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Stokes Family Farm

Stokes' Family Farm

Welcome to Lawrenceville, GA, to one of the last working family farms in Gwinnett County. We serve customers from as far away as Atlanta and Athens, but really hope the folks here in the Lawrenceville-Dacula area will shop with us regularly. Contact us for our next availability and current pricing.


Let me know if you would like to be placed on a regular egg rotation. Once egg production slows to normal, only folks on the rotation calendar get eggs regularly.

Our BLOG...

We're blogging! Anthony will add future recipes to the new blog, blog.StokesFamilyFarm.com!. Please visit and leave your comments on our meat, ask questions, make suggestions. We will respond to general questions online.   You should also visit our Recipes page for more delicious ways to cook our beef, pork and vegetables.

What We Offer

  • Grass-fed and -finished beef: hormone-free;
  • Green & brown eggs from wild-foraging hens;
  • Pastured pork.

How to Buy

If you would like to be notified when we have products available and what the current pricing is, sign up here.

All meats are available for pickup on the scheduled dates at the slaughter house. An approximated 50% deposit (cash or check) will reserve your order with the balance and slaughter fee due at pickup. Nest eggs can be purchased on the farm by appointment.  

Why Buy?

There are many reasons to buy local food. It pays the farmer a living wage. It can decrease your carbon footprint. It preserves green space. But for me, it's how my grandfather lived.

Grandpa grew up in the hills of northwest Georgia, and knew produce had to be local and in-season to have the "flavor of the stone." I think he was hitting on the French concept of terroir, or "sense of place." The French, like my grandfather, believe foods from particular places and seasons have their own unique flavors.

Grandfather insisted that watermelons had to come from Sand Mountain, that peaches had to come from Georgia, and sweet potatoes had to come from your own back yard. Otherwise, they weren't fit to eat. Grandpa would have loved to buy food like we grow here at Stokes Family Farm.

Anthony Stokes, 678-863-9612

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Anthony Stokes, 678-863-9612


May 12: Pork Pickup (10AM to noon)

May 19: Makin' Bacon Class Postponed until June

May 26: Beef Pickup

May 26: Baby Bunny Pickup (1PM to 3PM) White and Siamese pointed bunnies available

June 2: Canning Practicum (10AM to 3PM) Registration and $15 pre-payment required

June 9: Pork Pickup

June 23: Beef Pickup

June 30: Makin' Bacon Class. (5PM to 7PM) Registration and $20 pre-payment required. (Payment is refundable with $80 purchase)

Georgia Organics
Local Harvest
Permaculture Institute
Recipes page
Snellville Farmer's Market
Southern Foodways Alliance
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