Contact

Looking for pasture-raised beef, pork, chicken, eggs, and turkey in East Texas (Longview, Tyler, Texarkana, Marshall) and Shreveport-Bossier areas? You’ve found us! Contact us by phone, email, or by using the form below:

903-665-7076

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Office Hours:

  • Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm
  • Saturday - At Market. Call 903-241-277 5
  • Sunday - Closed

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The best way to stay in touch with us and to know what is happening at the ranch is to subscribe to our free newsletter. We send news about once per month and regional reminders as needed. We promise not to bug you and we respect your time and will never fill your email inbox with junk. We never sell or abuse your contact information. Visit our newsletter sign-up page.

Can I tour the ranch?

Yes! Visit our page with info about touring the ranch here.

How do I make a purchase?

It depends on where you live. Visit our region-specific pages for more details:

Jefferson, Texas

Longview, Texas

Shreveport/Bossier, Louisiana

Directions to the Ranch

We welcome on-farm purchases by appointment and visits during our monthly group tours, but we don’t publish our address for two reasons:

1. GPS and online maps programs get you hopelessly lost (there seems to be another Shady Grove Rd. in Jefferson which is the WRONG one!)

2. This is our home and private property as well as our workplace, and we prefer visits to be by appointment.

Please call us at 903-665-7076 to schedule a visit and to receive directions. We can even email you a map with a Google Maps link if you prefer. We are quite easy to find and only 10 miles from downtown Jefferson. 

Farmers Markets:

Shreveport Farmers Market - Saturday 7am-12pm

Stores:

Texas

  • Granary Street on Tuttle Blvd. in Longview, Texas: Soy-free Pasture-Raised Chicken and Grass-fed Beef
  • Jack’s Natural Foods on Loop 281 in Longview, Texas: Soy-free Pasture-Raised Chicken and Pork
  • Vitamins Plus on Loop 281 in Longview, Texas: Grass-fed Beef, Soy-free Pasture-Raised Pork, and Soy-Free Pasture-Raised Chicken

Louisiana

  • Sunshine Health Foods on Youree Dr. in Shreveport, Louisiana: Grass-fed Beef, Pork, and Chicken
  • Sunshine Health Foods on Airline Dr. in Bossier City, Louisiana: Grass-fed Beef, Pork, and Chicken
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12 Responses to Contact

  1. Dallas Moore says:

    I would like to find out about your availability of pork and beef? I would like to get the Steak Parade, pork Family Pack, and 3 whole chickens. Thank you very much!

  2. Kerri Hamilton says:

    I purchased hamburger, bacon (uncured) and breakfast sausage from you today @ the Shreveport Farmers Market. Would you send me information on how to cure the bacon? You mentioned sugar, salt, and liquid smoke. What about the amounts? I’ve found tons of advice about maple syrup. Should I use it? The bacon is frozen, around 2 pounds. I’m thawing it out now. Can I re-thaw after curing?
    Also, do I need to cure the breakfast sausage, as well?
    Thanks!
    Kerri Hamilton

  3. jericacadman says:

    Kerri,

    You don’t have to “cure” the bacon, even, but if you do, it will be more reminiscent of what you’re probably used to. The maple will add a more woody flavor (very yummy), but we don’t usually have much maple syrup on hand. You can just fry it up with salt if you like. But we like the brine flavor. I use about 2 parts sugar to 1 part salt (taste the brine to see what you like) with a few shakes of liquid smoke. Dissolve that in warm water and pour it over the bacon in a glass/plastic container. Be sure the meat is totally covered with liquid–you can add a little water if necessary. Soak overnight and enjoy as usual in the morning!

    You don’t have to do anything with the sausage except cook it. You can make it into patties or just do it loose (great in scrambled eggs!)

    I’ve never tried refreezing a soaked bacon, but I know it refreezes well if you thaw part of the package and throw half of it back into the freezer. Just wrap it well so it doesn’t freezer-burn.

    Hope that helps! Let us know how it turns out!

    Jerica

  4. MARY says:

    I PURCHASED SOME POLISH SAUSAGE FROM YOU AND HAVE TO TELL YOU THAT IT WAS AWESOME! I’M ORIGINALLY FROM BUFFALO,NY AND AM OF POLISH DESCENT, AND YOUR SAUSAGE DEFINATELY COMPARES TO THE KINDS I ATE UP NORTH. IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND ANY HERE IN THE SHREVEPORT/BOSSIER AREA, SO I AM THRILLED THAT I FINALLY FOUND A PLACE WHERE I CAN BUY SOME LOCALLY. I’M HOPING YOU WILL BE AT THE FALL SESSION OF THE FARMERS’ MARKET.

  5. Michelle Lambright says:

    It was so great meeting all of you at Dr. Campbell’s office Tuesday night! Thank you so much for offering your WONDERFUL meats! Let me just say, I love burgers and fries, but….the burger I made with the ground beef was so OUTSTANDING, the fries just sat there on the plate!!!! We will be in touch about ordering again in the next few weeks!!!!! Thanks again!!!!

  6. Taylor McDonald says:

    Hi Jerica,

    I would like to order a Shady Grove Signature Sampler package to be picked up at your January Shreveport drop off. Please let me know the details of the pick up!

    Looking forward to it!

    Thanks,
    Taylor

  7. Erika Cantwell says:

    Will you ship to California? Thank you!

    • jericacadman says:

      Erika,

      We do not ship, as we believe it’s important for folks to support local farmers and encourage sustainable food production by demanding great quality products in their own hometown. The food system is already so dependent upon the trucking industry–if that broke down, this country would be in major trouble just getting food and water! We wish you luck in finding a great farm to buy from, and hope that if you are ever in East Texas that you’ll come visit us. Thanks!

  8. joseph says:

    your terminology is confusing. All i want is to order some strip steaks, and some rib eys, and some chopped beef, but i dont see the individual steaks and prices per staek. For instance, four 6 or 8 oz strips, and different thicknesses. All i see is the word PACK, but what is in a pack. I wanrt to order but i dont see what i am ordering per piece. Like a sample pack of strips and ribeyes, and filets

    • jericacadman says:

      Joseph,

      I’m sorry it’s a bit confusing. Since we are a small operation, we only have so many animals to process, unlike the mega beef producers, who have so many animals that they can have “standard” size steaks. We charge by the pound, and since steak sizes vary from animal to animal, weights of packages vary as well. We do have listed the estimated weight per package, and can try to get you an exact poundage when you order. Typically steaks come 2 per pack, but are not in exact ounce sizes. Please give us a call if you would like to ask specific questions, and we’ll do our best to get you exactly what you’re looking for. Thanks!

  9. Kim S. says:

    Can you tell me where you have your meat processed?

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