We have sold our flock to Jeison and Madison with Southern Villa Farm. They apply the same practices we did here at Cedar Falls Farm. They continue to pasture raise and rotational graze their hens. They are located on Dunklin Bridge Road.
2022 was the the first year we are not offering seasonal produce. We planted more blueberries, muscadines, figs, Asian persimmons, pears, plums, peaches, apples and pecans. It will take several years in order for these trees and vines to start producing. We struggled with damage from the abundance of deer during the fall and will be planting more fruit trees in the spring of 2023. We are trying to prepare for the future and enjoy some retirement life.
Here at Cedar Falls Farm we are proud to be a part of the Certified SC Grown Program. If we sell it, we grew it. Please visit the site for more information. A link is located at the top of the page or click on the button below.
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Periodically we will offer classes in our workshop. These classes are typically limited to 10 to 15 people in order to give better instruction and allow hands on time.
This course covers the processing of a chicken from dispatch to bagging for the freezer. We will cover proper temperatures for different parts of the process, scalding, plucking, eviscerating and chilling. Take home knowledge and a chicken you have processed.
This training will be scheduled around availability of chickens and interest in training.
Duration is 4 to 6 hours.
We will cover the fundamentals of making breakfast sausage. The basic recipe is a mild, sage based sausage. Will include picking out the proper cuts of meat, primary steps of making sausage, importance of temperature controls and packaging. We will also cover equipment needs. Take home a pound of sausage that you made. This training is geared towards homesteadeand folks looking to save money over time by making your own sausage.
Duration is 4 to 6 hours, depending the number of participants.
This class will be in conjunction with a local friend of the farm. Learn how to make jams and jellies using fresh fruits and berries. Please follow our Facebook page for scheduled training.
We can be found at the Fountain Inn Farmer's Market at stall six from 05 May until the end of September every Saturday morning.
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This is Princess. She likes to roost on the gate.