500.
E-mail: info@ourlocalfoods.com. Website: www.ourlocalfoods.com.


Ovis Hill Farm produces grass fed and pasture raised beef, lamb, free range eggs, chicken, and certified organic vegetables (certified by Clemson University).

We practice rotational grazing using a combination of permanent pastures with seasonal no-till planting. We offer educational programs for schools and groups as well as host an on-farm annual Fall Family Farm Festival featuring arts and crafts, sheep shearing, fiber artist, games, meal from our products, hay rides with border collie demonstration, and more.

Our beef, lamb and chicken is processed at a USDA inspected packing plant that is Halal and Certified Humane. Our beef is dry aged 30 days, lamb 10 to 14 days, then cut, vacuum packed and flash frozen to preserve freshness. Our meats are offered in bulk or by the cut at our markets and in our on-farm store. We network with other SC farms to offer our collective products at our markets (see Eatwild's So. Carolina Beyond the Farm page for details). Shipping is possible.

Ovis Hill Farm, Charlie Caldwell, 1501 Weaver Street, Timmonsville SC 29161. (843) 992-9447.
E-mail: charlie@ovishillfarm.com. Website: www.ovishillfarm.com.


At Park Creek Farm and Preserve, 33 acres of our 36 acre farm is a preserve with a variety of plants and animals including beaver, herons, mink, otters. A trail is the only use of this acreage. The three front acres have a variety of berries, fruit and pasture for our free range (in tractors which are moved daily) hens.

We sell eggs, vegetables and fruit in season. Blackberries and blueberries are our primary fruit. We farm organically. We also offer shares of our food in a CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program.

We are 10 miles from Abbeville, 40 from Greenville, 25 from Anderson, 8 from Honea Path. Someone is usually home.

Park Creek Farm and Preserve, Errol Hess and Barbara Ervin, 355 Mt. Lebanon Road, Donalds SC 29638. (864) 379-8061.
E-mail: errol@kitenet.net.


Peaceful Meadows Farm, a family farm established in 1996, is owned and operated by Philip and Sheila Brooks and Jeremy and Laura Brooks. It is located just 25 miles from the Charlotte city limits in eastern Union County, NC, and just 9 miles from the South Carolina state border.

Our animals are grown completely from birth on our farm and enjoy wide open free range, sunshine and fresh air. We never use pesticides, chemicals, hormones, antibiotics or other growth enhancers in our production of beef or pork.

Although we are not officially organic we are very careful to use organic practices in raising our livestock.

At present our cattle are a mix of Black Angus, Red Angus and Red Devon. They are completely grass-fed without ever receiving any grain. Our pork consist of the Berkshire and Tamworth Heritage breeds that are crossed to provide a delightful eating experience of ruby colored meat with a rich distinctive flavor. They eat a diet of home blended grains with organic mineral supplements, as well as grass, berries and nuts found in the wooded pastures.

All of our meat is processed in a very clean USDA facility and packaged in clear vacuum sealed packages. We sell both the beef and pork in bulk quantities picked up at the farm. Watch our web site for offerings in the near future for pricing by the cut or smaller sample packages.

Our products are available at various times throughout the year, so it is best to send us an email address notifying us of your interest. It is our practice to send out a broadcast email at least a month in advance of when we plan to have bulk meat to be purchased.

Your questions are welcomed any time about our products or our farm in general.

Peaceful Meadows Farm, Philip H. Brooks, 1740 Camden Road, Marshville NC 28103. (704) 233-4902.
E-mail: peacefulmeadowsfarm@windstream.net. Website: www.peacefulmeadowsfarm.com.


Puddle Moon Farm is located in Edgemoor, SC, just below Charlotte, NC. A delicious eating experience awaits you from fresh air, sunshine, clean water and livestock raised the way God intended in a natural environment.

Our pastured pork are rotated in shaded paddocks every few weeks and are only fed Non-GMO all-natural grain.

Our grass fed beef are purebred Red Devon and Red Devon/Black Angus crosses. They are rotated daily to fresh grazing paddocks.

We also have Cornish Cross organic chickens raised outside in fresh air and sunshine. Like the pigs, they eat Non-GMO grain grown by local farmers. Please check out our website to see what our customers are saying about the healthy, delicious meat products from our farm.

Puddle Moon Farm, DeAnn Harris, 4354 Simpson Road, Edgemoor SC 29712. (803) 487-7103.
E-mail: deann.harris@yahoo.com. Website: puddlemoonfarm.com.


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Walker Century Farms are located in northern Anderson County, SC. We raise and sell purebred Red Devon cattle and processed beef and pork. Our breeding program uses older traditional genetics primarily focused around Noyl Boy M78. Our program will soon include traditional genetics from semen and embryos imported from England.

For the meat market, we have steers that exhibit excellent marbling and are raised to about 1100 pounds before slaughter. Our cattle are 100% grass-fed and grass-finished, and receive no animal products or GMOs, nor is any hormone therapy administered. We market our beef as individual cuts, vacuum-packed and frozen or one-pound ground beef packages.

We are using Tamworth, Mulefoot, and Gloucester Old Spot breeds to produce crosses that have excellent flavor and tenderness. Our pigs are allowed to roam freely in the forest and fields. They are given supplemental feed, but not antibiotics or hormones. We market our pork locally frozen and vacuum-packed as individual cuts or one-pound packs of sausage.

Although not certified organic, sustainable and organic practices are utilized.Our pastures are managed with organic fertilizers and no hay is cut from the fields. Rotational grazing is practiced where the cattle move to a new section of pasture resulting in a more efficient grazing and better use of the land.Each section is allowed to grow new grass before being grazed again.

Walker Century Farms is committed to producing healthy, tasteful meat in a sustainable manner. The benefits of grassfed beef include 2-4 times more omega-3 fatty acids, higher CLA amounts, and higher vitamin E content than conventional grain fed beef.

Walker Century Farms, Nancy Walker and Bill Walker, 1130 Shackleburg Road, Anderson, SC 29621. (864) 226-2668.
E-mail: walkercenturyfarms@yahoo.com. Website: www.walkercenturyfarms.com.


Watson Farms Pastured Meats is proud to offer 100% grass-fed beef, pastured pork, pastured chicken, and pastured eggs. We don’t use any added hormones, antibiotics, or animal by-products.

Our animals are all raised on our family farm near Lowrys, S.C. We are a real farm and depend on agriculture for our livelihood, so you can be assured that sustainability is one of our foremost concerns, along with offering a great product to keep our customers coming back. We serve south Charlotte, N.C. as well as York and Chester counties, S.C.  For select zip codes in these areas we offer Home Delivery with our refrigerated van. We also have many pickup locations in Greenville, Columbia, and Charleston, SC. Click here for more information.

We now ship our meats throughout North and South Carolina and select zip codes in Virginia, West Virginia, Tennessee, and Georgia. We ship via FedEx Ground. Check out our FedEx Eligible Category to see all the items available for shipping.

Take a look at our website, and experience for yourself the benefits of Watson Farms Pastured Meats.

Watson Farms, Matt and Kelly Watson, 713 Colony Road, Chester SC 29706. (803) 581-8926.
E-mail: kelly@watsonfarmsbeef.com. Website: http://watsonfarmsbeef.com.


The Wright Beef has been a grass based family farm for over 55 years. Our farm is 1570 acres located in Abbeville County, SC, about an hour drive from Greenville. We are devoted to raising natural grassfed to finished Angus beef on grasslands grown on mineral rich soils.

All of our cattle are born and raised right here on our farm. They do not receive grain, hormones or antibiotics. They are handled as stress free as possible. We produce great tasting gourmet quality beef that is healthy for your family. It is processed locally, aged 21 days and vacuum packed for flavor and freshness. We offer a whole, half or split half.

Anyone interested in eating wild, please give us a call and visit anytime.

The Wright Beef, Billy and Cameron Wright, PO Box 68, Lowndesville SC 29659. (864) 348-2706.
E-mail: suzwright55@yahoo.com. Website: http://thewrightbeef.com.


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