The Farm

What’s in your food?

The answer should always be nothing – its just food! You are what you eat, and also what your food eats. All of our meat/eggs are raised free of antibiotics, hormones and chemicals.

What’s the solution?

Raise your own food… Or find a local farmer and get them to do it for you.
When animals are raised the way Mother Nature intended, they are rich in vitamins A, E and D, high in Selenium, Omega-3’s and CLA’s (major cancer fighter and reduces the chance of heart disease).

Our Animals

100% Grass Fed Beef

We raise Speckle Park cows (well known for their amazing marbling finished on grass), FREE of antibiotics, hormones AND grain! They’re fed grass in the summer and fodder in the winter – A.K.A Hydroponic grass (with some hay for required fiber). They are cell grazed through spring, summer and fall for the health benefits of the herd and the pasture!

Pasture Raised Chickens

Our chickens are moved around every day to new pasture….Outside – because birds are not meant to live indoors! We raise chickens seasonally from June until October. Make sure you get your pre-order in here! They eat a blend of Certified Organic grain to supplement their own natural foraging for bugs and grubs. We don’t vaccinate, de-beak or clip wings – its completely unnecessary with this model.

Pasture Raised Berkshire Pork

Pigs were meant to roam freely, foraging, digging through soil, and basking in the sun. When pigs are raised in their natural environment, this pork becomes a super food! Our pigs are fed a blend of certified organic grain (no GMOs, no soy) to compliment their natural foraging diet.

Eggs from free ranging, pastured hens

Our hens range the farm. They cross the road whenever they feel like it! They forage and decide what’s best for them and the eggs they’re laying. You can taste and see the difference! They are also supplemented with a blend of certified organic grain (no soy, no GMOs, no chemicals). We have added fodder and meal worms to their diet which has increased the health of the hen and egg over the winter months.

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