Farm Practices

In order to protect and heal the land, we believe every animal needs to be rotated on the pasture. If left in one place too long, the animals manure will burn up the grass and overwork the field. By keeping them in smaller paddocks and rotating them, we are able to spread the manure and limit the amount of ammonia exposed to the ground. This is also healthy for the animals. Chickens, goats, pigs, and turkeys all thrive off fresh grass and leaves. Chickens and turkeys love discovering new bugs and worms. By rotating the animals on our farm, our animals are happy, healthy, and can provide delicious food for our family and our customers.