Chicken "tractors" out in the fresh pasture.
Looking for an easy way to get dinner on the table?(Bonus; you'll probably have leftovers. Join our newsletter for the scoop.)
Want to feel good about what you're serving your family?
Look no further than the pastured chicken.
These pampered birds get to spend their lives grazing in the pasture under the protection of our chicken "tractors"(hawks love our chickens too).
Moving daily, they eat whatever the fresh pasture has to offer, supplemented with organic feed.
These babies are local, beyond organic, and something you can be proud to serve your family and friends.
Our "coop-a-loop" out in the pasture. It gets moved every 3-4 days to fresh forage for the ladies.
Not going to lie, our eggs are AMAZING!
You won't find an easier way to whip up a quick, nutrient dense meal than with pasture-raised eggs.
The orange yolks are a sight to be seen, and the flavor is beyond anything you can find in a store. (Even those big "club" type places that you just can't help spending a minimum of $100 at, you know where I'm talking about ;)
Beyond the taste difference in store bought, conventional (and even organic) eggs, pasture-raised eggs can contain...
• 1/3 less cholesterol
• 1/4 less saturated fat
• 2/3 more vitamin A
• 2 times more omega-3 fatty acids
• 3 times more vitamin E
• 7 times more beta carotene
Be careful though, you just may get hooked! ;)
This is not your moms bottle of log cabin "syrup".
If you're sick of fake maple products that taste like a diabetic's worst nightmare, real maple syrup is what you're missing.
We are fortunate to have 10 acres of woods that provide plenty of maple trees for tapping. We only do a small batch, so get them while you can.
Our 100'x100' market garden is completely enclosed with the most ridiculous (but successful) fence, keeping the pesky deer out.
We just love our fresh veggies, and decided to make our garden big enough to share.
Our veggies are as fresh and crisp as you can get. (The real perk of buying local)
Vegetables that grow in dead soil will lack in nutrition.
We start our plants from organic seeds in our basement in the early spring. (Unless we get behind and need to buy a few organic starts. We're human too.)
We follow organic standards, even though we are not certified organic. (We prefer transparency over certifications. You can be our inspectors.)
We don't use harsh synthetic chemicals to control weeds or bugs, and we don't use synthetic fertilizers.
We do help our plants out by using compost for fertility, and the occasional spraying of vinegar on the pesky weeds. The majority of weed control is good ol' fashion pulling(our arm workout).
Looking for the most delicious, naturally raised turkey for your holiday celebration? Your search is over, we have the best birds around, but they are very limited.
These turkeys spend the majority of their life out on our lush pastures, roaming freely eating plants and bugs, along with organic feed.
Just like our pasture-raised chickens, these babies are local, beyond organic, and something you can be proud to serve your family and friends.