Jehovah-Jireh Farm: Local, pasture-raised meats and eggs
 
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We are a local source for delicious, pasture-raised chickens, turkeys, lamb, and fresh brown eggs in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. In addition to pasture, the poultry are fed organic feed. We do not use antibiotics, hormones, vaccines, synthetic vitamins, etc.

We are a grass based, sustainable, family operated farm nestled in the beautiful, peaceful Monocacy Natural Resource Management Area in southeast Frederick County Maryland next to the Montgomery County line, near Sugarloaf Mountain. We are approximately one hour from Baltimore, Washington DC, and Northern Virginia; and 30 minutes from Gaithersburg, Frederick, and Leesburg.

As stewards of the earth, we see our responsibility to carefully utilize the resources of the soil, using sustainable, organic methods to produce the most healthy meats and eggs and at the same time improve the soil for future generations.

We are what we eat. When we eat meats and eggs that are raised in dirty, smelly confinement situations, fed chemically produced, genetically modified grain, and the poultry and animals are routinely given antibiotics and other meds to keep them "healthy", is it any wonder that most Americans also require medication to keep them "healthy"?

We view our role in providing nutrient dense, healthy pasture raised meats and eggs as an important part of your health care, just as important as the service of your doctor in caring for your needs when you are sick. Our goal is to provide food to help you stay as strong and healthy as you can.




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