WHAT DO YOU GROW?
We currently offer chicken eggs from our free-range chickens, produce, and also sell live animals (goats, ducks, and chickens).
DO YOU SELL MEAT?
We're working on it! We plan to offer meat direct to you in the near future. For now, we can sell you a live animal and help arrange the butcher for you.
Believe it or not, goat meat (also called chevon, cabrito, or capretto) is the most consumed red meat in the entire world. However, since we prefer beef as our primary source of red meat in the US, there is a huge void in the supply chain for goat. More than 50% of a goat meat consumed in the US is imported from Australia and New Zealand.
ARE THERE HEALTH BENEFITS TO EATING GOAT MEAT?
Absolutely! Chevon is significantly more healthy that cow meat. A typically serving contains around 33% less calories than beef and nearly 66% less fat!
DO GOATS REALLY EAT ANYTHING, INCLUDING TIN CANS?
No, not at all! Goats have a fairly sophisticated digestive system called a rumen. Its function is similar to cows. This rumen can be easily upset if they intake the wrong kind of food. When they are in their natural environment, they typically will avoid things that will throw off the delicate balance of their intricate digestive systems. Believe it or not, some goats can actually be rather picky about what they eat!
WHAT IS REGENERATIVE FARMING?
The simplest explanation is that it is a method of farming that tries to mimic nature as closely as possible. It typically removes the use of chemicals (especially chemical fertilizers) and other synthetics from the growing process while focusing on the health of the soil.
WHAT IS "SOIL HEALTH"?
Soil is much more than just a medium for plants to grow in. It is a vastly complex group of bacteria, fungi, and microorganisms that work together in a symbiotic relationship to provide plants with the nutrients that they need. A single gram of soil contains more living organisms than there are people on the earth!!!
DO YOU OFFER TOURS OF THE FARM?
We are currently still building up to this, but in the future we be offering tours for schools, homeschool groups, and anyone else that wants to put together a group to come visit! Feel free to contact us in the meantime if you have any questions!