Where fine food begins... Since 2001, David & Cindy Krepky have owned and operated Dog Mountain Farm which has served the Snoqualmie Valley community and Seattle area by providing farm-fresh vegetables, fruit, herbs, flowers, eggs, poultry meat, and pork. We use sustainable growing methods without the use of pesticides, herbicides, or commercial fertilizers. We strive to produce nutrient dense food that is superior in flavor and shelf life and provides a broad range of health benefits. Our livestock are humanely raised on pasture without antibiotics or hormones. Building a strong biological system in our soil is the focus of our agricultural management.
an agricultural act. . . . How we eat determines, to a considerable extent,
how the world is used.”
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Local author, Jerry Mader, has published a beautiful book "Saving the Soil--The New American Farmer" about the farmers here in the Snoqualmie Valley. And he also has a blog you might enjoy!
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It's hard to believe that Fall is here. What a beautiful summer we had and so many exciting changes for us.
Seattle Chef Shawn Iliff joined us in September at our Dog Mountain's Farm to Table in Carnation. It is a delight to have such amazing meals offered in our little restaurant! Chef works with product from our farm and other Washington producers to prepare truly local and sustainably grown fare with daily specials for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Follow him on Facebook for the latest!
To quote Joel Salatin, "The key to affordable food is to reclaim domestic culinary arts." Now is the time to sign up for our Fall CSA, order pork, join us for the last farm dinner, take a cooking class, and celebrate the apple harvest. Sadly, we are no longer able to sell our raw goat milk because insurance companies have discontinued coverage. However, Cherry Valley Dairy will be making some wonderful cheese for you next year. And if anyone wants to lease a goat to have fresh milk for your family, we will do all the work for you. Contact Cindy for details.
Apple Harvest Festival
Our annual apple harvest festival is great fun for the whole family! This year, we are moving the celebration to our location in town. As always, there will be cider making and apple butter demonstrations, and horse-drawn wagon rides (weather permitting). We raise over 15 varieties of apples, as well as Asian and European pears, and quince in our small orchard. Chef Iliff will have a fantastic seasonal menu for your dining pleasure in the café. Fresh fruit will be for sale, along with our other farmstead products to take home--pastured meats, vegetables, pestos, flavored vinegars and oils, mustards, preserves, soups and stock, baked goods, and cheese from the award-winning Cherry Valley Dairy in Duvall.
David will continue to bring our products to the Seattle Broadway Farmers Market on Sundays through December. However, this will be the last season for us. For those of you on the Eastside, we are offering a Saturday Market at our Farm to Table location, 4721 Tolt Ave in Carnation, from 10-AM-3 PM, beginning October 4th.
Chaffhaye sale! Trucking costs have forced us to increase our prices to $16.25/bag. We are told prices will increase again, so we would like to order another truck load before winter comes. Buy now through the end of September at our old tonnage price of $15/bag. And for each new customer you refer, we will give you one bag FREE!
To health and happiness through good