From Our Farm to Your Table

Pasture-raised food delivered to your neighborhood

We are a local family farm raising chickens, turkeys and pigs on pasture. They live stress-free foraging on grass, bugs and whatever else they can find. We also provide Non-GMO Certified Organic Feed.  We feel that the animals should have the freedom to move about to forage as they wish and breathe fresh air.   For more information see "About Our Farm".

 Thank you, Ron & Sherry

Featured Products

Sale Chicken Backs/Bones
Chicken Backs/Bones
4 - 5 per pack
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Sale Black Cod small portion fillet
Black Cod small portion fillet
(7-9 oz)
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Spring is upon us!!

The chickens are in the brooder and the first batch of turkeys arrive 3/29/22.

Let the early days begin. We don't mind waking up early and tending to the newly arrived birds, barn animals (donkey, goats and pet pig), pigs on pasture and the new piglets.

Turkey sign up begins June 11th

Delivering fresh turkeys is something we always enjoy doing. To help satisfy the small to the large Thanksgiving dinner, we will have three hatch dates to give our customers a wider selection of sizes. Order early, as the order number is the order of selecting your turkey the Saturday before Thanksgiving.

Weekday deliveries to Columbia are on Thursdays at 5:30 pm.

Pick up is at the farmers market parking lot.

Pre-Order for the Farmers Market, Mid-Week delivery, or Home Delivery. Here's How It Works

1 Sign Up

Create your free account & receive $5 credit on your first order. Choose the pickup location closest to you. Pay On-line or at Pick-up. This is will allow us to have your order ready and waiting for you! Convenience for you. :)

2 Shop

Browse through our ever growing selection of pasture-raised products. Add the products you like to your order.

3 Pick Up

We offer 3 order pick-up options. At our Booth at the Farmers Market. Curbside Pick-up at the Farmers Market. Midweek Thursday 5:30 pm at the Farmers Market. We look forward to seeing you!

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