Let’s meat up!
Purchase Directly from Us & Meet Your Farmers
May-October @ Simpsonville Farmers Market
November-April @ Farm Days
About Farm Days
When? First Saturday of the month from 9 am-12 pm in off-season months.
(Park pick-up other weekends.)
Who? Everyone is invited! Bring the neighbors, bring the grandkids, bring your grandma- come on!
Where? 2302 Friendship Church Road, Gray Court, SC 29645
Please check the Farmers Market Facebook page for exact dates of the market. Farm days occur on the first Saturday of the month during any month when the Farmer’s Market is not operating.
Contact us for more information at: [email protected]
Bethel Trails is a family owned and operated sustainable farm in the Upstate of South Carolina. We specialize in pastured meat and poultry. Our farm is nestled in Gray Court, SC which is roughly 30-miles south of Greenville and 75-miles north of Columbia.
The Ellis family is proud that all of our animals are raised and finished on pasture without the use of hormones or antibiotics. Our ducks, chickens, and turkeys are free range on pasture. Our cows, pigs, and lambs are also in their natural environment.
As a member of Carolina Farm Stewardship Association, we support the concept of local, sustainable farming which is beneficial for the economy as well as the environment.
Bethel Trails is proud to sell our pastured meat and poultry to local and regional restaurants. We also sell directly to the public. Although available year round, during the summer you can find our products at the Simpsonville Farmers Market. Our pastured meat & poultry products include pork, lamb, beef, chicken, duck, and turkey (Thanksgiving only!).
During the winter, we host monthly farm days. During this time we invite the public to come see how our pastured meat and poultry products are raised. We want you to come see for yourself that our animals live in a comfortable and sustainable environment. We are always happy to answer customer questions. Learning more about where your pastured meat and poultry products are raised is good for you, the environment, and the economy.