Pleasant Valley Farm offers organically grown, seasonal produce & herbs, humanely raised & grass fed meats (including beef, pork, chicken, lamb and homemade sausages), a variety of home canned products like jams, pickles, salsas and more, all produced on our historic 50 acre homestead. Our commitment to sustainability & self sufficiency means we farm exclusively with draft animal power, grow a variety of heirloom produce, and raise endangered heritage breed livestock like Dexter cattle and Bourbon Red turkeys. We also offer raw milk cheese and locally roasted coffees & tea we source from other small, responsible businesses. Besides a wonderful assortment of food products, we also offer baby poultry and seedlings in the spring, as well as hand forged metal creations from the blacksmith shop located on the farm, plus natural body care items and aprons, totes and more lovingly sewn at the farm. Visitors to our farm stand can expect to see where their food is grown and talk to the farmers that grew it, plus the experience of seeing some of the animals and even feeding the poultry!
Our website features lots of information about our farm, including a list of products & prices during the farm stand season, driving directions, information on the livestock we raise, and photos & videos of our horse-powered farming equipment. It also has a link to our Etsy shop where you can have our non-food creations mailed directly to you! We are located in northwestern Pennsylvania, 5 miles south of Tionesta, just off Route 36. We are open each year from Memorial Day weekend through the end of November, Tuesdays from 12-6 PM & Saturdays 10 AM-4 PM.
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.