Contact us at: Why Not Farm
Ray and Mary Nestorick
3108 Conestoga Rd (RT 401)
Glenmoore, PA 19343
610-458-5408 or 484-716-0893
PLEASE STOP IN AT OUR STORE ANY DAY - MONDAY THRU SUNDAY 8 a.m.- 8 p.m.!!!!
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We are proud to share that several local restaurants in our area, including Ludwigs Grille of Chester Springs, The Old Village Inn of Morgantown, The Railroad Bar and Grill of Linfield, and Lily's of Pottstown are wowing the public with our delicious ground beef burgers, grilled to perfection! Standing ovations to the Chefs! 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! Most recently, you can taste our beef cuts in tantalizing dishes, created by Chef David Backhus of Morgantown Coffee House and Chef Natasha Yruel, ofBrandywine Branch Bistro in Elverson! If you would like to nibble on some of our delicious Beef Sticks, and sample different flavors of locally brewed beer, just stop in at The Hidden River Brewing Company in Douglassville! You will enjoy dining at any of these fine, local restaurants that support the "Buy Local, Eat Local" mindset! You can purchase some of our grass-fed ground beef, 4 oz. patties and Franks at Kimberton Whole Foods, located in Kimberton and Collegeville, Pennsylvania, as well as atGrandma Zook'sand Pughtown Agway!
Why Not Farm offers the following:
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, Scottish Highland and Belted Galloway 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, Scottish Highland and Hereford Beef that can be purchased at our on-site Farm Store. You will find a variety of individual cuts of beef ranging from Filets, Delmonicos, Sirloins and New York Strips to Brisket, Roasts, Burgers, Patties and Franks, with the option of purchasing larger quantities that we call Beef 1/4s. You will also find delicious free-range chicken, pork, eggs, and other local products such as goat milk soap, Amazing Acres goat cheese, Conebella and Hillside Pastures cow cheese, local Swarmbustin' honey, Pennsylvania Maple Syrup, Seven Stars Farm Yogurt , Hartz Farm fresh, ground, organic peanut butter, Christina Maser's sustainably made jams, Raw Dog Food, Chew Choo Raw Dog Bones and Dehyrated Organ Treats for your dog!. 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 West Vincent's annual Community Day, Turkey Trot, and Elementary School's Silent Auction,The Mill at Anselma Farm Market, East Nantmeal Yard Sale and Picnic, 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, PASA's Grass-Fed Beef Cook Off, Chester County's Best Kept Secrets Tour, Chester County Love Local Events, Adopt a Pig created by a local family to support children dealing with cancer, and Ludwigs Corner Sustainability Fair which is held at West Vincent Elementary School. If you want to see something AMAZING- You must stop by West Vincent Elementary School and see the outside wall mural the students created under the directions of 2 local artists. We, here at Why Not Farm, are touched by their inclusion of images of our mascot, Friendly, the Texas Long Horn, and Gertie our Scottish Highland Cow.