ZOE FARMS

5676 Faircrest ST SW, Canton, OH 44708   |    330-412-2544   |   info@zoefarms.com
Farm hours:  Friday and Saturday 9am - 6pm or by appointment

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Category: Building a Sustainable Farm


At first glance, you might think you’re going to be reading a story about music… that is, unless you already know what symbiosis is all about. If we take a look at Webster’s textbook definition of the term, we might simply believe that it applies to only some critters living together. Around here, though, we see it as the foundation of our farm's food production model.   Textbooks are good and a…
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Category: Building a Sustainable Farm


Here at the farm we receive quite a few messages from folks asking if they can come work with us. I guess they see videos, pictures, articles or something we post on social media about how we strive to operate an ecologically sustainable farming system. There is no doubt that what we are doing is not mainstream. Most people recognize the many differences between our operation versus what they’re s…
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Growing Good Grass

Jun 29, 2016
Category: Building a Sustainable Farm


When we tell people we meet that we’re farmers, we almost always get an intrigued response. After all, it’s a profession that’s on the decline these days. The questions start to roll. We’re always asked, “what do you raise?”. In most of these interactions, we only have about 90 seconds to describe what we do. The response goes something like: “we provide grass-finished beef, pasture-raised meat ch…
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There are many benefits to not running a rototiller through our gardens every year. Whenever we till, we disrupt the life of within our soil that is responsible for cycling nutrients for our plants to grow. As soon as it rains on our freshly tilled areas, we develop compaction zones that create anaerobic layers preventing the plant’s roots from going deep.   To eliminate these problems and to pr…
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Category: Using the Food We Grow


Medicine Making 101, Part 1 By Lindsay Mae MSW Student and Wild-crafter   The idea of making medicine can feel intimidating. I am certainly no doctor, but with a deeper understanding of myself and the herbs I am working with, experimenting with herbal extractions has lost it’s initial “scariness”, and has evolved into a more empowering and fascinating experience. Let’s keep it real, it’s …
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  • A Table at the Farm Five Course Dinner

  • Chickens Butchering - Fresh/Discounted Pickup


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5676 Faircrest ST SW, Canton, OH 44708    |    330-412-2544    |    info@zoefarms.com
Farm hours:  Friday and Saturday 9am - 6pm or by appointment