This year, Slack Farm will be celebrating its 167th year of farming by the same family. Currently, Mr. Slack farms 80 acres in hay, corn, and straw. His daughter Brenda is the next generation to work the land. She established the Milk House Farm Market in 2007 and is taking the farm in a new direction -- poultry and vegetable production. She is in the process of transitioning the farm from conventional to organic production and is the first generation to sell directly to the public on the farm. The market is housed in the old Milk House of the dairy barn, as the farm had been a dairy from 1850 to 1988.


Take a look at a piece of Slack farm history below!



Farm History:


From Our Farm

Kale 

Red Russian Kale

Tuscano Kale

Mizuna

Mustard Greens

Arugula 

Fresh Herbs

Thyme plants

Basil plants

Dill plants

​Cilantro plants

Parsley plants 

Chive plants

Lettuce Mix

Lettuce heads

Swiss Chard

Escarole

​Tatsoi

Fresh Eggs

​Duck Eggs

Frozen, Whole Chicken and Duck

​Handmade Soaps

Publications:


Courier Times

New generation brings new ideas to old Upper Makefield farm
November 6, 2013

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Bucks County Magazine

The Multicultural Eggplant

September 19, 2013

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Available in the Market Now:


Seasonal:


From Local Farms:

Sauerkraut

Spring Onions

Cabbage

Greenhouse Tomatoes

Carrots

Beets​- Red and Gold

Solebury Orchard's Apple Products:


Apple Cider Vinegar