Elmwood Stock Farm’s farmers are often called upon to speak about organic and sustainable farming, responsible food choices, and food and ag issues. A few media sources where you might have seen us featured or mentioned include:

Summer 2018

Family Practice Associates of Lexington interview with Mac Stone, April 29

Winter 2017

Hemp is on the Horizon. Will it Change the Game for Farm Country?Civil Eats

Farm-U-See versus Pharm-A-Cy,” M.D. Update

Fall 2017

Turkeys Matter,” Savoring Kentucky

Lee & Hayley Visit a Turkey Farm,” LEX 18 News

Modern Day Malnutrition,” Good Foods’ Blog

Farm in the Spotlight: Elmwood Stock Farm,” St. Matthews Farmers Market newsletter

Spring 2017

Organic farm’s tours explain how food gets to your dinner plate,” Lexington Herald-Leader

My Town: Jon Carloftis’ Lexington, Kentucky,” Garden & Gun

Growing Organic Veggies,” Tim Farmer’s Country Kitchen

Elmwood Stock Farm Provides Certified Organic fresh produce to Kentucky’s food insecure,” Farms to Food Banks Farmer Spotlight

Food Justice Radio interview with Mac Stone

The Local Life interview with Mac Stone

Louismill Farm Visit: Elmwood Stock Farm,” Louismille Anchorage Farmers Market

Community Supported Agriculture: New Models for Changing Markets,” USDA Agricultural Marketing Service publication

Winter 2016

From Elmwood Stock Farm: Local & Organic, All Year Long,” Madeira Farmers Market newsletter

Common Wealth,” M.D. Update

Local Farm Providing Healthy Options,” Georgetown News-Graphic (subscription required)

Fall 2016

Your Guide to Picking a Consciously Raised, Sustainable Turkey,” Organic Authority

Make ‘Kentucky Proud’ the Centerpiece of Your Holiday Season,” Surf KY

With Thanksgiving approaching, Elmwood Stock Farm talks turkey,” Lexington Herald-Leader

Summer 2016

FEAST at Organic Food Fest Saturday,” Courier-Journal 

Offering Employees a Share in a Local Farm Harvest Could Impact Healthcare Costs,” Lexington Herald-Leader 

All About Rhubarb,” Tim Farmer’s Country Kitchen

#OnMyFork farmer profile, American Farmland Trust

The Jean-Marie Ag Show interview with Mac Stone, July 11

4 Things You Didn’t Know About the Blue Ash,” Hobby Farms

Spring 2016

LexGo Eat” column, Lexington Herald-Leader

Chew Farm-to-Table Dinner Series video interview with Mac Stone

Hot Water Cornbread Radio interview with Ann Bell Stone

Edible Local Hero, Favorite Farmer: Mac Stone, Elmwood Stock Farm,” Edible Louisville & The Bluegrass

Is Local Food Better?Edible Ohio Valley

Winter 2015

Good Soil, Good Health, Good Business,” Savoring Kentucky

Organic Produce and Meats Equals Better Nutrition and Better Health,” M.D. Update

Fall 2015

Hot Water Cornbread Radio interview with Mac Stone

Could there be a Thanksgiving turkey shortage?Courier-Journal

Summer 2015

Knowing More Than Just Where Your Food Comes From!M.D. Update

Fall 2014

Heritage Turkeys,” Cook’s Illustrated

Food processor targeted for Louisville hub,” Courier-Journal

Mighty Fine Farm & Food podcast interview with Mac Stone

Summer 2014

New guiding hand for local food producers, buyers,” Lexington Herald-Leader

The Truth About Organic Farming,” M.D. Update

Winter 2014

Milk as Medicine?M.D. Update

Fall 2013

Farmers Market tour highlights Kentucky’s growing food economy,” Lexington Herald Leader

A growing number of Kentucky farms raise Thanksgiving turkeys,” Lexington Herald-Leader

Fall 2012

Lexington Farmers Market tops Kentucky list, ranks 8th in nation,” Lexington Herald-Leader

7 Crop Record-Keeping Charts,”

Winter 2012

The Road Leads Home,” Edible Louisville and The Bluegrass Region

Fall 2010

Heritage Turkeys,” Brave Tart

Summer 2010

kyGREENtv video feature of Elmwood Stock Farm


Photographers and Media

If you are a member of the media looking for a source to speak about organic food and farming, land conservation, local foods, humanely raised meats, or other issues related to responsibly sourced foods, we would like to hear from you.

If you are a professional photographer or a media agency working on a farm or food assignment and want to take photos or video with Elmwood Stock Farm as a backdrop, please contact us at least two weeks in advance. We will discuss your needs, your intention for the media you are collecting and our staff time that will be involved. There is a nominal fee for photographers and videographers wishing to use the farm as a backdrop so that we may cover our staff resources. This fee may be waived in exchange for our use of the media collected during your visit.