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Poplin Farms Inc.

Poplin Farms Inc. NC farm producing alfalfa hay, orchard grass hay, and straw. Poplin Farms is a third generation family farm located in beautiful Albemarle, NC.

We produce alfalfa hay, orchard grass hay, and straw in small square bales.

Operating as usual

We have some beautiful orchard grass hay with varying amounts of foxtail scattered throughout. Discounted to $6 bale, (4...
02/15/2022

We have some beautiful orchard grass hay with varying amounts of foxtail scattered throughout. Discounted to $6 bale, (45-50 lb bales).

No delivery. Pick up by appt only, please message for appt.

Van trailer loads - we can do a short trailer of around 300 or a full size of 550 bales, dropped at your farm, as long a...
01/31/2022

Van trailer loads - we can do a short trailer of around 300 or a full size of 550 bales, dropped at your farm, as long as you can turn it over within a month or so.
Delivery fee based on where you are. Please message for more info.

I'm getting a lot of messages asking whether the alfalfa is leafy so here are more pics! The outside is faded from the s...
01/29/2022

I'm getting a lot of messages asking whether the alfalfa is leafy so here are more pics! The outside is faded from the sun but the inside is nice and leafy and green.

01/29/2022
We have a good supply of straight alfalfa this winter, $12 bale (60 lbs). All grown in Stanly and Cabarrus county, avail...
01/28/2022

We have a good supply of straight alfalfa this winter, $12 bale (60 lbs). All grown in Stanly and Cabarrus county, available for pick up at the barn or we can drop a van trailer at your farm. We are located off of Hwy 73 between Mt. Pleasant and Albemarle, please message for appt or questions.

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03/04/2021

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🚨 Our cat kennels are FULL, and we need YOUR HELP!!! 🚨

We have 3 #SCAPSWorkingCats that need a barn to call home. Working cats are cats that are familiar with living outdoors, and are not socialized with humans. If you give them food, water and shelter; they will help you rid your barn of mice!

Working cats do not do well in the shelter setting, and their placement options are slim. By adopting working cats, you are truly saving lives!

If you have...

🐱 A tact room or kennel to contain working cats for 2-3 weeks to acclimate.
🐱 The ability to provide fresh, food, water and facility.
🐱 The ability to provide medical care if/when needed.

... we need you!!!

Please email [email protected] if you would consider opening your barn and heart to cats in need. ❀️ #MouseHunterMondays

Chestnuts tomorrow at the Charlotte Regional Farmers Market!
09/07/2019

Chestnuts tomorrow at the Charlotte Regional Farmers Market!

Interesting article - EMG study indicates that while riding with a head/neck position in front of the vertical does acti...
08/23/2019
Researchers Study Head, Neck Positions' Effects on Muscles – The Horse

Interesting article - EMG study indicates that while riding with a head/neck position in front of the vertical does activate the topline neck muscles, riding on a free rein actually showed the highest level of activation. A head/neck position behind the vertical mostly activates the lower neck muscle and can also negatively affect the front leg action.

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Researchers evaluated the activity of three muscles when horses worked in different head and neck positions.

Timeline photos
08/20/2019

Timeline photos

Did you know the horse has around 700 muscles in his body! These all work together in harmony with fascia tendons and ligaments to create graceful and efficient movement. Disruption to that harmony results in movement problems and poor posture and increased risk of injury. This picture illustrates some of the deep muscles of the horse. See more like this in my Anatomy Poster Book available from http://www.horsesinsideout.com/booksanddvd.html

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05/23/2019

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My boy turns 30 today πŸŽ‚πŸŽ‰that's about 90 in human years. Looking pretty damn good!! I've had him since he was born. I kno...
05/06/2019

My boy turns 30 today πŸŽ‚πŸŽ‰that's about 90 in human years. Looking pretty damn good!! I've had him since he was born. I know what you're thinking...how can he be 30 if I'm only 25 😜😜 Happy Birthday fella, and many many more ❀️❀️❀️

I ❀️ freckles
05/04/2019

I ❀️ freckles

I'll be at the Charlotte Regional Farmers Market tomorrow with some beautiful grass fed Angus steaks for grilling! But I...
05/03/2019

I'll be at the Charlotte Regional Farmers Market tomorrow with some beautiful grass fed Angus steaks for grilling! But I'm bogarting all my squash this week 😢

I had to ride up to the upper 40 to check on progress on my 🐴 hay order for this winter πŸ˜‰. I approve βœ…
05/02/2019

I had to ride up to the upper 40 to check on progress on my 🐴 hay order for this winter πŸ˜‰. I approve βœ…

Love this shot! I cannot BELIEVE it came out blurry. Wah.
04/23/2019

Love this shot! I cannot BELIEVE it came out blurry. Wah.

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04/22/2019

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Someone found a sweet potato in the compost pile and carried it to a safe place with a great view! It has to weigh almos...
04/21/2019

Someone found a sweet potato in the compost pile and carried it to a safe place with a great view! It has to weigh almost as much as he does.

A bobcat on the wildlife camera!! So cool! (wish I would have set the date and time)
03/07/2019

A bobcat on the wildlife camera!! So cool! (wish I would have set the date and time)

I'll be at the Charlotte Regional Farmers Market tomorrow until around 10:30 πŸ‘
12/14/2018

I'll be at the Charlotte Regional Farmers Market tomorrow until around 10:30 πŸ‘

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12/12/2018

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I've been sitting out here just listening to the pines fall 😧  it's a bit unsettling.
12/09/2018

I've been sitting out here just listening to the pines fall 😧 it's a bit unsettling.

😻 there was no cooperation whatsoever until I broke out the treats, then suddenly πŸ˜‡
12/06/2018

😻 there was no cooperation whatsoever until I broke out the treats, then suddenly πŸ˜‡

Lines of cars leaving the mountains with their beautiful  trees πŸŽ„
12/02/2018

Lines of cars leaving the mountains with their beautiful trees πŸŽ„

Big Bale Buddy rocks!! This was our first time using it - when it was time for a new bale, they had wasted the equivalen...
11/06/2018

Big Bale Buddy rocks!! This was our first time using it - when it was time for a new bale, they had wasted the equivalent of less than a square bale. 😲
Also don't judge me bc my horses are so muddy.

I have fresh turmeric today at the Charlotte Regional Farmers Market!
10/20/2018

I have fresh turmeric today at the Charlotte Regional Farmers Market!

And yet some still say, "grass fed beef doesn't marble"...
10/19/2018

And yet some still say, "grass fed beef doesn't marble"...

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10/15/2018

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Something fun to do on this beautiful Saturday, and our grass fed Black Angus beef is on the menu! along with lots of ot...
10/13/2018
See you tomorrow!

Something fun to do on this beautiful Saturday, and our grass fed Black Angus beef is on the menu! along with lots of other locally sourced fare πŸ˜‹

Good morning! Are you coming to the market today?? Charlotte Regional Farmers Market
10/06/2018

Good morning! Are you coming to the market today?? Charlotte Regional Farmers Market

Address

34887 Ellen Rd
Albemarle, NC
28127

General information

Produce and beef can be purchased at the Charlotte Regional Farmers Market, or at the farm by appointment on Fridays.

Telephone

(704) 699-2208

Products

alfalfa hay, orchard grass hay, straw

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Interesting article - EMG study indicates that while riding with a head/neck position in front of the vertical does activate the topline neck muscles, riding on a free rein actually showed the highest level of activation. A head/neck position behind the vertical mostly activates the lower neck muscle and can also negatively affect the front leg action.