How to Change Your Pickup Location

As we have three pickup locations, we would like to point you to the procedure for changing your pickup location should it ever make sense for you to switch for just one week, or permanently.

When you select SHOP from the menu bar, you will see your current pickup location on the left side of the top green bar. If you click on that, a window opens and on the right side there is a pull-down menu where you can select a different pickup location. Click on SUBMIT CHANGE and you are all set! Easy!

Pickup Locations (between 5:30 & 6:30pm on Wednesdays):

Frederick Friends Meeting House
723 N. Market St.
Frederick, MD 21701

Solid Rock Assembly of God Church
3726 Clay St.
Point of Rocks, MD 21777

Bar-T: Mountainside
2914 Roderick Rd.
Urbana, MD 21704

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A Piece of Harmony

A Piece of Harmony

Piece of Harmony farm is our small family produce farm nestled at the bottom of Braddock Mountain located near Harmony (unincorporated) in Myersville, MD. We are family owned and operated by Andrew and Katie Grimm. We have three wonderful children Zoey, Aiden and Liam. We love growing our own food and also teaching our children. Our family has been growing produce for our own family for several years and we love to share with our community. We grow a variety of produce year round and sell locally, and at Myersville Farmer's Market. We like to get to know our customers and educate them about their food. Whether picked by big hands or small hands we all do our part. Dirt covered hands and sometimes little dirty feet are the norm in this crazy house. read more...

Some kind words from our amazing customers!

"I love shopping multiple farms at once, in a safe, convenient online ordering format. Our orders have always been packed beautifully, and the quality of the food is amazing. We love to support local when it's this easy and delicious!"

"Being able to support small, local farmers and eat fresh, healthy food is a win-win combination. Each time that I pick-up an order from FFO I feel like it's Christmas for my family and me."

"I am thrilled to have had the opportunity to buy quality, fresh produce while supporting local farms/farmers. Thanks to Bar-T for making it possible. It couldn't be easier!" read more...

Copper Penny Farm

The idea for Copper Penny Farm began in 2005, when we, Chuck and Nancy Gardetto, first met. We quickly discovered two things: first, we each owned a dog, one named Copper and the other named Penny, and second, we had a mutual interest in raising animals and playing in the dirt. We both were working “real” office-type jobs at the time, and we surprised many of our friends when we purchased a hidden gem of land in Hanover, Maryland, and declared ourselves farmers. First came the chickens, then a couple of pigs. And as fencing went up, so did the variety of animals increase. (Although if we are to stick to the absolute truth, usually the animals arrived first, followed by a mad rush to put up fencing to contain them!) After reading every farming book and magazine we could find, and after talking with every farmer who would answer our endless questions, we found that we liked the idea of sustainable farming and heritage animals. And so Copper Penny Farm began to take shape with heritage pigs, Katahdin sheep, Galloway-cross steer, plus a flock of ducks and chickens.

And now, in 2019, we are excited to announce that Copper Penny Farm has expanded! We have recently moved to a much larger and much more open piece of property in Adamstown, Maryland. Copper Penny Farm 2.0 will allow us to expand our pasture-based farming into new directions. We look forward to sharing our new adventure with you! read more...

Serenity Grove Farm

Serenity Grove Farm is a compact farm located between Mount Airy and New Market in Maryland. We offer a mixture of garden staples and fresh fruits.
At Serenity Grove Farm we are passionate about growing local produce that explores the quality and variety not available in traditional supermarkets.

In 2018 we acquired 4 acres to develop our compact farm. During 2019 we constructed 300 sq. ft. of high-density vegetable beds, planted over 50 berry bushes and started our orchard. In 2020, we intend to sell for the first time and plan to produce 50 different varieties of herb and vegetable in addition to our first crop of berries and fig going to market.

We are very dedicated to contributing to our community. We believe that food is central to community and that a secure local food supply can change lives. Food should be fresh, fun and affordable. We believe food is the heart of community so come join us and experience the spectacular quality of local produce. read more...

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