Your Family Farmer
3854 Olde Scotland Rd
Chambersburg, PA 17202
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Mon-Fri 8:00am – 5:00pm
Sat 8:00 am – 4:00pm
Your Family Farmer is a community of organic and sustainable farms, bakers, and producers. Each with a unique vision and talent, and more importantly, each with a focus on grass-based, nutrient-dense, raw, and traditional principles of organic farming. If you happen to be near Chambersburg, PA, visit their farm store for the best prices and selection. Additionally, this is where you will find the chickens and cows roaming on organic pastures, and their 100% grass-fed (grain, soy and corn free), 100% certified organic, Jersey, raw milk. Milk straight from the cow!
Here is a list of foods they offer:
- Raw Milk (organic, grass-fed)
- Raw Cheese (organic, grass-fed)
- Organic Pastured Chicken
- Organic Pastured Turkey
- Grass-fed Beef
- Woodland Pork
- Local Organic Produce
- Pastured Eggs (organic, soy-free)
- Wild caught Salmon
- Raw Honey
- Organic Maple Syrup
- Kefir & Kombucha
- Baked Goods
- Lacto Fermented Foods
You can rest assured all products are:
- Soy Free
- Artificial Hormone Free
- Antibiotic Free
- Organically Pastured
- Humanely Raised
Here are three ways you can buy their products:
Visit the Farm Store for best pricing and selection:
Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
(No Sundays or Holidays)
Drop Off Locations
If you are from PA or a border state, you can place an order online and pick up from one of their 50 plus drop-off locations in Pennsylvania. For all the details such as order placement, times of delivery and drop-off locations check here.
UPS Home Delivery
Get delivery right to your doorstep! They recently started offering UPS Home delivery. Currently, the delivery area is limited to about 30 states. Find more details and see if they deliver to your area.
Faves: Pasture-raised chickens, pastured eggs, and raw honey.
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