OPEN

SATURDAY
 August
26th
9AM- 1PM



AFTER
MEMORIAL
DAY
UNTIL
LABOR
DAY
OPEN

9AM-1PM



 APPLE
BUTTER
ON
SALE!!
$3.25


We have
Three kinds
of Honey!






HOLE IN THE WOODS FARM AND MEATS IS A SOUTHERN MARYLAND FARM LOCATED IN ST. MARY’S COUNTY.  WE ARE A FAMILY FARM THAT RAISES BEEF AND PORK FOR RE-SALE TO CONSUMERS WHO WANT TO KNOW WHERE THEIR MEAT COMES FROM AND HOW IT IS RAISED.  

GROWTH PROCESS: At Hole In The Woods Farm and Meats all of our cattle are born on the farm and raised for meat production.  They spend 6-8 months with the mother cow until weaning.  The weaning takes place along a fence divided pasture to make the process gradual instead of the shock of total separation.  The weanlings are raised in a pasture environment with grass, hay as necessary, grain and clean water. Any calf that requires the use of antibiotics for any reason is removed from the herd.  All of our cattle are easy to handle and are accustomed to people.  Spending the extra time with the cattle make them calm, reduces stress to the animal and makes life for us easier in the long run and provides for a better quality product.   Hole In The Woods Farm and Meats purchases feeder pigs from reliable breeders and are bought to our facility to be fed out in a controlled manner. 

  PRODUCT GUARANTEE:

   HOLE IN THE WOODS FARM AND MEATS PRODUCTS ARE: 
        -   HORMONE FREE   
        -   STEROID FREE
        -   ANTIBIOTIC FREE
        -   GROWTH IMPLANT FREE 
        -   HUMAINLY RAISED
        -   USDA INSPECTED & APPROVED 
        -   RAISED ON SITE
-   HIGH QUALITY OF STANDARDS AS OUTLINED IN SOUTHERN
          MARYLAND MEATS PROGRAM
 

OPEN SATURDAYS 9AM-1PM
WE ACCEPT CHECKS OR CASH
FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL 301-769-2010 OR 2963
Please check our price page as there has been a small increase in some prices.



SUMMER HOURS
9AM - 1PM


John Butterfield and Andrea Morris from Hole In The Woods Farm & Meats were able to go to Clark County Kansas last weekend and visit some of the ranches that were effected by the wildfires last spring and helped by our local community. It was a very humbling experience. New friends were made. It makes your heart feel good when farmers come together local or far away and join in common cause...helping one another.
Joining John and Andrea were Ronald Farrell of Farrell Auction Services, Mo Moore of Moore or Less Farm and Brian, Paul and Emilee Russell of Russell Brothers Farm. This Saturday we will have a power point presentation running showing pictures from their trip. Take time to give it a look.



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