Our Farm

woodieThere are still people of a certain age who can remember the paneled station wagon delivering eggs and poultry in this part of the Blackstone Valley. It is a vision of a time gone-by: when business was done on a hand shake; all food was local; and everyone benefitted because farming was clean, sustainable, and humane. But that time is not gone.

In an area recognized for it’s rich industrial and agricultural history, Jo-Erl Farm remains one of the few family farms still in business, now providing clean, sustainable, and humanely grown beef, poultry and eggs. Come join our CSA and learn what five generations of Parkers have known: the taste of home.

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Ed
Our fifth-generation farmer Ed Parker with one of his herefords.
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