Steadfast Farm About Us
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Saturday, 15 January 2011 08:23
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Steadfast Farm is a family farm dedicated to cultivating high quality grains, black beans and grass-fed beef.
Our objectives are threefold: As farmers, to cultivate grains, legumes, oil seed, beef and select produce to fill a necessary niche in our local food system; As stewards of this land, to enhance the ecological health of our farm; And as community members, to educate and provide the public with nutritionally dense foods.

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Steadfast Farm Sells on-site (call (434) 566-2277 or email for information), Charlottesville City Market, local restaurants, CSA
Spread the word, Steadfast Farm is available at these places.

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About Steadfast Farm

Locality
Steadfast Farm is a family farm nestled in the Piedmont region of Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains. Conveniently located just 6 miles south-west of Charlottesville, we manage 500+ acres of pasture, cultivated land, mixed hardwood forests, and the headwaters of the North Fork of the Hardware River.

History
Historically a large family farm, the surrounding land has been divided and left fallow for the last 40 years. In the last five years, Steadfast Farm has been restored to a healthy environment and working farm. It is our intent to continue this agricultural development towards a thriving ecosystem and a fully functioning farm business.

Mission & Goals
Our mission is to utilize sustainable farming practices to cultivate quality food for our local community. Our objectives are threefold: As farmers, to cultivate grains, legumes, oil seed, beef and select produce to fill a necessary niche in our local food system; As stewards of this land, to enhance the ecological health of our farm; And as community members, to educate and provide the public with nutritionally dense foods.

What we grow
Currently we cultivate Black Beans, Hard Red Winter Wheat, Malting Barley, Hulles Oats and raise grass-fed Black Angus Cattle. Our farming practices keep in line with organic standards

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Last Updated on Sunday, 15 April 2012 02:22