Farm News

We’re Under Fire

Good afternoon,In the midst of yet another winter storm, we have good news and bad news to share with you. Listen up, this letter concerns all of you and your/our future as lovers of food freedom. In this open letter to all of you I will first share the bad news, explain the position we now find ourselves in, rant… Read More

A Fragile System Exposed

2020 Spring Newsletter A trip to the local grocery store or supermarket in the past days and weeks turns up many empty shelves—a sight that most Americans have not seen before.  This is just one of a myriad of ramifications of the coronavirus outbreak. Without a doubt, this will affect us for months to come.  But this may be positive… Read More

In Everything Give Thanks

We’re gearing up for what is probably our busiest few days of the year, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of the week of Thanksgiving, Monday morning we start processing turkeys, and from then until Wednesday evening it’s go, go, go—dressing and packing turkeys, chatting with customers, ensuring all the dairy, pumpkin pies, eggs, etc. are here that they need to round… Read More

cow in pasture

Our Guiding Principles

It’s been a busy summer on the farm and we have lots of projects in the works, foremost which is a freezer, cooler, and retail store expansion/renovation. we’re almost through with the project and still hope to have an open house of sorts as soon as it’s completed. Because of your support we are able to impact more consumers locally… Read More

Aromatically and Aesthetically Pleasing

Time is in short supply so I’ll need to keep this post short because the weather is beautiful and the To Do list is long. But in my opinion it’s the best time of year to be living and working on a farm, especially on a grass farm such as ours where the grass is green and actively growing, baby… Read More