Fox Trot Farm

Grass Fed Lamb, Fresh Eggs, Honey, Quilts, Soap, Tours, & Farm Fun!

Henrietta Hen in the Holly Tree
Henrietta Hen in the Holly Tree

We’re Open for Business Today!

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It’s Sunday, October 1st…hard to believe that it’s fall, but the temperature outside convinced me this morning! It’s a beautiful day to visit Fox Trot Farm and stroll the gentle slopes to see our animals.

One of our chickens’ favorite spots is their holly tree. They roost in it at night…nothing is going to get them through all those prickly leaves. They seem to “play” in it during the day. Isn’t this hen beautiful?

Henrietta Hen in the Holly Tree

Henrietta Hen in the Holly Tree

Fox Trot Farm Chickens & their Holly Tree
Fox Trot Farm Chickens & their Holly Tree

Farmer Bob is leaving town for work today and won’t be giving guided tours, but there is plenty to see on your own. Our friend and farm sitter Amy will be here with me at the market and I’ll be able to show you around and answer your questions. Of course, we’ll have all your favorites…lamb, eggs, honey, soap, and spa and quilt shop goods. 

Cookie is looking forward to greeting our visitors, and Pork Chop can’t wait for new friends to scratch his bristly head!

Cookie loves visitors!
Happy Cookie loves visitors!

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Pork Chop “pigging out”

Pet the sheep and bunnies and watch the busy honey bees, too. Come see us from 1:00-5:00 today, Sunday, October 1st, and enjoy life on Fox Trot Farm! (I promise I won’t make you clean out the hen house! HA!)
5066 Rowell RD, Lancaster. Call or text 803-804-3541 with questions.

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Fox Trot Farm Eggs

Clean eggs ready for your kitchen

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Dianne Mahaffee honey pots, soap dishes, and Jantzen Crook's hand made cotton spa cloths

Dianne Mahaffee honey pots, soap dishes, and Jantzen Crook’s hand made cotton spa cloths

Fox Trot Farm Honey & Beeswax Soaps and Quilted Snap Bags

Fox Trot Farm Honey & Beeswax Soaps and Quilted Snap Bags

EIEIO!
Deb

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