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Meet your Farmers

 Hi, We are Phil and Juany Noble together, we own and operate Sage Mountain Farm. We are an active part of the organic food revolution that is sweeping across our country.

    When we moved to Hemet, we quickly planted a vegetable garden and filled up some of the existing corrals with cows, pigs, goats and chickens.

    Starting with a small garden we ended up having some extra produce; not wanting to let anything go to waste we decided to sell some at the local farmer's market.  The people thanked us for coming and asked if we would be coming back next week, so we did and Sage Mountain Farm was born. 

    Because it's so easy for a conventional farm to contaminate an organic farm, we enjoy farming in the wilderness - far away from all conventional farms – and we practice and maintain organic, sustainable farming practices.

    All of our fruits and vegetables are grown on our family farm using sparkling clean natural well water and healthy organic processes. At our high desert property, we also use organic guidelines to raise steers, chickens and pigs.

    Motivated by their passion for bringing produce to the marketplace, and their love for the outdoors and farming, they planted fruit trees, fenced of the property and purchased some of the land adjacent to their original 5 acres.

    We now own multiple properties and have started Sage Mountain Beef, where we also offer green-fed beef and pork, for purchase or, as part of our beef CSA program.  Click here for information about Sage Mountain Beef.  

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