Visit Ovis Hill at one of our locations today!

Try our pasture raised meats and dairy products. Enjoy fresh baked breads, whole grains, free range eggs and more.

New Location! Visit Us On Saturdays from 10AM-1PM
in Downtown Florence at 369 West Cheves Street

(The City Center Parking Lot between McQueen and Coit Streets)


 

Market Locations

Florence, Darlington, Hartsville and Myrtle Beach

Click Here For Locations and Times Information!

This week’s Market Bulletins:
Myrtle Beach
Florence


 

Educational Tours and Programs

Let us help you have a great school year! Plan a trip to Ovis Hill Farm.

We provide field trip opportunities that are educational and fun, with lots of hands on learning activities.

Please check out our field trip information page here.


Come Celebrate Fall at Ovis Hill!

fall_leavesOvis Hill Farm Festival

Saturday, October 24, 2015
10am – 5pm

Click Here For More Info!


Join us for Home School Day!

Spring 2016. Date TBA


 

Want to Help Us?

We are looking for volunteers for our farm programs, markets, educational tours and other special events. If you want to get involved, Contact Us!

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HOMESCHOOL DAY 2016

May 26, 2016, 9:00am - May 26, 2016, 1:00pm

Ovis Hill Farm is a family farm located in Darlington County, SC. In addition to growing certified organic vegetables, conducting regular farmers markets, and educational programs for school groups, our farm is home to pasture raised and grass fed sheep, a few cows, and pasture raised free range chickens and eggs. Our tours and hands on educational programs focus on the agricultural basics of food and fiber production. We attract many school groups throughout the year, but we are always excited to offer a special day of tours for our homeschooling families and other small groups. Using a series of teaching stations our hands on tours focus on the basics of food and fiber production. Students will have an opportunity to feed baby animals, make butter, make a bracelet using yarn spun from our sheep’s wool, visit our “pizza” garden, and take a wagon ride. The wagon ride visits the animals on pasture and stops for a sheep-herding demonstration with the farm’s Border collie, Sam. We are sure that our tours will be educational and fun for the whole family. When: Thursday, May 26, 2016 Time: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm Cost: $7.50 per student/child and $6.00 per adult to be paid at the farm the day of your trip. We accept cash, debit or credit cards. Optional Activities: Gourd painting: Students can get their creativity flowing while painting their own birdhouse gourd that was grown on our farm. These gourds are perfect for hanging in the backyard and observing the wildlife that may choose the gourd as their home. ($5/person per gourd) Please pre-register to participate in the tour and for optional activities, which will be conducted at the end of the tour. We have a covered picnic shelter if you desire to bring a picnic lunch. However, we will not have any other lunch food to sell. Please feel free to visit our farm store where you can find local meats, dairy products, bakery goods, and fresh vegetables. To register contact: Crystal Watford - Ovishillfarm@aol.com Charlie Caldwell – charlie@ovishillfarm.com You can visit our web site at ovishillfarm.com for directions to the farm.

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Oh the delights to be had at market today! Y'all better come and shop or all these gorgeous veggies (especially those cute little yellow patty pan squash) are going home with me! ... See MoreSee Less

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We are happy to announce that we will be transitioning to non GMO feed for our chickens! The first feed delivery just arrived at the farm. You have been asking. We have been listening.

Please spread the word by sharing this with your friends and family. Thank you!
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