We have organic rations for layers and broilers, as well as a soy free blend.
We mill feed of the very best in nutrition and quality to produce rich milk.
Our organic turkey feed includes a high percentage protein rich soy-blend.
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We mill rations for lactating, starter, grow-finish or breeding pigs - including micro and mini pigs.
For your sheep's delicate digestion, we use the best grains, minerals and salt.
Our horse rations contain corn, oats, soybeans, molasses and Fertrell minerals.
Our organic duck feeds are formulated for each stage of a duck's life.
At Reedy Fork Farm, we know that organic feed is an important part to having healthy, happy animals. That's why we use the finest quality of organic grains, vitamins and minerals. As a certified organic farm, we use no synthetic fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides, and none of our grains are genetically modified.
Quite simply, we take the best and make the best, so your animals get the very best organic feed.
Reedy Fork Farm is the only North Carolina organic feed source that offers bag or bulk feeds. We are a member of Organic Valley Co-op, and our feeds are developed in association with Fertrell Minerals and Redmond Salt. A certified organic farm since 2007, we use no synthetic fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides, and none of our grains are genetically modified.
Our beautiful 600 acre farm is located just outside of Greensboro, NC, and has been in the Teague family for five generations. George Teague and his father, Franklin, currently own the farm.
Monday - Friday
9 am - 5pm
Saturday by appointment only
10 am - 2 pm
Reedy Fork Organic Farm is a proud sponsor of this year’s annual SchoolStock community outreach event. What is SchoolStock? Organized by Trinity Worship Center,* a Burlington congregation who has hosted the back-to-school event since 2009, SchoolStock helps families who struggle financially with making necessary purchases during the start of the school year. Last year, Trinity Continue…
Organic Valley just posted a beautiful virtual farm tour, called “Dawn to Dusk, a day on an Organic Valley farm”. It’s just gorgeous, especially the picture of our Hayley and her softball team! Take a look! Of course, we got sort of sidetracked watching it, and began surfing through some other Organic Valley videos…like this Continue…