Rock House Farm and Creamery products are available for wholesale.
Priced per pound. The cattle operation includes a cow-calf component as well as a finishing operation for producing grass-fed and grass-finished beef. The cattle are a heritage breed, Devon, crossed with Angus. We use irrigation to grow high-quality forage on a year-round basis, which translates into tender, flavorful beef being produced throughout the year. The University of Georgia forage specialists helped us select proper forages to finish top quality animals.
The heritage hog operation entails breeding registered Berkshire hogs and then raising and finishing the offspring from that registered stock. The hogs are raised in an open environment that combines woods and pasture. They obtain some of their diet from grazing, but are also fed a blended ration from a local feed mill to ensure that they stay healthy and happy. Berkshire hogs produce a higher quality pork with a darker color and greater marbling for optimum tenderness, juiciness, and flavor.
Our two varieties of heirloom corn give Rock House Farm’s grits and cornmeal an exceptional flavor. With our very own grist mill, we are able to provide Hickory King grits and cornmeal and Bloody Butcher cornmeal.
Bloody butcher is an heirloom dent corn variety developed in the 1800s in Virginia. When dried, it’s known for its excellence in milling.
Hickory King yellow corn was developed in Appalachia in the 1800s.
Neither varieties have been used in commercial production in 100 years.
For pricing, account setup and information, contact Haley Gilleland at firstname.lastname@example.org or 770-385-1187 ext. 283.