Monthly Archives: August 2012



Wild Dog Farm is a small sustainable farm in southern Alamance county.  We grow garlic, blueberries, apples, pears, mulberries, persimmons, figs, blackberries, raspberries, pawpaws, plums, beans, microgreens, sprouts, shoots, tomatoes, melons, peppers, squash, sweet potatoes, cucumbers, spinach, lettuce, peas, pumpkins, turnips, and assorted greens.  We have three rescue pigs: Mr Pig, Little Pig, and Baby Pig.  They enthusiastically compost almost everything and produce copious amounts of fertilizer.   We also have Rooster Roo, the lone survivor of way too many visits from owls, hawks, coyotes, possums, weasels, raccoons, and who knows what else.

Wild Dog Farm is committed to sustainable, small-scale, conservation-based farming and no pesticides or chemicals are ever used on our feed, the fruits and vegetables, the bees, or the soil.  Come see us year round at the Chapel Hill Farmers Market every Saturday morning.  You can also contact us at wilddogfarm (at)