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Why Not Farm has been family owned and operated by three generations of the Nestorick Family since the 1950s.  We are located in Glenmoore, Pennsylvania,  just one half mile west of Route 100 on Route 401.  Our 19th century barn stands majestically alongside historic Conestoga Road.  Beyond the picturesque pond is the tranquil sight of Texas Long Horn and Scottish Highland cattle roaming peacefully across the rolling hills of Chester County.   

We believe in providing healthy, all natural food products to our friends and neighbors.  With this goal in mind,  we offer hormone/antibiotic-free, GRASS-FED Texas Long Horn and Scottish Highland Beef that can be purchased at our on-site Farm Store. You will also find delicious free-range chickens,  eggs,  and other local products such as goat milk soap, goat and cow cheese, local honey, Pennsylvania Maple Syrup and fresh ground organic peanut butter.   All of the products found in our store are raised in natural environments and are made with natural ingredients.

Why Not Farm is a family run and community supported farm.  We have participated in many local events, such as The Mill at Anselma Farm Market, West Vincent Community Day, West Vincent Turkey Trot,Henrietta Hankin Library Craft Fair,  French & Pickering Creek Conservation Trust's Homegrown Harvest, Maysie's Farm Fest, Eco Fest, St. Matthew's Craft Fair, Hay Creek Valley Festival,  West Vincent Elementary School's Annual Silent Auction, PASA's Grass-Fed Beef Cook Off, Chester County's Best Kept Secrets Tour, Ludwigs Corner Sustainability Fair, and Chester County Love Local Events.


We are proud to share that several local restaurants in our area, including The Old Village Inn of Morgantown, The Tasie's Cafe and Bakery of Bucktown, The Four Dogs Tavern and Marshalton Inn of West Chester,  The Railroad Bar and  Grill of Linfield,  and Beaver Creek Tavern of Downingtown , have been wowing the public with our delicious ground beef burgers, grilled to perfection! Standing ovations to the Chefs! Owner of Oppermans Organics CSA, Daryl Katz, will soon  dazzle his customers with roasted filet mignon and Why Not Bologna and Cheese sandwiches at Gardners Nursery in Lionville Chef Crystal of Emily's Restaurant, paired our Scottish Highland Filet with wines at a 4 Course Dinner at their fine establishment in Mohnton, PA!  Executive Chef, Michael Giampa, of the historic Paramour Wayne Hotel, featured our Scottish Highland Beef paired with Sixpoint Craft Ales of Brooklyn, NY, at the Farmer's & Brewer's  7 Course Dinner at this, in our opinion, "5 Star" Hotel and Restaurant! For the grand finale, owner and Chef, Jon Armann of Armani's BYOB in Downingtown tantalized his patrons pallets for the first time  with succulent cuts of Scottish Highland filet mignon, ribeye and loin steaks! You will enjoy dining  at any of these fine, local restaurants that support  the "Buy Local, Eat Local" mindset!
 
There are three store locations in the area that have some of our beef cuts available in their frozen meat sections.  
You can purchase our beef at Kimberton Whole Foods
, one located in Kimberton and the other in Downingtown, Pennsylvania. You will also find our beef at Ludwigs Market located at Ludwigs Corner, at the intersection of Route 100 and 401.      

Why Not Farm offers the following:
  • Healthy Connections Meetings, Friday nights at 7:00pm
  • Monthly Soap Making Classes, call for details
  • Plow Day with Antique Tractors plowing and Why Not Burgers Grilling, in April

Contact us at:      Why Not Farm 
                              Ray and Mary Nestorick 
                              3108 Conestoga Rd (RT 401)
                              Glenmoore, PA 19343
                               610-458-5408
  
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