How to Buy

How to Buy

Interested in purchasing our products? You may always order online for on-farm pickup, shipping, or local delivery to your door.  And starting in August 2019, you may stop by our farm store (see more below)! You can find us at the farmer’s market on Saturday mornings with our full product selection of pasture-raised eggs, chicken, pork, beef, goat, lamb, rabbit, duck, turkey, bison, and more – see the calendar below for the schedule for Pepper Place and Lee Branch.  Several Birmingham-area restaurants also carry our pasture-raised meats and eggs. If you dine with those folks, please let them know you appreciate them using local, pasture-raised products from Marble Creek Farmstead!

Farm store hours Mon - Fri 8 - 5

The sign on the front door of our processing plant!

Photo of our front door

Photo of the plant’s front door

In the Sylacauga area and want to stop by to pick up your pasture-raised meats? On the way to the lake but need some pastured bone broth, steaks, pork chops, or eggs? Then please visit our processing plant Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.! We have had so many requests for a farm store that we decided to open up to folks shopping locally. You may check out our menu there, just like at the farmer’s market, then we’ll pick your order from our freezer for you to take home! We look forward to serving you!


Our booth at The Market at Pepper Place in Birmingham on Saturday mornings – on 2nd Ave S between 28th & 29th St S – pictured here is market worker Greta, little Luke, and Matthew

We have an online store.  Please click here to view our online store to buy our products or Farm Memberships (CSA shares) online:

Call Matthew with any questions at 205-936-6120, or email to reach us any time!

Marble Creek Farmstead’s
2019 Farmers Market Schedule (as of 8/4/2019)  

Every Saturday | April 13 – December 14 | 7 a.m. – 12 p.m.

The Market at Pepper Place

Address: 2829 2nd Ave South | Birmingham, Alabama 35223



14 thoughts on “How to Buy

    • Brandon, we have limited availability since we only process maybe 1 cow a month. You can ask Matthew at Pepper Place when he’ll have more liver. We won’t have any til Spring because we don’t currently process cattle during the winter (when they’re eating hay instead of fresh grass).

  1. Will you be at Pepper Place winter market also? If so, do you always have chicken feet at Pepper Place or did I just get lucky in the summer?

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