Happy Farm | Happy Food | Happy Family
Depending on the season and availability.
For your fridge: Colorful farm fresh eggs from happy free-range birds.
For your freezer: We offer non-GMO, happily loved, pasture raised and humanly harvested beef, chicken, quail, turkey, lamb and pork.
For hatching: We almost always have fertile eggs available from a variety of breeds or hybrids.
For your farm: Registered American Guinea Hogs, St. Croix Sheep and Jersey Giant Chickens.
Come visit our working farm!
For kids: Learn fun facts about our different farm residents and why we chose them.
For adults: Come learn with us as we harvest and process some of our livestock.
For everyone: Spend a day in the life of a farmer! Or just an hour or two while we show you what our daily farm chores look like.
We don’t have a clear vision on this topic yet but we’d love to know if you do. Can we help someone you know stock their fridge? Can the farm be a fun day trip for underprivileged kids? Or maybe even a summer work program for teens? We’re looking for opportunities to help.
With a smörgåsbord of cattle breeds; miniature Hereford/Charolais, Charolais mix, Beefmaster, Beefmaster/Angus and Holstein, we have a good variety of cattle for meat, cattle for dairy and cattle for cuteness.
We chose St. Croix Hair Sheep for their parasite resistance, maternal aptitude, flavorful (and lack of gaminess) meat and their sweet faces.
American Guinea Hog’s are one of the oldest heritage pig breeds. They are small, gentle, hardy, flavorful and hilarious.
Our most abundant animal type on the farm, we have layer chickens, meat chickens, turkeys, guineas and quail. We have three different active programs when it comes to the birds: bold colored egg layers, large heritage Jersey Giant meat birds and heritage Bourbon Red Turkeys. We maintain our flocks with two simple standards: first, we choose the highest quality breeds and birds and second, we choose for the best temperament.
There is one word for why we keep horses on the farm: Canon. Our son was practically born with boots and a cowboy hat. At seven years old he raised $500 all by himself for his horse Star and continues to research, ride and love all things horse related.
FarmHer Brandi has been an exotic animal researcher and lover from a very young age so we typically have some strange, not-so-farm animal on hand most of the time. Prairie Dog P.D. “Petey” is a family favorite and our rescued, rehabilitated and “released” gray squirrel Goey is regularly sighted on the farm (usually sitting on Farmer Brian’s shoulders while he’s doing daily tasks).