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In 2001, when we set out to revive our grandfatherâ€™s oyster company, the Chesapeake Bay had just recorded its lowest oyster harvest in history. Nearly all of the oysters being processed in the Bay were being trucked in from the Gulf of Mexico.
We have been on this land in the hills of Barren County, KY since 1976 and have been making cheese with our own cows milk since 1998. We invite you to take a look around, see what we are all about, check out our online shop, and perhaps plan your next visit to our farm. We want to know about you too, so come and see us!
The goal of the Long Hungry Creek Farm is to grow the highest quality farm products possible, while enjoyably developing an economically viable, aesthetically pleasing and humus-rich farm which remains relatively independent regarding itâ€™s own feed and fertilizer needs. Weâ€™d like to continue researching ways to do this and to demonstrate and promote the idea that such a farm is a valuable and beneficial addition to the landscape and atmosphere of the 21st century.
They are our friends, fellow coffee fanatics, trusted partners in the unfathomably complex story of coffee going from the plant to your cup. Our calling, then, is to honor our farmers and friends by paying them well, roasting their coffee in a way that honors its history and nuance, and serving the coffee with gratitude, acknowledging our place in this family of coffee.
We have been providing our customers with the best artisan aged country ham products for almost 50 years. Our hams have been carefully cured, smoked with apple and hickory wood, and aged using Woods' curing process
The farm is owned and operated by Caroline McDonald, a first-generation farmer from Nashville. Caroline cares deeply about quality food and sustainable growing methods, and she believes in their power to nourish people, our community, and the earth.