Sugar Hill Farm, Pennsylvania | 100% Grass Fed Organic Beef and Special Events

100% Grass Fed Organic Beef and Special Events in Pennsylvania

Welcome to Sugar Hill Farm, located in the humble mountains of North Central Pennsylvania, just minutes from the town center of St. Mary's

We raise organic grass fed beef and free range chicken through sustainable agriculture practices.

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The Farm

Sugar Hill Farm is located in the mountains of north central Pennsylvania.  The grass is plentiful and lush, and the elevation keeps it relatively cool.  We raise registered Scottish Highland Cattle – one of the oldest and purest cattle breeds. 

Scottish Highland Cattle prefer to stay outside all the time.  They don’t like to go in the barn.  Our cows have a very large pasture with plenty of grazing area and plenty of woods for shelter from hot or cold weather.  In a nutshell, our cows have a very clean, peaceful and healthy environment with plenty of space. 

Farming has been in our family for over 100 years.  We created a grass fed organic beef business because we believe in the concepts represented by it, namely, a family owned sustainable agricultural business that uses no chemicals, no hormones,  no antibiotics  - resulting in a healthy and nutritious product produced in harmony with the land and with less impact on the environment.  To highlight our belief in sustainable farming practices, our entire farm is certified organic.


Behind the food

DANIELLE

danielle is the farm manager. she loves animals and producing quality food in harmony with nature.

"I'm a star!"

CATHY & ANDY

cathy & andy make it possible for everything to occur at sugar hill farm. a big thanks for all their behind the curtain work!   

Cathy & Andy posing for a photo amid a hard day's work.

BLUE & HANK

blue and hank are both australian shepherds that help move the cattle.    

Puppy Hank tries to be dignified around veteran cattle dog, Blue.