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Click below to see our article in South Brunswick Magazine

Our Story

Farm Fresh from our family to yours

We are Lauren and Jason Gore. We started our family farm in 2017 in Ocean Isle Beach, NC.  We have a seven year old son named Wyatt, who loves to help out on the farm, a two year old daughter Lena Jane and a Pointer named Huckleberry, who we named the farm after.

I grew up on a farm in Stokes County that belonged to my grandparents, who were tobacco farmers. I grew up riding horses as well as helping with the gardening and canning. Jason's interest in landscaping and agriculture became more apparent as he spent time with us there, before we were married. At North Carolina State University, he majored in Agronomy and turf grass management.  Lauren also graduated from NCSU where she studied elementary education and horticulture.


Having a common interest in staying healthy and fit,  we began to explore the possibilities of growing our own food, organically.  We also noticed that there were not many options around for locally grown organic produce.  So, in 2015 we purchased the land to begin to build our farm. We are growing organic crops year round, providing fresh eggs from our flock of pasture raised hens, and offering Horseback riding opportunities and lessons. As you could imagine, all of this takes a huge amount of time.  But for us it's a way of life and something that we can teach our children, and share with our community.

As the farm has continued to grow, in 2024 we are expanding our flower subscription program and growing more blooms each year. 


Currently we are offering flower subscriptions to locals. We sell spring plant starts and vegetables each week in season. We also offer fresh pasture raised whole chicken and eggs. We are also offering riding lessons and pony club. We feel good knowing where our food comes from and would love to share our farm products with you!


Our chickens are feed an all organic non gmo chicken scratch. They are also in a pasture where they can graze on grass and roam freely. Eggs are available for purchase. 

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