From large areas to roam to learning their favorite meals after pregnancy, we like to go above and beyond for our animals. We believe it not only honors their life, but also leads to healthier, richer meats.
From local events, to lending a hand, to investing in the local businesses, we believe in the importance of investing in our rural community.
We are grateful for the land we stand on and all it provides us and our community. As the current stewards of this land, we engage in a number of sustainable practices like crop-rotation, closed-loop agriculture, forest management, and much more.
We are a team of six, including our three sons and Duke, our Anatolian Shepherd. Our operation may be small, but we see it as an advantage, allowing us to put extra care into everything we do.
"After visiting the farm store and tasting the wonderful produce/products, I was thrilled to be able to order online. My order was filled quickly and shipped to the gift recipients."
TALK OF THE FARM
Farming is all about relationships at its core, relationships with soil, livestock, customers, mother nature. We were part of the Northern Michigan Small Farm Conference and really enjoyed the opportunity to dive deeper into our farrow to finish operation and meat chickens with those who were interested. It was a great experience, even if you are not planning or wanting to farm yourself, conferences and opportunities like that can be a great way to connect with local farmers and see the work that we do. We have always been firm believers that it is more important to know your farmer. Forget the certifications and buzz words. Come talk with us, learn how we do what we do. Eat from those farmers who are open and willing to share.