If you put Lady Luck Farm into GPS, the directions will take you to our back entrance, which will be locked. For event parking, please use our farm event parking address, LOY INGLE MTN DR LEICESTER NC 28748, or follow these directions from Asheville:

Directions to Lady Luck Farm from Asheville

55 Lanzi Ledge Rd. Leicester, NC 28748

• I-240 west from downtown, cross the river.

• Stay left onto US 19/74 W (Patton Avenue), continue for 1.1 miles.

• Turn Right on NC 63 (New Leicester Highway), continue for 11.1 miles.

. Turn Left on North Turkey Creek Road, continue for 1.4 miles.

• Stay Right at the fork onto Earlys Mountain Road, continue for 2.6 miles.

• Turn Left on Sugar Creek Road, directly across from the sign for the Jones Valley Baptist Church, which is on a Utility box on the right side of the road.

Continue on Sugar Creek Rd. for 1.6 miles.

*You'll see Lanzi Ledge Rd to the left. GO PAST IT!!  After 1/4mile There will be a gravel road on the left, which is Loy Ingle Mountain Road. If you end up at the cul- de-sac, you've gone too far. Enter the farm and park with the other cars on the grass, mindful not to drive into the farm beds. Thank you!

Welcome to our new venture


passion + integrity

We take care to honor our relationship to the land by never using anything harmful and by minimizing our tillage and disturbance of the soil. We rotate the fields in production and let them rest with cover crops and soil amendments.

The fields receive tons of chicken and cow manure, fish and seaweed emulsion, mulch, organic materials via cover crops, ritual and celebratory energy!

We grow all of our own seedlings. Our seeds are organic when possible and/or sourced from small, thoughtful companies such as Strictly Medicinals or Fedco. If not seeded directly, we use soil mix from local soil badasses, Dirtcraft Organics. We transplant using a biodegradable plastic made from corn.

We are also trying to transition many of our fields to a no-till system. We simply roll over the cover crop to tamp it down and after it starts to decompose we transplant the seedlings to their new home.

There is a lot of love that goes into our farm and all of our crops.