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Sage Mountain Farm

Sage Mountain Farm Sage Mountain Farm and Sage Mountain Beef At Sage Mountain Farm, we know that the food you put into your body on a daily basis makes all the difference in quality of life.

For that reason, our primary mission is to reconnect Southern Californians with their food source by offering truly local, organically-farmed food. More than ever, consumers are beginning to see the light with regard to food that is processed, food that is infused with preservatives because it has traveled across multiple time zones and borders, and food that is less nutritious and flavorful becau

For that reason, our primary mission is to reconnect Southern Californians with their food source by offering truly local, organically-farmed food. More than ever, consumers are beginning to see the light with regard to food that is processed, food that is infused with preservatives because it has traveled across multiple time zones and borders, and food that is less nutritious and flavorful becau

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The rebirth season! Spring is to the earth as music is to the soul.Our cattle pasture is alive with new life in Spring! ...
03/24/2022

The rebirth season! Spring is to the earth as music is to the soul.

Our cattle pasture is alive with new life in Spring!

Nothing can outdo the sheer beauty of fresh flowers and morning sunshine. Spring-green buds popping out of the ground, colorful butterflies redesigning the garden, easy fabric replacing bulky coats, walking barefoot on blooming grass, from the very first morning you could feel that spring is in the air.

Learn more about our small family farm by visiting our website! Link in bio or go directly to:

SageMountainBeef.com

03/23/2022

“During National Agriculture Week, we recognize the unique and irreplaceable value that farmers, ranchers, foresters, farmworkers, and other agricultural stewards have contributed to our Nation's past and present. America's agriculture sector safeguards our Nation's lands through sustainable management; ensures the health and safety of animals, plants, and people; provides a safe and abundant food supply; and facilitates opportunities for prosperity and economic development in rural America.” -The American Presidency Project, Proclamation 10158

Thank you 🙏🏻 to those who work tirelessly to feed us! We appreciate you!!!

Thank you Farmer & Rancher Phil Noble and all those at Sage Mountain Farm for feeding us! 🙏🏻

Thank you for supporting small farmers & ranchers!
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Feel like a Spring Chicken, Start Your Day With Farm Fresh Eggs!Farm fresh eggs are the perfect way to fuel your body an...
03/22/2022

Feel like a Spring Chicken, Start Your Day With Farm Fresh Eggs!

Farm fresh eggs are the perfect way to fuel your body and start your day strong!

Farm Fresh Eggs pack a nutritional punch: 6 grams of protein, 70 milligrams of anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids, high levels of lutein, zeaxanthin, (which lower your risk of vision loss), healthy doses of Vitamins A, D & E, high levels of flavonoid & carotenoid antioxidants, magnesium, immune boosting beta carotene & plenty of choline to support memory & nerve function.

Studies show that farm fresh eggs have 25% more vitamin E, 75% more beta carotene & up to 20 times more Omega-3 fatty acids than conventional eggs!

An EGGciting Spring Announcement —
3 Dozen Eggs Are Back!

Spring is in the air and our flock of free range chickens couldn't be more delighted! More sunshine as the days grow longer, gives way to warm weather and happy hens! In the past week, egg production has doubled from 180 eggs a day to 380! Too many eggs for one basket, now available in three!

Sage Mountain Farm hens are free range and fed lots of organically grown fruits and vegetables from our small family farm, as well as alfalfa and Brookhurst mill laymash.

To brighten up your basket, we’re EGGcited to bring you an even more colorful variety of farm fresh eggs by raising the following breeds: Barnevelder Pullet, Barred Rock Pullets, Blue Copper Maran Pullets, Black Maran, Mottled Java, Buff Orpington Pullets, California Grey Pullets, Cream Legbar Pullet, Cuckoo Maran Pullets, Easter Egger Pullets, Olive Egger Pullet, Penedesenca, Salmon Faverolle Pullets, Ameraucana, Plymouth Rock, Welbar Pullet, and Welsummer Pullets

When you get your eggs straight from our hen house, you know exactly where they come from! As a result, eggs are more nutritious, have a richer color, and more flavorful taste!* Available to Add-On to your CSA as a Single (One-time) Delivery, Bi-Weekly, or as a Monthly Delivery (every 4 weeks).

Visit Our Online Store & Get Yours Today!

https://sagemtfarm.csaware.com/store/3-dozen-eggs-C21588?ul

👉 Join Our CSA SageMountainFarm.com/CSA-box

Thank you for supporting small farms!

Pasture-raised, Grass-fed beef: the new old – fashioned way.Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food!At Sage Mountain Farm, we k...
03/22/2022

Pasture-raised, Grass-fed beef: the new old – fashioned way.

Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food!

At Sage Mountain Farm, we know that the food you put into your body on a daily basis makes all the difference in quality of life. For that reason, our primary mission is to reconnect Southern Californians with their local food source.

More than ever, consumers are beginning to see the light with regard to food that is processed, factory farmed and infused with preservatives, and chemicals. This new awareness is bringing us back into a relationship with our food, the animals, the plants, the land where these are grown and raised, the farmers, and importantly, with each other.

At Sage Mountain Beef, we believe that animals raised in fresh air and sunshine with room to roam produce the highest quality, best tasting meats.

The native pastures of the Sage Mountain area are a perfect home for our livestock. The mild climate and rich soils support a variety of native grasses and vegetables cultivated organically upon which our livestock feed as they develop into healthy mature beef. Our cattle are raised on pasture their entire lives and drink fresh water from our artisan well. We only purchase and raise livestock that are guaranteed to be
free of synthetic hormones and antibiotics.

Learn More — Shop Now!

SageMountainBeef.com

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“Preserve & treat food as you would your body, remembering that in time, food will be your body.” – B. W. Richardson Man...
03/21/2022

“Preserve & treat food as you would your body, remembering that in time, food will be your body.” – B. W. Richardson

Manage Food Sustainability & Reduce Food Waste—

An Important Lesson Learned
by CSA Member @franceskellar #repost—

Happy Vernal (Spring) Equinox! How are you enjoying the first day of spring? We’ve got a family hike planned if I can get everyone out the door soon. 🤣

It’s also the in-between CSA deliveries week where we still have enough produce to cook through the week before the next delivery.

One important lesson during the last two years of our CSA membership has been to not allow produce to go to waste if we can help it. It’s pushed me to learn new ways of trying to preserve our produce as best we can. For instance, herbs are stored in glass jars with a bit of water in them (submerge only the ends of the stems) and I change out the water every 2-3 days. Now I have herbs on hand for all the dishes I planned; though I’m also looking to plant a few in our small urban garden for the season ahead.

Tonight we’ll have the corned beef that we picked up at @grazeandgathermeats. There’s a few more vegetarian dishes this week: black bean & potato tacos and a caramelized cabbage pasta with lemon. We’ve also got a fantastic dinner planned for Fish Friday: Cioppino using the fish stock I made this past Friday. 😍😋

To see the rest of our game plan for dinner, head to the link in bio and tap on “This Week’s Menu.”

Cheers to a nourishing week ahead. 🧡

https://cookingwithourcsa.com/meal-planning/dinner-plans-week-34

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“It would not be beyond any of us to realize that food ownership carries with it a weight of responsibility– an understanding that we are its custodians, bound to treat it carefully.”
––Tristram Stuart, Food Waste Activist and author

“Think about families that lived off their farms before industrialized food systems.
–– Steven Satterfield, Root to Leaf

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Learn More About Farm Fresh Food Delivered Directly From Your Local Small Farmer—

SageMountainFarm.com/CSA-box

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03/17/2022
This Week in Your C.S.A. Farm Share!

Join our local C.S.A. (Community Supported Agriculture) & share in the best of the farms harvest!

You’ll get freshly harvested, seasonal, nutrient rich organically grown fruits & veggies directly from our local small farm. Full of flavor & nutrients because they are harvested at the peak of ripeness! We hand pick, pack & deliver with little time between. You can even pick up your box of goodies at the farm & see where you’re food comes from!

Sage Mountain Farm delivers CSA to Pick-up locations in the Desert communities, Idyllwild, Temecula, Claremont, San Diego, Riverside county & San Bernardino county.

For locations & information, visit https://sagemtfarm.csaware.com/store/csadetails.jsp

SageMountainFarm.com/CSA-box

Every time you shop, comes the ability to support foods & growers you believe in.

Why Buy Local Food?

For One Thing, It May Be Better for Your Health—Local food can be better for your health for a few reasons. To begin with, local foods often retain more nutrients. Local produce is allowed to ripen naturally, while food that travels long distances is often picked before it’s ripe. And food picked fresh & in season doesn’t have far to travel before being sold.

Choosing fruits & vegetables grown in season is healthier. When researchers at Montclair State University compared the vitamin C content of broccoli grown in season with broccoli imported out of season, they found it had twice the vitamin C.

Eating more local food reduces CO2 emissions by reducing food miles — the distance food travels from farm to consumer. The average piece of produce in the U.S. travels 1,500 miles, while local food may only travel 100 miles (or less), according to researcher Rich Pirog at the Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture at Iowa State University.

Health & sustainability are two excellent reasons to eat more local food!

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CSA Member @franceskellar shares: “One of my favorite moments after we pick up our CSA box is seeing my toddler reach fo...
03/15/2022

CSA Member @franceskellar shares: “One of my favorite moments after we pick up our CSA box is seeing my toddler reach for the first apple as I unpack and layout all the produce for my weekly photo. 😉😂 It's also such a fun moment to talk about the fruits and vegetables where she now will start naming and labeling them. These are the memories I keep as I think about the nearing 2 years of CSA membership with @sagemountainfarm.

Onward to Dinner Plans! There's a quiche tonight (a close cousin of pie for #piday am I right?) and corned beef brisket later in the week with brisket we're picking up from @grazeandgathermeats midweek. 🤩 Friday will be a treat as well as I've got plans to make clam chowder with fresh fish stock using the fish bones I picked up from Graze & Gather Meats as well. Looking forward to our game plan for dinner this week.

You can see what else we've got planned for dinner via the link in my bio. What's a meal you're looking forward to cooking or enjoying this week?”

Need help meal planning?
👉 Frances can help! Go-to
https://cookingwithourcsa.com/meal-planning/dinner-plans-week-33

Join Our CSA!
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Local Beef, Pork, Lamb, Chicken, Marrow Bones, & more!
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Address

55520 Hwy 371
Anza, CA
92539

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 12pm
1pm - 2pm
Tuesday 9am - 12pm
Wednesday 9am - 12pm
1pm - 4pm
Thursday 9am - 12pm
1pm - 4pm
Friday 9am - 12pm
1pm - 4pm
Saturday 9am - 12pm

Telephone

(951) 663-3079

Products

Certified Organic Produce, Local Beef & Pork

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Our Story

Together, Phil and Juany Noble own and operate Sage Mountain Farm and Sage Mountain Beef. We enjoy farming in the High Desert - far away from all conventional farms – and we practice and maintain organic, sustainable farming practices. All of our fruits and vegetables are grown on our family farm using natural well water and healthy organic processes. At our high desert property, we also use organic guidelines to raise steers, chickens, pigs and goats. Sage Mountain Beef Sage Mountain Beef raises Grass-Fed Beef that eat only grass and also raise Green-Fed Cerveza Beef steers that get to feast on an organic vegetables, organic grasses and beer mash from the local breweries. Sage Mountain Beef provides an excellent source of protein, vitamin B12, selenium, zinc, iron, phosphorus and other B vitamins without the concern for pesticide, hormone and antibiotic residues that may be found in other meats. Our Green-Fed beef contains fewer Omega-6 fatty acids and saturated fat, more of the healthy Omega-3 fatty acids, and healthy poly/mono-unsaturates as well as beta-carotene and CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid), an essential fatty acid.

We started raising Red Ranger Chickens for Meat, our pasture-raised chickens contain 50 percent more vitamin A compared to conventionally raised chicken. This nutrient plays an important role in supporting good vision, cell division and growth, a strong immune system and skin health. Pasture-raised chicken has significantly higher amounts of omega-3 fatty acids than chickens that do not have access to fresh forage. Coming soon more Chicken!

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Comments

I am in Anza usually on Fridays do you have a stand that I can visit to buy veggies?
I am interested in your produce and eggs/meats, however a CSA is too big from me, even small. Do you ever plan to sell in Idyllwild? farmers market or else?
What is the little grassy/herby looking bunch in the box on Monday?
Are you selling pigs again this year?
Hi there! I am a high school teachers and I was wondering how many people can you accommodate during your Saturday Farm Tour?