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Stillwater Farm

 Farm Fresh, Pasture-Raised Meat, Eggs, and Milk

 

 

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Come see us every Saturday at Trussville Farmer’s Market from 8 am – 12 noon.

3 weeks ago

Stillwater Farm
Come see us tomorrow here, not at the normal market spot. Get all your farm fresh meat for football season!!! Also well hit up our homeschool group's bake sale with plenty of goodies including gluten free options. I'm making einkorn chocolate chip cookies.Thanks to the Trussville Chamber of Commerce. 😎🌶🍅🍏🍉🌽 ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

Stillwater Farm
Since city fest was postponed to this coming sat, market will be at the Baptist church this week only, easy in and out. So come see us there, as well as come out and support our homeschool group's bake sale. They will have all kinds of goodies including lots of gluten free options! ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

Stillwater Farm
The city fest activities are postponed until next week so we will be at our regular market spot on Sat in Trussville at 90 Parkway Drive. Rain or shine 🌻 🌧️ come out and support your local farmers! ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

Stillwater Farm
Before you complain about someone’s prices, you should buy a cow.Before you tell someone their milk, meat, soap, cheese, produce, etc. is over-priced, you should buy land.Buy land. Pay for infrastructure. Buy a cow. Train the cow. Pay to Feed the cow. Care for the cow. Learn to milk the cow. Actually milk the cow. Cry over milk the cow kicked and spilled everywhere. Cry over your sick cow while you sit up all night with the vet. Stay up all night with your cow. Before you complain about someone’s prices, show up. Show up every day. Even when it’s 106*. Even when there’s a hurricane. Even when it’s hailing. Even when it’s freezing and your hands don’t work right. Even when you only got one hour of scattered sleep the night before. This post is not to complain, I wouldn’t trade this life for anything. But it’s important that everyday people understand what they are paying for. Small farms like ours don’t get government subsidies. We pay for everything out of pocket. Before you make a comment about prices think this through. I genuinely believe people make these comments out of ignorance, not to be ugly or rude.Farmers pay for their products with their lives. Time, blood, energy, emotion, no days off. Most of us don’t break even, much less make a profit. We do this because we believe there is a better way.When you buy local, you pay for more than the soap or milk or produce in your hands. Before you complain. Buy a cow. Or goats. or grow a large garden. Just be mindful. ... See MoreSee Less
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