Logan Berry Heritage Farm

Farm Market

Due to unseasonable and unexpected heavy amounts of rain all year, many of our crops did not produce as expected.


As a result, our FARM MARKET has closed early for 2013. However, we do have a number of items for pick-up year round with call ahead ordering. Please call the Farm at 706-348-6068 to find out what is available currently.

Products that are normally available year round are:

Fresh Seasonal Produce, LoganBerry Eggs, Grass-fed, Grass-finished Beef, Organic Chicken Feeds and specialty items such as Sorghum Syrup, Garlic Powder, Popcorn and a variety of Jams & Jellies.

Click here for more details on our Farm Market

Please call 706-348-6068.

FRIENDS OF LOGANBERRY

We invite you to become a “Friend of LoganBerry” and experience first hand what we are all about. Similar to a CSA, our 2013 “Friends” program offers more flexibility and benefits.


Click here for more details on Friends of LoganBerry

   Buy local - support your local farms.    Buy organic - support your life.


LHF Pastured Beef Grass-Fed, Grass-Finished



Our 100% Grass-Fed Beef is available by the cut, package or share.

Click here to read more about our Beef.
 

LHF Eggs from
Pastured Hens


Our hens are lovingly raised here on pasture and fed high quality, organic, soy free feed. You can taste and see the difference in our eggs!
Click here for more information about our PHD


LHF Pastured
Meat Chickens


Like our laying hens, our Meat Chickens are pasture raised and fed organic, soy  free feed. We believe they deserve the best we can give them for their sacrifice to nourish our bodies. They are humanely processed on the Farm and are available fresh or freshly frozen during our Market season.
Click here for more information on purchasing our whole, oven ready chicken.

LHF Pastured Poultry

Pastured Hen Division

Meet the Pastured Hen Division!

Our LAYING hens are happy, healthy and laying. We have had rave review about our eggs and people wonder what makes them taste so good and have such wonderful, orange yolks.  The answer is that they are PASTURED…they get to be chickens; scratch around in the dirt, outside in the fresh air and sunshine, eating grass and greens and bugs. There is no crowding, no stress, no confinement,  no artificial light that robs them of their circadian rhythms.  The more natural resources a hen has in the pasture, the deeper the yellow-orange yolk will be.  And the deep orange yolk means less cholesterol, fewer saturated fats, more vitamin A, B12, D, and beta carotene and more essential omega-3 fatty acid than eggs from factory raised hens.

So, go ahead and eat eggs! But be sure they are eggs from Pastured hens!

Every MEAT chicken sold here at the Farm has been raised from a day old chick.  Our poultry is fed an organic, soy free feed which is free of any chemical additives, hormones or medications. They are raised in as healthy environment as possible.

The chicks are first housed in a brooder, that keeps them warm and out of harm’s way of predators. Their “bedding” material is rich in carbon which prevents toxic ammonia vapors. When the chicks are about 3 weeks old, we move them to their field home where they are free to be outside in the fresh air and sunshine scratching for bugs and greens and worms. There is shade, shelter and fresh water available at all times.

The chicken you purchase will be tasty, tender, juicy and nutritious.When they reach broiler weight they are humanely and compassionately processed here on the Farm.

We sell our chickens whole; either fresh or freshly frozen. Our typical broilers weigh from 3 ½ to 5 1/2 pounds and are available during the summer and fall only. They can be pre-ordered by calling or emailing the Farm or they can be purchased at our Saturday Market when available.


Egg carton labeling is very confusing. Here are a few things to look for next time you’re buying eggs.

FREE RANGE or FREE ROAMING according to the USDA means the chickens are “allowed access to the outdoors.”  But, they do not have to go outside to be labeled “free Range”. There needs to be a small window or door that could be used to allow access to the outside. There are no restrictions as to what the hens can be fed and beak cutting and forced molting through starvation are permitted.

CAGE FREE means just that, they are not kept in cages. They are free to walk about inside the hen house that is most likely overcrowded and filthy. It does not mean they have access to the outdoors, but they can engage in many of their natural behaviors such as walking, nesting and spreading their wings. Beak cutting is permitted

VEGETARIAN only means that the chickens have not been fed any animal by-product. They may be caged or not, free range or not, there is no telling unless it also is on the package. The certain thing is that they have not been out on pasture, for chickens that are pastured eat worms and insects. There are no restrictions on living conditions.

ORGANIC eggs (if they are certified organic) come from chickens that are fed organic feed with no chemical, genetically modified organisms (GMO grains), irradiation or sewage sludge. There are no regulations on how the hens are kept.  Beak cutting and forced molting by starvation is allowed under organic law.

CERTIFIED HUMANE means the chickens are uncaged but may be kept indoors at all time. There must be adequate room for them to stretch their wings, have perches and nest boxes. While forced molting through starvation is prohibited, beak cutting is allowed

PASTURED means the chickens are outside in their natural environment, free to scratch and forage on their own, dust bathe, flap their wings and act like chickens should. They are normally housed in a coop at night, have free access to nesting boxes and given supplemental grain. The term PASTURED usually refers to small, independent farmer who sell at farmer’s markets or directly to the consumer.