Relationships are at the foundation of our philosophy for food production and business development. As farmers, we view ourselves primarily as relationship observers and managers. Read More
Free range to us means more than just having “access” to greenspace by wandering outside of a fixed location. According to industry regulations, that’s all that is required to call eggs “free range”. Our laying hens have a home that actually gets moved to fresh forage every day. They eat grass, clover, seeds, bugs and worms along with.... Read More
Cattle are designed to eat grass. Period. The widespread practice of feeding cattle a grain diet is common practice in a factory food production system and we are beginning to witness the human health and ecological toll it is taking.
More people are becoming aware of these facts, and as a result, are shifting their purchasing decisions toward grass fed beef. Read More
The foundation of our chemical-free food production system begins in the soil. Everything we grow is a direct result of soil biodiversity and strict attention to the health of the soil food web. Plants are provided the right nutrients, at the right time, in the right quantities by trillions of microbes living in symbiotic relationships around the root zones and .... Read More
With very rare exception, nearly all pork sold in stores is produced in a concentrated animal feeding operation (CAFO). The animals live their lives on concrete. They are exclusively fed a scientifically formulated grain ration to maximize growth as well as produce uniformity in taste and texture. These factory production systems neglect the basic behaviors of the pig.
Pigs are woodland dwellers by nature. Read More