Hatching Season begins March 5th! We will one again be offering chicks, ducklings, turkey poults, baby quail and peachicks. Check the Chicks for Sale page for more information.
Our Farm Stand is Closed for the Winter.
Thanks to each and every one of our customers. You made 2017 our best year yet! We look forward to another great season beginning Memorial Day weekend 2018. Sign up for our newsletter below or follow us on Facebook or Instagram to hear all about what is going on here at the farm in the meantime!
Pleasant Valley Farm is a family-run farm located 5 miles south of Tionesta, Pennsylvania. We have been producing quality local food for our neighbors since 1990. Our farm is located on 50 scenic acres and features buildings well over a century old. Dan and Emily Stevenson are second generation family farmers who pride themselves on continuing the tradition of running a diversified family farm. We offer humanely raised, grass fed meats as well as organically grown seasonal vegetables, fresh herbs, farm fresh eggs and home-canned jams sauces. We believe in producing food that is good for you and the environment too! Our animals are treated with care and have plenty of room to run, play and enjoy fresh air. Our fields and gardens are farmed using Belgian work horses, fertilized using sustainable, organic methods and without the use of chemicals. We strive to maintain the idea of a real working family farm and utilize heirloom plants and heritage breed livestock. Check out our Products We Offer page for more details on what we sell over the course of each year.
Emily is now blogging for a new venture from Mother Earth News, Homestead Hustle. Check it out for a glimpse of what the business side of running a homestead enterprise looks like!
We are now on Instagram! Find us @pleasantvalleyfarm for glimpses of what is going on throughout the year!
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Pleasant Valley Farm
Dan & Emily Stevenson
4792 Sage Road
Tionesta, PA 16353
Please note: DO NOT plug this address into your vehicle's GPS, Mapquest, etc. You will end up about 1.5 miles from the farm. Use State Route 3005 instead of 4792 Sage Road. The Google map below is accurate, but if you need further clarification, feel free to give us a call or email and we'll be happy to give you more specific directions. Just watch for the signs on Saturdays!
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