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learning from nature. farming for health.




Grass-fed dairy is how we got our start.  I (Sarah here!) am the third generation of Chase's to farm here.  My wife, Jordan, and I run Chaseholm Farm along with a talented crew who help us manage the herds and the land.   Our goal is regenerative land stewardship.  Our focus on grass-fed cattle is supported with a few other livestock enterprises, mainly pastured pork fed with whey from our creamery.  We hope to add poultry in 2020! 

We're excited to expand our direct to consumer marketing because it feels good to know who we feed and to see our food being appreciated.  It's also hard to make a living as a small scale farmer who is trying to build soil!  Our practices are devoted to building soil carbon, improving the water cycle, revitalizing the mineral cycle and thereby making food that is deeply nutritious. 

This buying club expands our ability to do what we do on the farm by increasing our profitability AND it gets you well fed. 

Thank you for supporting local farmers.

-Sarah Lyons Chase


The pork from Chaseholm is among the most delectable we have ever tasted. The flavor is absolutely incredible and the meat is very tender. I also love the tradition (as in Prosciutto di parma and Parmigiano) of the pigs eating the whey from a creamery. You can really taste the difference!
Corinna (Red Hook, NY)

Featured Recipes

February 3, 2020
INGREDIENTS 1 4-pound boneless beef chuck roast, trimmed 3 tablespoons plus 2 teaspoons kosher salt 4 tablespoons vegetable oil, divided 1 large onion, chopped 1 large leek, white and light green parts only, halved lengthwise, sliced crosswise 4 garlic cloves, finely grated 1 tablespoon tomato paste 1 cup dry white wine 1 bay leaf 1 cup low-sodium chicken broth 1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper 3 large carrots, peeled, cut into 3-inch pieces 3 celery stalks, cut into 3-inch pieces 1 large parsnip, peeled, cut into 1-inch pieces 1½ pounds medium red waxy potatoes, quartered, halved if small 8 ounces crimini mushrooms, quartered Chopped parsley and chopped chives (for serving)

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December 2, 2019
Leaf Lard is the prized pork fat for making gorgeous flaky crusts. And let me tell you that pork fat is even good for you. I know that this goes against what you've been told. First off, it's not vegetable oil. Vegetable oil is not good for us! Healthy fats like olive oil, coconut oil, avocados are super important for a well functioning body and the good news it that the fat from pigs who lived a life on the land, with the sun on their backs, is one of those healthy fats. -Home-rendered lard is high in heart-healthy monounsaturated fats, and has no trans-fats. Our pigs were rotationally-grazed and had access to green growing plants during their entire lives, so their omega-6:omega 3 ratios will be better than confinement hogs. - Lard from hogs exposed to sunlight is rich in vitamin D. We should embrace this in the north, where it's hard to get enough sunlight during our chilly winters! - Lard is a food that we can grow right here in the Hudson Valley. "Local" isn't just about vegetables, as you, our wonderful pork customers, well know. But don't ignore this energy-rich food source that the hogs have given us as well. - Lard is delicious. It's the secret to the best fried chicken and flaky pie crusts, but I also use lard as my go-to fat for everything from frying an egg to sauteing broccoli.

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November 13, 2019
Herby Meatballs with Green Sauce

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