Reedy Fork Organic Farm is a certified organic dairy, beef, and feed farm located in Elon, North Carolina. We are a proud family farm member of the Organic Valley Cooperative.
“We believe that a good farm starts from the ground up. We work for our soils, cows, and products to be in harmony with nature.” — George Teague
We offer local delivery.
You are more than welcome to pick up our feeds from a designated drop-off point in one of the cities listed below.
Farmers' Market Pick-Up
You are more than welcome to pick up our products directly from our farm.
The first place to buy our feed, eggs, beef, and other products is right here at the Reedy Fork Organic Farm Store! Visit us, or place your order online.
Our feed is carried in several retail store, and as the word spreads about our organic feed, more and more stores are adding us! Enter your address below to find the location closest to you. If your favorite store doesn’t carry us, please ask them to do so! If they don’t have what you need, inquire about custom orders here
NOTE: Each store has its own pricing structure, so your cost will vary.
We offer worldwide shipping.
If you’re in the mood for a great spring fling – why not schedule a tour of Reedy Fork Farm? Come and see how the dairy, the organic farm, and the feed mill operate. Meet some of our staff, introduce yourself to some of the livestock, and have a taste of a great organic dairy products.Each tour is customized to what you’d like to see and the amount of time you’d like to spend.
Choose from visits to the following:
Tours are $100 per hour; most people schedule a tour for two hours.
There is a maximum of 50 people per group. More than 50 people will need to be divided into two groups and the tour will be priced accordingly. For safety, groups of children under 10 must have one adult chaperone for every 8 children. We need two week’s notice for a tour, so we can clear our schedule and get people to take our place.
So if you need a great field trip, church event, or simply are interested in what we do, give us a call or contact us. Let us show you in person what “from our fork to yours!” really means.
We accept volunteers throughout the year. You may contact us for additional information.
What payment methods Do you accept?
We accept cash, and checks. If you’d like to pay by credit card, there will be a 3.5% fee.
George Teague is an owner of Reedy Fork Organic Farm. The son of Franklin Teague, he grew up on the farm, and has worked on it since he was small, although his official start date is 1980. George led the farm’s transition from conventional to being certified organic in 2007.
George enjoys educating others about a sustainable way of life through organics. He also likes traveling, boating, and flying planes.
Education: Graduated from North Carolina State University in 1980 with an Associates degree in Agriculture.
Family: Married with two children and two granddaughters
Cherry Teague is a coowner of the farm, and has been on the team since she married George. As the wife of a farmer, Cherry does a little of everything, working with the animals, in the office, meeting customers, doing marketing, and feeding everyone who comes in her kitchen. She also is the source of a much wisdom, encouragement, and down to earth common sense. Cherry loves to help people learn about organic food and diet. She also enjoys reading, camping , boating and cooking.
Family: Married with multiple cats, two children, and two granddaughters
Melissa Wilson Blanchard
Melissa Wilson Blanchard is our office manager, and if you’ve ever talked to her, she’s all about helping others. Here at Reedy Fork Organic Farm, she loves doing whatever it takes to help others learn about the Organic way of life using local foods and feeds for pets.Melissa is a busy woman loves to cook, garden, exercise and shop. In addition to the work Melissa does here, she owns Blanchard’s Blessings, which makes Organic dog treats!
Education: Graduated from UNC Greensboro in 2011 BA in Business and Marketing, Minor in Economics and Minor in Human Development & Family Studies
Family: Married with three dogs and two children.
Ben Miller is our Field Manager, and has been on the farm since 2002, and he does just a little of everything. He’s in the fields a lot, bringing in the grains so that our cows are fed and our mill is running. He also has a real soft spot for the cow, and is in charge of milking them one weekend every month. Ben loves anything mechanical -from restoring antique tractors to tinkering with cars. He also likes building things – especially woodworking – guns and trucks. Don’t let that fool you. Ben is a romantic at heart; as you know if you’ve read about his romantic proposal and subsequent marriage to his wife Aeriel.
Education: Associated Degree in Sustainable Agriculture from Central Carolina Community College
Family: Married with four dogs, multiple cats, and pigs. He’s also George Teague’s nephew.
Howard “Buck” Truitt
Buck has worked on our farm – and now in the mill – for over 40 years. Buck does a bit of everything around here; he’s the quintessential farm hand, and he’s been lending his hand through thick and thin! Buck’s mechanical inclinations make him an invaluable for fixing whatever we need to have fixed, and he’s great with the animals, too.
When he’s not helping here, you’ll find Buck at a yard sale, playing with his amazing grandchildren (just ask him), or tinkering with old cars – or one of his three beautifully aging trucks.
Education: Altamahaw Ossippee High School
Family: Married with amazing grandchildren
Joe Mitchell runs our feed mill, making sure it is kept in tip top shape. He makes the feed, loads it into bags, and makes sure it is loaded for delivery. (Sometimes that means he puts it in a customer’s truck!) Originally hailing from Massachusetts, Joe has seven dogs. He loves to hunt and loves taking pictures.
Education: Certificate in digital film making from the Center for Digital Imaging Arts at Boston University.
Jacob Pless does all our field work. He runs the tractors, does the planting, combining, and harvesting.. He also maintains our fences. His job is every day all day, keeping our cows in the pasture and grazing happily. Of course, some of his work ends up in the mill, keeping your animals well fed!
Education: Graduated from North Carolina State University with a degree in Agriculture.
Family: Jacob’s Dad is a retired extension agent who is now a full time cattle farmer.
Horse Expo Pomona
March 9-11, 2018
Northwest Horse Fair and Expo
Linn Co. Fair and Expo Center
March 23-25, 2018
Western States Horse Expo Sacramento
June 8-10, 2018
7092 Sockwell Road
Elon, North Carolina 27244
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday
9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.