Where fine food begins... Since 2001, David & Cindy Krepky have owned and operated Dog Mountain Farm which has served the Snoqualmie Valley community and Seattle area by providing farm-fresh vegetables, fruit, eggs, herbs, flowers, eggs, poultry meat, and pork. We use sustainable growing methods without the use of pesticides, herbicides, or commercial fertilizers. We strive to produce nutrient dense food that is superior in flavor and shelf life and provides a broad range of health benefits. Our livestock are humanely raised on pasture without antibiotics or hormones. Building a strong biological system in our soil is the focus of our agricultural management.
an agricultural act. . . . How we eat determines, to a considerable extent,
how the world is used.”
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Where to find us off the farm
Seattle Broadway Farmers Market
Mercer Island Farmers Market
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Food & Farming Resources
Local author, Jerry Mader, has published a beautiful book "Saving the Soil--The New American Farmer" about the farmers here in the Snoqualmie Valley. And he also has a blog you might enjoy!
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Happy New Year! Wow, 2013 flew by and we accomplished so many of our goals!
We have our WSDA-certified Grade A Raw Goat Milk dairy and can sell fluid milk direct to you at the farm and through our Whole Diet CSA. We are working with the cheese makers at Cherry Valley Dairy for a line of cheese, too! We now have both Kinder and Nubian goats and will be hand milking 30 does. They begin kidding in March!
Our WSDA-certified kitchen was completed and we hired a Farmstead Culinarian, Liz Kramps, to bring it to full production. Look for her baked goods, preserves, soups, and much more at the Farmers Markets, on the farm, and in our Whole Diet CSA. Liz will also be re-invigorating our Culinary Traditions classes and continuing our Sunday Locavore Lunches, and assisting chefs at our Saturday farm dinners. Join our mailing list for the latest updates!
With both of our children off to college with
no interest in farming (does that gene skip
With all this assistance, Cindy is again able to offer our popular Young Farmer's Day Camp for children ages 5-12 years. I am looking forward to having children on the farm again. Space is limited so sign up soon!
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We wish to thank all of our supporters who buy our products and participate in our farm events. You keep us going. We are looking forward to a fantastic year in 2014 and to seeing you on the farm!
To good health and happiness through good
Trixie, the herd queen