Catbriar Farm is located less than an hour’s drive from Durham, Chapel Hill and Greensboro in scenic Caswell County. Graham and Sara were living in mid-town Atlanta in the spring of 1978 when they bought a tobacco farm of 103 acres. Forty years later the farm has grown to over 300 rolling acres including pastures, planted pines, ponds and the garden. They believe stewardship to the land begins with love and hard work.
Over the years they have raised chickens, sheep, goats and beef cattle. Graham bales hay for the cattle and to sell to neighbors. The garden has evolved from a family-sized plot for freezing and canning to a full-time endeavor for Graham and Sara’s retirement. In 2002 they began coming to Durham to sell asparagus. More vegetables have been added and Catbriar Farm now offers a wide variety of fresh, nutritious vegetables year round. You can also find many fresh and dried herbs for your special recipes.
In 2017 Graham and Sara received a Meat Handler’s License from the state of North Carolina to begin bringing vacuum sealed, frozen, USDA inspected beef to the market. The animals are born and raised on the farm and live their entire lives on free-range pasture. They are given grain and minerals to enhance the flavor of the meat. No growth hormones or antibiotics are used.
Graham and Sara are always interested in talking to customers about Catbriar Farm.