Rock House is a diverse farm that utilizes the land in a variety of ways. Rock House raises commercial and specialty crops, local grassfed beef and heritage hogs. The farm also actively manages for deer and quail populations through habitat management. It was named Rock House Farm based on a rock tenant house built on the farm in the 1920’s or 30’s.
Two varieties of heirloom corn give Rock House Farm grits and cornmeal an exceptional flavor. We mill the corn in our grist mill each day to make Hickory King grits and cornmeal and Bloody Butcher cornmeal.
Grassfed and grass-finished, the cattle are a heritage breed, Devon, crossed with Angus. Irrigation is used to grow high-quality forage on a year-round basis, which translates into tender, flavorful beef being produced throughout the year.
Rock House hogs are raised in an open environment that combines woods and pasture. Berkshire hogs produce a higher quality pork with a darker color and greater marbling for optimum tenderness, juiciness, and flavor.
Our creamery and dairy, located in Newborn, GA specializes in creamline milk, chocolate milk, buttermilk and a variety of fresh and aged cheeses. We also offer tours and field trips.