Fields Edge Farm raises grass-fed beef and specialty produce in the Rush Fork Valley of Floyd County where the Slusher family has farmed since 1890. They carry on the farming tradition by growing a diverse selection of rare and heirloom crops, grown without chemicals on about five acres of cultivated land for wholesale customers. The pastureland is home to a herd of forage fed cattle which are marketed via an online shopfront for local beef pickup. Our beef and produce are a representation of our love for the land we steward, a passion for fresh food, and a connection between our family and yours.
Leslie and Roger Slusher own Fields Edge Farm, a produce farm on five cultivated acres surrounded by forest and pastures that have been in their family for generations. Using organic practices, Leslie and Roger along with Farm Manager Kat Johnson grow produce for the community and wholesale not unlike the generations that came before them to this land. They specialize in alliums like garlic, onions and leeks in addition to rare and heirloom varieties.
The Slushers have continuously raised cattle since the early days, always working to improve their stock and the land at the same time. Today, they raise forage fed Hereford cattle for Fields Edge Beef without feeding antibiotics or growth hormones. We are proud to offer a clean, healthy meat that reflects the hard work of many generations and the love we have for this land. Learn more about Fields Edge by visiting www.fieldsedgefarms.com