Food has been manipulated over the years. There is confusion surrounding labels with lots of smoke and mirrors. We have returned back to the natural ways of agriculture. Raised on pasture. No antibiotics. No growth hormones. Beef is grass-fed + grass-finished. Chickens and pigs have not been fed corn, soy, or GMOs.
We desire to have a healthy and transparent relationship between consumer and farmer. You deserve to know where your food comes from and exactly how it is raised. A closed food system is a secure food system that gives you peace of mind.
What started in 2006 as a desire to feed our family the highest quality of food possible, grew into wanting to provide the same high quality for other families. There is no middle man. We are not “meat brokers”. We raise every animal that we harvest and sell from our farm.
Every egg should taste this good.
Our Perfect Pastured Eggs are the most flavorful, bright orange yolk you will ever find. Our birds are truly free range, pastured, outside in the fresh air all day, everyday. They are free to be chickens, doing what chickens do best; roaming freely, foraging for grass and bugs, and fertilizing the pastures.Order eggs here
Fall is finally here. Well, kinda. Apparently it’s going to jump back up to 95 the next two days and then finally submit to the fact that Summer should have been over weeks ago.
The changing of seasons. Literally, that’s what it is. For most, when we say “man, this is a crazy season I’m in”, it’s more symbolism. We live in such a controlled environment that we are almost void of the predictable seasons that will come our way. There’s always four of them. I know if you’re in Texas, you’re calling BS on me. We kinda have just 2. Summer, Summer, kinda cooler weather, and Summer. That’s just a joke but really kinda true.Read More
The American food system has progressively moved to a system full of disconnects. Not just from one part of the equation, honestly, it’s all parts. This post is not about seeking a debate. If anyone knows me, you know that I’m not doing what we do because I’m an Ag-tivist. Reality is, if we are arguing about the quality of food, this shows our hand to truly the first world problems that we face when people around the world are starving for food. They aren’t picky, they just need food.Read More