Western Pennsylvania's Local Food Guide

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1st Generation Farms

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1st Generation Farms
172 Bauder School Rd, Pennsylvania 16052
Phone #: 724-991-1567
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/1st-Generation-Farms/989304254419552

1st Generation Farms is a small scale family owned and operated farm located in Prospect, Pennsylvania. We focus on providing our customers with meats that are raised in a humane and sustainable manner. As the name implies, we are a new farm and strive to stand out from those around us. We place our emphasis on quality vs quantity and make it a priority to charge our customers a fair price.

We offer pastured pork, grass-fed beef, and non-gmo pastured poultry. CSA drop sites in Prospect, Saxonburg, Zelienople, Wexford, and Pittsburgh.

We not only want to provide healthy, great tasting food to our customers, but we look forward to getting to know you as we share our farm with you.

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Content Submission Date: November 8, 2019

We’re excited to be publishing our 2nd annual Western PA Local Food Guide in early 2020 - right in time for the PA Farm Show!

This directory of farms, farmers' markets, CSAs, etc. will also contain local food tips, hacks & know-how from farms, food businesses, and food resource organizations.

We help consumers connect to tools and resources to know how and where to access local, real, healthy food year-round.

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