Grove Creek Farm

Natural, Local, and Heritage Grass Fed Beef for the Athens, GA area

Welcome to Grove Creek Farm! We are a 300 acre sustainable farm in the Georgia Piedmont offering grass-fed beef from our herd of 35 heritage Pineywoods Cattle. We practice environmentally sound land management, which includes an active rotational grazing system that gives the land rest when it needs and the cattle the freshest, most nutritious forage. Our pastures grow a variety of cool season clovers and summer legumes, bermuda grass, bahaia grass, tall fescue, and a variety of native grasses. We also rely on the genetics of this ancient breed to keep themselves healthy. This means we do not have a vaccination schedule and do not administer antibiotics or hormones. 

We are proud to offer a unique and delicious grass raised and grass finished quality beef that is truly 100% Georgia. 

 







Check out our Farm Journal

  • Herd Reduction Sale in December SOLD! All cattle have been sold as of 12/9/2013. Thank You!We're a little overstocked and need to sell some beautiful cow/calf pairs and one young heifer. Please take a look at our CATTLE for SALE information. 
    Posted Dec 9, 2013, 10:31 AM by Daniella Adams
  • Happy New Year! We hope everyone had a wonderful time over the holidays and a great start to the new year. Our Momma cows have been busy, bless their hearts, and we have four brand new calves on the ground right now. The nights always seem to get most chilly when the calves start coming. It's hard not to bring them in to snuggle with us by the fireplace! They are tough though, as the old Pineywoods will always be. These brand new additions bring our herd number up to 30 animals. It's a great start, and we're really excited about all of our work last year paying off in new pastures and lusher forage this year. As winter is ...
    Posted Oct 7, 2013, 9:04 AM by Daniella Adams
  • Cattle for Sale This year we are offering some great breeding stock for sale. Please take a look at our For Sale tab under the Pineywoods Cattle link. Let us know if you have any questions about starting your own Pineywoods herd! 
    Posted Sep 21, 2011, 7:06 AM by Daniella Adams
  • Fencing begins... Whew! We are finally ready to start our huge fencing project! Try 6,000 linear feet of fenceline, which includes 750 tpost, 180 wooden post, 30,000 ft of barbed wire, and lots of gates!  Needless to say, it was a LARGE purchase at the farm supply store. We weren't sure if the truck and trailer were going to hold everything, but they did. Drove home all the way in 3rd gear. Here are some pics of our loot--                                   Meanwhile, we've been clearing a 30' path for the fencline to go. This is one of the most important steps in building a fence, which is often overlooked in the eagerness of  getting to setting posts and stretching wire ...
    Posted Apr 9, 2011, 8:19 AM by Daniella Adams
  • Spring calves...                     Valentine and Madison were born on the 15th and 16th of February. They're healthy, happy, and knobby kneed! 
    Posted Feb 20, 2011, 8:22 PM by Daniella Adams
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