Cooper-Lasley Farm

Family Owned, Family Grown

About US
Cooper-Lasley Farm is a family run farm in Mebane, NC that specializes in growing organic seasonal produce, grass fed beef, goat, free range chicken, pasture pork, eggs, pecans, hay, and so much more! We began working the farm in 2009, after over 20 years of no livestock or farm activity after the dairy closed. In 2009 we brought over one single cow, Gus, which started our very slow, steady growth.

We are proud to say that we are completely hormone and antibiotic free, and free of all pesticides and herbicides for our animals and produce. You can purchase our produce and meat from the farm or you can come see us after 4pm at the Saxapahaw Farmers Market from May to August! We also sell our produce at the Saxapahaw General Store and the Hillsborough Weaver Street Market.

Our Products
Grass-fed beef, goat, free range chicken, eggs, pasture pork, pecans, all seasonal produce such as silverqueen corn, lettuce, kale, pac choy, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, onions, garlic, squash, zucchini, okra, watermelon, cantaloupe, tomatoes, peppers, pink eye purple hull peas, butterbeans, greenbeans, butterpeas, apples, potatoes, sweet potatoes, pumpkins, and cut flowers.

Cooper-Lasley Farm is located 7 miles off of I-40 on Mebane Oaks Rd. If you are coming from Hwy 54, we are only 2 miles from the intersection.

Hours of Operation
Please call or email ahead to make an appointment. We are usually running around so if you drop in we may not see you! We are usually always on the farm from 5pm-9pm during the weekdays and there all day Saturday and Sunday.

Here's where you can find our products
Come visit us at the farm during our hours, Saxapahaw Farmers Market May-August, Saxapahaw General Store and Weaver Street Market in Hillsborough.

Cooper-Lasley Farm
Allison & Daniel Cooper
Mebane Oaks Rd
Mebane, NC 27302
Phone: 336-707-2660

Special News

We are preparing for Fall! All Fall Vegetables are being planted this week!

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